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Sanyo Mobile USB Booster Stick Makes AA Batteries a Lot More Useful

Sanyo Mobile USB Booster Stick Makes AA Batteries a Lot More Useful
I don’t know about you guys, but the only use I have for AA batteries right now is for my TV’s remote control; all of my gadgets have rechargeable Li-ion batteries. But if I had Sanyo’s…

Switch Plug: Making Plugs Safer, One at a Time

Switch Plug: Making Plugs Safer, One at a Time
I’m a pretty forgetful person, so the responsibility of unplugging some plugs from the wall outlets at night was given to my sister. I also have this unusual (or typical?) fear of sparks flying around whenever…
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Voltaic Spark Tablet Case Harnesses the Sun for your iPad

Voltaic Spark Tablet Case Harnesses the Sun for your iPad
If you’re outside a lot or if you find yourself cruising in a car on a sunny day frequently with your iPad or other gadget, Voltaic has a really cool case for you. The case is…

Green Siemens Airplane is the Chevy Volt of Aviation

Green Siemens Airplane is the Chevy Volt of Aviation
I have always wanted to learn to fly, since aviation is an interest of mine. It’s been very interesting over the last few years to see the giant push for green vehicles in the automotive sector…

Paul the Robot Hand-Draws Portraits (Sloppily)

Paul the Robot Hand-Draws Portraits (Sloppily)
If there were a such thing as a robot mom or dad of the sort that goes to the office and welds on the assembly line all day and had a little kid robot that comes…

Volkswagen Develops Auto-Pilot: Cruise Control Is So Yesterday

Volkswagen Develops Auto-Pilot: Cruise Control Is So Yesterday
Back when I was in finance, I used to spend long hours in my car driving around. I would have loved to have any kind of auto pilot, to take over when you get extremely tired.…

The Magic Glove Vacuum and Dusts All At Once

The Magic Glove Vacuum and Dusts All At Once
I remember back in the day when vacuum cleaners were huge, noisy, metallic machines that had to be lugged around or dragged around on stands with wheels. My mother used to have me carry the heavy…

Pentax Q: World’s Smallest Digital Interchangeable Lens Camera

Pentax Q: World’s Smallest Digital Interchangeable Lens Camera
Pentax has a bunch of cameras under its belt and the company has trotted a new one out today that looks verty cool. If you like a camera with high quality photo capability and interchangeable lenses…

Lytro Light Field Camera: Shoot Now, Focus Later

Lytro Light Field Camera: Shoot Now, Focus Later
It’s something pretty basic that all photographers learn – focus is everything, and when you don’t have it in your photos, you might as well start over. That’s why I find this new technology from Lytro…

General Dynamic GD2000 is Tough Enough to Surf the Web While Skydiving

General Dynamic GD2000 is Tough Enough to Surf the Web While Skydiving
My notebook often just refuses to work when I am sitting at my desk just to piss me off. It certainly would not work if I took it outside in the Texas heat or did something…

Wii U Originally Considered as a Portable Console

Wii U Originally Considered as a Portable Console
The Nintendo Wii U was unveiled back during E3 and we talked about the console a bit then. So far, we know about the tech aspects of the console but still have no idea when it…

Acorn A7000+ Gets Portable

Acorn A7000+ Gets Portable
While most people outside of the UK don’t even know what an Acorn computer is, the first personal computers from the company date back to the late 1970s, right around when Apple was getting its big…

MacBook 2020: Flexible Nanomaterials, Holographic Display, Shape-shifting, What Else Could You Want?

MacBook 2020: Flexible Nanomaterials, Holographic Display, Shape-shifting, What Else Could You Want?
How’d you like to fast-forward to the year 2020, and get a sneak peek at the MacBook of the future. Well, industrial designer Tommaso Gecchelin has already done the hard work for you, with his concept…

10,000 Year Clock Will Tell Time Til Your Great-Great-Great-Great-Great Grandkids are a Distant Memory

10,000 Year Clock Will Tell Time Til Your Great-Great-Great-Great-Great Grandkids are a Distant Memory
This has to be one of the strangest and coolest projects I have ever heard of. Way out in the desert wilds of West Texas, workers are starting the process of digging out the side of…

DirecTV Tries to Make Hotels Less Disgusting and Germ Infested with Anti-Microbial Remotes

DirecTV Tries to Make Hotels Less Disgusting and Germ Infested with Anti-Microbial Remotes
I am not a fan of staying in hotels at all. The beds and pillows are uncomfortable, and the thought of sleeping in a bed that some perverts could have had an orgy in the night…

Nokia N9 Smartphone: iPhone Killer, or Just Killer Looks?

Nokia N9 Smartphone: iPhone Killer, or Just Killer Looks?
Nokia just introduced their new N9 in Singapore and frankly, it looks gorgeous. It’s got a glass display that features no buttons on the face at all. You’ll find a few on the side though, but…
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