495 Results for

TrekDesk

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PowerUps Series II (Maple)

The $899 PowerUp Series II desk from UpDesk converts from standing to sitting position at your command.

Mar. 14, 2014

MSRP: $899.00

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Stir Kinetic Desk

The Stir Kinetic Desk doesn't come cheap but this $3,890 motorized work surface converts on its own between standing and sitting positions. It also has the smarts to suggest when you should sit and take a break or get back on your feet.

Nov. 22, 2013

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PhotoDesk puts Instagram on your Mac

Sleek yet fully functional, PhotoDesk lets you interact with Instagram when you are off your phone and on your Mac.

By Jul. 1, 2014

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Samsung partners with Trek to enhance cyclists' rides

Testing its Galaxy S5, Gear portfolio, and Galaxy Note on some of the world's most elite cyclists, the tech company looks to see if it can bring helpful features to the everyday biker.

By Jul. 2, 2014

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Americans think 'Star Trek' is the future, not 'Star Wars'

A survey shows Americans have little idea what the Internet of Things is, but that the story that most aligns with their view of the future stars James T. Kirk.

By Jun. 12, 2014

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Stir desk uses Fitbit to give you credit for standing

Smart furniture startup Stir folds Fitbit activity tracking into its Kinetic standing desk.

By Jun. 5, 2014

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Hide your high-end PC in your desk with this cool case

Instead of finding space to put a PC under your desk, why not make the table your PC?

By Jun. 5, 2014

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Web series 'Star Trek: Phase II' gets new home, new Kirk

Crave's Michael Franco talks with Assistant Director Dennis Hotston about the new digs and the new actor, called by some fans "a better Captain Kirk than Captain Kirk."

By Jun. 7, 2014

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Scanadu Scout

The $150 Scanadu Scout is the closest thing to a real-life "Star Trek" medical tricorder.

Jan. 10, 2013

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'Star Trek' style teleportation might be possible, says physicist

Scientists achieve reliable quantum teleportation for the first time with tiny bits of data. Will you be sent next?

By May. 30, 2014