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Own the Car of the Future

Own the Car of the Future
If you thought the technology in the 2002 flick, Minority Report was impressive, you can now own one of the very cool futuristic cars that Tom Cruise drove in that film. One of the three custom-built Lexus 2054 concept cars made for the Cameron Crowe film will be put up…

Just How Far Can Did You Throw That Football?

Just How Far Can Did You Throw That Football?
This cool piece of sporting gear uses modern technology to help you answer that question. The football features a built in sensor that can track just how far you threw it, with accuracy down to 1 yard of the actual distance. A built-in LCD readout shows the distance you last…
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Philips Shows Board Game of the Future

Philips Shows Board Game of the Future
Taking a page from science fiction films, Philips has been working on this new concept in electronic gaming which allows players to use physical game pieces to interact with video “board” games. At the heart of Philips’ Entertaible system is a 32-inch touch-sensitive LCD embedded into the top of a…

Nasa’s Great Space Coaster

Nasa’s Great Space Coaster
NASA is thinking about a new technology to save the lives of astronauts if something goes wrong at launch time. The proposed new emergency escape system is actually based on those vertical drop roller-coasters that have popped up at amusement parks around the country. The idea is that if something…

The End of the Hard Disk: Solid State Drives Hit 160gb

The End of the Hard Disk: Solid State Drives Hit 160gb
This week, Adtron announced the availability of a new solid state drive (SSD) that’s capable of storing a record-breaking 160GB in its flash memory. The drive will be available in IDE and Serial ATA version. As storage size is rapidly approaching that of decent-sized hard drives, it would seem that…

PS3 Backwards Compat Whacked for Uk and Australia

PS3 Backwards Compat Whacked for Uk and Australia
Sony has revealed that its PlayStation 3 consoles to be released in UK, Europe, Australia and other countries this Spring will no longer have the Emotion Engine chip on board. This reduces the cost to produce the console, and also will kill much of the PlayStation 2 backwards compatibility found…

Sit on These Giant Key Caps

Sit on These Giant Key Caps
Designer Ross McBride has created these whimsical stools which are modeled after the keys on your computer keyboard. Command Sit stackable plastic stools look perfect for a dorm room or other playful space. The giant key seats provide one simple and succinct command, “sit.” They’re available in both black with…

Best Way to Destroy a Hard Drive

Best Way to Destroy a Hard Drive
If you’re concerned that someone might find your corporate secrets (or your nasty web surfing habits) on your used computer’s hard drive, check this out. The appropriately named BREAKS-EASY is a device designed to ensure that nobody can find the skeletons in your closet. Much like those can crushers you…

Alone in the Dark 5 in Game Footage

Alone in the Dark 5 in Game Footage
The preview footage below pretty much speaks for itself. Atari’s upcoming horror game Alone in the Dark 5 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC is looking really, really good. While the YouTube clip below doesn’t really do justice to the visuals, you can get a pretty good idea…

Which Gaming Console is the Biggest Power Hog?

Which Gaming Console is the Biggest Power Hog?
The hardware geeks over at hardCOREware recently ran a battery of tests to determine which of the current generation of video game systems uses the most power. Unsurprisingly, the Nintendo Wii consumes significantly less power than the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and a typical gaming PC. I was surprised, though…

Lebedev Tells the Time in Words

Lebedev Tells the Time in Words
Russian industrial designer, Art Lebedev has introduced his latest creation, a clock that displays time using words rather than numbers or hands. Lebedev’s Verbarius clock spells out the time using phrases like “fifteen minutes to five.” The clock is multi-lingual and can tell time in Russian, English, German, Spanish or…

Apple and Cisco Kiss and Make Up

Apple and Cisco Kiss and Make Up
Apple and Cisco have been duking it out over the last few months over who rightfully possessed the right to use the moniker “iPhone.” Tonight, the companies have jointly announced an agreement which will allow both companies to use the iPhone name on their own products. No financial details were…

Perps to Get a Cheap Thrill During Patdowns

Perps to Get a Cheap Thrill During Patdowns
Police officers in England now have a strange new trick up their sleeves in the war against crime. The Roboglove is a special glove that police can wear when patting down suspects that contains a miniature metal detector. The battery-operated glove vibrates to alert officers when it comes across knives,…

A Cell Phone for Your Dog?

A Cell Phone for Your Dog?
Mobile phones have become more and more accessible over the years, and now your canine family members don’t need to feel left out. The PetsCELL phone is a special waterproof cell phone that provides GPS tracking of your pet’s whereabouts, but also integrates voice calling features. Now why, you may…

Tdk Xa-10 Speakers Are Super Thin

Tdk Xa-10 Speakers Are Super Thin
Flat panel speakers using NXT technology aren’t anything new, but these new speakers from TDK distinguish themselves by being so small and slim that you can slip them into your pocket. These TDK Xa-10 flat speakers measure just 3.15″ (w) x 4.6″ (h) x 0.63″ (d) and weigh just 2.43…

Griffin Reflect: Chrome Cases for Your iPod

Griffin Reflect: Chrome Cases for Your iPod
iPod accessory maker Griffin Technology just rolled out their new cases for Spring 2007, and the highlight of the bunch is their new Reflect case which adds a slick chrome shell to your 5G iPod or 2G iPod Nano. Priced at $24.99 each, the cases are made from a mirrored-chrome…
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