Wireless mouse works battery free

My wireless mouse dies about once a month. And God forbid I use the built in touch pad! This Battery Free Wireless Mouse needs no batteries at all. The mouse is powered by an electrical field emitted from the mouse pad, powered from the USB port. The high quality optical mouse never needs to have batteries replaced since their simply ...

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Testing out ringtones that calm crying babies

The Japan Acoustic Laboratory is famous for their soft science research, those guys have recently started selling ringtones online that they claimed can calm crying babies. Nikkei has decided to spend a few bucks and try that out on 2 babies. First they downloaded the tone on to their mobile, then they sent it to the alarm clock by muPass. ...

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Make your own Rubik Cake: Mmm, Mmm…Puzzling!

We have seen our fair share of cool geeky cakes, but this is the first one we have seen that comes with a tutorial to actually make it yourself. This Rubik Cube Cake is truly as cool as the arctic tundra. Just plain geek-o-rific. Using some skilled frosting cutting and lots of strategically placed food coloring, you to can win ...

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Go goes OLED and ultra-portable

The game is called Go, but you might know it better as Chinese Chess. This design concept creates a foldable Go board which rolls up like a scroll, and is played through a OLED display. The Go board uses the traditional Chinese calligraphy along with a painted open-book system of playing. Go and impress your friends (no pun intended) at ...

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USB Mini Fridge keeps your beverage chilled

Odd USB gadgets have produced almost a cult-like following. There’s always some new weird gadget flowing through the pipes. This USB Mini Fridge makes sure that your beverage stays properly chilled while you work at your computer, which is great for the slow drinker. We hate having our drinks become flat and room temperature. The Mini Fridge is made to ...

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Laugh of the Day: Anti-cell hypocrite wench crashes while on cell

Afro-rocking California Senator Carole Migden, who has been known throughout congress as an ardent activist supporting a law against driving while on the cellphone, fell prey to her own hypocrite views. While cruising around in her SUV, Migden crashed into another car as she blabbed and gossiped away on her cellphone. Most likely talking about how bad she wants to ...

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Samsung announces world’s thinnest AM-OLED, 0.53 mm thick

This new 2.2-inch active matrix OLED screen by Samsung is being touted as the thinnest OLED display ever created for commercial use. Hell, the thinnest period. At an anorexic 0.53 mm thick, a piece of paper is barely competition for this screen. Samsung plans to roll out the new screens over the next few months, providing them to mobile phone ...

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Weeny-sized Missile for weeny-sized dictators

Kim Jong-Il will be pleased to know that a missile more fit for someone of his stature is on its way. This 25-inch long, 5.3 pound SPIKE missile was recently fired in a successful test launched by the U.S. Navy. SPIKE is navigated through a fiber optic data link which receives commands right from launch. Controllers can change the target ...

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Motorola patents solar powered LCD panels

A recently released patent from Motorola reveals a cellphone design that integrates solar panels and the LCD display of the phone. Environmental-lovin’ nerds are sure to be up in arms with a joyous stupor over the announcement of solar integration. The technology works best with black LCD screens, with 75% of the rays reaching past the display layer. The thin ...

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