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Twitter Follows Heartbeat

06/29/2009, There seems to be a use for virtually anything and everything these days where Twitter is concerned, and some smart aleck has managed to allow Twitter followers a chance to follow a live feed of your heartbeat, featuring canned messages that announce your...

NES Controller Doorbell

06/29/2009, Love your NES to bits that you can’t bear throwing away the parts that are no longer working? Why not put that extra time in your hands to good use with the NES Controller Doorbell? No doubt kids will be ringing your home much more often as they...

Light Up Goggles

06/24/2009, Since summer is already here for those who live in the northern hemisphere, it makes sense ifi you have always wanted to work on a project of sorts but have yet to get around it. Here’s the Light Up Goggles which ought to keep you occupied for a...

PIMPendo Rocks Our Socks Off

06/19/2009, Now here’s a console mod that will definitely make any pimpin’ gangsta character proud – the PIMPendo that has taken the humble NES console and literally pimped it up to something unrecognizable. We suspect P. Diddy would love to have...

Dell Mini 9 Gets Fingerprint Scanner

06/18/2009, How many of you out there make sure you can access your private documents only when your identity has been confirmed by a fingerprint scanner on the notebook? For folks who’ve always wanted to do that but can’t due to hardware limitations on...

Hellboy Xbox 360 Mod

06/17/2009, This is one of the “hotter” Xbox 360 case mods around, with Hellboy being the main theme here. Created by Frank Gonzales (who earlier did up the epic Gears of War mod), this Hellboy case mod is absolutely stunning, where some people might...

Mario USB Flash Drive

06/16/2009, Why didn’t Nintendo think of this before? Guess they were too busy using the DS Lite and WIi to print money that they didn’t notice this handmade Mario USB flash drive that weighs in at 4GB from Etsy. This unique flash drive will cost $55,...

Atari iPod Dock

06/16/2009, iPod docks are dime a dozen, but DIY versions are a rarity. Here’s the Atari iPod Dock by Byron Casebier, and this is what he has to say about it. Here is my weak (and slightly unfinished) Atari iPod Dock. I thought sharing may create interest for...

SNES PC Case Mod

06/15/2009, Have an old SNES lying around that is already dead, but you don’t have the heart to throw it out because of the countless number of hours of fun you had on it when you were little? Why not rip out the innards of an Acer Aspire One A150 and transfer...

Breadbox 64 Offers Twitter On Commodore

06/15/2009, Folks who love Twittering and think that it is the next best thing since sliced bread will be pleased to know that even the humble Commodore 64 will be able to handle all your Twitter needs with the Breadbox 64 application. Needless to say, this would...

Carbon Fiber Joystick

06/15/2009, Talk about playing in style with the customized joystick made out of carbon fiber and fiberglass, thanks to gamer degauss. This customized tool will come with the following features :- All Seimitsu buttons with quick disconnects Seimitsu LS-32-01 Dual-PCB...

PSP Bulked Up

06/07/2009, It isn’t as though the PSP is so portable that you need to bulk it up further – no sir, check out this PSP and see just how much more one can hulk it up with a bunch of rather zany add-ons. The keyboard itself is adapted from the Xbox...

Bean Bag Chair Controlled By Wii Nunchuk

06/07/2009, The Wii nunchuk is certainly one versatile piece of gaming hardware, and we’re delighted to know that it is something Microsoft’s Project Natal won’t be able to do in the future – control a bean bag chair. Dubbed the BeanCat, this...

DIY Wi-Fi Radio

06/07/2009, If you’re an avid electronics DIYer, then this DIY Wi-Fi radio ought to be your cup to tea since it was built from scratch, based on a hacked router. “I removed the USB and DC power jacks from the WL-520gU PCB. I’m planning to use the...