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Category: Computing

Classic iMac Ceiling Lamps: Blink Different

Classic iMac Ceiling Lamps: Blink Different
While the G4 model of the iMac more than resembled a desk lamp, the original G3 iMacs just looked like cool and colorful all-in-one computers. So if anyone were to convert an iMac into a lamp,…
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Google Glass SXSW Demo: Seeing Eye to Screen

Google Glass SXSW Demo: Seeing Eye to Screen
Perhaps not wanting to leave a bad impression on the 2013 SXSW attendees, Google also previewed the much hyped Glass wearable computer at the festival. Videos of the talk given by Google Senior Developer Advocate Timothy…
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Sonnet Echo 15 Thunderbolt Dock: Poetry in Practicality

Sonnet Echo 15 Thunderbolt Dock: Poetry in Practicality
So you bought a new Mac or Ultrabook in the last couple of years, but you’ve yet to plug anything into its Thunderbolt port. A company called Sonnet shows you what that little hole can do…
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Iron Man 3 Flash Drives Power Up

Iron Man 3 Flash Drives Power Up
Comic book geeks are perhaps the single greatest consumer of themed flash drives. If you’re a fan of Iron Man and are looking forward to the third movie in the franchise hitting theaters this summer, it…
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Jar Jar Flash Drive: Meesa Loosa Yousa Data

Jar Jar Flash Drive: Meesa Loosa Yousa Data
Do you really want a Jar Jar Binks USB flash drive? There are so many better characters you could choose from. Well, at least this storage device can’t possibly be as inept and useless as the…
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3DMark Android Version Released: Mobile Benchmarking with Sizzle

3DMark Android Version Released: Mobile Benchmarking with Sizzle
Computer geeks have been using various flavors of 3DMark to benchmark their computers for years. The cool thing about their benchmark suite is that it has visually impressive tests that challenge both the GPU and CPU…
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Roadrunner Supercomputer Gets Decommissioned

Roadrunner Supercomputer Gets Decommissioned
Supercomputers are incredible pieces of technology with thousands of processors, terabytes of memory, and often hundreds of terabytes of storage as well. Back in 2008, the fastest supercomputer in the world was installed at Los Alamos…
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Android-powered MiiPC Puts Parents in Control of Kids’ Computing

Android-powered MiiPC Puts Parents in Control of Kids’ Computing
A low-cost, Android-powered mini-computer has turned up on Kickstarter looking for funding. The machine is called the MiiPC and is designed specifically to help parents keep an eye on exactly what their kids are seeing online…
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Digital Storm Hailstorm II Gaming PC: The Power to Crush Your Virtual Enemies

Digital Storm Hailstorm II Gaming PC: The Power to Crush Your Virtual Enemies
There’ve been some very cool PC games of launched over the last several months. One of the games that is the most demanding of computer hardware is the recently released Crysis 3. If you want to…
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ThinkGeek Squirming Tentacle Can’t Even Hold onto Your Data

ThinkGeek Squirming Tentacle Can’t Even Hold onto Your Data
Over the years, we’ve seen some really bizarre USB gadgets turn up. We’ve seen plenty of lights, flash drives, and all manner of other devices. We’ve even had little USB powered dogs designed to hump away…
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RFduino Coin-Sized Arduino Microcontroller with Bluetooth 4.0: Small Size, Long Reach

RFduino Coin-Sized Arduino Microcontroller with Bluetooth 4.0: Small Size, Long Reach
Arduino microcontrollers are beloved by students and hobbyists because they’re affordable, small and versatile. Those are the same exact traits that the RFduino microcontroller possesses. In addition, it has one thing that other Arduino boards don’t…
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French Macaron Flash Drives Look Good Enough to Eat, But Don’t Try.

French Macaron Flash Drives Look Good Enough to Eat, But Don’t Try.
If you’re ever in Las Vegas, New York, Beverly Hills, or Yountville, California you must stop by Bouchon Bakery and buy a batch of their French Macarons. They’re the tastiest damned thing you’ll ever eat. So…
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Dell XPS 18 is a Desktop and a Tablet in One

Dell XPS 18 is a Desktop and a Tablet in One
The desktop computer market is pretty much stagnant as more and more consumers move to notebooks, tablets, and smartphones as their primary devices. One of the bright spots in the desktop computer market continues to be…
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Steelcase Gesture Chair Improves Your Gadget-Using Posture

Steelcase Gesture Chair Improves Your Gadget-Using Posture
From time to time, I’ve had a comfortable office chair. Though when you move, change jobs, etc., chairs seem to get a lower priority than more essential things. That being said, there’s something good about having…
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Raspberry P First Anniversary Limited Edition: Blue Raspberry

Raspberry P First Anniversary Limited Edition: Blue Raspberry
The Raspberry Pi is a small computer on a developer board that can be used for all sorts of electronic projects and devices. The little board has been around now for one year officially, and to…
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Cardboard Computer and Plotter Really Work

Cardboard Computer and Plotter Really Work
I’ve heard of corrugated cardboard being used to house computers, but this project takes cardboard computing to a whole new level. Niklas Roy used rubber bands, rope and cardboard to create a functional, mechanical computer and…
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