Computing

Jakks EyeClops Bionic Eye: It’s Creepy Learning Fun!

With the Jakks EyeClops Bionic Eye, kids can maginify any item at 200X the regular size and view it right on their TV screen. It includes three built in LEDs to illuminate the object being examined and an observation dish to help contain any liquids, compounds, bugs, etc. Unfortunately, the urge to misuse this thing would be extremely high. My ...

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USB Hub Man: Try To Resist Him

Admit it, you are totally falling in love with this little USB Hub Man from Kikkerland. The five USB ports and the tiny power indicator LED heart are simply irresistible. Unfortunately, only one of his “limbs” is packing USB 2.0 speeds. I’m sure the ladies can relate — you bring a guy home because he looks good, but he falls ...

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Tempo Trash Can Hard Drive: A Porn Safety Net

Ever accidentally deleted that porn movie you really liked? Sure, we’ve all been there. Fortunately Tempo has developed a wireless external hard drive that provides an extra layer of protection should these catastrophic incidents occur. When you delete files, they are automatically transferred to the trash can via Bluetooth. As the content on the drive increases (250GB capacity), LED’s light ...

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Court Orders Movie Pirate To Ditch Linux For Windows

The ever increasing power of organizations like the MPAA has given geeks another reason to worry. It seems that they can now force you to change operating systems. Take the case of Scott McCausland who pleaded guilty last year to uploading Star Wars: Episode III to Elitetorrents.com. In addition to the five month prison term he already served, Scott has ...

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The literal Microsoft Home Server

And we thought Apple fanboys were adamant about their OS? Check out this crazy house which uses the Windows logo as an actual window. We have to admit, this logo looks a lot better as an actual window than an apple would. Next they’ll be a new song called “We Built This City On Microsoft”. — Andrew Dobrow Link

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Dananananananana Batmobile case mod (song to the “Batman Theme”)

You might not have as many cool gadgets as Batman, but at least you can pretend. Everybody’s favorite vampire-esque super hero has just been made into an excellent PC case mod. Inspired after the iconic Batmobile. The modded system started as a normal AMD Sempron 2800+ with 40 gig HD, 736 MB of DDR 400 ram, and a CD/DVD drive. ...

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Testing out skinny PSP’s DMB tuner and TV-out

It came with no surprise when Sony announced the availability of the updated PSP (PSP-P2000) which shed 4mm of thickness and 91g of weight off the original model. The company also announced a DMB tuner module at the same time, and we’re dying to see how it works with the the new TV-out capability.

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NES emulator for the iPhone makes the $500 worth it

Has anyone noticed how quick the progress of iPhone applications is advancing? Only weeks ago was a third-party “Hello World” application being made, and now we’ve already reached the pinnacle with a NES emulator. So far, the emulator runs a bit too slow to be playable without the annoyance of a tortoise-speed game play. And the game controller, although adorably ...

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Official WoW: Wrath of the Lich King site up, with screenshots and trailer

The new World Of Warcraft expansion is one heavily anticipated piece of game-ware. The official project site is now officially up and running in the wake of BlizzCon and the new features are looking awesome. Blizzard has posted some prototype screenshots and 3D build maps for the new addition of the Northrend continent, featuring shots of the Borean Tundra and ...

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