Computing

ICU In A Suitcase For Critical Conditions

Nowadays, everything has got to be compact and portable. If it isn’t, you might as well throw it out with the rest of the unnecessarily obtuse crap. Here’s something everyone shouldn’t leave home without: a portable Intensive Care Unit. It’s got all you need jam packed in a suitcase-sized carrying case. An integrated ventilator with CO2 & O2 monitoring, ECG, ...

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Mac-O-Lanterns

Feeling like a Maverick? Like One-Eyed Jack? The Ace of Spades? Of course you do! Otherwise you wouldn’t be reading Gearfuse. Unleash your inner dork on October 31st and get ready for some Mac-O-Lanterns this Halloween. An Instructables article will walk you through the process of painting an old Mac orange and attaching a mouse to it. As for the ...

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Guy Plays World Of Warcraft All By Himself

It’s a no-brainer that some people play WoW a little too much. MMORPGs have always been about investing an insane amount of time to develop your character. We won’t ridicule forum-goer Gamer Prepared who runs 36 accounts of World of Warcraft because after all, that requires a serious gaming rig. What better way to eliminate the entire purpose of playing ...

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Powerwise Table

I’d love to meet the guy who designed the traditional power strip. I’d like to ask him what the fuck he was thinking when he was designing it. You can”t fit more than one video game AC adapter and if you do, it fucks everything else up. This is why I like the design of the Powerwise table, designed by ...

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Macbook Pro Spy Shots

Engadget has posted a photo that’s supposedly the new Macbook Pro that’s set to be unveiled today. As we can see, it sports a redesigned case, has a glass display and is blurry as hell. Since the event is in a few hours, we’ll take this with a grain of salt. Apple‘s notebooks are really overdue for a redesign, though, ...

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Microsoft Announces Windows 7

Up until now, Microsoft was peddling Windows Vista as it’s latest and greatest operating system. Sure, the company had briefly mentioned Windows 7 but it was just a codename and not much came out of it. Today, Microsoft is giving Windows 7 it’s official name and will be releasing developer betas soon. The official name of the next OS? Windows ...

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Sony’s Got The Best Controller

Stuart was in the market for a more comfortable controller for his rover platform. Unfortunately, all R/C controllers are flimsy and not so conforming to one’s hands. So instead, Stuart used a PlayStation 2 gamepad and totally DIY’ed himself a new controller for the rover. Operating wirelessly, the PlayStation controller controls the rover in such a way that you feel ...

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TunesRemote: An Android Remote For DACP Devices

While I can’t delve into a lot of the specifics of the G1 and how well it works, etc., I gotta say that Jeff Sharkey’s TunesRemote is probably the best app out there for an Android-enabled phone. After winning $275,000 in the Android Developer Challenge, Jeff went and reverse engineered the iPhone app that lets you control iTunes. Now he’s ...

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Shout At Your Monitor To Control The Cursor

When you can’t use a mouse because of too much Guitar Hero, don’t fret; alternative means of controlling your computer’s cursor are just over the horizon. The University of Washington is developing a vocally controlled mouse interface that’s completely hands free! Similar to speech recognition that aids in typing, the vocal joystick makes using a mouse as simple as humming ...

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Temperature Sweater

Call it a radical departure from the usual material on our site but I like the concept of the Temperature Sweater. With an embedded LCD on the sleeve, you’ll know when it’s getting cold enough to wear a sweater. One sleeve displays the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit whilst the other displays Celsius like a true working thermometer. Concept? Sure, but ...

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