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Sharper Image Projector For Your Home

11/03/2009, Projectors used to be some sort of semi-luxury products, owned only by the rich and famous. Fortunately for the most of us, the price of projectors has come down in recent times, and manufacturers seem to lowering the prices so that they can enter the...

Marvell and E-ink join forces to create a better eReader platform

11/02/2009, Marvell has been working with E-ink to build a highly integrated system on a chip (SoC: imagine a PC motherboard into a chip) designed from the ground up for eReaders. The chip can handle general processing, but also WIFI, Bluetooth, 3G and other key...

Futuristic Bathroom Looks Good

11/02/2009, What will bathrooms look like in 10 years time? Will it be the boring old room like the ones we currently use? Well, if the Roca Active & Relax Bathroom is anything to go by, the future is looking pretty clean (pun intended). How would you like a...

Cytronex Cannondale Capo Bicycle

11/02/2009, Sometimes you’ve just got to sit back and wonder what’s the difference between an electric bicycle, and a motorcycle. Probably just the type of fuel/electric it uses. Anyways, most electric bikes that you see are too bulky and heavy. Enter the...

Homemade Medium Format Camera

11/01/2009, Ever want to own a professional-grade medium-format camera, but can’t afford one? Well, aside from winning the lottery, you could always walk the path of Peter Johansson, and build you own. He’s been generous enough to document the whole deal,...

Star Wars AT-AT Cake

11/01/2009, Star Wars stuff really never gets old, and after the recent tauntaun wedding cake, we’ve got a giant AT-AT walking all over your lovely cake, not to mention Luke’s speeder is on the cake too, busy tying up the legs of the AT-AT. We’re...

Wadia 170i iPod Dock

11/01/2009, Want an iPod dock that doesn’t scream “cheap” to the masses? Well, if you’re willing to drop $379.99, you could always opt for the “high-end” Wadia 170i Transport iPod dock. This is the first product to offer the...

Are Muscle Sensors The Future Of Gaming?

10/31/2009, We’ve seem a simple game controller for games such as Pong, controllers for the Playstation and also Nintendo’s Wiimote, but will the gaming in the future see the absence of controllers? Well, with the muscle-computer interface technology...

Spooky DIY Tesla Radio

10/31/2009, Fancy a little DIY project over the weekend? Well, a nice little guide has appeared online, giving you instructions on how to come up with a weird little radio (of sorts) in a jam-jar. Apparently this non-powered radio will pick up all sorts out weird,...

LEGO Kitchen To Impress The Guests

10/31/2009, You might not have the artistic capabilities to come up with a giant LEGO Mario, but you could always give the LEGO kitchen a go, just like what designers Simon Pillard and Philippe Rosett have done. It’s not 100% made from LEGO bricks, but the...

Transparent 15-inch OLED display by LG

10/28/2009, LG has demonstrated a 15″ transparent OLED display prototype. While using these displays on personal computers doesn’t seem so great, imagine what transparent displays can let one build, especially in retail spaces, architecture or even...

Star Wars Tauntaun Wedding Cake

10/25/2009,   We’ve seen many geeky items throughout our happy history, but we have to admit, any girl to admit, any girl who is willing to let you have a dead Star Wars Tauntaun as a wedding cake sculpture is a girl worth keeping. Despite the fact that it...

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...