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Archive for January 2011

Radius PC Gives New Meaning to All-in-One Computers

Radius PC Gives New Meaning to All-in-One Computers
All-in-one computers are nothing new, but they tend to sacrifice power and upgradability in return for a relatively slim package. But  NextComputing’s Radius computers are the exact opposite – they don’t look nice, and they’re portable in the sense that anything you can carry is portable, but they can be as powerful as any traditional desktop PC.

Boba Fett’s Invoice: No Taxes?

Boba Fett’s Invoice: No Taxes?
Carbonite ain’t cheap. Wall hangers cost extra too.

DigiPower Shows Off New iPad Accessories

DigiPower Shows Off New iPad Accessories
DigiPower has a ton of accessories that it makes for all sorts of Apple products and other gadgets. The company has unveiled a new line of three items that are for the iPad to make it easier to use and take with you on the road.

Kinect Controls Humanoid Robot: Giant Robotic Army Not Far Away

Kinect Controls Humanoid Robot: Giant Robotic Army Not Far Away
Another day, another Kinect hack. This particular hack is quite cool, mapping the body movements of a human onto the joints of a humanoid robot.

iRiver U100 Gets Official, Heads to Korea

iRiver U100 Gets Official, Heads to Korea
iRiver has a bunch of different media players. The company has gone official with one of its first new products for 2011 and it is called the U100. The thing looks nice and can be had in a couple colors, with the green and pink offerings in the photo below.

British Military Wants Invisible Tanks by 2013

British Military Wants Invisible Tanks by 2013
Researchers at BAE systems are hard at work on a system that uses E-ink and a hoard of sensors to render tanks almost invisible to the naked eye. The system is dubbed e-camouflage and would project the landscape around the tank onto the surface of the tank to make it very hard to see.

Hackers Break into Medical Server to Host COD: Black Ops Game

Hackers Break into Medical Server to Host COD: Black Ops Game
There are a bunch of people really pissed at some hackers right now after the hackers wormed their way into a server that held medical records on 230,000 people. The servers that were compromised belong to Seacoast Radiology in New Hampshire.

Super Mario Bros. X: Mario Fangasm

Super Mario Bros. X: Mario Fangasm
Super Mario Bros. fans, if you thought you played every level from every single world of every single episode of the Super Mario series ever, have I’ve got a treat for you.

Tetris Sugar Cubes: Level Up Your Tea!

Tetris Sugar Cubes: Level Up Your Tea!
It turns out there’s more than one way to get rid of those pesky Tetris blocks. Sure, you can wait for them to neatly stack into a row so they vanish, or…

Tokyo Control: World’s First 3D TV Series

Tokyo Control: World’s First 3D TV Series
Yes, 3D TVs are cool, but until you have shows that you can watch on them, they are somewhat useless. It looks like Sony and two Japanese broadcasters, Fuji and SkyPerfectTV, are set to launch the world’s first 3D TV series.

Liquid Image Impact Goggles for Off-Roading Record Video in 1080p

Liquid Image Impact Goggles for Off-Roading Record Video in 1080p
The gang over at Liquid Image has been making goggles for scuba diving for years that have a camcorder inside, and they have a line of goggles just for skiing and other snow sports that have a camcorder as well.

Firebox Offers Angry Birds Plush Toys for UK Geeks

Firebox Offers Angry Birds Plush Toys for UK Geeks
I really like Angry Birds, even if it does occasionally frustrate me and I fear the bill I will get from the in app purchases my daughter made. We have seen some plush toys made in the likeness of the Angry Birds characters before, but those were seemingly for US geeks only.

Jonathan Frey’s Horodron E-Ink Watch Looks Awesome

Jonathan Frey’s Horodron E-Ink Watch Looks Awesome
E-ink has been around for a while, but there aren’t that many watches which use it as a way of displaying the time. Jonathan Frey seeks to change this with his E-ink watch that he calls the Horodron.

Jason Brockert’s American Icon Paintings: Geek Icons

Jason Brockert’s American Icon Paintings: Geek Icons
Jason Brockert’s American Icon is a series of still life paintings of his childhood toys. Brockert says he chose his subjects “with a twinge of nostalgia”, and that “these paintings indulge in a mix of whimsy and seriousness.”

Sony Announces External Monitor for DSLR Video Shooting

Sony Announces External Monitor for DSLR Video Shooting
Fancy shooting video with your DSLR? When you’re shooting still images with a DSLR, there really isn’t much of an issue with using the viewfinder to see what you’re snapping pictures of. However, with the rise of DSLRs that also shoot HD video, even the LCD screens on the cameras don’t quite cut it.

Sackboy Computer Action Figure: He’s a PC.

Sackboy Computer Action Figure: He’s a PC.
Why would a character from a PS3 exclusive game be wearing a PC? Why wear a computer for that matter? Never mind, Sackboy’s still cute. The officially licensed Sackboy Computer Gear action figure comes in two sizes – the 3″ figure sells for appx.

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