Daily Archives: March 24, 2008

Play With Hydrogen Fueling At Home

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Ok, so it’s not a full sized car and worst of all it’s not even remote controlled, but the H Racer and Solar Hydrogen Station let’s you play with hydrogen fuel in your living room. Just add water and watch the solar paneled fueling station convert it to hydrogen fuel....

Lego Solves Rubik’s Cube In 6 Minutes

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Guys over at TiltedTwister took the Lego Mindstorm and programmed it to solve a Rubiks Cube in about 6 minutes. How’s it work? A light sensor reads the cube’s color configuration then calculates the necessary moves and presto, it begins to solve the conundrum. There’s no external computer and the...

Make Your Own Twinkies

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Ask anyone in the world and they’ll confirm that a Twinkie can survive a nuclear fallout, especially Peter Griffin. Well, in case production ceases (ya, right) you too can now make your own Twinkies. The set includes a baking tray, icing injector and recipe book. Available here for $26....

zzzPhone Confirmed

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Crunchgear has confirmed that the zzzPhone is in fact real and will be coming state side.  They’ll be getting a review unit soon, so stay tuned for more details.  Purportedly, there might be the following OSs available on the device: Symbian, Windows CE, and Android.  There might also be a...

Fireproof & Waterproof Harddrives

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Panasonic’s Toughbooks are designed to withstand abuse from workers with ‘in the field jobs’ that might bump, knock, drop or scratch their laptops. SentrySafe hopes to complement those laptops with a new breed of hard drives that are fire and water resistant. Inside sits a Maxtor OneTouch 4 Mini hard...

Faucet Buddy: See Temperature & H20 Wasted

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In the past we’ve seen colored LED faucets and shower heads, in addition to a device that monitors how much electricity you use. The Faucet Buddy combines both of those inventions by displaying the actual temperature of the running water and how many gallons of H20 you’ve wasted. More info...