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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…

DigiPower Shows Off New iPad Accessories

DigiPower Shows Off New iPad Accessories
DigiPower has a ton of accessories that it makes for all sorts of Apple products and other gadgets. The company has unveiled a new line of three items that are for the iPad to make it…
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Kinect Controls Humanoid Robot: Giant Robotic Army Not Far Away

Kinect Controls Humanoid Robot: Giant Robotic Army Not Far Away
Another day, another Kinect hack. This particular hack is quite cool, mapping the body movements of a human onto the joints of a humanoid robot.…

iRiver U100 Gets Official, Heads to Korea

iRiver U100 Gets Official, Heads to Korea
iRiver has a bunch of different media players. The company has gone official with one of its first new products for 2011 and it is called the U100. The thing looks nice and can be had…

Jonathan Frey’s Horodron E-Ink Watch Looks Awesome

Jonathan Frey’s Horodron E-Ink Watch Looks Awesome
E-ink has been around for a while, but there aren’t that many watches which use it as a way of displaying the time. Jonathan Frey seeks to change this with his E-ink watch that he calls…

Arctic Laser Popcorn: Overkill Exemplified

Arctic Laser Popcorn: Overkill Exemplified
So you’ve got a couple of high-powered Arctic Spyder III blue lasers lying around. You’ve got to do something more impressive than aim them at a PowerPoint slideshow with ’em, right? Actually, if you’re not careful,…

KFA2 NVIDIA GTX 460 WHDI Video Card Goes Wireless

KFA2 NVIDIA GTX 460 WHDI Video Card Goes Wireless
I can understand why people don’t want wires with the stuff that goes to the computer. I have wired stuff because I hate lag and laggy keyboards and mice don’t work well for gaming and other…

95 Decibel Telephone Ringer Makes Sure Your Calls Will Not Go Unnoticed

95 Decibel Telephone Ringer Makes Sure Your Calls Will Not Go Unnoticed
Don’t you hate missing a call because you didn’t hear the ringer? Usually this problem can be fixed by turning your cell phone’s ringer on. However, some people do still rely on landline phones for the…

GPS Treasure Box Will Only Open Up in Specified Location

GPS Treasure Box Will Only Open Up in Specified Location
By reversing the rules of geocaching, Arduino Forum member RickP has come up with a great way to hide treasure or play a game. In case you’re not familiar with the game, geocaching involves looking for…

Moneual Play Ball PC: What Has Three Balls, Six Axes and Seven Windows?

Moneual Play Ball PC: What Has Three Balls, Six Axes and Seven Windows?
Would you believe what you’re looking at is a PC? Yep. This set of orbs is a completely functional Windows 7 PC, courtesy of the guys at Korea’s Moneaul.…

NZXT Bunker USB Locking Device Keeps Geek Thieves at Bay

NZXT Bunker USB Locking Device Keeps Geek Thieves at Bay
I have never been one to frequent LAN parties, but I once went to Quakecon and there were several people there that had some of their peripherals stolen while they were sleeping or getting food. NZXT…

Dell Streak 7 Meets Untimely Demise

Dell Streak 7 Meets Untimely Demise
Dell pulled the Streak 7 out of its hat at CES last week and the immediate thing that most of us wanted to know was at what point the computer maker decided to hamstring its tablet…

Google Goggles Now Solves Sudoku Puzzles

Google Goggles Now Solves Sudoku Puzzles
Ever played a game of Sudoku? I went through a phase a little while back where I was obsessed with the game. I love solving puzzles, and these fancy number games were rather addictive. I made…

Kinect Hack Turns You Into a Superhero

Kinect Hack Turns You Into a Superhero
When I first saw the Kinect demo for Forza I was extremely turned off. But almost every day, hackers are revealing the true potential of Microsoft’s device. You see, I think the greatest thing about the…

VideoEFX Converts 2D Video to 3D

VideoEFX Converts 2D Video to 3D
One of the more interesting little finds I saw over at CES was this gadget which claims to convert any of your 2D content into 3D on the fly. The VideoEFX takes content from your 2D…

ScentScape Programmable Aroma Generator: Boy, Does Your Computer Smell

ScentScape Programmable Aroma Generator: Boy, Does Your Computer Smell
This unusual gadget connects to your computer, and can be programmed to emit a variety aromas on digital cue. With an expected retail price of $69.99 (USD), ScentSciences‘ ScentScape device is a compact plug-and-play USB device…
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