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Plick: robotic building blocks for kids

07/14/2011, One of the best ways to teach kids about how electronics work is through the use of toys and Plick, robotic building blocks for kids aims to make it as fun and as easy as possible. Plick is an interactive building toy that can be used to create a...

Netflix Price Rise Makes Thousands Angry

07/13/2011, If you haven’t heard yet, Netflix has lifted its prices by 60% or so. In a blog post, Netflix has announced new plans and price changes. From now on, users will have to pay $7.99 and $11.99 for 1 and 2 DVDs out at-a-time plan (complete list on the...

Ostrich pillow lets you sleep at your desk

07/13/2011, Don’t you just hate how uncomfortable your desk at work is – especially when you’re trying to have a power nap during lunch time? Well, Kawamura-Ganjavian, a Madrid-based design studio has come up with a solution to the problem. An...

AT&T discounts Amazon Kindle 3G with Special Offers

07/13/2011, For those of you who’ve been holding out on getting the Amazon Kindle 3G with Special Offers, your patience has been rewarded. Amazon has just announced that the Kindle 3G with Special Offers has just been given a pretty good price reduction, thanks...

Posture Pad tells you to sit correctly

07/11/2011, If you’re always working in front of the computer all day, you should know how important it is to have a good posture when you’re seated. But how do you remind yourself to sit up properly all the time? Well, a group of high school kids who...

Mad Catz announces opening of Fightertown Saitek Flight Center

07/11/2011, Mad Catz Interactive, the creators of well known gaming accessories for consoles and computers has announced the opening of a new Saitek Flight Center called Fightertown. It is touted to be the “newest and most impressive addition to the Saitek...

Fujitsu shows off next generation color e-Paper Module

07/11/2011, The days of eReaders mainly being in black and white are coming to an end. Manufacturers are trying to inject color into readers that work well in full color and in difficult lighting conditions. It looks like Fujitsu are next up to the plate with the...

Senseg E-Sense technology lets you feel virtual textures

07/10/2011, Computers are slowly but surely getting more and more interactive, starting from the use of color in displays, followed by the introduction of soundcards, surround sound, and various multimedia abilities. Well, fast forward to today and touch-sensitive...

ucardo combines QR codes with business cards

07/07/2011, Since Hipscan popped up a few weeks ago to bring QR codes into the limelight, it feels like the black and white boxes are making a comeback. Another company taking advantage of QR codes for its virtual business card service has now surfaced, with an open...

Map out the places you’ve been with this LED wall map

07/07/2011, With digital maps and navigation systems, does anybody actually use physical maps anymore? Perhaps for nostalgic reasons, or perhaps you prefer having a physical map framed in your room, marking out the places that you have been, along with places that...

Panasonic launches VIERA Connect developer portal

07/07/2011, Folks interested in creating apps for Panasonic VIERA smart TVs will be pleased to hear the good news. Panasonic has just announced the launch of the VIERA Connect Developers – a public web portal that encourages IPTV app developers to write apps for...

Samsonite has a new way of bringing your luggage along with you

07/06/2011, Do you not like lugging around your luggage in the train station, or perhaps you wanted a more novel way of transporting your luggage within the confines of the airport (or anywhere else for that matter)? Well it looks like Samsonite has come up with a...

Skype Integration With Facebook This July 6th?

07/04/2011, It has recently been reported that come July 6th, Facebook will be announcing a tie-up with Skype which would allow users on Facebook to video chat via the website. Since Facebook has already been integrated with Skype, it would be a logical assumption...