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Lashlight Lights Your Lashes

10/25/2009, You saw the LED eyelashes that we pointed out to you a few days back, but what if you don’t fancy carrying around a hair of headphones just to make your eyelashes flashy? Well, you could always check out the Lashlight, which sports a formula...

DIY MIDI Footpedal Saves You Money

10/25/2009, Want to make your own MIDI footpedal? The task might seem daunting at first, but you can take heart, as Marc Fischer has successfully built his own DIY MIDI footpedal, made form a pocket-sized MIDI keyboard, and a few blocks of wood. It’s always...

Largest Lego Mario In The World

10/25/2009, Everybody loves Mario, especially the folks over at Nintendo. However, how many of you are willing to painstakingly create a giant Mario sculpture from LEGO bricks? Dirk VH, the creator of this awesome LEGO sculpture, is currently auctioning this 5-foot...

Sega Console Zippo Lighters

10/24/2009, Missing your old Sega gaming console? Well, if you’re feeling sentimental about it, you could always pick up one of these Sega console Zippo lighters. They’re going to be retailing at about $114 each, so it’s not exactly cheap, but if...

Yoda Tree Topper For Your Tree

10/24/2009, Tired of putting the same star at the top of your Christmas tree every year? Well, this year you could succumb to your Star Wars desires and place Master Yoda at the top of your tree, complete with his LED green lightsaber, perfect for the holidays....

Sony Digital Frame with built-in printer

10/22/2009, This Sony DPP-F700 digital frame has a built-in color that can output 6×4″, 300dpi photos in just 45 seconds. The main display is a 7″ LCD screen with a 800×480 resolution. It’s not a touch display, but the buttons on the right...

Google preparing itself to manage 10 Million Servers

10/22/2009, In a recent presentation, a Google Engineer said that Google is getting ready to manage 10 Million servers, as a “cloud computing” future seems to be on the horizon. The sheer number of servers wasn’t the main focus. The more interesting...

Philips Directlife measures healthy lifestyle

10/20/2009, It’s hard to argue that exercising is a bad thing, but it’s just hard to get to it right? Philips argues that we should start small (avoid elevators, park farther away from work…) to reach a greater goal. But the smaller you start...

Electronic Popables For The Future

10/18/2009, We’ve all seen pop-up books before, but these modern Electronic Popables that some folks from the MIT Media Lab have come up with are certainly amazing. It uses the traditional pop-up paper book mechanics, but there are also modern paper-based...

Solarfeet Foot Tanner

10/18/2009, If you concerned about having white feet because you wear socks all day, resulting in the color of your feet not matching the other parts of your body, you could always check out Solarfeet’s foot tanner. As you can see from the picture (above), you...

Spooklight For Your Bike

10/18/2009, We’ve all seen various versions of brake lights for bicycles, but the Spooklight is certainly something interesting. For starters, it has blinkers, so you won’t have to tire your arms to signal when you’re turning. The blinkers are...

Foldable Bike Looks Handy

10/17/2009, If you’ve ever felt lazy and wanted to walk instead of ride your bike, then the Bergmönch Backpack Bike will certainly be something that you’d like. This lightweight bike can be folded and stored into an integrated backpack while even...

Pilar Faucet Is Touch Sensitive

10/17/2009, If you’ve worked around the kitchen before, you’ve certainly been through an occasion where you’ve got your hands full and can’t twist the faucet to get the water on. Well, have no fear, if you’ve got $495 (or $547) to spare,...

Murakami Rocking Chair Is Eco-Friendly

10/17/2009, Everybody is going green nowadays, and while it’s always a good thing to see tech firms trying to do their part, it’s also nice to see simple items go down the same path. Such is the case with the Murakami chair designed by Rochus Jacob....