Proclaim your love for everything Mozilla with a backpack

Firefox merch is probably some of the best merch that money can buy. If you are one of the very inteligent people across the world who have made the decision to be a convert of a clean and extendable browser, that little picture of a T-Rex head should be very recognizable to you. While it isn’t the Firefox symbol, it ...

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OLED Video Wristwatch: The future is now

Some things were promised to us in old science fiction movies about what the future would bring. Flying cars was one, which is still yet to happen despite our prayers. Another would be space travel, which of course has happened, but not to the far reaches of the universe like the movies would lead you to believe. And of course ...

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Xbox 360 Chrome Replacement Shell makes your console slightly less geeky

The vanilla colored skins of the Xbox 360 get very boring extremely fast. True, the actual appearance of a console isn’t that important when your knee deep in dead bodies you just slaughtered, but the point is that a console that takes up so much of your time should look badass too. This chrome replacement shell adds a nice hint ...

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GMEA concept mobile phone with sliding-puzzle keypad stumps audience

Concept phones aren’t a new phenomenon, but GMEA seems to be trying its best to make them one. The GMEA concept phone takes the idea of mobile phone gaming and turns it very literately into a “game phone” where the real fun beings with the phones keypad. GMEA takes the classic sliding-puzzle game, which we must admit has worn pretty ...

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The Microsoft eToilet: a throne for the digestively challenged

Some people are so extremely busy that serious harm is caused to their digestive system by the long waits they put themselves through to use the toilet as they stare idly into the computer screen. Other people just have a hard time holding it in and have to run to the toilet 40 times a day. For those of you ...

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Sony’s leather-bound designer eBook adds limited edition class to a blank template

Looking forward to Valentine’s day, Sony has announced its limited edition Dooney & Bourke leather-bound PRS-500U2DB  portable reader. This  eBook  has all of the same specs as the normal Sony Reader, except for its textured leather cover and exorbitant price. The eBook will also be shipped in a special edition red box packaging, adding those little touches to make your ...

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IGN says PS3 is the best game console: *cocks head curiously*

IGN surprisingly announced the PS3 as the 2006 console of the year, beating out the Wii for the head spot. Many of you might be infuriated or elated depending on your opinions of each respected console, we all know everyone has their own opinion. So let’s see how IGN clarifies their situation. Nintendo’s Wii launched to massive mainstream applause and ...

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Neues Licht UFO lamp reminds of extraterrestrials for a second

The UFOs are coming! Look out! Oh, wait, it’s just your lamp. So, doesn’t this source of light look awsome? In case you are wondering how it works, first let’s say that there is no light bulb or LED set being used here. Instead of these tradtional light sources, if LED is traditional now, the UFO Neues Licht uses fiber ...

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Westinghouse Quad HDTV gives you 2160p! but why?

So 720p qualifies as high def right? And 1080p goes even further to be called “full” high def, but what do you call a screen that boasts the fact that it is 2160p? Well, Westinghouse has a 2160p HDTV that was shown at CES, and they are calling it the Quad HDTV. This Quad HDTV is 52 inches and has ...

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Swim with your MP3 player, seriously!

Nu has been selling their waterproof mp3 player NU Doplphin in Taiwan for a while, but it has only been put in the spotlight when it gets exported to Australia. First off this mp3 player is truely waterproof, as it complies with the fairly stringent IPX7 standards. Secondly the inner-earbuds are silicone-made meaning that will stay in your ears even ...

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