Monthly Archives: May 2011

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Sith Series Laser Would Make Darth Vader Proud

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The Star Wars Saga is heading to Blu-ray later this month.  Cool, but it don’t hold a candle, or should we say light saber, to Wicker Laser’s Sith Series laser. On either end is their 1W Spyder 3 laser, one of their most powerful.  It can fire an ultra powerful...

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HTC Thunderbolt Review

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[Rating: 3.5] One thing about HTC is that they build thick phones. This is a purely aesthetic deduction. Some people want a heavy handset while others always want smaller, thinner and lighter. Yet with the Thunderbolt, thickness doesn’t only come in its girth and weight. It’s heavy on features, like...

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Six Foot Water Balloon Exploding in Slow Motion (video)

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What does a giant, 6 foot water balloon look like in slow-mo when it explodes?  Hit the video below to find out.  These fine chaps from merry old England, called the TheSlowMoGuys, have been filming a variety of things exploding in slow motion.  And despite that novelty wearing off rather...

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S’More Maker Resolves the Chocolate Issues

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S’mores without a doubt are a camp fire favorite, but getting the chocolate to melt with the marshmallow is a conundrum even the best Eagle Scouts can’t resolve.  That’s why every good boyscout needs the S’More To Love STL-600 S’More Maker.  It’s been molded to fit up to six s’more...

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Bosch IXO Vino Screwdriver Pops Bottles of Wine and Screws

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Talk about the perfect father, or mother’s day gift. The Bosch IXO Vino Cordless Lithium-Ion Screwdriver looks and runs like your standard electric screwdriver, but it includes a corkscrew adaptor for opening wine bottles.  It comes in a special wine-style wooden box and also includes 10 screwdriver bits and a...

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Motorola XPRT and Titanium Coming To Sprint

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Sprint today announced that the Motorola XPRT and Titanium Android phones would be coming to the Now Network.  The XPRT has resided on the Verizon network for some months now, so it’s a bit of a surprise to see Sprint nab the handset and try to hock it for $129.99...