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Category: Computing

Sixthsense Wearable Gestural Interface: Microsoft Surface + Google in a Portable Package

Sixthsense Wearable Gestural Interface: Microsoft Surface + Google in a Portable Package
Last October, Pattie Maes had the idea of making a gesture-controlled interface similar to what was in the movie Minority Report. But unlike the interface in the movie, which was projected onto a screen and was…
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Popular Puzzler/Platformer Braid Bursts Onto Mac

Popular Puzzler/Platformer Braid Bursts Onto Mac
One of the most critically acclaimed games of the last year, Braid, is getting new life in the form of a Mac release. The layered platformer was released initially last fall atop a wave of hype–and…
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Dell Xps 630 Gaming Desktop Pc Drops Below $1000 for First Time Ever

Dell Xps 630 Gaming Desktop Pc Drops Below $1000 for First Time Ever
Looking for a SERIOUS gaming PC, but don’t want to spend thousands of dollars? Now’s you’re chance to grab a beefy Dell XPS 630 for just $999, the lowest price it’s ever been offered at (about…
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Mvix Nubbin 802.11n Wifi Adapter: Small Size, Small Price

Mvix Nubbin 802.11n Wifi Adapter: Small Size, Small Price
I love pocket-sized gadgets – I like to think of my PSP as cargo pants-pocket sized – but recently we’ve seen stuff that could fit in your pocket’s pocket, if it had one. Here we have…
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16-Port USB Hub: That Enough for You?

16-Port USB Hub: That Enough for You?
If the Mac Mini’s 5 USB ports are still somehow not enough for your needs (and you don’t have one of these), then get one of these bad boys. As you can see, you can connect…
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Ars Technica Flash Drive Roundup: No Surprises Here

Ars Technica Flash Drive Roundup: No Surprises Here
It doesn’t take a genius to predict that over time, gadgets will be cheaper compared to their predecessors, and they’ll have improved performance as well. And that’s basically what Ars Technica’s 5-page 2009 flash drive roundup…
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Panda Flash Drive: Buy a Rubber Panda, Help Save a Real Panda

Panda Flash Drive: Buy a Rubber Panda, Help Save a Real Panda
From Active Media Products – the folks who make the Obama Drive – comes another gimmicky storage device, the Panda flash drive. But at least this time it’s for a cause: 5% of the flash drive’s…
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LEGO USB Hubs Offer Colorful, Stackable Connectivity

LEGO USB Hubs Offer Colorful, Stackable Connectivity
Can’t get enough LEGO bricks? Then here’s another accessory for your desktop that you might want to add to your collection. These USB hubs from Systown bear more than a passing resemblance to LEGO blocks. Perfect…
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Pyramid-Shaped Computer Case: Pointy, Pointy

Pyramid-Shaped Computer Case: Pointy, Pointy
What shape do you associate with style? Scimitar Computers claim that pyramids = hip & stylish, and so they’re claiming that their handmade pyramid-shaped computer cases are “the solution to the conundrum of how to be…
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From My Book to Fake Book: Stealth Hard Drive

From My Book to Fake Book: Stealth Hard Drive
Western Digital may plaster the name “My Book” onto a line of hard drives, but that doesn’t mean they are actual books, or really, that they even resemble books. But that doesn’t mean they can’t, so…
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Century 3-in-1 USB Dock Almost Turns Your Netbook Into a Laptop

Century 3-in-1 USB Dock Almost Turns Your Netbook Into a Laptop
While it can’t do anything about your netbook’s tiny screen and weak processor, Century’s 3-in-1 USB dock does add 2 USB ports and a Panasonic DVD/CD burner combo drive, as well as a couple of extra…
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Tec Lingo Wireless Mouse: for Computer Savvy Babies, Gnomes

Tec Lingo Wireless Mouse: for Computer Savvy Babies, Gnomes
This week’s words of wisdom come from five English women with somewhat talented songwriters: Too much of something is bad enough (bad eno~ugh). Alas, such is the case with the Lingo, a wireless mouse from Japanese…
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This is a Flash Drive?

This is a Flash Drive?
Our What the –? product of the week comes from China-based Everbright Technology. 7 Gadgets‘ write-up about the device is as follows:  “You can protect your data by plugging in this USB silicon rubber.” If you’re…
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Luxeed U5 Color-Changing LED Keyboard Available for Pre-Order Adds Mac, Linux Support

Luxeed U5 Color-Changing LED Keyboard Available for Pre-Order Adds Mac, Linux Support
Remember the oh-so-cool Luxeed LED multicolor keyboard? This colorful desktop keyboard is about to get a new update for 2009. Now Mac and Linux users can get in on the polychromatic action thanks to the new…
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Somniloquy: the Future Will be Filled With Environment-Friendly Pirates

Somniloquy: the Future Will be Filled With Environment-Friendly Pirates
People leave their computers on for a long time for various valid reasons: when backing up, scanning malware, reformatting and restoring because the malware couldn’t be removed, installing SP3 for the third time, downloading a large…
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Sparkly USB Bracelet Stores Memories on Your Wrist

Sparkly USB Bracelet Stores Memories on Your Wrist
Here’s a girly-girl accessory that looks much more like a swanky piece of jewelry than a storage device for your computer. But beneath the surface of this sparkly bejeweled bracelet is a hidden USB flash drive.…
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