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Category: Gadgets

LuMini Smart LED Bulb Shrinks Down to Size

LuMini Smart LED Bulb Shrinks Down to Size
LED bulbs are a great way to save some power and be more green since they consume much less electricity than standard bulbs. They can also do more than conventional bulbs. Tabu Design makes the cool…
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Fusion Pack Linkable External Battery Packs Hit Kickstarter

Fusion Pack Linkable External Battery Packs Hit Kickstarter
Keeping your portable devices like computers, tablets, and smartphones charged up on the go can be a big challenge. This is especially true if you spend most of your time away from an outlet. A new…
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AgIC DIY Kit Lets You Print Circuit Boards on Ink Printers: Agical!

AgIC DIY Kit Lets You Print Circuit Boards on Ink Printers: Agical!
Last year we talked about the EX¹, a 3D printer designed to print circuit boards on a variety of materials, including paper. The EX¹ has great potential, but if all you want is to print is…
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The Miracle Machine Turns Water into Wine, Kinda.

The Miracle Machine Turns Water into Wine, Kinda.
A lot of people out there really enjoy brewing their own beer. There are plenty of kits out there that make it easy to make your own brew and get drunk without having to trek down…
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Pachi Pachi Clappy is the Sound of One Hand Clapping

Pachi Pachi Clappy is the Sound of One Hand Clapping
Oh, Japan. It’s been at least a few weeks before you came out with a completely silly gadget that we don’t really need, but we do really want. What we have here is the Pachi Pachi…
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Origami-based Paper Microscope Costs Less than $1 to Make: Foldscope

Origami-based Paper Microscope Costs Less than $1 to Make: Foldscope
High quality microscopes cost thousands of dollars and can be hard to operate and maintain. A group of researchers from Stanford University are close to changing that with a microscope that’s made mostly out of paper…
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Neil Young’s PonoMusic to Launch on Kickstarter (Bow-Chica-Wow-Wow)

Neil Young’s PonoMusic to Launch on Kickstarter (Bow-Chica-Wow-Wow)
Neil Young has been talking up his forthcoming high-fidelity music service and music player for a few years. That service and the player will now be launching via Kickstarter and it is called PonoMusic. That is…
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Panasonic Lumix GH4 DSLM Camera Gets Price and Release Date

Panasonic Lumix GH4 DSLM Camera Gets Price and Release Date
Panasonic unveiled its slick new LUMIX GH4 DSLM, or Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera a month or so back. The camera promises professional image quality along with the ability to record 4K resolution video at a…
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Review: Tabu Lumen TL800 LED Bluetooth Lightbulb

Review: Tabu Lumen TL800 LED Bluetooth Lightbulb
LED lightbulbs are here to stay, but most of the ones you can buy at the hardware store are pretty basic in terms of functionality. You’re lucky if they can even be dimmed. The Tabu Lumen…
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Illucia Controller Connects Hardware & Software Even if They Weren’t Meant for Each Other

Illucia Controller Connects Hardware & Software Even if They Weren’t Meant for Each Other
Hey there maker. Have you run out of toys to tinker with? Have you refurbished all of the gizmos in your local junk shop? Have you written programs to automate every appliance in your house? Chris…
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Giveway: iLoud Speaker and GrooveMaker 2

Giveway: iLoud Speaker and GrooveMaker 2
If you’re into recording or playing music, you’ll definitely want to enter this giveaway that we’re doing in partnership with our pals at Gear Diary and IK Multimedia.…
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Dyson Air Multiplier Second Generation Fans are Much Quieter… and Still Expensive

Dyson Air Multiplier Second Generation Fans are Much Quieter… and Still Expensive
Way back in 2009 we talked a bit about a cool new fan from Dyson that had no blades. That fan was called the Air Multiplier and it cost a lot of money. Dyson is back…
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Roku Streaming Stick HDMI Version Works with More TVs

Roku Streaming Stick HDMI Version Works with More TVs
Roku has unveiled a new version of the Streaming Stick that we talked about back in January of 2012. When the original launched a couple years ago, you needed a HDMI port that was MHL enabled.…
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Boeing Black Smartphone Bricks Itself When Tampered with

Boeing Black Smartphone Bricks Itself When Tampered with
Boeing (yes, that same Boeing that makes airplanes) is currently working on a smartphone called “Black” that can reportedly self-destruct when it senses that it’s being tampered with.…
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Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard Supports Typing on Set-top Boxes and Game Consoles

Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard Supports Typing on Set-top Boxes and Game Consoles
Logitech has announced a new member of the Harmony line of universal remote controls. Typically, when we are talking about Harmony Remotes, they look like remote controls. This time that is not the case with the…
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AllSee Low-power Sensor Uses Ambient Radio Signals to Detect Gestures

AllSee Low-power Sensor Uses Ambient Radio Signals to Detect Gestures
Many gesture detection devices, including the Kinect and the Leap Motion, use infrared cameras to sense movement. They also have dedicated chips that process the data from the cameras. These components are power-hungry, especially if they’re…
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