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Gadgets, Gizmos, and Games for Geeks

Star Wars Costume Hoodies: The Dark Side of the Fleece

Star Wars Costume Hoodies: The Dark Side of the Fleece
Ok, they’re not made out of fleece, but the headline sounded way better that way. “The Dark Side of the 60% Cotton / 40% Polyester” didn’t roll off the tongue the same way. Regardless, these Dark…

Minecraft Mousepad is Pixelated Perfection

Minecraft Mousepad is Pixelated Perfection
I’ve still not completely figured out why Minecraft has blown up the way it has, but all I can figure is that it’s sort of like having a set of digital LEGO blocks – and we…
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Aaron Ristau Back with Rotobot Wireless Mouse Version 2

Aaron Ristau Back with Rotobot Wireless Mouse Version 2
Early last year we talked about a steampunk wired mouse called the Rotobotmouse made by Aaron Ristau. The designer is back with another new mouse for geeks that like retro mixed with modern called the Wireless…

3DS Passes Million Sold in Japan – Finally

3DS Passes Million Sold in Japan – Finally
Sales of the Nintendo 3DS have started very slowly. The console is selling at a mere trickle compared to how the DS, DS Lite and DSi sold since their respective launches. Nintendo has already admitted that…

iTunes Costs $1.3B to Operate Each Year (Estimated)

iTunes Costs $1.3B to Operate Each Year (Estimated)
I would bet that many people out there have purchased music or apps from iTunes at some point. Even if you don’t use the iPhone, iTunes is still the most popular digital music store around. I…

Origami Yoda: Strong in This One, the Folds Are

Origami Yoda: Strong in This One, the Folds Are
This laminated origami sculpture of the late great Grand Master was masterfully created by Etsy seller and papercraft Jedi catamation. It’s about 3.5″ tall, or about one-tenth of Yoda, if the Star Wars Wikia is to…

iLive Clock Radio iPhone/iPod Touch Dock: An Analog Clock for Your Digital Device

iLive Clock Radio iPhone/iPod Touch Dock: An Analog Clock for Your Digital Device
I admit that I have trouble seeing my cell phone in the mornings when I wake up, but this dock seems to do the trick, with nice big numbers that are easy to see from afar,…

Make Your Own Franklin: Darth Vader 100 Dolla Bills, Y’all

Make Your Own Franklin: Darth Vader 100 Dolla Bills, Y’all
Check out how imposing a Darth Vader-inspired 100-dollar bill would look like! Personally, I’d like to see this in a future currency printing. This image is part of a project called Make Your Franklin by Vincent…

Macbook Air External Battery Uses C Batteries, Defeats the Point of Owning a Macbook Air

Macbook Air External Battery Uses C Batteries, Defeats the Point of Owning a Macbook Air
One of the main selling points of Apple’s MacBook Air will always be its incredibly small size and weight, so a complementary bulky charger that uses bulky, heavy batteries seems quite an absurd idea. But stranger,…

Cool Fingers Protect Your Digits When You’re Too Lazy to Use Oven Mitts

Cool Fingers Protect Your Digits When You’re Too Lazy to Use Oven Mitts
After a long day at the office, I just want to switch on the television and watch away while I have my dinner. Sometimes, I get home to cold food and I could not be more…

Is Raleigh, NC Building a Death Star?

Is Raleigh, NC Building a Death Star?
The Death Star plans may not be  in the main computer, but it does look like they are floating around Raleigh, North Carolina these days. I spotted the first of these mysterious photos over on Flickr…

Virtual Boy Goes to the Arcade

Virtual Boy Goes to the Arcade
You may not know it, but the Nintendo 3DS wasn’t Nintendo’s first attempt at 3D gaming – it’s actually the third. The first system was a little-known 3D system for the Famicom, but the one most…

Acer Revo RL100 Finally Available Stateside

Acer Revo RL100 Finally Available Stateside
The Acer Revo RL100 Media center was released about 6 months ago in Asia, and we’re finally going to get it in the US. It’s supposed to be a digital media hub and is for those…

Brando Bombshell MP3 Player: Exploding With Weirdness

Brando Bombshell MP3 Player: Exploding With Weirdness
I have so many questions about this MP3 player. Why not just call it a dynamite MP3 player? Why is it dynamite shaped? Why is it silver colored? What’s with the skull and crossbones? Oh wait.…

Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman Has Karaoke Mode, Lets You Annoy People on the Go

Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman Has Karaoke Mode, Lets You Annoy People on the Go
Sony Ericsson unveiled a new music-oriented phone last week called the Mix Walkman. Aside from the usual range of features we’ve come to expect from smartphones, the Mix Walkman has a couple of neat extras that…

Breakfast-Making Robots: Short Circuit Cooks

Breakfast-Making Robots: Short Circuit Cooks
If you’re like me, you’d love some robot to prepare your breakfast, kind of like those crazy machines from Back to the Future. While today’s robots are certainly smarter than Doc Brown’s jury-rigged breakfast maker, you…
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