Gadgets

Bodybuilding with your mouse

Not sure if you have ever heard of EMS (electrical muscle stimulation), it’s basically using an external electrical source to stimulate your muscles to work, hence mimicking the very act of working out. Not sure if it works, and not sure how well it works. Anyway, some Japanese company is combining this with your mouse, so you would have EMS ...

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Toshiba shows off unattractive fuel-cell powered A2DP headphones

Prototypes are meant to be attractive, right? They’re supposed attract buyers to look into the company’s new technology. Toshiba might has just done the opposite with their fuel-cell technology. (fuel, being alcohol) We’ve seen fuel-cell driven notebooks and even Gigabeat MP3 players, but by far the most unattractive would be this: the A2DP headphones. Ok, fine, probably it doesn’t really ...

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UV Disinfectant Wand for cleaning those invisible stains

Ever seen one of those shows on the Discovery channel when they go into hotels or other grungy places and put on a UV light to illuminate all of the bodily made spittle? Yeah, ew. The UV Disinfectant Wand projects intense UV rays that kill 99.9% of all germs in less then 10 seconds. Since this is radiation we’re talking ...

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Floppy Disk Journal gives a new job to those legacy flops

You might of forgotten, but these floppy disks were once the storage media of choice. Now your most likely to find them piled at trash dumps or buried in your closet somewhere. The Floppy Disk Journal gives a new use to an obsolete technology. These old floppy drives have been converted  into functioning notebooks. What’s really cool about this is ...

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SkyTRX Mini Tracker: How the high-tech ninja stalks his prey

The SkyTRX Mini Tracker is the solution for the high-tech stalker. A mountable, small, water-resistant, tracker that mounts using a magnet located on the device. Rather it be for tracking your girlfriends every step or following enemies for sinister purposes, the SkyTRX gets the job done in a discreet fashion. Powered by only two AAA batteries, the SkyTRX stores up ...

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Silicon chip could help diagnose genetic forms of Parkinson’s Disease

From Melbourne, Australia comes a Silicon-based chip that might one day help scientiests and doctors with the early diagnoses of Parkinson’s disease. Melbourne scientists have started diagnostic testing the 17 genes they believe to be causes of the neurological disorder. If tests show to be successful, the $500 genetic test could make previous measures obsolete, which were also a lot ...

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Four-in-one Rotating Game Table: There’s more games than Foosball?!

What bachelor pad would be complete without this a Foosball table? How about a Four-in-one Rotating Game Table, including hockey, foosball, billiards, and dice football. Thats right. Cower in shame, normal foosball table. Each game locks into place to securely ensure your foosball game doesn’t get messed up at a crucial moment, god forbid. There is also the option of ...

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Tabletop Photo Studio saves your sale

Here is an excellent solution to finding satisfactory places to photograph your items for eBay and other auction sites. If you were to read any book about how to be a successful seller on eBay, one of the most important facts always mentioned is the need for good photos. The photo presents a professionalism that could otherwise not be seen. ...

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NanoNuno Nanotechnology Umbrella stays dry like a lotus leaf

The product name leads us to believe that the creators of this NanoNuno Umbrella come from the same planet as Robin Williams from Mork and Mindy, yet signs show that the Nanotechnology Umbrella were indeed made on Earth. It’s modeled after the lotus leaf and is said to maintain its dryness and cleanliness for years. How does the NanoNuno accomplish ...

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