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Digits Conductive Pins: the Missing Link Between Gloves and Touchscreens

Digits Conductive Pins: the Missing Link Between Gloves and Touchscreens
At last, you can now poke and prod your touchscreen even while wearing gloves. And no, you won’t need a sausage to do so. Quirky recently unveiled Digits, a set of conductive pins that attach to…

How Many Scientists Does It Take to Launch a Space Balloon?

How Many Scientists Does It Take to Launch a Space Balloon?
OK, I am no rocket scientist or NASA researcher, but even I know that winds aloft can be much stronger than the winds on the ground. You would think that despite a day being deemed calm…
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Google Integrates Virtual Keyboard to Search: τρομερός!

Google Integrates Virtual Keyboard to Search: τρομερός!
Recently, the nerds at Google had a minor eureka: not all languages use the same alphabet, and yet a large number of personal computers are equipped with keyboards that feature the Latin alphabet, which is the…

8-Bit Guitar Trades Chords for Combos

8-Bit Guitar Trades Chords for Combos
In the past few years, artists have started to use video game-like sounds to make music. Some have even recreated music using the sound chips from old computers and consoles in a musical genre known as…

Ibrite Drawing App for iPad: Lite Brite 2.0

Ibrite Drawing App for iPad: Lite Brite 2.0
Hey do you remember Lite Brite? I don’t. But it seems to be a classic. If you’re one of it’s fans, I have good news for you! The classic toy now has a more modern version,…

Digizoid Zo Personal Subwoofer: Amp Up the Bass

Digizoid Zo Personal Subwoofer: Amp Up the Bass
While there a million ways to take your audio with you, most of them involve rather meek, tinny sound, thanks to the physical limitations of most earbuds and small speaker tech. The guys at digiZoid hope…

Lok-It Secure Flash Drive: No Pin, No in

Lok-It Secure Flash Drive: No Pin, No in
…or something like that. The point is, this flash drive is as secure as Maid Marian’s chastity belt. Other password-protected flash drives use software for authentication. Anyone who’s watched a Hollywood flick that involves computers knows…

Powerv Quad Wii Remote Charger: Wii-Reless Power-Up

Powerv Quad Wii Remote Charger: Wii-Reless Power-Up
Konnet’s already given PS3 and Xbox 360 owners a lot of love, and now it’s aiming to serve Wii owners with the PowerV Quad charger. What’s neat about the PowerV Quad is definitely not it’s name,…

Feedling Feed Reader Puts Feeds on Your Table, Um, Desktop

Feedling Feed Reader Puts Feeds on Your Table, Um, Desktop
Web addicts rejoice: you can now view your feeds right on your desktop. Or should I say right over your desktop. Open source program Feedling lets Windows users pin headlines over their wallpaper. The location, font,…

Battizer Battery Charger: This Charge Goes to 11

Battizer Battery Charger: This Charge Goes to 11
Battery chargers are a dime a dozen, but when was the last time you heard of one that can fill up a battery to a higher capacity than when it was brand new? Supposedly, with the…

Ben Heck Cranks Out Another PS3 Slim Laptop

Ben Heck Cranks Out Another PS3 Slim Laptop
Looks like modder Ben Heck is at it once again. He’s cranked out yet another of his wondrous console casemods – this time it’s a new variation on his earlier PS3 Slim laptop. His latest take…

Patriot’S World’S Fastest Ddr3 RAM Guaranteed to Impress the Ladies

Patriot’S World’S Fastest Ddr3 RAM Guaranteed to Impress the Ladies
In the world of computer geeks, the length of one’s e-penis is often measured by how fast your rig performs in benchmarks. There are lots of things that can be done eke more performance out of…

Toshiba Mobile Display Shows Off No Glasses Required 3d Screen

Toshiba Mobile Display Shows Off No Glasses Required 3d Screen
I like 3D movies, but I really don’t like the glasses you have to wear. The glasses make you look like some weird guy from the 70’s. Sure there are cooler looking 3D glasses, but those…

Chicken Burger USB Hub: Why?

Chicken Burger USB Hub: Why?
I think the headline pretty much sums it up. I have no idea why anyone would either make or buy this thing, but it’s just too ridiculous to pass up. The Chicken Burger USB Hub definitely…

OLED Material Could Turn Any Surface Into a Nightvision Window

OLED Material Could Turn Any Surface Into a Nightvision Window
Scientists at the University of Florida have figured out a way to create a super thin film which could turn any clear surface into a nightvision portal. Using a technology similar to that found in OLED…

Youtube’S First Video: Historic, but Meh

Youtube’S First Video: Historic, but Meh
The first YouTube video was uploaded five years ago – April 23, 2005 to be exact. The site has gone a long way since then, being sold to Google for $1.6 billion, then wasting countless hours…
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