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Using Disk Drives and 3D Printers as MIDI Musical Instruments

Using Disk Drives and 3D Printers as MIDI Musical Instruments
We’ve seen floppy drives and hard drives used to make music, but laurens.weyn’s Unconventional Instrument Orchestra can use “pretty much anything with steppers, or anything that makes noise on a signal pulse as percussion.” That includes hard drives, and floppy drives along with 3D printers, CNC machines and even doorbells.

Nanoarcade: A Tiny Arcade Cabinet on the Cheap

Nanoarcade: A Tiny Arcade Cabinet on the Cheap
Have you always wanted an arcade cabinet, but didn’t have the space or the money to invest in one? Well Nanoarcade hopes to change that with their teensy arcade cabinet that’s small enough to keep in your desk drawer at work so the boss doesn’t see you playing it.
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Rim Blackberry Playbook Tablet Takes Aim at iPad – Price, Release Date Not Set

Rim Blackberry Playbook Tablet Takes Aim at iPad – Price, Release Date Not Set
The success that Apple has had with the iPad means that just about every maker of gadgets out there that can build a tablet wants one on the market. The latest iPad competitor to land is from RIM and is called the Blackberry PlayBook.

Bphone Flipscreen Smartphone Runs Linux, Java

Bphone Flipscreen Smartphone Runs Linux, Java
If you’re in the market for a smartphone, but want to run something besides Windows Mobile, Android or the iPhone OS, you might want to check out this little rarity from China that runs on a flavor of the Linux operating system.

Mplayit: Try Free Mobile Game Demos Before You Buy

Mplayit: Try Free Mobile Game Demos Before You Buy
How many times have you plunked down your hard earned cash on a new game for your mobile phone, only to find out the game sucked? Now you can try out full (time-limited) versions of many mobile games right in your web browser before you decide to buy.

Sci-Phone: iPhone Clone Runs Java Apps, Still Phony

Sci-Phone: iPhone Clone Runs Java Apps, Still Phony
Nope, your eyes aren’t fooling you. This isn’t an actual iPhone. It’s the latest in a long line of iPhone knock-offs to find its way to our shores from China. The SciPhone isn’t the first iPhone clone out there, but it’s the first one I’ve seen that claims to run native Java applications.
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