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Category: Computing

Dedicated Japanese Geeks Wait in the Snow to buy “Lucky Bag”

Dedicated Japanese Geeks Wait in the Snow to buy “Lucky Bag”
We have seen some crazy folks waiting in lines at Apple stores around the world when new iPhones are launching. Sometimes there are hundreds of folks in these lines. Recently in Japan, one Apple Store offered…
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Link Wireless SSD Wristband: 1TB on Your Wrist. Technology is Awesome.

Link Wireless SSD Wristband: 1TB on Your Wrist. Technology is Awesome.
I have a couple of external hard drives that I bought just a couple of years ago. Together, they’re large enough to use as a foot rest. But now we have this. The Fasetto Link is…
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PiTablet Raspberry Pi Tablet: PiPad

PiTablet Raspberry Pi Tablet: PiPad
We’ve already seen a netbook based on the Raspberry Pi. Here’s a DIY kit for a Raspberry Pi tablet. The PiTablet consists of Psy Labs’ PiTouch 10″ touchscreen, an acrylic case, a USB power pack, a…
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Jaasta E-ink Keyboard Black and White and Everything in Between

Jaasta E-ink Keyboard Black and White and Everything in Between
Last year we featured Maxim Mezentsev and Aleksander Suhih’s concept for a keyboard with E-ink screens on each key. The idea is for the each key to display a set of shortcuts, similar to Art Lebedev’s…
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Andromium OS Turns Android Phones into PCs: Desktop Ex Machina

Andromium OS Turns Android Phones into PCs: Desktop Ex Machina
Last year, Canonical unveiled its mobile operating system, which can launch the Ubuntu desktop OS when its mobile device is plugged into an HDMI display. An upcoming system called Andromium OS aims to give existing Android…
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Norse IPViking Online Map Shows Cyber Attacks in Real Time: WarGames 3

Norse IPViking Online Map Shows Cyber Attacks in Real Time: WarGames 3
Solid Snake and Fallout are wrong. War does change. At this very moment, hackers and their legion of enslaved computers are waging an invisible war online. Perhaps they’re trying to steal information or shut down certain…
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PocketBook CAD Reader Flex 13.3″ Flexible E-reader: Paper v.1.5

PocketBook CAD Reader Flex 13.3″ Flexible E-reader: Paper v.1.5
Last year, we featured the PaperTab, an extremely flexible E-ink reader prototype. PocketBook’s upcoming CAD Reader Flex isn’t as thin or flexible as the PaperTab, but it is real and will be available soon. It’s a…
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HashKey 1-Key Keyboard: # Sign of the Times

HashKey 1-Key Keyboard: # Sign of the Times
Here’s a perfect Holiday gift for the Twitter addict. DJ and journalist Ben Gomori is raising funds on Kickstarter for the HashKey, a USB keyboard that only has a hash key. I bet Facebook is envious…
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This Five-Year-Old Is a Microsoft Certified Professional

This Five-Year-Old Is a Microsoft Certified Professional
When you hear the words “Microsoft Certified Professional” you probably either think of a white guy in his 30s or the fact that all that phrase really means is that the pro in question is certified…
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Lantern Satellite Receiver Provides News & Archived Online Data for Free: Out of this Net

Lantern Satellite Receiver Provides News & Archived Online Data for Free: Out of this Net
Many of us take our Internet access for granted. But the information it holds can change lives and history for the better. A company called Outernet Inc. wants to make some of the most important information…
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Strix Knight Custom Made PC Chassis: Built from Screech

Strix Knight Custom Made PC Chassis: Built from Screech
ASUS’ Republic of Gamers blog recently shared this kick-ass PC case. Made by Han Yu aka Little Hand, the Strix Knight takes its inspiration from the logo of ASUS’ Strix graphics cards, “strix” being the Greek…
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Cloud & Heat Servers Double as Radiators: Steam Machine

Cloud & Heat Servers Double as Radiators: Steam Machine
We often joke that our laptops, consoles and other devices get warm enough to cook on. A German company called Cloud & Heat took that idea seriously and is deploying it on a large scale. The…
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Time Is Money Tells Your How Many Hours of Work It Takes to Buy Stuff

Time Is Money Tells Your How Many Hours of Work It Takes to Buy Stuff
When shopping, especially on the internet, it’s easy to lose track of how expensive something really is. It’s easy to see a $50 price drop on something that makes you think that a $450 toy is…
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Punching Bag Keyboard: Key Sports

Punching Bag Keyboard: Key Sports
Last year we saw a hack that used a guitar as a computer keyboard. If you thought that was tedious, check out Bless’ workoutcomputer. The fashion and design studio made the installation 4 years ago alongside…
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Raspberry Pi Car Computer: Raspboard

Raspberry Pi Car Computer: Raspboard
Harrison Kinsley aka sentdex had his Honda S2000 get with the times by installing a dash camera, a diagnostic tracker and more for a little over $100 (USD). Thanks to the Raspberry Pi, a bit of…
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Make Your Wi-Fi Network’s Name Unique with Unicode

Make Your Wi-Fi Network’s Name Unique with Unicode
Ars Technica accidentally discovered a quick and easy way to make your wireless network’s name aka SSID stand out. The tech blog found out that you can use Unicode characters in your network’s SSID. It’s not…
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