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Samsung Braille Phone Packs a More Literal Touchscreen

Samsung Braille Phone Packs a More Literal Touchscreen
Touchscreens these days mostly allow us to use our fingers like a mouse cursor – point, click, slide etc. Designer Seonkeun Park wants to make a phone for the blind, with a screen and keypad that…
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Rodem Next-Gen Wheelchair Doesn’T Look Like a Wheelchair at All

Rodem Next-Gen Wheelchair Doesn’T Look Like a Wheelchair at All
Gundam fans! Veda (Vader?) is real! And it’s in Japan of course. Fortunately the Veda International Robot Research and Development Centre isn’t out to control or enslave humanity. It’s a joint project by robotics company Tmsuk…
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That was Fast: Shadow Complex in LEGO

That was Fast: Shadow Complex in LEGO
Shadow Complex was released for XBLA fewer than ten days ago, and not only is it hugely controversial, but it’s also got a LEGO tribute already. And you thought something like Grand Theft Auto IV made…
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Nokia Booklet 3g Netbook Coming Soon, Looking Awesome

Nokia Booklet 3g Netbook Coming Soon, Looking Awesome
If Apple does release a Tablet PC, fanboys would do well to thank Nokia, because the Finland handset maker was one of the first to come up with Mobile Internet Devices, or MIDs. Now they’re back…
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Dad Finds New Use for CD-ROM Tray: Baby Rocker

Dad Finds New Use for CD-ROM Tray: Baby Rocker
Ah, the ol’ CD drive. It can read CDs. It can write on CDs. Idiots use it as a coaster and then call tech support if it stops working. And it can put babies to sleep.…
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Atari Punk Console has Three Settings: Bleep, Bloop and Loud

Atari Punk Console has Three Settings: Bleep, Bloop and Loud
For those of you unfamiliar with the concept of the Atari Punk Console (APCs), they’re analog noisemakers that offer up sounds that are reminiscent of the old square-wave bleeps and bloops of the classic Atari 2600…
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Music Cage Doesn’T Need a Bird to Chirp Tunes

Music Cage Doesn’T Need a Bird to Chirp Tunes
In movies, cartoons and RPGs, nothing says “Good Morning!” like a couple of birds chirping. Except of course someone actually saying “Good Morning!” But I’d rather not have birds as pets if it means locking them…
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Lumines for iPhone: Might as Well Solder It to Your Hand Now

Lumines for iPhone: Might as Well Solder It to Your Hand Now
The gamers among us have all had those nights of long hours and dry eyes, the mutters of “just a little further,” and the bleary post-victory mornings when there is just not enough coffee in the…
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Technabob Welcomes Writer Chris Holzworth

Technabob Welcomes Writer Chris Holzworth
I'd like to send greetings and salutations to Technabob's new contributing writer, Chris Holzworth. Student journalist. Avid video game player. Contributor extraordinaire. Aviator aficionado. Chris fancies himself an enigma wrapped in mystery, a creature of diversity who despises perpetuating nerdy stereotypes.
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Web Coder Bumper Stickers: Honk if You Love to Write Code!

Web Coder Bumper Stickers: Honk if You Love to Write Code!
Are you an unemployed web developer? Why not show off your resume credentials with these funny web technology bumper stickers. John Freeborn’s CODE Stickers are perfect for building geek cred with the guy in your rear-view…
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Freetron Funplay: Play 20 Classic Sega Genesis Games on Your Tv or in the Car

Freetron Funplay: Play 20 Classic Sega Genesis Games on Your Tv or in the Car
This portable gaming system looks a whole lot like Sonic The Hedgehog. So it’s a good thing that it actually plays a variety of classic SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive games. Freetron’s FunPlay 20-in-1 not only can be…
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Steampunk Xbox Mod is a Bit of All Right

Steampunk Xbox Mod is a Bit of All Right
I think what I love most about steampunk-styled Xbox 360 mods is that they just don’t go together at all. Top hats, monocles, and a spot of Halo–no, I don’t think that would have been seen…
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Recharge Your iPhone 3g or 3gs With the Power of the Sun

Recharge Your iPhone 3g or 3gs With the Power of the Sun
As much as I love all the bells-and-whistles of my shiny new iPhone 3GS, I have to say that there’s still never enough battery life to get through the entire day of usage — on my…
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Synthglove: Nintendo Power Glove as Midi Controller

Synthglove: Nintendo Power Glove as Midi Controller
Got a spare Nintendo Power Glove sitting around? Why not do something cool with it like turning it into a modern musical instrument? That’s what synth hacker Denkitribe did when he rewired an old Famicom/NES Power…
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Sticky Light Laser Scanner Follows Your Every Move

Sticky Light Laser Scanner Follows Your Every Move
The Sticky Light is an interactive plaything that’s capable of scanning movements in real time, and following them with a laser light beam. The tracking technology, developed by the Department of Information Physics at the University…
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Pronto4 Strap-on Kit Converts Vehicles Into Real Life (Non-Transforming) Autobots

Pronto4 Strap-on Kit Converts Vehicles Into Real Life (Non-Transforming) Autobots
The Pronto4 strap-on kit from Utah-based Kairos Autonomi can turn any ordinary vehicle into an autonomous and unmanned one, able to follow waypoints and can go as fast as 90 mph. Of course, users also have…
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