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Category: Technology

Wrap Your iPad in Duct Tape (and Bacon)

Wrap Your iPad in Duct Tape (and Bacon)
A while back, I told you guys about a pretty cool iPad 2 case which was made out of good old duct tape. At the time, the case was only a one-off, but you can now…
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Roll-Up Travel Charger: Power Up with Style

Roll-Up Travel Charger: Power Up with Style
When I travel with my chargers, it’s usually a mess, with cables everywhere and tangled up in my bag. You’re probably the same way. This is why Restoration Hardware’s Roll Up Travel Charger is a cool…
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Asus Transformer Prime Gets a Fancy Sleeve, Like a Smart Cover, But Not

Asus Transformer Prime Gets a Fancy Sleeve, Like a Smart Cover, But Not
Actually, I would not call this a sleeve at all. It’s more like a flip cover to protect the screen of the Asus Transformer Prime from scratches. In my mind, a sleeve is something that goes…
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Bag Light Lets You See Whats In Your Bag, Day or Night

Bag Light Lets You See Whats In Your Bag, Day or Night
An interior light for your purse or backpack might seem like a strange idea, but it actually might really come in handy, especially if you find yourself looking for your keys in the dark, or struggling…
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PS Vita Multitasking Limitation: No Web Browsing During Games

PS Vita Multitasking Limitation: No Web Browsing During Games
We have some new PS Vita news for you today if you are among those who have been salivating over the portable console. When the new PS Vita launches, you will not be able to play…
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JTT Adapter for iOS Devices Adds the Ports that Apple Won’t

JTT Adapter for iOS Devices Adds the Ports that Apple Won’t
Japanese manufacturer JTT has released an adapter that adds a variety of connectivity options to your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. It has both an HDMI out and analog AV out, a USB port and a…
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Curly Cable for iOS Devices Effortlessly Extends, Tames Tangles

Curly Cable for iOS Devices Effortlessly Extends, Tames Tangles
Here’s another one of those “Why didn’t I think of this?” ideas. Luca Mainini, Manuel Marino and Davide di Malta of Dev Design 2.0 had a multo buona idea: emulate the coiled form of telephone cords…
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Dream Robo Climbs Ladders, Soon Tall Buildings

Dream Robo Climbs Ladders, Soon Tall Buildings
Osaka-based company Muscle Corporation along with a few other Japanese companies have developed a humanoid robot that can climb up and down ladders. Tall buildings are no longer a safe haven for humans to hide in.…
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Quadrotors Build a Building

Quadrotors Build a Building
Who’d have thought that flying robots could someday create buildings? But as crazy as it sounds, our quadrotor-loving friends over at the Swiss Federal Institute Institute of Technology already have proven it’s possible.…
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World’s First Elastic Electric and Data Cables: Go Go Gadget Cable!

World’s First Elastic Electric and Data Cables: Go Go Gadget Cable!
The march towards a wireless world is an uphill battle, so it’s nice to see improvements for the good ol’ cable. Japanese company Asahi Kasei Fibers has developed Roboden, the world’s first elastic electric and data…
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LandingZone MacBook Air Dock: The More Ports, the Merrier

LandingZone MacBook Air Dock: The More Ports, the Merrier
While you might love your new MacBook Air, if it’s your sole computer, you might find it lacking in ports. This is why this new Kickstarter project is so interesting, because it will deliver a handsome…
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Gasoline Fuel Cell Breakthrough May Lead to More Efficient Volt-like Cars

Gasoline Fuel Cell Breakthrough May Lead to More Efficient Volt-like Cars
The only car on the market today that uses batteries and a gasoline-powered generator to recharge those batteries while the car moves is the GM Volt. While the Volt is a highly-efficient vehicle when on battery…
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Bridgestone Airless Tires Promise Never to Go Flat

Bridgestone Airless Tires Promise Never to Go Flat
Bridgestone has been in the tire making business for a long time. The company already makes run-flat tires that can go for a short time with no air inside, but mostly it makes normal tires that…
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Honda Motor Compo Scooter Screams “I’m Geekier Than You, Segway Guy!”

Honda Motor Compo Scooter Screams “I’m Geekier Than You, Segway Guy!”
I am always surprised when the Tokyo Motor Show rolls around each year, as I tend to see as many things that aren’t cars than new cars themselves. Case in point – Honda is showing off…
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MIDI-Moov Controller Lets Musicians Add Effects Simply by Moving Around

MIDI-Moov Controller Lets Musicians Add Effects Simply by Moving Around
Musicians looking to add effects to their performances have a variety of ways they can do this – using dedicated “stomp boxes”, standalone effects processors, and even apps on their iPhone or iPad. This device will…
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Star Wars Death Star Trench Run Recreated in Minecraft

Star Wars Death Star Trench Run Recreated in Minecraft
Star Wars and Minecraft have come together in the most awesome of ways. In a Minecraft crafted movie. Kotaku reader Grahame has recreated the entire ending sequence from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.…
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