Gadgets

DIY LCD TV wall mounting the easy way

No doubt about it. Buying your first LCD screen is an enlightening experience. While testing the product at the store, your mouth salivates with anticipation and awe at the clear color. Once you’ve made the decision to own one of these flatscreen suckers, the trouble begins. How do you hang the damn thing up without losing your pride and asking ...

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Gold PSP makes Wonka and Veruca Salt jealous

Screw a golden chocolate egg. We want one of these gold colored PSPs. The PSP-1000 CG, the newest model number for the new color, CG standing for Champagne Gold, is expected for release in Japan in late February for the US equivalent of $175. We heard through the grapevine that Veruca Salt’s opinion of the new PSP is kind of ...

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USB Heating Blanket steadies your gamer touch

Nothing interferes with a gamer’s coordination more than alcohol and coldness. With many cold nights still ahead, give your nervous system a break with this USB Heating Blanket made by USB gadget guru, Brando. It’s perfect for those days where a sweat shirt just isn’t enough. Since we have connections with many geeks who live in their parents basement, we ...

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Polaroid MPA-20011 shocks skeptics

So after a day of praising all things Apple, its time to start looking at CES again; everyone gets a little sick of Apple after a while. When it came to pass that Polaroid would start making mp3 players, everyones expectations were not high. However, with the release of the MPA-2011, critics have started to change their minds and are ...

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ePlate has potential to tell that person what you really think

Technology is coming into every portion of our lives, and so it (technology) thought it would be good to upgrade our license plate frames. EPlate is a license plate frame that has an LED screen on the bottom, with the ability to store 250 scrolling characters. When you push (or slam) on the brakes, the LEDs will light up and ...

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FlexMedia animated electroluminescent signs

Although not the most useful of products displayed at CES, the FlexMedia animated signs are pretty cool looking. The name of the product pretty much says it all. They are animated posters that are flexible and thin. Using the superpowers of EL (Electroluminescent), the FlexMedia signs look like they could be a nice replacement to the drab days of non-animated ...

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TransDock is ultimate dock for a car

So as most of you know, today was Macworld and it seems like everything being discussed revolves around the iPod; well here is yet another iPod gadget for your viewing pleasure. The Transdock by DLO is an iPod dock for your car that will basically do the same thing as many other iPod docks, except that this does more. Yes, ...

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Anshin-Navi GPS phones for the kiddies

Japan’s second largest mobile operator AU KDDI announced 3 new phones this morning, but we are more interested in their upgraded service “Anshin-Navi”. The Sanyo A5525SA and Sweets Cute phones are targeted to young kids. Their parents can subscribe to the Anshin-Navi service which automatically detects the phone’s location by GPS, and check it on their phones or PCs. What’s ...

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Philips new DVD players compatible with iPod

Philips has decided to follow along in the iPod craze, even if it looks that things might start switching to the iPhone. The new DVD players, the DCP750 and the DCP850, will have a built in iPod cradle and a DVD/CD drive, so you can either watch illegal movies on your iPod or legal ones with the DVD player. On ...

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Macworld: Chestnut Hill George iPod dock lives up to expectations

Remember that post about the Chestnut Hill Sound George iPod dock? Well, after testing out some of its features quickly today, it has lived up to be what it has been rumored to be. There are additional capabilities that were not mentioned before. Primarily, the best feature is that it is completely firmware upgradeable. They have said that they are ...

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