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Royal Data Throne made out of printed circuit boards

11/04/2011, Are you well acquainted with the porcelain throne after you had a really spicy meal at the local Thai restaurant, or during those crazy Saturday nights out where you had way too much to drink? Well, I am quite sure that you will find the Royal Data Throne...

Tweephone hack is definitely something worth looking at

11/02/2011, Now here is a unique modification of what we tend to take for granted in terms of sending our tweets via a variety of digital platforms and devices – an analog device that functions as your Twitter client. Yes sir, this neat little hack that is...

Wearable light organ activated by sound

10/28/2011, Do you feel that you have a little bit of extra time on your hands this coming weekend? If you have answered in the affirmative, then perhaps you might want to check out this particular DIY project – which is a wearable light organ that can be...

AT-AT Walker gets 4WD upgrade

10/24/2011, One of the cooler vehicles from the Imperial Forces in the Star Wars franchise (on land, anyways) would be the imperious AT-AT Walkers that made short work of other land forces. Actually when you think about it, the droid army in the first three episodes...

Smart Cover unlock trick for iPad 2

10/21/2011, The Smart Cover might not be so smart after all, and Steve Jobs might be rolling in his grave should he hear of a security flaw with his beloved iPad 2 – it seems that all it takes to unlock the iPad 2 without having to know the passcode would be a...

CubeStormer II beats human world record in solving Rubik’s Cube

10/21/2011, They say that seeing is believing – well, all I gotta say is, that adage holds true with the CubeStormer II video that you can watch right after the jump. This unique ARM-powered robot was specially designed, built and programmed by Mike Dobson and...

Hack Siri for use in social networks?

10/20/2011, Someone should come up with a prime time TV show that pays tribute to the series, “Kids Say The Darndest Things”, with the different questions asked by users alongside the answers published. It is interesting to note that despite Siri being...

Solar powered cockroach targets kids

10/17/2011, Want to teach your little one on the wonders of green, clean energy? Why not help him or her get involved hands-on – literally, with this unique DIY solar powered cockroach toy. Unlike an actual roach, this one is not disgusting looking at all (I...

Sesame Street YouTube channel hacked with porn

10/17/2011, I knew that Big Bird was more than just an innocent moniker – and someone else thought the same, too, with Sesame Street’s YouTube channel being hacked yesterday – where the standard issue of family-friendly content was removed, while...

Air freshener triggers Mario theme upon detecting movement

10/11/2011, Are you a huge fan of video games as well as the kind of music and sound effects that greet your ears? If you’ve answered in the affirmative, then you might be interested to know that you aren’t the only one on earth. 14-year old Lochie...

Mouse measures your stress level

10/11/2011, Just how much stress do you think you experience at the office? I suppose if you’re a bunch of happy campers at the office like us here at Ubergizmo, we would have no need for this specially modified mouse that was developed by researchers at the...

Star Wars Yamaha 2.1 surround sound system

10/10/2011, Can’t get enough of Star Wars and you feel that you’re the space opera’s number 1 fan on the globe? Well, it would bode you well to check out this Star Wars themed Yamana 200-watt 2.1 surround sound system which was carefully and...

Cheap graphics cards help crack passwords

10/05/2011, Do you happen to be in possession of some rather nifty hacking knowledge, and also a £30 graphics card lying around the basement somewhere? If you answered “Yes” on both accounts, then good – chances are you are already equipped to be...