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Category: Computing

R2-Q5 Virtual Keyboard: The Empire Strikes Backspace

R2-Q5 Virtual Keyboard: The Empire Strikes Backspace
Assuming the mantle of the Sith, Japanese toy maker imp. recently unveiled an R2-Q5 version of its R2-D2 virtual keyboard. Except for its colors and its limited run of 500 units, it works exactly the same…

Raspberry Pi Inside Mechanical Keyboard: RaspCherry

Raspberry Pi Inside Mechanical Keyboard: RaspCherry
Redditor Lauri Hakkarainen aka b10nik wanted to have an excuse to buy a mechanical keyboard, so he thought of turning it into a computer by installing a Raspberry Pi 2 inside. Even though his Project Kiiboard…
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InfiniteUSB Cable Has a Built-in USB Port: Cable Centipede

InfiniteUSB Cable Has a Built-in USB Port: Cable Centipede
Here’s an accessory that Apple’s New MacBook sorely needs. The InfiniteUSB is a USB cable that has a USB port at the back. In other words, it replaces the port that it takes up. Get multiple…

X-Key Programmable USB Keyboards: Keys Open Doors

X-Key Programmable USB Keyboards: Keys Open Doors
Soon after I featured the Trickey modular mini keyboard, commenter FrogmanTM pointed me to X-Keys. Made by Michigan-based P.I. Engineering, X-keys are also programmable keyboards. While they’re not modular like Trickey, they appear to provide more…

Trickey Mini Keyboard Has Swappable Keys: Any Key, Anywhere

Trickey Mini Keyboard Has Swappable Keys: Any Key, Anywhere
Japanese shop BreadBoardManiac has come up with a more affordable alternative to Art Lebedev’s Mini Six programmable keyboard. It’s called the Trickey, a swappable and modular keyboard. You’ll have to print or draw the keys’ legends…

Ryo Reversible USB Adapter: Switch Fighter

Ryo Reversible USB Adapter: Switch Fighter
When USB Type-C gadgets and ports become commonplace, sticking a USB connector wrong side up will become a thing of the past. Personally I don’t mind. It’s one of those things that remind you that you’re…

Apple Announces New 2015 MacBook

Apple Announces New 2015 MacBook
Apple today unleashed its new 2015 MacBook. The tiny, thin notebook weighs just 2.0 pounds, and is just 13.1mm thick at its thickest point – 24% thinner than the MacBook Air. Its enclosure is built entirely…

Review: Dell XPS 13 (QHD+ 2015 Model)

Review: Dell XPS 13 (QHD+ 2015 Model)
The latest generation Dell XPS 13 is an amazing specimen of modern technology, packing a highly-capable PC into a lightweight laptop with an amazing screen, and exceptional build materials. The most obvious breakthrough in the XPS…

Super Hexagon Bot: Bot Plays Twitch

Super Hexagon Bot: Bot Plays Twitch
I spent less than a minute on Terry Cavanagh’s Super Hexagon before acknowledging defeat. Now I can take my revenge, albeit vicariously. Georgia Tech ECE postgrad student Valentin Trimaille made a program that can beat the…

Mad Catz S.U.R.F.R Android Gamepad & Keyboard: Full Stop on the Naming Scheme Guys

Mad Catz S.U.R.F.R Android Gamepad & Keyboard: Full Stop on the Naming Scheme Guys
Now that Android is in everything from smartphones to cars, its users can enjoy their games and other apps in more places than ever before. But if Mad Catz is to be believed, you’ll only need…

Cuberox Six-screened Computer: Tycho Cubic Anomaly

Cuberox Six-screened Computer: Tycho Cubic Anomaly
Have you ever encountered a situation that made you wish you had six screens stuck together in a cube? Yeah? You live a strange life. But what’s even stranger is that there’s now such a device.…

Gaming Anti-cheat Device Inspects Mouse Input & Game Output: Game:ref

Gaming Anti-cheat Device Inspects Mouse Input & Game Output: Game:ref
Software engineer David Titarenco is working on Game:ref, a small device that identifies mouse-based gaming cheats – such as auto-clicking or aimbots – used in FPS, MOBA, RTS and other competitive games. If it works as…

Win a Retina Macbook Pro!

Win a Retina Macbook Pro!
Aside from the great deals over on the new Technabob Shop, we’re going to be doing some awesome giveaways, and this one is a doozie. If you’re the lucky winner, you could be walking home with…

Voltera V1 Circuit Board Printer: Print-A-Sketch

Voltera V1 Circuit Board Printer: Print-A-Sketch
The latest in the growing niche of circuit board printers, the Voltera V1 can print up to two layers of conductive tracks, apply solder and reflow the board when SMDs are added. The printer has three…

Dasung 13.3″ E-ink Monitor: Everything Reader

Dasung 13.3″ E-ink Monitor: Everything Reader
Last year we saw a couple of 13.3″ E-ink readers. Chinese company Dasung Tech used E Ink’s similarly-sized Fina electronic paper display (EPD) module to create a 1600×1200 USB monitor. It’s meant to be a secondary…

Idiots Are Still Making “123456” and “Password” the Most Popular Passwords

Idiots Are Still Making “123456” and “Password” the Most Popular Passwords
What’s the first thing any article about web safety or well-meaning but overbearing authority figure tells you? It’s usually that you shouldn’t use “123456” or “password” as your password. That said, the most popular passwords are …
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