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The Macbox Mod, the Os Xbox Pro

The Macbox Mod, the Os Xbox Pro
You know what’s big? Xbox and Xbox 360 cases console cases. You could fit all kinds of things in there, if you were so inclined… like a make-your-own-Macbook, or possibly a small elephant. But the Macbook?…
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I-T Click Click Mouse: for People With Really Weak Wrists

I-T Click Click Mouse: for People With Really Weak Wrists
Although it looks slightly like a sex toy, Suvil’s I-T Click Click is actually a mouse. Measuring only 3.4 x 1 x 0.8-inches, it’s so thin that you won’t need anything but your thumb and index…
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Is This Hp Webcam Racist?

Is This Hp Webcam Racist?
Meet Desi. He’s in front of an HP MediaSmart computer, which has a fancy face tracking software that allows its webcam to follow your face within the confines of the frame. Desi may look like a…
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Blump It Tablet Interface Tries to Outdo Joojoo

Blump It Tablet Interface Tries to Outdo Joojoo
With all the buzz about tablet PCs like the soon-to-be-maybe-released CrunchPad JooJoo and sure-to-be-possible-someday Apple tablet, it was only a matter of time before the market will fill up with a variety of tablets and interfaces…
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Ghost in the Shell: Scientists Working on Programming Morality Into Machines

Ghost in the Shell: Scientists Working on Programming Morality Into Machines
Earlier this year, Luís Moniz Pereira of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, in Portugal and Ari Saptawijaya of the Universitas Indonesia published a paper describing what they think is a stepping stone to having artificial intelligence…
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Gameboy Hidden Inside a Calculator

Gameboy Hidden Inside a Calculator
In this era of mobile and handheld gaming, it’s becoming harder to hide your in-class distractions. But no one ever suspects the calculator; a student clutching a phone is clearly messing around, but someone with a…
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Synthetic Red Blood Cells Being Developed, Conservative Vampires Condemn It

Synthetic Red Blood Cells Being Developed, Conservative Vampires Condemn It
First we had artificial pork, and now we have artificial blood. Scientist Samir Mitragotri and his colleagues have successfully created artificial red blood cells using biodegradable polymer molds. The lab-made cells are of the same size…
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Cherrypal Africa $99 Netbook: Too Cheap to be True?

Cherrypal Africa $99 Netbook: Too Cheap to be True?
Cherrypal specializes in selling cheap computers, and their latest product is testament to that. The Africa is a 7-inch netbook equipped with a 400 MHz processor, 256 MB of RAM and 2 GB flash memory, and…
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Pong Prom: the Gamer’S Way of Asking Someone to Dance

Pong Prom: the Gamer’S Way of Asking Someone to Dance
Ed Keeble must be smitten with a fellow gamer, because there is no way that his gimmick would work with other people. The aforementioned gimmick is Pong Prom, and here’s how it works: “Participants don specially-designed…
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Kingk N99 Phone has a Round Screen and Random Logos

Kingk N99 Phone has a Round Screen and Random Logos
This mobile phone from China features an unusual visual touch – and no, I’m not talking about that Transformers logo on the front. I’m talking about that funky round LCD screen. The KINGK N99 has a…
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Nixon Master Blaster Headphones: Blast Your Ears in Comfort

Nixon Master Blaster Headphones: Blast Your Ears in Comfort
After a few too many days wearing those dainty little earbuds that ship with most media players these days, it’s easy to forget what a real pair of headphones look and sound like. That’s what Nixon’s…
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The Copenhagen Wheel, Making Your Biking Trip Smarter and Easier

The Copenhagen Wheel, Making Your Biking Trip Smarter and Easier
This week, MIT unveiled the Copenhagen Wheel at the Copenhagen Conference on Climate Change in Denmark. The wheel works with the power of you – every time you brake while biking, it charges the wheel’s internal…
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Robovie-Ii: the Grocery Shopping Robot From Japan

Robovie-Ii: the Grocery Shopping Robot From Japan
Robovie-II is the latest robot coming out of Japan. It helps you do your grocery shopping. This is perfect if you have a lot of groceries to lug around, if you are older, or disabled. Plus,…
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Maratac Aaa Flashlight: Heavy on the Light, Light on the Heavy

Maratac Aaa Flashlight: Heavy on the Light, Light on the Heavy
Although County Comm’s website leaves a lot to be desired, their flashlights are no-nonsense, functional gadgets. Take the Maratac AAA flashlights for example. It’s made of aircraft-grade aluminum and its lens has been treated with an…
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Dreamtouch: Multitouch Display Counts All 32 of Your Fingers

Dreamtouch: Multitouch Display Counts All 32 of Your Fingers
As I sit here in front of my HP Touchsmart PC, I can interact with many applications using my fingertips, but due to the size of the computer’s 25.5″ display, HP had to go with an…
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Oscemote: the Ultimate iPhone Remote Control App

Oscemote: the Ultimate iPhone Remote Control App
OSCemote is a cool app that lets you remotely interact with applications on your remote PC using the multi-touch screen of your iPhone or iPod Touch. The $4.99 (USD) app sends OSC (Open Sound Control) messages…
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