12 Inch Macbook Pros on the way?

With the Macworld Expo 2007 rapidly approaching, Mac rumors are flowing through the pipeline. The word is that sources believed to be very reliable are confirming Apple’s development of a smaller and ultra thin Macbook Pro, even thinner then the current anorexic Macbook’s (17 inch pictured). Pricing is still yet to be confirmed, but the people upstairs are saying that ...

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ShuffleBud replaces your Shuffle’s pointless dock

If you think that your new iPod Shuffle’s dock is a tad bit of overkill, you aren’t alone. The people at Incipio have released a clever little device that allows you to plug your Shuffle directly into your computer just as you do with a USB flash drive. The Icipio iPod Shufflebud is extremely simple, and it accomplishes a goal ...

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Reuters teams with Yahoo for user submitted news photos

It’s how Peter Parker made a living after discovering his secret Spiderman powers, and now Yahoo and Reuters want to pay you to take pictures of breaking news stories. Yahoo and Reuters have recently partnered up to create a service they are calling “You Witness”. This service runs off of the premise that nearly everyone has a camera on their ...

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The Antec Nine Hundred Gamers Case turns your PC into a freezer

As any custom PC builder knows, Antec’s cases are among the best. The Antec Nine Hundred Gamer Case serves up Antec quality with a large form factor that allows for much expandability for all those extra hard drives and PCI cards you have running your PC. In case you were wondering, Antec does have a solid justification for naming this ...

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Pantech IM-R110 Cellphone, Swivel What Your Momma Gave You

One thing I’ve learned from watching The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air through my childhood, was the phrase “if you have it, flaunt it”. Much like Carlton and his crazy swiveling hip dance, the Pantech IM-R110 (another Korean made mobile) adds a crazy swivel screen to it’s crazy t-shaped body. Along with it’s love it or hate it design, comes the ...

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Maverick Solo Jet, Fly Higher Than Rick James

Have you ever had the impulse to travel at speed’s upwards of Mach .82? If your answer is yes and you have an extra 1.25 million dollars to shell out, consider yourself a modern day Lindberg. The Maverick solo jet is man’s answer to the question “Why can’t human’s fly?”. For a cool lump of change, mankind is now able ...

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Release of First UWB USB Hub Imminent

Belkin has announced that their Cable-Free USB Hub will be released in mid-December. The device employs UWB (Ultra-Wide Band) technology to transmit data from USB devices to your computer. Belkin claims the hub can reach speeds of up to 480MBps at a range of up to 30 feet. The Belkin Cable-Free USB Hub will retail for $200, and will be ...

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Xbox 360 – One-Handed!

Ben Heck (he of console laptop fame) has designed and built a one-handed Xbox 360 controller for an injured Iraq war veteran. Most of the controls are on the underside, including the A, B, X, and Y buttons, the right analog stick, and both triggers (the left trigger is operated via the index finger, the right via the pinky).   ...

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New Folding Bike Eliminates Pesky Gears

Enjoy riding bikes, but hate those annoying gears, and all the space they take up? Well, Strida has an answer to both your problems with their model 3. It has only one gear, equivalent to 4th gear on a ten-speed bike, and folds in seconds to store in very small spaces. It also weighs only 22 pounds, and uses a ...

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Hitachi DVD/HDD Camcorder: World’s First Hybrid

Not only did Hitachi invent the DVD camcorder back in the dark ages of 1999, but now, seven years later, Hitachi has another first to offer the world. Those of you who have used camcorders for HDD or DVD know that each, while effective, have their drawbacks. A fully working hybrid of the two almost makes too much sense. What ...

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