Xun Chi 138 – Cellphone for your fifth pocket

The Xun Chi 138, being touted as the “world’s smallest cellphone”, is small enough to fit in the fifth pocket of your jeans, and still manages to squeeze in a “1.3 Mega Plixs” (sic) camera, a touchscreen with handwriting recognition, music playing, and other multimedia functions. The touchscreen is actually a necessity, as the phone is far too small to ...

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ICE-Qube is one big life saver

After the horrible events of September 11th, many American’s became paranoid over the fact that eventually, we will all be killed by Islamo-fascists. While we might still certainly be at risk for future attacks, or even if we aren’t , the ICE-Qube safety kit is one piece of safety gear that you can afford to splurge some money on. This ...

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BenQ FP785+ LCD monitors add some culture

Monitor’s have never been known as the prettiest gadget on the planet, but BenQ is waking up to the fact that some people want some style in their screen. Some of the FP785+’s are being produced with prints by the Eastern artist Giuseppe Castiglione, which sounds like an Italian name to us, definitely not East-Asian. Italian or not, the prints ...

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Music Jam gives karoke stars a place to turn to

For all of you mini-Chers or Madonas out there, the Music Jam Mixer iPod portable recording & karaoke studio is just what you need to impress every single one of your friends. Your karaoke friends, that is. The Music Jam Mixer utilizes the iPods XLR socket to both playback songs and record what you are singing simultaneously. It also performs ...

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Genius Navigator 380: VOIP phone, instant messager, oh yeah, it’s a mouse

Wait, you mouse only does what? It only move that cursor around your screen?! Not anymore. With the Genius Navigator 380, your mouse now works as a VOIP phone, an instant messaging device, not to mention the 1200dpi optical mouse part. All of these are rolled into its sweet clamshell design. Of course, if you have this multi-functional device, its ...

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Dupont Self-Charging Smoke Detector reinvents a commonplace item

The combination of innovative technology and household safety is an area that is beginning to grow. Small items are utilizing various parts of our homes to become just a step above what we currently have. The DuPont Screw-In Self-Charging Smoke Alarm utilizes your light socket to do more than your current smoke alarm. So many of us have the built ...

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Verbatim Lightscribe discs still greystyle

Are you tired of wasting all of your black Sharpee markers, just to write the titles of all the CDs you burn on a daily basis? The Lightscribe feature that many disc burners are adding nowadays solves this problem. Using the Lightscribe technology, the drive is able to burn an image onto the side of the disc that is normally ...

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This shirt loves you!

Well, not really. It does, however, let you know someone else loves you, by squeezing various parts of your arms and torso in response to a message sent via cellphone. Of course, it requires a Bluetooth-enabled cellphone and special ‘Hug Me’ Java-based software, but all that is a small price to pay for getting hugs from far-away loved ones. The ...

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Netgear Skype Phone = stocking stuffer

If your still busting your head over what to get that special someone for their stocking or just as a general Christmas gift, a Skype cellphone is a pretty neat idea for Skype users. The phone allows you to call any other Skype user for free when you’re within a WiFi enabled area. For a minimal cost, you can buy ...

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Use your kitchen as a centerpiece

Here is a fine solution to free up some of the cramped living space in your house. This spherical kitchen-in-one “Sheer Kitchen” is one well designed piece of cookware. When closed, the sphere serves as a beautiful carbon fiber centerpiece with a built in mood setter, a soft glow lamp to help create an intimate feel (maybe a nice way ...

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