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Game Boy Crammed Into Calculator

12/19/2009, How do you smuggle your Game Boy into class and play with it? Why, you cram it into a calculator casing, of course! Granted it’s not the most refined mod out there, but you have to admit that having your trusty old Game Boy in a calculator is pretty...

Nook Hacked to Run Pandora

12/16/2009, After Barnes & Noble’s Nook eBook reader was hacked (or “rooted” as they call it), it was only a matter of time before folks started to try installing all sorts of programs on its Android OS. Now the folks over at nookDevs have...

iGo New Green Technology Products

12/16/2009, You may not be familiar with iGo products, but the company comes up with products that utilize the company’s proprietary and patent-pending iGo Green Technology. Products with said technology integrated are smart enough to detect when a device...

Nokia And Samsung Invest In Swype

12/15/2009, It looks like it’s going to be a good day for the folks over at Swype, since they’ve secured a nice bit of funding to the figure of $5.6 million from Nokia Growth Partners, Samsung Ventures and existing investor Benaroya Capital. In case you...

Goo.gl To Shorten Your URLs

12/15/2009, If TinyURL and bit.ly don’t do the job for you, you might want to check out goo.gl, and in case the name didn’ already give it away, it’s a service that’s just been rolled out by Google. The only catch is that it’s currently...

Cryo Egg to predict sea level changes

12/11/2009, With our ice caps melting, the sea is not going to go anywhere else but up – which will result in thousands of coastlines changing around the world as the 70%-30% balance between sea and land start to change. The Cryo Egg aims to help predict sea...

Epson Extreme Gamer Looks Weird

12/10/2009, We’d really love to see someone dressed up like this show up at our front door, for humor’s sake, if nothing else. It seems that Epson is going to great lengths to promote its EH-TW450 projector, even to the extent of having some guy dress up,...

WiGig Alliance Looking To Faster Wireless

12/10/2009, Will out laptops be sporting WiGig standards in the future? Well, the folks over at the WiGig alliance certainly hope so, and they’ve finally completed the unified specification. Based on the specs, the speeds will be able to hit 7Gbps, which is a...

Silent Vacuum Cleaner Has iPod Dock

12/10/2009, Did you ever consider the possibility that vacuum cleaners might be silent? Well, Electrolux came up with the Silence Amplified just to drive home that possibility. Dubbed the “most silent vacuum cleaner ever made”, it operates at just 68dB,...

Panasonic Completes Bid For Sanyo

12/10/2009, You might have read some previous news on Panasonic pushing for a majority stake in Sanyo, and now the much-delayed 403.8 billion yen ($4.6b) deal has been completed. With Sanyo’s top 3 shareholders agreeing to sell part of their shareholdings for a...

Tegu Magnetic Wooden Building Blocks

12/10/2009, Most folks today would have fiddled with building in the earlier days, right? Well, maybe the kids of the future will have some more interesting building blocks, those with built-in magnets. The building blocks from Tegu have magnets hidden inside each of...

Wireless HD Expected By CES 2010

12/09/2009, Are you addicted to high definition movies? Well, there’s good news for you, as word is that Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) should be ready to rock by CES 2010, which isn’t all that far away. With this technology, you’ll be able...

Google Chrome Extensions Now Available

12/08/2009, Are you looking to expand the feature list of Google’s Chrome? Google’s Chrome Extensions are now live for everybody, which are similar to the plug-ins or add-ons that Firefox uses. Some of the featured extensions include Remember the Milk,...