Daily Archives: January 30, 2012

Virus Coffee Clothing

Virus Coffee Clothing Adds 10 Degrees

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Sipping on a hot coffee will heat your body internally, but who would’ve thought that wearing it could have the same effect. Virus, a California based clothing company, uses the left overs from coffee production, otherwise known as Coffee Char, or coffee charcoal to manufacture their clothing.  That’s right, they...

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PSVita 3G/WiFi Bundles Announced

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Sony’s Vita isn’t exactly destroying sales records.  The portable console went on sale in Japan already and reports have flooded in stating that it is anything but the run away hit the company needed.  As a result, and to help bolster sales here in the US, Sony will be rewarding those who...

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Sony HMZ-T1 Personal 3D Viewer Review

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The evolution of the TV might be ongoing, but one thing that’s constant is the desire for as big an image as possible. Granted that we’re all spoiled with our flat panels and front projection systems, compared to the days of the 19-inch TV tube, but “bigger is better,” continues...

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Kinect Star Wars (video)

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The Star Wars brand will echo into eternity. Ok, it might be an exaggeration, but the brand is iconic and to this day could sell ice to eskimos. Unfortunately, the Star Wars video games, at least of recent on the latest generation of consoles has been lack luster. Hopefully that...

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Sony Cybershot TX-200V Waterproof Camera

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Sony’s newest point and shoot camera, the TX-200V, is not only the toughest that they’ve ever released, but perhaps the most beautiful (a word we don’t use lightly).  It was announced along with two new W series shooters, the DSC-WX70 and DSC-WX50, over the weekend. So what makes the TX-200V so...

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Cideko (Bluetooth) Air Keyboard Conqueror Review

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In the world of video games, the one accessory that every company seems to have their own version of is the controller.  No longer content to just modify the feel of the buttons, sticks, or the basic design; a few years ago companies started adding everything they could think of...