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Stationoli: The all stationary-in-one gadget

Stationary products are generally small and easy to lose. In fact, I have no idea where the hell my staple removers are right now. That’s right. Removers. Plural, bitches. Maybe if we had learned about something like the Stationoli earlier, we wouldn’t be in the pickle we are now, with many staples in need of removing. The Stationoli provides a ...

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Chumby multigadget for versatile tech needs and hacking inspired fun

You want a Chumby, you just don’t know it yet. A Chumby is a DIY versatile multigadget that is capable of displaying a variety of options and can be built into literally anything. The Chumby is basically a processor, some memory and a screen, but the lengths at what you can do with these few supplies are nearly endless. Users ...

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Therapeutic ringtones for the neurotic

muPass is not a company that’s new to the tech media. They have been covered for their interesting service of sending ringtones from your mobile to other devices such as alarm clocks, baby mobiles, and cookers. But now they have something up their sleeves that may pose a more productive use. In conjunction with the Japanese Ringing Tone Laboratory, which ...

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Princeton i-Bird falls in with the rest of the flock

Now that Macworld is over and done with, you’d think that the iPod accessory market would slow down. All the vendors released last week, right? Guess not, because Princeton Corp. has just released its i-Bird iPod dock. The i-Bird has an iPod dock, AM/FM radio, and an integrated alarm clock. As for its sound output, it has two 3W speakers ...

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Spot Review: Toshiba TX80 UMTS phone

Gearfuse is bringing you reviews that you have never seen before, we call them spot reviews. No boos and no fancy paragraphs going on and on. Everything is kept in a precise and concise manner, covering absolutely everything you need to know whether you were thinking of buying or not. As we announced it a few days ago, here is ...

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