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Blaser Tag: Robots And Humans Go Head To Head In a Laser Tag Showdown

Old fashioned Laser Tag was fun and everything, but it never included robots – much to my dismay. Fortunately, the folks at HotProceed have remedied the situation with their new Blaser Tag System. The game is simple: each manually controlled robot has a laser and a sensor – if you get shot first, it will trigger a pre-programmed routine and ...

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Touchscreen, A2DP phonewatch gets reviewed

A phonewatch certainly sounds cool, but just how practical is that? Sticking your head to the wrist to listen and shouting like a dork to reply? That just doesn’t work. Oh, and how can you live without a keypad, dial with the buttons on the side? The C1000 a-la-China is probably the first device that seems to have solved all ...

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Giant Airmagination Inflatable R/C Robot Rules All

The Airmagination Inflatable R/C Robot stands at a whopping 48″ tall – which would undoubtedly scare the hell out of pets, young children, and vertically challenged celebrities (Tom Cruise would piss his pants.) It can also be remotely controlled to move in all directions and speak a variety of prerecorded phrases in a robotic tone. Unless you have a pin ...

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Robot Parrot Companion Almost As Annoying As The Real Thing

Mankind’s creepy obsession with building the perfect robot pet continues with Pretty Polly The Interactive Parrot. Polly features voice recognition technology that allows it to record and repeat phrases spoken to it. This robo-parrot can also respond to phrases like “Are you hungry” with preprogrammed answers. Other features include: A mouth sensor that detects an included plastic cracker placed near ...

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Wireless Puppy Cam: Hardcore Spying Was Never Cuter

Whether you are a concerned parent keeping an eye on an infant or a jealous boyfriend spying on your slutty girlfriend, This Wireless Puppy Camera can handle the job, delivering both audio and video to a remote handset. The way I see it, cute and cuddly has a great chance of slipping under the radar. It’s the perfect spying solution ...

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FCC: SonyEricsson T650i too dangerous for the States

We geeks tend to take FCC approval for granted, and we haven’t really heard of any high profile products not being approved. That cannot happen right? Guess what, SonyEricsson is stuck in a pit after one of their phones was tested to have just a bit too much radiation. The all flashy all metallic T650i’s SAR appears to be 1.8W/kg, ...

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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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SIM-free iPhones tried out in Hong Kong: it works.

A while ago we heard that a shop in Hong Kong was taking orders of unlocked iPhones, finally today we’re able to see some proof for that. The iPhone was able to take non-AT&T SIM cards (the one demonstrated here is the Hong Kong CSL network), you can dial out and pick up calls without a problem (video here, dialing ...

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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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