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Nielsen Survey: 3dtvs More Appealing to Those Who’Ve Never Used It

Nielsen Survey: 3dtvs More Appealing to Those Who’Ve Never Used It
They say the grass is greener on the other side, and that seems to be the case in this joint survey conducted by the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing and Nielsen regarding the appeal of…
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Ultra-Tiny Bluetooth Keyboard: So Small It’S Almost of No Use

Ultra-Tiny Bluetooth Keyboard: So Small It’S Almost of No Use
If you’re getting annoyed with your touchscreen devices, instead of getting a Crackberry, why not try this ultra-tiny keyboard with your existing gadgets? As is often the case with strange and unusual gadgets, this one comes…
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Gundam Robot Phone: Only in Japan?

Gundam Robot Phone: Only in Japan?
If you don’t have an iPhone or an Android phone yet, why not get a Gundam Robot Phone instead? This phone will be released by Japan’s third biggest mobile phone carrier, SoftBank Mobile, who has 25…
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Bringrr Phone Alarm: for Cars, Not for People

Bringrr Phone Alarm: for Cars, Not for People
I think in all of the years that I’ve owned a cellphone I’ve only forgotten where I last left it less than 10 times. I’m pretty sure one of those times my phone was actually in…
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The Bit-52s Play Rock Lobster

The Bit-52s Play Rock Lobster
The Bit-52s are the creation of Toronto’s James Cochrane, who’s programmed an array of mechanical and electronic contraptions to crank out music, sans human musicians. The “band” features everything from a solonoid-controlled guitar, keyboard and tambourine…
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Super Nintendo + Table = Super Nintable Ftw!

Super Nintendo + Table = Super Nintable Ftw!
Modder Vomitsaw had a cheap wooden end table and a old Super Nintendo lying around, so he put together this awesome mod he’s donating to the office break room. The Super Nintable has a neatly-integrated SNES…
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Lenovo Power Hub Should be Standard in All Laptops

Lenovo Power Hub Should be Standard in All Laptops
USB ports are like bacon – we can never have enough of ’em. If you own a Lenovo laptop, rejoice, because the company has just released the Power Hub, a neat device that integrates a 4-port…
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Minicaster HD Broadcaster Turns Anyone Into Icarly

Minicaster HD Broadcaster Turns Anyone Into Icarly
I have to watch way more kids shows than an adult should have too. It’s got to the point where I really like SpongeBob and I know much more about the goings on in the world…
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The Yodeling Radio Man, a “Classic” Robot From the 1930s

The Yodeling Radio Man, a “Classic” Robot From the 1930s
Can you imagine why a robot would need to yodel? I’ve got no idea because yodeling is fricking annoying in my book. Radio Man was featured in the April 1939 issue of Popular Science, and was…
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Eggbot Kit: for Geeky Easter Bunnies

Eggbot Kit: for Geeky Easter Bunnies
Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories recently introduced their latest non-diabolical creation – the Eggbot. It’s an “open source art robot” that can draw on spherical or ellipsoidal surfaces. The Eggbot can draw on objects with diameters ranging…
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Playstation: Happy 15th Birthday!

Playstation: Happy 15th Birthday!
Can you believe that it’s been 15 years since the original Sony PlayStation came out? In celebration of the dawning of the modern console era (ok, the Dreamcast was really the better console, IMHO), Sony has…
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Google Scribe: You Autocomplete Me

Google Scribe: You Autocomplete Me
While the big G is promoting their newfangled Instant search, it’s not the only newly unveiled technology from the company. Released just a few days ago, Google Scribe is a text completion service. Google says that…
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Newton iPhone Casemod: Past Swallows Present

Newton iPhone Casemod: Past Swallows Present
Charles Mangin is on a mission to meld Apple’s failed Newton handheld with their highly successsful iPhone. If he manages to pull it off, this is what he thinks it’ll look like. Can you say “full…
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Nintendo Game Controller Synths Beep and Bleep Their Way Back From the Dead

Nintendo Game Controller Synths Beep and Bleep Their Way Back From the Dead
I certainly don’t remember my old Nintendo controller making crazy sounds, but I actually rather like the idea of building synthesizers into old video game controllers. Gadget hacker Michael Rucci builds his audio mods into old…
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The Human Body in Html and PHP

The Human Body in Html and PHP
The DNA from all of the cells in the human body is 45,000,000,000 miles long. But it seems that if we were digitized, our code would only be a page long, including the detail about our…
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Seiko Active-Matrix Epd Watches Offer 300dpi Display

Seiko Active-Matrix Epd Watches Offer 300dpi Display
I’ve always got my eyes peeled for unique watches for you guys, and this is definitely one of the cooler high-tech timepieces I’ve seen in a while. Seiko Japan’s new SDGA001, SDGA002 and SDGA003 watches feature…
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