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Category: Technology

Starbucks App Lets You Pay By Phone

Starbucks App Lets You Pay By Phone
I like the idea of paying for things using my mobile phone. I would rather see RFID land in stores so you can just walk up and the cashier will know what you have and how…

VideoSurf Mobile App: Search For Video Using Video

VideoSurf Mobile App: Search For Video Using Video
It’s as if Xzibit came up with the idea behind VideoSurf: “Yo dawg, I heard you like videos, so we made it so you can search for videos using videos.” Currently in development, the smartphone app…
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Motorola R331 Remote Control is Rechargeable, Findable

Motorola R331 Remote Control is Rechargeable, Findable
Remember the remote control + pager hack we shared with you a few months ago? Well, one of the big guys finally had the exact same idea. Motorola has made a remote control and dock combo,…

Olympus TP-7 Telephone Recorder: Bug Your Own Phone

Olympus TP-7 Telephone Recorder: Bug Your Own Phone
Ever needed to record your phone calls? Let us pretend for a moment that you believe that there is some huge government conspiracy against you. If you tell anyone this, they’re going to think you’re crazy.…

3D Printing in Titanium: What’s Next, Unobtanium?

3D Printing in Titanium: What’s Next, Unobtanium?
Ever wanted to print something using one of those 3D material printers, but didn’t like how it just spat out some sort of weird plastic composite? Well thanks to new advances in the technology, you can…

15.6-inch Computer Screen is Powered by a USB Port

15.6-inch Computer Screen is Powered by a USB Port
If you are the type of notebook or netbook user that wants a larger screen when you are at home, but you don’t have a video output or spare power outlet available, you might be interested…

Samsung Central Station Wirelessly Provides Larger Monitor, Extra Ports

Samsung Central Station Wirelessly Provides Larger Monitor, Extra Ports
Not all of the gadgets featured at CES 2011 were exciting. Some of them are “merely” practical, like Samsung’s CA750 Central Station. It’s a dock and monitor in one, providing not only a larger display but…

MeeBlip Synthesizer Kit Encourages Hacking

MeeBlip Synthesizer Kit Encourages Hacking
If you’re into making electronic sounds and like to really get under the hood of your electronics, the MeeBlip is a new synthesizer kit designed for ease of assembly and hacking.…

Project HiJack Steals Power from iOS Headphone Jack

Project HiJack Steals Power from iOS Headphone Jack
I’m not a developer of accessories or gear for iOS devices, but I would have to imagine that much of the cost to develop the accessories would have to be the fees associated with Apple certification…

Triple-Boot Evolve III Maestro Tablet is Perfect for the Indecisive

Triple-Boot Evolve III Maestro Tablet is Perfect for the Indecisive
Tablets are great if you choose the right one, otherwise you might end up stuck with a thin slab of crap that you never use. If you are in the market for a new tablet, but…

Carbon Nanotubes Makes Aerogel Even Lighter Than it Already Was

Carbon Nanotubes Makes Aerogel Even Lighter Than it Already Was
Aerogel is a man-made material that was invented a while back. It’s one of those products that is really cool, but hasn’t made its way into anything too interesting that I have seen yet. Aerogel is…

Kid Chameleon’s Mac Plus DJ Helmet

Kid Chameleon’s Mac Plus DJ Helmet
DJs are always looking for ways to make their sets unique. I know. I was a techno DJ a few years ago, and you’re always looking for something new. How about making your own DJ helmet,…

DSO Nano v2.0 Puts An Oscilloscope in Your Pocket

DSO Nano v2.0 Puts An Oscilloscope in Your Pocket
Boy, I can remember when an oscilloscope was an unwieldy box with a vector screen, which required significant desktop space  – and cost at least a few hundred bucks. Now, thanks to modern technology, you can…

History of Video Games: A First-Person Perspective

History of Video Games: A First-Person Perspective
Here’s a fun video clip that does its best to sum up the history of video games from its earliest roots to present day. The 4-minute clip was created by a team of game design students…

New iPod Touch to Get Glasses-Free 3D Display? [Rumors]

New iPod Touch to Get Glasses-Free 3D Display? [Rumors]
There are tons of rumors floating around about the iPhone 5 and iPad 2, but not much about the next-generation iPod Touch. Here’s one of the more outlandish rumors I’ve come across.…

Radius PC Gives New Meaning to All-in-One Computers

Radius PC Gives New Meaning to All-in-One Computers
All-in-one computers are nothing new, but they tend to sacrifice power and upgradability in return for a relatively slim package. But  NextComputing’s Radius computers are the exact opposite – they don’t look nice, and they’re portable…
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