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These new robots from the Taiwan-based Aurora Group are set to invade China. Well, that’s not exactly what they’re doing there. They’ll be shown in Shanghai at the World Expo. Still, Shanghai is in China, so you never know what those ‘bots might be up to.
I’ve mentioned before that when it comes to gadgets and electronics, my wife and I are fundamentally different. I want something that looks cool, but primarily it has to work. I am the form follows function type.
It may not be life-sized, but Bandai’s 1/12 RX-78-2 Gundam is still huge. It’s about 5 feet high and weighs about 77 lbs.; assembling it will surely be one hell of a weekend project.
As you can see, the Gundam comes equipped with equally gigantic accessories – a beam saber, a rifle and its iconic shield.
3D is going to be everywhere this year, thanks to James Cameron’s Avatar. I recently read that even Mars would be filmed in 3D on those Pathfinder drones. Now, it looks like Sharp came up with a new and cute little add-on that will allow you to film 3D with your phone!
If your kid can spend even a minute in the tub with this toy then you have one brave offspring.
My god. Are those bandages or burnt rubber duckie flesh? I don’t know why I’m even telling you this, but here goes: you can order the Silent Hill Rubber Duckie from UndeadEd at Etsy for $20 (USD).
In the words of its creator, the Cthulhu Mythos Chess Set “feature indescribable forces of madness and the grotesque,” and “will strain the sanity of the stoutest soul.” I’m just trying to figure out which piece is what.
Sprint today revealed full details for their new HTC EVO 4G, the first Android phone to support 4G/WiMAX connectivity.
Hardware specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8650 (1GHz) processor, and an 800×480 4.3″ capacitive touchscreen display. Battery life is rated at 6 hours of talk time.
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Empire Strikes Back, all sorts of cool Star Wars themed merch is starting to find its way to market this year. One of my favorites so far? This soft and fluffy rug that looks like a Wampa.
Destroying things is fun. Destroying things with robots is even cooler, especially with large robots that are basically used in construction and have a full-sized jackhammer on board. That’s the DXR 310 in a nutshell.
I love how Husqvarna uses the words “compact” in the description of this robot, but I’m not sure what they’re comparing it to for size reference.
Thanks to Sony’s α NEX cameras, I now know the true meaning of gadget porn. I just can’t stop looking at these sexy things, and I’m not even into photography. Sony claims that these are the world’s smallest interchangeable lens cameras – portable, yet versatile.
Before the rest of the new Knights of the Round Table assault me, this story isn’t really as scandalous as it seems. You see, the big screen’s Gandalf and Magneto really looked like a beggar when the incident happened.
We’ve featured a lot of LED lamps here at technabob, but Home Depot’s offering is by far the most affordable one I’ve seen. Made by Lighting Science, the EcoSmart aka Definity A19 bulb is rated at 429 lumens yet consumes a mere 8.8 watts.
Steve Thomas‘ video game propaganda posters are a great addition to any game room or office. The latest in his series are the retro-cool Pac-Man, Dragons Lair and Space Invaders prints, but if you dig into the series, you’ll find everyone from Dig Dug to Donkey Kong to Tron in the mix.
After yesterday’s iPod revolution post, it comes to no surprise that there are quite a few of these infographics from Online Schools that are really interesting. This one has everything to do with the original Star Trek series.