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Wine Vending Machine Checks Your ID Before Approving Your Purchase

07/08/2010, Is this the way we’ll be preventing kinds from buying alcohol in the future? The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has recently introduced a pilot program that sees a rather large wine kiosk installed in grocery stores. With this in place, if you...

DIY Mini Tank Can Track Its Targets Based On Color

07/07/2010, How often do you see folks who come up with DIY tanks that have an Airsoft M4 carbine gun attached to it? That’s the tank you see pictured above, and it’s fully capable of tracking and shooting targets based upon the color of objects. It can...

ShockSlayer DIY Wrist Mounted Flamethrower

07/07/2010, We’ve seen wrist-mounted flamethrowers before, as almost anybody who has read enough X-men comics would want to be able to shoot fire from their wrists too. Now a user called ShockSlayer has decided to come up with his own DIY wrist-mounted...

Firefox 4 Beta 1 Released To The Public

07/07/2010, Can’t wait to see what the next version of Firefox will look like? While the final version hasn’t been officially launched yet, the first public stable version of Firefox 4 beta 1 has been released to the public, offering a brand new...

Shoes With Power Laces Brings Us Back To The Future

07/06/2010, One of the most noticeable gadgets from Back To The Future Part 2 would be the futuristic shoes with power laces, as all of us lazy folks would want such a thing. It’s 2010, and we still don’t have such technology in the stores yet, but some...

Computerized LEGO Foosball Table

07/05/2010, Are you still down with World Cup fever? If you are, you’ll really appreciate this foosball table that’s made completely out of LEGO bricks. To make it even cooler, the table is controlled by a netbook running the LEGO WeDo kit, allowing it to...

NeuroSky Developer Tools 2.1 Supports Eye Blink Detection

06/30/2010, NeuroSky has announced its latest Developer Tools 2.1, which upgrades its MindSet tool set, and now offers support for eye blink detection. With this, developers will now be able to create and publish their own games and applications that can be used with...

Air Hair Virtual Haircut Training

06/30/2010, Student hairdressers are always going to have trouble finding folks who are willing to let them try their skills on their hair, and that’s probably why the smart folks over at the Tokyo Institute of Technology are working on Air Hair, a virtual...

PayPal Guest Payments Announced

06/29/2010, In PayPal’s ideal world, we’d all be using its service to make our payments, and the company has taken one more step in that direction by announcing a new service for developers that will let them accept credit card payments using PayPal...

Sharp Introduces The World’s Smallest Digital TV Tuner

06/28/2010, The folks over at Sharp should be all smiles at the moment, as the company has just announced that it has managed to reduce the size of its digital TV tuner component, making it about 70 percent smaller, and about 50 percent thinner than the previous...

Hi-Sun Towel Speaker Is Great For The Beach

06/27/2010, Want to be able to lie at the beach, soak in the sun, and enjoy your favorite tunes? If the idea of bringing a huge and ugly speaker along with you isn’t attractive, the hi-Sun is probably something you’ll want to have with you. It’s a...

Google Chrome Browser Gets Native Flash Support

06/26/2010, Google has released an updated version of its Chrome web browser that has Adobe’s Flash enabled by default, which should bring a happy smile to the folks over at Adobe. This will make things easier for users as they won’t have to download the...

DIY: Triple-rotor Helicopter

06/25/2010, At a glance, this DIY tricopter looks quite similar to the Parrot AR Drone, but it’s not a commercial product. It’s currently in its 4th generation, and this DIY helicopter is quite cool, flying well, hovering and also performing some aerial...