Computing

TwinMOS Mirror-Surfaced Slider USB Drive

Even the best of us have some legendary lapses of memory, including forgetting where we put the cap to our USB flash drive. The TwinMOS Mobile Disk P1 solves this problem by not even including a cap, instead opting for a sliding mechanism. The device by TwinMOS also has a slick mirrored surface and 6 multicolored LED lights which glow ...

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Transl8 IM Txt In2 Str8 English

Baby boomers rejoice. A tech gadget made for the Nixon through Carter generation is always good, as boomers are more often than not, immune to learning about technology. Cre8txt has developed this keypad which aids in translating the IM-speak of those damn kids. I mean, what the hell is a ROFLcopter anyway! When your faced with a communication barrier, have ...

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Awesome Antique Heirloom Laptop Mod

Man, oh man, have we seen some kickass notebook mods in our day. It feels like it was only yesterday that I was proclaiming the iTop the coolest thing since sliced bread. This Antique notebook mod is really one for the record books. Running off of Ubuntu (like that even matters when your computer looks like this), the Heirloom mod ...

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USB Robot Webcam Will Catch Nanny Being Naughty

Check out this excellent useful (and dare I say, adorable?) USB Robot Webcam combo. The Robot features 11 points of articulation which allows us to contort the cam into whatever shape we want it in. The 6″-tall cam bot features LED eyes that illuminate in the night, as well as a maximum resolution of 640480. You can use the bot ...

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USB Microscope: So Nerdy It Hurts

What could possibly be a better gift for your family science nerd? This USB Microscope, Webcam, Hub combo gadget is nerdy to the tenth power (rather than nerdy to the V8 power). Want to take a closer look at the soda cap that has been sitting under your desk for the last three years? Here’s a way to do so. ...

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“Gateway One” Desktop PC: Sexy In Ways A PC Shouldn’t Be

Gateway is set to launch their most revolutionary product to date. The Gateway One PC mixes in the tower with the monitor in one streamline design, sort of like the iMac. Though unlike the iMac, the Gateway One still keeps the monitor pretty thing, only measuring 3.5 inches at its thickest point. The monitor itself is a 19-inch widescreen display, ...

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Half Terabyte Holographic Disks: Bringing The CD Back?

Sony researchers have been working on 20 layered optical disks that can hold up to half a terabyte of data. Using holographic techniques, these disks could serve as external drives all their own, offering 500 GB of storage on a standard disk by 2010 (enough to back up most PCs.) While various companies have been working on similar methods, Sony’s ...

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Audiophile Equipment For Extremists

Kevin Brooks is not your average audiophile. The sight of your $20 budget speakers from Wal-Mart might spurt him into a diatribe about the necessity of African Mohagony horns. Brooks has been developing his home audio system for quite some time, and it’s evident you don’t want to trifle him with anything but the best. Brooks offers a line of ...

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USBCELL Reinvents Recharging Batteries

Think about the masses of AA batteries you go through every year. How many of them could have been reused with an easier method of recharging? Even though we already have plenty of gadgets we charge from our computer, USBCELL allows us to save some money too. The USBCELL batteries charge right from a USB port on your computer, and ...

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Sneak peek at SonyEricsson’s new UIQ interface

For those who are unhappy with the current UIQ user interface employed by SonyEricsson devices, here’s a little something to look forward to. Apparently the UI will have some serious facelift. Here’s a shot snapped from a presentation somewhere, somehow, by somebody. —Sam Chan

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