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Category: Computing

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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The Executive Keyboard Belongs in The Hudsucker Proxy

The Executive Keyboard Belongs in The Hudsucker Proxy
I’ve always thought that the computer keyboards you can buy at most stores are pretty dull. I’m really surprised that there aren’t more really custom keyboards available given the fact that each person really has their…
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Ego! Smartmouse Also Works as Flash Drive, Gesture Remote and More: Swiss Army Mouse

Ego! Smartmouse Also Works as Flash Drive, Gesture Remote and More: Swiss Army Mouse
A week ago, we learned about the Mycestro, a pointing device that, despite its unusual form, only has a humble goal: to replace your mouse. The Ego! Smartmouse on the other hand is quite the opposite.…
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MYO Gesture Control Armband: The Force is with Us

MYO Gesture Control Armband: The Force is with Us
The Leap motion sensor was one of the most talked about devices last year and rightly so. But until the device itself gets in the hands of ordinary folks, I think MYO just might steal the…
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Instashare Provides Hassle Free File Transfer Between iOS and OS X: AirDrop Extended

Instashare Provides Hassle Free File Transfer Between iOS and OS X: AirDrop Extended
A few months ago we took a look at AirBridge, a hardware add-on for iOS devices that lets you stream or transfer files to and from different devices. The Instashare app is to AirDrop what AirBridge…
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Google Chromebook Pixel Takes Aim at MacBook Pro, Still Can’t Run Photoshop

Google Chromebook Pixel Takes Aim at MacBook Pro, Still Can’t Run Photoshop
When it comes to laptops, there are many things that manufacturers can learn from Apple. That being said, there are plenty of MacBook and MacBook Pro alternatives that are worth checking out. Google’s just upped the…
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Emulator Runs x86 Windows Apps on Windows RT Devices: A Window to the Full Windows

Emulator Runs x86 Windows Apps on Windows RT Devices: A Window to the Full Windows
I think that one of Microsoft’s biggest mistakes in recent years is Windows RT, and by extension the Surface RT. I’m not saying Windows RT devices are useless. It’s just that seen in the context of…
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Mycestro Wearable 3D Mouse: Cursor Conductor

Mycestro Wearable 3D Mouse: Cursor Conductor
Wearable mice have been done before, but Nick Mastandrea’s Mycestro might be the best implementation of the form factor yet. Like other wearable mice, Mycestro – it’s pronounced “mice-tro”, get it? – is designed to be…
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Vacuum Tube Flash Drives Combine Old School, New School Tech

Vacuum Tube Flash Drives Combine Old School, New School Tech
I’ve already got more flash drives than I know what to do with, but every once in a while I’ll see some that I need to add to my seemingly endless collection anyway. With these cool…
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Mailbox iPhone App: Take a Number and Get in Line

Mailbox iPhone App: Take a Number and Get in Line
The Mailbox app has finally launched on iOS, but before you start jubilating about how clean your email box will finally be, you’d better download it and start waiting, because the wait to use will be…
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Project Ayr: The Art Deco HTPC

Project Ayr: The Art Deco HTPC
Many people have a home theater PC sitting right next to their HDTVs. It’s not always the best-looking solution to manage your media, but oftentimes it’s the most functional. There’s no reason why your HTPC should…
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iFixit Cracks Open the Microsoft Surface Pro, Slowly.

iFixit Cracks Open the Microsoft Surface Pro, Slowly.
Microsoft only launched the Surface Pro tablet a few days ago. It didn’t take long for the guys over at iFixit to get their hands on one of the tablets and proceed to take it apart.…
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