Archive for August 1st, 2014
 
 
 
Clocks
 

Large Bendable Clock Using Electronic Ink

E-Ink and Citizen Watch announced their bendable clock yesterday. The thing is just 3.0 mm thick, and 1.5 kg in weight. The battery life is also reportedly 20 times that of convential digital clocks. Due to the use of electroni...
 
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$0.99 iPod Nano

Yeah, you heard us. The 99 Cents Only store will be selling iPod Nanos for the same price as everything else in the store for... $0.99. The catch? There's only going to be 9 iPod Nanos for sale when 99 Cents Only opens its late...

 
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Fuel Cell Car To Go

So it might be sometime until you can purchase a car with a hydrogen based fuel system. However, you can purchase your very own Fuel Cell Car Lab for just $80. The Fuel Cell Car Lab arrives in pieces, and must be assembled pres...
 
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Nokia 770 Review

Arstechnica recently took an in depth look at the Nokia 770. I was disappointed to hear that the stylus didn’t compliment the 770’s sleek and slender styling (they found it the worst stylus they had ever used), but hey its just...

 
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Intelligent Food Container Knows When Its Stale

Unlike any other Tupperware, this device clamps on to your food container, and tells you when the food has gone stale and when it’s best to use by. The device “monitors the temperature of chilled foods and predicts their qualit...
 
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iPod’s Most Durable Case

Heading to the Amazon and can’t leave your tunes at home? Then you probably want the Pelican i1030 iPod case. This has to be one of the most durable cases for the iPod and it’s perfect for storage and travel no matter the clima...