Daily Archives: January 19, 2012

USB Cufflinks

Brookstone Offers Wi-Fi-Enabled, 2GB USB Cufflinks

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Similar to something out of a James Bond movie comes Brookstone’s Wi-Fi-enabled 2GB USB cufflinks for super stealthy international missions or just a regular day to the office. The polished silver oval Wi-Fi and 2GB USB combination cufflinks offer both style and function and are perfect for business meetings, travel...

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S3 Arctic 1 Watt Laser Review

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I seem to be the one that ends up with items that fall in to the “why in the hell did this get made?” category. and this is the second item from company Wicked Lasers that falls into that area.  The first was the “Torch” – the flashlight so bright...

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Fred & Friends’ Switch Salt and Pepper Dispenser

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Why settle for ordinary salt and pepper shakers when you can have one of the most original ones out there with the Switch Salt and Pepper Dispenser from Fred & Friends ($9). Instead of having separate shakers, the Switch Salt and Pepper Dispenser puts the spices in one large shaker...

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Nike Fuelband (video)

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The pedometer has long existed.  Back in the day, it was a merely a little, round plastic box with a physical counter for a display.   The whole setup was mechanical and merely provided your total accumulated daily steps, that’s assuming you reset it every 24 hours.  The evolution of technology has lead to...

Apple Focuses on Educaton

Details From Apple’s Education Announcement

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Apple provided some important information regarding education and its technology at today’s event held at the Guggenheim museum in NYC. It seems Apple has their eyes set on reinventing the textbook even though it already has 20,000 learning-themed apps and 1.5 million iPads that are currently being used in education....

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LCD TV vs Plasma TV (comparison)

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When shopping for a new HDTV, you may wonder which should you get, LCD or Plasma? It’s really a good question and is often subject to almost a religious debate amoungst videophiles. But the reality of it is, that it largely depends on where the TV is going to go....

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Tamaggo 360 Imager (CES)

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Suffice to say, we were impressed with Kogeto’s DOT and the olloclip.  They’re both fantastic options when it comes to capturing images and video with the iPhone 4/s.  But what good does that do you if you own a  Nokia, Android, or god forbid a Windows phone.  Not much from...

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Miniot iWood 4 iPhone Case

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iPhone 4 cases are a dime a dozen.  That said, we’ve seen other wood cases for Apple’s smartphone, but nothing even compares to Miniot’s iPhone 4/4s iWood 4 case.  Why?  The detailing is unparalleled, as it includes a set of wooden, yes wooden volume buttons, a refreshing cool camera port and...

HP Envy 14

HP Envy 14 Hands-On (CES)

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At CES HP revealed the Envy 14, a full size laptop that takes on advanced style changes far beyond what we’ve seen for laptops in the past, while including all of the hardware that laptop users today want. At first glance the Envy 14 is stunning, a stark contrast from...