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Transducer Network of Silence: Mit Engineers Working on Sound Masking Tech

Transducer Network of Silence: Mit Engineers Working on Sound Masking Tech
MIT engineers Joe Paradiso and Yasuhiro Ono want to patent what they’re calling “Distributed Acoustic Conversation Shielding”. Yup, it’s like Get Smart’s Cone of Silence, except that it actually works. I hope. Paradiso and Ono’s acoustic…
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Arch Audio T2 Vacuum Tube Radio Plays Am, Fm, Mp3, Wma

Arch Audio T2 Vacuum Tube Radio Plays Am, Fm, Mp3, Wma
I was making the regular rounds of my favorite Asian technology sites when I came across this intriguing hybrid of modern and classic technologies. The Arch Audio T2 radio combines the warm analog sounds of a…
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Repurpose That Junk Into a Smokin’ Hot Raygun

Repurpose That Junk Into a Smokin’ Hot Raygun
If you know how to turn old camera and radio parts into a real raygun, please let me know. Until that day comes (and I’m hopeful that it will!), we’ll have to settle for checking out…
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Myka Open-Source Bittorrent Capable Media Receiver Eager to Take a Bite Out of Apple Tv

Myka Open-Source Bittorrent Capable Media Receiver Eager to Take a Bite Out of Apple Tv
While Apple TV gives its users access to a lot of popular movies and TV shows, its limited functionality and lack of support for other popular sources of content means that it won’t be as popular…
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Mvix Nubbin 802.11n Wifi Adapter: Small Size, Small Price

Mvix Nubbin 802.11n Wifi Adapter: Small Size, Small Price
I love pocket-sized gadgets – I like to think of my PSP as cargo pants-pocket sized – but recently we’ve seen stuff that could fit in your pocket’s pocket, if it had one. Here we have…
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16-Port USB Hub: That Enough for You?

16-Port USB Hub: That Enough for You?
If the Mac Mini’s 5 USB ports are still somehow not enough for your needs (and you don’t have one of these), then get one of these bad boys. As you can see, you can connect…
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Star Wars at-at Cake is a Lumbering, Sugary Menace

Star Wars at-at Cake is a Lumbering, Sugary Menace
We’ve all seen a lot of geek culture-inspired cakes; this is the Internet, and food porn is big, after all. But this may just be the ultimate in cake geekery–so ultimate, in fact, that it may…
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Spotlight Gps Pet Locator Will Make Lost Pet Posters Obsolete

Spotlight Gps Pet Locator Will Make Lost Pet Posters Obsolete
Positioning Animals Worldwide, Inc. (PAW) and the American Kennel Club will soon be offering a high-tech way of keeping track of your pet dogs. The service is called SpotLight, and it combines Assisted GPS technology along…
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Touch Screens Could Get Bumpy Someday

Touch Screens Could Get Bumpy Someday
As much as I dig my iPhone and HP Touchsmart touchscreens, there’s something that I still miss about actually feeling buttons under my fingertips. And while I’ve gotten pretty good at typing without even looking at…
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Ace the Robot Does What Male Drivers Won’T: Ask for Directions

Ace the Robot Does What Male Drivers Won’T: Ask for Directions
Martin Buss and his team at the Technical University of Munich created a robot that relies on help from humans to get to its destination. The robot is called Autonomous City Explorer or ACE, and while…
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Ars Technica Flash Drive Roundup: No Surprises Here

Ars Technica Flash Drive Roundup: No Surprises Here
It doesn’t take a genius to predict that over time, gadgets will be cheaper compared to their predecessors, and they’ll have improved performance as well. And that’s basically what Ars Technica’s 5-page 2009 flash drive roundup…
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Out of Body Experience: Machine Keeps Disembodied Animal Hearts Beating

Out of Body Experience: Machine Keeps Disembodied Animal Hearts Beating
Researchers at North Carolina State University have invented a machine that can keep an animal heart functional even after it has been removed from its body. Freaky. Andrew Richards, a Ph.D. student in mechanical engineering, designed…
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Piece Together Jigsaw Puzzles on the Nintendo Ds

Piece Together Jigsaw Puzzles on the Nintendo Ds
Sometimes, the fact that the Nintendo DS is region-free really comes in handy, even for folks who can’t read a single Japanese character. You don’t have to read a thing to do jigsaw puzzles so long…
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Muji Wall-Mounted CD Player: Pull String, Hear Music

Muji Wall-Mounted CD Player: Pull String, Hear Music
Now this is something I really really want: a stylish, easy-to-use CD player. Pull the string to turn the player on, pull it again to make the player stop. The volume and search buttons are on…
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LEGO USB Hubs Offer Colorful, Stackable Connectivity

LEGO USB Hubs Offer Colorful, Stackable Connectivity
Can’t get enough LEGO bricks? Then here’s another accessory for your desktop that you might want to add to your collection. These USB hubs from Systown bear more than a passing resemblance to LEGO blocks. Perfect…
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Thumb Callouses Are So Over: Super Mario Bros Controlled With Music

Thumb Callouses Are So Over: Super Mario Bros Controlled With Music
I love Mario, but even I have to admit that the old school games are, well, old. I’ve played ‘em a million times, and even though Super Mario Bros is a classic, it’s always fun to…
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