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Category: Technology

Nyko Play Clock Charges 3DS and Wakes you in Time for Gaming

Nyko Play Clock Charges 3DS and Wakes you in Time for Gaming
There are hoards of alarm clock charging docks on the market for the iPhone and iPad. An alarm clock that can charge a portable game console is a new one for me though. Nyko has whipped…

Replay XD1080 Action Cam Ready to Capture Whatever You Do

Replay XD1080 Action Cam Ready to Capture Whatever You Do
Extreme and action sports are very cool and I like some of the activities that fall into the category. I am not into skateboarding because I would crack off my coccyx in about 2 seconds. I…
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Nintendo Wii U Announced, Out in 2012, No Price or Release Date Yet

Nintendo Wii U Announced, Out in 2012, No Price or Release Date Yet
At this week’s E3, Nintendo took wraps off their next-generation home console, now known as Wii U (or is it “WiiU”?) As predicted, the new system will include both a traditional console unit, and a new…

PlayStation Vita Price, Release Date and Specs Announced

PlayStation Vita Price, Release Date and Specs Announced
During tonight’s E3 press conference, Sony revealed more details of its forthcoming portable, formerly known as the Sony NGP (Next Generation Portable). Kaz Hirai brought out the latest PlayStation Portable, which is now officially named PlayStationVita…

TROBOT 4.0: Put a Miniature Industrial Robot on Your Desktop

TROBOT 4.0: Put a Miniature Industrial Robot on Your Desktop
Ever wanted to play with one of those big industrial robots? Well unless you work on an assembly line, or have you’ve got massive budget and a bunch of spare space, you’ll probably never get to.…

Aluratek AUCS05F is One Serious Wall Charger

Aluratek AUCS05F is One Serious Wall Charger
I am a gadget fiend, and my wife and kids have more than a few gadgets as well. That means that the outlets in my office where everything ends up getting plugged in are packed with…

i-FlashDrive for iOS Devices Makes Transferring Files as Easy as U-S-B

i-FlashDrive for iOS Devices Makes Transferring Files as Easy as U-S-B
Transferring files to and from iOS devices isn’t as simple as it should be. Instead of having it recognized by computers as a storage device for easy file handling, we have to use an intermediary program,…

Wi-GO Kinect-Powered Shopping Cart for Disabled Follows Your Every Move

Wi-GO Kinect-Powered Shopping Cart for Disabled Follows Your Every Move
Luis de Matos of the Department of Informatics at the University of Beira Interior is working on a Kinect hack that could be commonplace within the next few years, whether the resulting product actually uses Kinect-like…

Red Pop Brings Back the Camera Button on Your iPhone

Red Pop Brings Back the Camera Button on Your iPhone
Most cameras that you’ve probably encountered only require the push of a button to take a photo. (And if you were born a few decades ago, then you might have come across those where the photographer…

“Cyber Girl” PC Mod is More Scary than Sexy

“Cyber Girl” PC Mod is More Scary than Sexy
Here’s one of the stranger computer mods I’ve seen in a long while. No, you’re not looking at the latest in teledildonics. Nope, what we’ve got here is a Windows PC made from an old lingerie…

Pixel Qi Shows Off Solar-Power for Tablets

Pixel Qi Shows Off Solar-Power for Tablets
Anyone that owns a gadget of any sort wants the thing to have the longest battery life possible. Batteries that can pack in more energy is the way many of us expect tech to evolve. You…

Mitsubishi’s OLED Geo-Cosmos Globe: Display or Death Star?

Mitsubishi’s OLED Geo-Cosmos Globe: Display or Death Star?
This giant light-up disco ball is nearly 20 feet in diameter and is comprised of an astounding 10,000 OLED displays. Mitsubishi calls it their OLED Geo-Cosmos globe and it will be introduced at the National Museum…

Fling Mini iPhone & iPod Joysticks: Stick-on Joy for Analog Fans

Fling Mini iPhone & iPod Joysticks: Stick-on Joy for Analog Fans
Ten One Design has now released the inevitable follow-up to the Fling stick-on joystick for the iPad, the Fling Mini for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It’s almost exactly the same as its big brother, which…

Diffus Solar-Powered Handbag: Green is In

Diffus Solar-Powered Handbag: Green is In
We’ve featured a backpack with solar panels for charging gadgets, perfect for people on the go and those who enjoy the outdoors. This handbag from Danish design company Diffus is perfect for everyday use. It may…

$249 Crux Loaded Case Turns Your iPad into a Netbook: Why?

$249 Crux Loaded Case Turns Your iPad into a Netbook: Why?
While I can appreciate Logitech’s iPad case, which protects your tablet and has a smartly hidden keyboard, I have trouble considering the $249 Crux Loaded as a worthwhile alternative, since the iPad is already costly. Instead…

Garmin Astro 320 Dog Tracker Keeps 10 Dogs on a 9-Mile Leash

Garmin Astro 320 Dog Tracker Keeps 10 Dogs on a 9-Mile Leash
I used to watch a lot of the Jetsons as a kid mostly because there was nothing else on after school. I remember their dog Astro and his walks on the treadmill behind the house. Garmin…
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