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Bridgestone AeroBee Electronic Paper Displays Look Promising

Bridgestone AeroBee Electronic Paper Displays Look Promising

For those of us here in the States, the name Bridgestone is associated with tires and golf balls, and that’s about it. But the Japanese company actually has invested in developing electronics as well, and is…

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Staples to Sell Nook Color Starting May 1

Staples to Sell Nook Color Starting May 1

The eReader market is booming – and while most of the eReaders out there use eInk screens that are in gray scale, one eReader from Barnes & Noble has a color screen. The eReader is called…

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Sagemcom Sixty Cordless Phone Goes Back to the Future

Sagemcom Sixty Cordless Phone Goes Back to the Future

In a time where land-line phones are a dying breed, the idea of an old rotary phone seems even more like a distant memory. But Sagemcom is trying to breathe new life into the old desk…

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Nintendo to Out New Wii HD at E3 this Summer?

Nintendo to Out New Wii HD at E3 this Summer?

I thought the Wii was the most awesome game console in the world for about three months. Once the control gimmick wore off, I realized the graphics sucked and the games were boring and went back…

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PS3 Sales Hit 50M Units Globally

PS3 Sales Hit 50M Units Globally

On March 6, I mentioned that the PS3 had moved 41.6 million units all around the world (which was later corrected to 47.9 million by Sony). Sony has now come forward and announced that it has…

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WVIL Camera Concept: Out of Body Experience

WVIL Camera Concept: Out of Body Experience

R&D outfit Artefact have designed a digital camera that is heavily influenced by the connectivity, ease of use and the horsepower of today’s smartphones and other mobile devices. A refreshing approach, that’s for sure, but actually…

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The Flow: A Paint Brush for the iPad (and other tablets too)

The Flow: A Paint Brush for the iPad (and other tablets too)

All sorts of attempts have been made to create “the perfect stylus” for drawing on the iPad, with mixed success. But this is the first time I’ve seen a devices designed to let you use your…

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Punching Pro: The Literal Punching Bag

Punching Pro: The Literal Punching Bag

Kris Tressiden is working on something with a lot of potential: a robotic punching bag that punches back. He calls it the Punching Pro. Apparently the current model is powered by a couple of 12-volt windshield…

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ANDI-ONE Android-Powered Remote: Everything But the Kitchen Sink

ANDI-ONE Android-Powered Remote: Everything But the Kitchen Sink

If the Smart Qwerty remote wasn’t hardcore enough for you, Conspin’s got one more remote control that you should check out, the ANDI-ONE. Actually calling it a remote control is like calling any modern smartphone a…

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Sharp LED LCD 70-Inch Aquos HDTV: Bigger Than Your Friends’ TVs

Sharp LED LCD 70-Inch Aquos HDTV: Bigger Than Your Friends’ TVs

You got to admit that a 70-inch HDTV is pretty big. Prices have come down significantly for big screens, and the Sharp Aquos brand is no different. Their biggest LED LCD HDTV is probably bigger than…

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Hyperkin SupaBoy SNES Portable: 16-Bits to Go

Hyperkin SupaBoy SNES Portable: 16-Bits to Go

Hyperkin has released several ways to play retro games at home, including their RetroN, which can play games from NES, SNES and Genesis. But their handhelds have only played NES games. Now, they’ve take wraps of…

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Conspin Smart Qwerty Universal Remote: Fun in Front, Business in Back

Conspin Smart Qwerty Universal Remote: Fun in Front, Business in Back

Looking for a nifty remote for your home theater? This remote from Korean tech firm Conspin just might fill the bill. The Smart Qwerty CRU 200TQ has a rather silly name, but the remote itself looks…

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Garmin Forerunner 610: The Touchscreen GPS Watch is a Go!

Garmin Forerunner 610: The Touchscreen GPS Watch is a Go!

Garmin just revealed a new GPS watch, the Forerunner 610. Unlike the previous model, it has touchscreen technology, and is a bit more svelte, so it can serve as your everyday watch if you don’t mind…

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LockIfNotHot Locks PC If Temperature Drops, Not If User is Ugly

LockIfNotHot Locks PC If Temperature Drops, Not If User is Ugly

We’ve featured a Bluetooth-based program that automatically locks Windows PCs when the user walks away. Here’s another approach to automatically locking a computer. While the Bluetooth-based program relied on proximity, Didier Stevens’ program LockIfNotHot works in…

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Articulated Arm Tablet Holder: If iPad and Luxo, Jr. Had a Baby

Articulated Arm Tablet Holder: If iPad and Luxo, Jr. Had a Baby

You know, the funny thing about this image is that Steve Jobs really was the father of both of these items – there’s Luxo, Jr., the little articulating Anglepoise lamp from Pixar’s breakthrough short film, and…

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Asus BW-12D12-U External Blu-ray Drive is a Diamond in the Rough

Asus BW-12D12-U External Blu-ray Drive is a Diamond in the Rough

It’s common today for ultraportable notebooks and netbooks to come without an optical drive of any kind. The notebooks and desktops that do come with optical drives often lack the latest features like support for 3D…

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