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Bio-Refrigerator Concept Uses Zero Energy, Cools Items With Robot-Filled Goo. No, Seriously!

Bio-Refrigerator Concept Uses Zero Energy, Cools Items With Robot-Filled Goo. No, Seriously!
One of the 25 semi-finalists at this year’s Electrolux Design Lab competition is this radical re-imagining of the refrigerator, which if you think of it hasn’t really changed that much in recent years. We have refrigerators…

Hitachi Emiew2 Robot: Ready to Assimilate You With Cuteness

Hitachi Emiew2 Robot: Ready to Assimilate You With Cuteness
Hitachi just unveiled an updated version of its humanoid robot, the EMIEW2. This interesting acronym stands for Excellent Mobility and Interactive Existence as Workmate2, which probably sounds way better in Japanese.…
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Alt/1977 Envisions Today’S Tech, Yesterday

Alt/1977 Envisions Today’S Tech, Yesterday
What would have happened if you could have had an iPod, a laptop, or a cellphone all the way back in 1977? Designer Alex Varanese decided to go back in time with his modern gadgets to…

Belkin Conserve Valet USB Charging Station: Plug It and Forget It

Belkin Conserve Valet USB Charging Station: Plug It and Forget It
Now you don’t have to turn on your computer just to charge your USB gadgets. Belkin’s new product, the Conserve Valet, accommodates up to 4 USB-based devices at once.…

Dance, Robots, Dance!

Dance, Robots, Dance!
I don’t quite know why, but I rather enjoy watching robots dance. Maybe it’s because they’re supposed to be designed to do more serious things like assembling cars, detonating bombs, or performing surgery. However, there’s nothing…

Playstation Move Tech Demo Looks Great: Sony, Please Back It Up With Good Games

Playstation Move Tech Demo Looks Great: Sony, Please Back It Up With Good Games
Here’s a sharp contrast to the Kinect demo I talked about yesterday. IGN’s Executive Editor Greg Miller got to try out the PlayStation Move. Unfortunately Miller only had a tech demo with him, unlike yesterday where…

Ibm Supercomputer to Compete in Jeopardy!: World Domination for $800 Please

Ibm Supercomputer to Compete in Jeopardy!: World Domination for $800 Please
It is official: It is easier to beat the greatest chess player of all time than to win at Jeopardy!. At least that’s the case with supercomputers. I’m sure most of you have heard of Garry…

Sonim Xp3 Sentinel Mobile Phone Calls for Help and Can Survive Anything You Can Throw at It

Sonim Xp3 Sentinel Mobile Phone Calls for Help and Can Survive Anything You Can Throw at It
I lead a sheltered life, I work from home and only have to leave each day to run errands and mess about. I could stay home for a week straight, and no one would notice if…

Kinect Forza Demo: Do Not Want

Kinect Forza Demo: Do Not Want
To show off the capabilities of the new Kinect, Microsoft presented a demo of Forza Motorsport, which will be released next year. The demo showed how we can drive cars just by putting our hands in…

Gold-Plated Pencil Pistol: Mightier Than a Sword

Gold-Plated Pencil Pistol: Mightier Than a Sword
An elegantly concealed weapon covered in gold, this 1948 .22 cal pencil-pistol was made by The Late Maharaja of Jodhpur, who gave it as a present to Lord Mountbatten, the last Viceroy of India. Sounds like…

Letcool Handheld Game Emulator Offers 2-Player Goodness in Your Pocket

Letcool Handheld Game Emulator Offers 2-Player Goodness in Your Pocket
The latest in handheld emulators, the Letcool N350JP tries to one-up other portables by adding on something they don’t offer – a pair of external controllers for two-player fun. The compact system comes with emulators for…

Playstation Move Ray Gun Controller: Didn’T Marvin the Martian have One of These?

Playstation Move Ray Gun Controller: Didn’T Marvin the Martian have One of These?
If you didn’t think you looked stupid enough flailing your arms around with Sony’s new PlayStation Move motion controller, wait till you get a load of this. Sony has revealed their first add-on accessory for the…

Typographic Macbook Decals Reminds You to Give a Hoot, Don’t Leave Your Mac Book Plugged in

Typographic Macbook Decals Reminds You to Give a Hoot, Don’t Leave Your Mac Book Plugged in
These great typographic laptop stickers for your MacBook were created by Hu2 Design in collaboration of the French designer r.ferrer. They definitely make your MacBook look stand out in a crowded coffee house.…

Child of Eden: Crazy Music Game for Xbox 360 has Us Scratching Our Heads, but We Like It

Child of Eden: Crazy Music Game for Xbox 360 has Us Scratching Our Heads, but We Like It
Child of Eden is the latest casual video game from Tetsuya Mizuguchi, creator of REZ, Space Channel 5 and Lumines. The trippy psychedelic visuals and audio carry on the tradition of weird, wild, and addictive music…

Nintendo 3DS Revealed at E3: No Price or Release Date Yet

Nintendo 3DS Revealed at E3: No Price or Release Date Yet
Big N today took wraps off of their much-anticipated Nintendo 3DS handheld video game system at the E3 2010 show. The new handheld looks sort of like a DSi, but features a widescreen 3.5″ 3D display…

The New Mac Mini: All Aluminum, Faster, Hdmi, and $100 More to Start

The New Mac Mini: All Aluminum, Faster, Hdmi, and $100 More to Start
While Apple’s been touting the wonders of the iPad and iPhone 4, the Mac mini product team was feverishly working in the background on a major revamp of the classic small form-factor Mac. The new Mac…
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