Computing

Picture frame printer mounts on your wall

The standstill of printer design is baffling. As one of the most popular peripherals used, the progression of the printer has been pretty stagnant when it comes to aesthetics. The Wall-Mounted Picture Frame Printer puts a new spin on the old stockiness of the printer. Displayed at the Cooper-Hewitt Triennial, the printer is completely wireless and makes all of your ...

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Chinese government to control the weather at the Olympic Games

Those mad scientists over in China have a crazy scheme hatched to make sure that nothing rains on their parade. The Beijing Olympics are rapidly approaching and with China’s renown downpours, cynics have dashed hope on a happy Olympic outing in the motherland. The Chinese government has decided to take nature into their own hands. They plan on using new ...

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PSP gets phone capability

There have been rumors of a PSP phone around for a while and while we might not be seeing that anytime soon, a UK company is working on bringing phone capability to the PSP. British Telecom is working on a PSP phone system that would be released to over 100 countries and would allow wireless telephony between other PSPs and ...

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Dying boy gets his gaming wish

The Make-A-Wish Foundation has been making terminally ill people’s dreams come true for decades. This little boy with a brain tumor must of been one huge World of Warcraft fan. 10-year-old Ezra Chatterton had his wish fulfilled when Blizzard agreed to give him a full hands-on onslaught of WoW goodness. Ezra got the chance to record his voice in a ...

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Apple dumping 17-inch iMac for 20 and 24 inch displays?

Sources are reporting that Apple might soon be making more changes to their product line by the end of June. Supposedly, Apple is ditching their 17-inch iMac displays for the more rotund 20 and 24-inch monitors. The new displays are rumored to be Cinema Displays, which would wipe out the 17-inch iMac as the entry-level Apple computer, leaving the Mac ...

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PSP and GPS combine to create the perfect golf caddy

Sony announced today its virtual golf caddy for the PSP, titled Minna No Golf Jo or Everybody’s Golf Course. Combining the PSP’s GPS transmitter with the physical sport of golf will insure that you never have to tip a crappy caddy to give you bad advice ever again. Minna No Golf Jo will provide in-depth info about shot distances and ...

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Sharp’s announces worlds first dual-mode tuner module for T-DMB and DVB-H

Sharp’s first dual-mode transmitter, the VA3B5EZ915, is capable of tuning in on both T-DMB and DVB-H terrestrial digital broadcasts. Sharp claims this device to be the first of its kind. With the launch of One-Seg in Japan, other similar services have started popping up in other areas in the Eastern Hemisphere, including DVB-H for some areas of Europe, and T-DMB ...

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Wireless mouse works battery free

My wireless mouse dies about once a month. And God forbid I use the built in touch pad! This Battery Free Wireless Mouse needs no batteries at all. The mouse is powered by an electrical field emitted from the mouse pad, powered from the USB port. The high quality optical mouse never needs to have batteries replaced since their simply ...

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USB Mini Fridge keeps your beverage chilled

Odd USB gadgets have produced almost a cult-like following. There’s always some new weird gadget flowing through the pipes. This USB Mini Fridge makes sure that your beverage stays properly chilled while you work at your computer, which is great for the slow drinker. We hate having our drinks become flat and room temperature. The Mini Fridge is made to ...

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Brother RL-700S: Print your own RFID cards

RFID might just be the big thing of the future. The RL-700S by Brother allows you to create and print your very own RFID “TAG type” cards with the chip built-in. With an RFID printer the sky is the limit for monitoring activity at your home or business. Pissed that someone at your house ate the last cookie? Just check ...

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