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Kondo Turtle Robot Crawls Its Way Into Our Hearts

Kondo Turtle Robot Crawls Its Way Into Our Hearts
While the robots that have found their way from Japan’s Kondo are of the humanoid, bipedal kind, they decided to go off the board this time, offering up a four-legged turtle-bot. The Kame Robotto is the…
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Sony 360-Degree Volumetric Display: the Stuff Sci-Fi Dreams Are Made of

Sony 360-Degree Volumetric Display: the Stuff Sci-Fi Dreams Are Made of
Sony just introduced a video demonstrating this amazing new 360-degree display technology that’s something you might find in a James Cameron movie. The new autostereoscopic display projects 360 individual slices of an image onto an array…
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Ihome iPad Dock Alarm Clock Seems Like Overkill

Ihome iPad Dock Alarm Clock Seems Like Overkill
Now I’ve got an iPad, and I really enjoy it. I can even imagine bringing it into bed to read a book or play a game on occasion. And while I’d love to have a place…
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Humane Reader: the $20 Computer

Humane Reader: the $20 Computer
I’ve certainly seen our share of low-cost computers, but I can honestly say that this is the least expensive computer system I’ve seen yet. The Humane Reader is designed to provide computer technology to homes or…
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Modal Kombat: Guitar-Controlled Mortal Kombat

Modal Kombat: Guitar-Controlled Mortal Kombat
Few things can rile up a crowd more than watching a heads-up competition, as in boxing, fencing, chess. Well, maybe not chess but you get the point. Inspired by the spirit of such spectacles, David Hindman…
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Antenn-Aid: a Band-Aid Solution for the iPhone 4 Antenna

Antenn-Aid: a Band-Aid Solution for the iPhone 4 Antenna
So by now, the entire universe knows that Steve Jobs offered up free bumpers and cases for iPhone 4 users to help them with dropped calls from the so called “death grip” issue if you touch…
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Quirky Tilt Case for iPhone 4 Protects and Tilts

Quirky Tilt Case for iPhone 4 Protects and Tilts
Over the last few weeks, I have come to feel that Apple might have designed the antenna on the iPhone just so they can sell more bumper cases. But with all of the negative media hype…
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Serval Project: Mobile Phones That Don’t Need Cell Towers

Serval Project: Mobile Phones That Don’t Need Cell Towers
When Haiti was struck by an earthquake last January, the country’s mobile phone network was out for two days, and did not resume normal operations until after a week, which made the situation ever more tragic,…
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Flipper USB Connector is Pure Frickin’ Genius

Flipper USB Connector is Pure Frickin’ Genius
Let’s be honest amongst friends, we all end up flipping our USB devices back and forth in a vain effort to get the damn things to plug in at some point. You try to push your…
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Samsung Galaxy S Review: Hands-on With the Android Smartphone

Samsung Galaxy S Review: Hands-on With the Android Smartphone
I recently had the chance to get my hands on Samsung’s new Android smartphone, the Galaxy S. To be specific, I tested the GT-I9000 – which appears to be the reference model for the series –…
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Gamepark Caanoo: New Linux Handheld Gaming System Gets Weird Name

Gamepark Caanoo: New Linux Handheld Gaming System Gets Weird Name
The latest Linux-based portable gaming console from Gamepark Holdings (the same guys who created the GP2X Wiz) has the unfortunate name “Caanoo”, which is not only difficult to spell, I have no idea how to pronounce…
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Grape-Dr Supercomputer is the Greenest of Them All, but a Cable Nightmare!

Grape-Dr Supercomputer is the Greenest of Them All, but a Cable Nightmare!
This Japanese supercomputer is supposed to be one of the most environmentally-friendly supercomputer arrays available. But is it just me, or is this the ultimate in cable management problems? This supercomputer system is called the Grape-DR…
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Interview With a Robot. *Head Asplodes*

Interview With a Robot. *Head Asplodes*
New York Times correspondent Amy Harmon interviews “Bina48″ a robot who’s supposed to be a “digital backup” of a real person.…
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Wiileanback Lets You Watch Youtube From Your Couch

Wiileanback Lets You Watch Youtube From Your Couch
YouTube’s recently released Leanback full-screen viewing experience is pretty cool, but it’s missing one critical component if you plan on watching it from across the room – a remote. I mean, really, do we really want…
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Letter From Univac

Letter From Univac
Boing Boing reader Scott Lloyd and his wife dug up this great bit of retro computer history – a conversation with an old UNIVAC computer……
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Nixie Sudoku: Fun With Gas-Filled Tubes

Nixie Sudoku: Fun With Gas-Filled Tubes
This has got to by my favorite Nixie tube creation in a very long time – a fully-playable Soduku board. Trashbear Labs built this Nixie Soduku board using 81 individual tubes, arranged into a grid, and…
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