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Campack shoots video, plays music

10/27/2006, You know how snowboarders often hold that power job and fly business class, and hence the type of clothes they wear also cost a handsome amount of money to fit with their station in life. The Campack from O’Neill is perfect for high-flying...

Actroid Ballroom Dance Robot

10/04/2006, Robots are getting more and more attention these days, and their cause will be greatly helped with the extremely human-like Actroid DER female robot being displayed at the NextFest show in New York. These digital lifeforms are actually graceful ballroom...

NovaDreamer lucid dreaming course

09/21/2006, We do experience lucid dreams (dreams where we are conscious that we actually dreaming) at times, and what is even more amazing is the fact that certain quarters believe we can be trained to lucid dream at will. The NovaDreamer lucid dreaming course aims...

Honeywell Fingerprint Safe

08/29/2006, What better way to secure your data than with fingerprint authentication technology. The new Honeywell Fingerprint Safe features a tamper-proof design that will deter even the most determined of data miners. This $500 safe can be programmed to recognize...

Motorhome with built-in garage

08/28/2006, Motorhomes are glorified gas guzzlers that come with nearly every creature comfort imaginable, where the majority of us just dreams about owning one when we retire. Of course, if your pockets are deep enough to own one, chances are you have at least a...

High-Tech Trash Talk

08/28/2006, As much as we love gadgets, a lot of us don’t know nearly enough about how to dispose of them properly (in an environment-friendly manner). When we heard about Elizabeth Grossman’s “High Tech Trash” book, we did seek a meeting with...

Casio GPR-100 GPS wristwatch

08/22/2006, Casio has a new GPS wristwatch for those who not only want to tell the time, but would love to know where they are at the moment. The GPR-100 targets those who are inclined toward sports like jogging and distance running as it is able to measure the...

Cruizin Cooler – the rideable ice chest

08/13/2006, There’s currently a heat wave going on in various parts of the globe, no thanks to our reliance on gas guzzlers to get around. The extreme temperatures mean we sweat a whole lot more and need to replenish our bodily fluid more often. The Cruizin...

A-Bike, the compact foldable bicycle

08/02/2006, Foldable bikes are meant to be portable, but what’s surprising is most of them aren’t particularly the most portable environmentally-friendly mode of transport around. The A-Bike opes to reverse that trend as it is diminutive enough to be...

Smart carpet spills the beans on age, gender

07/27/2006, The Japanese have invented a carpet that is smart enough to tell your age with amazing accuracy – that’s not to say it has a 100% record of right guesses, but it definitely thumps Madam Zora and her crystal ball into submission. This smart...

Kyocera Mita FS-9530DN laser printer

07/25/2006, Kyocera Mita will replace the outgoing FS-9520DN printer with the latest A3 ECOSYS printer, the FS-9530DN. Duplex and network capabilities are standard with this new printer, offering fast print speeds of up to 51ppm. There are also other time saving...

Verbatim to release BD-R, BD-RE media

07/18/2006, Verbatim will be making its Blu-ray Recordable and Rewriteable media available across stores this month, starting with a 25GB capacity disc that will be followed by a double-layer Blue-ray media disc later this year. All of Verbatim’s discs come...

Woods Solar Powered EZ-Tent

07/06/2006, Since its summer, now is a good time to bring your family and rough it out for a few days in order to get away from the hustle and bustle of the hectic city life. Of course, mom and dad will enjoy taking nature walks and going out for a spot of fishing,...

Ubergizmo Guide to Bootleg copies

06/16/2006, Piracy has long been the bane of many an industry – from game and music to software developers. This white collar crime has cost all 3 industries billions in revenue each year with the authorities always one step behind the pirates. Most, if not all...