1TB hard drive from Seagate? Now you can pirate more!

Four! That’s how many patters the new Seagate hard drive will have when it comes out in the first half of 2007. Why four? Well, right now there is 250GB of storage per platter (which is why the three platter disks are maxing out at 750GB), and this new hard drive is planned to be an entire terabyte. That’s right, ...

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Wave down taxi with Taxi Hailer

Anyone who lives in a big city, or even has visited one, know how much it sucks to have to look for a taxi. They might be all around you, but not a single one seems to be available, or when every single one seems to pick up everyone on the street but you. Well a cabbie named Tony Brady ...

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Samsung’s new GPS Navigator, the STT-D370, connects to phone via Bluetooth

Samsung just released the STT-D370, a new GPS navigator in Korea that is the first of its kind; it connects to cellphones via Bluetooth. Oh, and it has Transport Protocol Experts Group (TPEG) and terrestrial DMB, but those aren’t as important as hooking up with your cellphone, obviously. This is supposed to be great because it allows someone to make ...

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Tree-inspired concept fridge: More a lemon than an apple

This thing is ugly. And by ugly, we mean that we would never let our kids eat something that came out of something that looks like a bad prop from a Ed Wood movie. But then again, almost every creation spewed by Yanko is a huge, useless piece of ugly. The designs they com up with are so deeply nestled ...

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Homemade Pong wristwatch

We enjoy a DIY project just as much as the next gearhead, but this caught our eye instantly. Nothing catches a geek’s eye like the classic game of Pong. Mix that with a do it yourself mod project and you’ve got yourself an all-star product. The creator managed to fit all of the essential electronics in a 10mm thick wristwatch. ...

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Logitech X-240 speakers have built-in (hickory dickory) dock

Computer stereo systems are an annoyance. They are never as good as you want them to be, they lack the ease of usability that we all strive to find, and most of the models on the open market are rehashed versions of stock speakers with a different skin. The Logitech X-240 might not be audiophile quality (in fact it’s similar ...

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iAlbum lets you transfer photos directly from your camera to your iPod

      Apple has done a gorgeous job integrating the iPod to be compatible with both PCs and Macs. But one feature that would be cool to have that PC users might find difficult, is directly transferring photos from a SD card directly to your iPod’s drive. There are ways to do it, whether it be through syncing (which ...

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Logic3 i-Station Traveler takes note out of iPod book

The new i-Station Traveler made by Logic3 is one small boombox; one very small boombox. This new speaker set is perfect travel companion for all those mp3 players out there, especially the Nano. This is because Logic3 was sticking with its iPod love (i-Station?) and are coming out with colors that match the colors of iPod Nanos. These speakers also ...

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Romi the robot, one step closer to being like the Jetsons

Whenever you were a kid and watched the Jetsons on cartoon network, you always wanted to have a robot that did all of the housework like they did. Well now your magical dream is one step closer with Romi, the cleaning robot. This new bot was developed by ETRI in Korea and will be presented at CES, just a few ...

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Pyramat S2000 lets you feel that bomb blow

Have you ever felt that you wish the chair you were sitting in would rumble with the blast of the bomb you just bew up in your favorite war game? If so, your wish has come true. The Pyramat S2000 Sound Rocker uses what is called Audio Response Technology which uses the subwoofer (yes, there is a subwoofer in this ...

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