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Scandinavians are renowned for their savvy with design, so Unit Portables, a bag line from Stockholm certainly sounds promising. Unit Portables does not disappoint, their objective, loosely defined, is that as our necessary technological clutter grows (computers, phones, cameras, iPods, iPads…), they provide bags with a place for everything, so you can carry them in a safe and convenient manner. The bags are structured as a system of numbered bags and pouches that arranges gadgets in a “smart” way while protecting them at the same time. See the video above to see for yourself. The bags will be available to purchase later this month, in the meantime you can check out their site.

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It seems Fujitsu’s got a thing for morphing PCs. Way back in 2006, we saw this mysterious tri-fold concept, which was rumored to be making the rounds inside Fujitsu R&D, and now the outfit's short-listed this déjà-vu-inducing transformer for its 2011 “Life with Future Computing Award.” The Flexbook, designed by Hao-Chun Huang, features a foldable 21:9 touchscreen and similarly flexible keyboard that allow its users to switch from laptop to tablet to book-like e-reader. It's also been designed to sport a number of interchangeable sleeves in a Benetton-esque array of colors and patterns. It might have seemed impractical five years ago, but with convertibles coming of age, we’d say the Flexbook isn’t really all that far out.

Gallery: Flexbook Concept

Flexbook concept serves up candy-coated convertible originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 12 May 2011 18:16:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Ketevane Maissaia, the design laureate of the IFM (French Institute of Fashion), presents a new pair of sunglasses conceived in partnership with the Thierry Lasry brand. Inspired by Soviet architecture, and more particularly by the museum of archaeology of Tbilisi, the shades take on quite the interesting shape, pairing a classic frame with edgy, contemporary arms. Several colors were created, including the black ones seen here. These are now available through select stockists around the globe, including THINK SILLY in Hong Kong.

THINK SILLY STORE
Unit 8, G/F
Block B, 18 Ka Yip St.
Chai Wan
Hong Kong

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Finnish developer Rovio Mobile marked yet another victory in its ongoing plan to bring the incredibly popular Angry Birds to every possible electronic device that human beings use, announcing during Google’s I/O 2011 Conference that Angry Birds is available as an in-browser application. Like … right now!

Like the Android version, it’s free-to-play and microtransaction-supported, but unlike the Android version, a handful of web-exclusive features have been added. Notably, “Chrome bombs” and some “exclusive Chrome levels” are both new additions — unsurprisingly, the pay-per-use “Mighty Eagle” will return. And yes, you can play the game in browsers other than Chrome (and in operating systems other than Chrome OS).

JoystiqAngry Birds launch assault on internet browsers, Chrome OS originally appeared on Joystiq on Wed, 11 May 2011 20:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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