Archive for September 20th, 2014

iRobot Face For Real

You all seen iRobot, right? This reminds me of the animated robot faces in the film, but unfortunately this guy, or gal, is all neck up. It works by projecting a real or computer-generated face from the inside out, creating a 3...

Software Based WiFi Isn’t Too Far Away

With new wireless frequencies emerging what seems to be every week, it’s no surprise that wireless devices, especially WiFi, have to be replaced. Some scientists at Dublin’s CTVR (Center for Telecommunications ValueChain Resear...


Battery Free Wireless Mouse

Most wireless mice come with rechargeable batteries and a charging dock, but that means infrequent periods of none use due to cradle placement. To escape this inevitable problem some folks developed a wireless mouse sans batter...

The Lego PC

This Lego PC includes a touch screen, DVD drive, RF Remote, and much more. More pics available. (more…)


Suitcase that Literally Shocks Thieves

This suitcase sounds like an accident waiting to happen – after all how many of us have mistakenly set off our car alarm. This suitcase sports not only a 107db alarm system, but an 80k volt electric shock (equivalent to a stun ...

Spy Computer Mouse

Nothing says ‘gadget’ like a spy tool. If you remember we featured a few phones that would perhaps assist in home security, but what about office snooping? The CP-1 mouse has a built in microphone that turns on when plugged int...


Kikkerland Parking Meter Alarm

Sick of that collection of parking tickets builing up in your glove compartment?  It may be time to pick up the Kikkerland KR06 Parking Meter Alarm.  This keychain alarm features a spring-loaded cyllinder for holding up to 10 q...