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10 Most Innovative Tech Designs In History

By SiliconIndia  |   Tuesday, 19 February 2013, 13:27 Hrs   |    4 Comments
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# 8 Blackberrys



A perfect belend of functionality and design
Blackberry devices may be outdated today but when they were first introduced, they were a perfect mixture of functionality and design. The first keyboard equipped Blackberrys helped users type emails at an easy go. They also added to a formal look and feel, making it modernized, corporate and friendly in design.



# 7 The Nest Learning Themostat



Made saving energy
The Nest Learning Thermostat was created by Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers – ex employees of Apple. The Thermostat is a tiny internet-connected computer housed in a sleek minimalist design that learns your heating and cooling preferences and automatically adjusts itself to save most of the energy. When everyone is away from the house, the thermostat goes into an energy sipping ‘Away’ mode. This product was suitable for those who looked at making an energy efficient living at home.



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Reader's comments(4)
1: Jawbone Jambox at #1? This list is terrible.
Posted by:John - 22 Mar, 2013
2: Let me pose a questions, Can the gadgets/machines that we design and create reach the level of sophistication/technological refinement that of the natural world?
Posted by:Mr X - 20 Feb, 2013
3:
Of course it can/ it will. Because tech has no limits. It had even created a highly sophisticated replica of human brain which was able to think( check this news: Google Does Unthinkable- Created Artificial Brain with Billion Connections)
Mat Replied to: Mr X - 20 Feb, 2013
4: Yes. They are wonderful gadgets.
Dr.A.Jagadeesh Nellore(AP),India
Posted by:Anumakonda - 20 Feb, 2013