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Clocks
 

Retracting Alarm Clock

Clearly you remember the Blowfly alarm clock? More practical for actual production is the Sfera alarm clock. The clock is hung above the bed and emits a gentle glow when the alarm is reached, naturally awakening you from sleep....
 
 
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Levi iPod Jeans Pic

Here’s the first picture of the Levi Redwire iPod jeans we’ve seen to date. Although it’s still not clear what all the advantages are of these things, it looks like there is also some sort of ‘lock’ accessory. Via Gadgetblog
 
 
 
Household
 

Consumer Level Fingerprint Door Knob

The BioKnob, by Tychisystems, can replace any preexisting door knob and provide fingerprint security access for up to 100 people. The biometric security device also records and stores the last 1000 users detailing user info, ti...
 

 
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Liquid Solar Panels

Although we can’t make any concrete conclusions based on site content, it would seem that what we have is liquid solar panels. Harnessing the power of sun light has always been a costly process. Innovalight hopes to revolution ...
 
 
 
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Quarter Sized 10 Gig Hard Drive

Remember that Toshiba drive that squeezed a whopping 4GB into a package slightly larger then a quarter? Colorado manufacturer Cornice is doing one better by producing a hard drive with a 10 gig capacity in a similar size (40 x ...
 
 
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Desktop Free Mouse

The standard wireless mouse can only free you from cords, while your arm will remain latched to the desktop almost defeating its purpose. The Perific Dual Mouse frees you of both cords and the necessity of a desktop for mouse c...
 

 
 
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Hot Air Balloons replacing Cell Phone Towers?

Extend America and Space Data Corp are working on a replacement for the conventional cell phone tower. They're developing a technology that would use disposable, hydrogen-filled balloons as cell phone towers. The hot air balloo...
 
 
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Motorola SLVR 7 Released on Cingular

Motorola and Cingular released the SLVR 7 today. If you remember, we featured a review of the SLVR sans iTunes from Mobile Review back in October. This time PC Magazine has taken a quick look at the designer phone, and boy am I...
 
 
 
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Spy Phone – Eavesdrop on Your Guests

The Telespy Motion Detector Telephone Alarm may not foil a robbery, but it sure will expedite the divorce paper work. Activated by heat changes in the room due to an occupant’s movement, the Telespy Phone rings a programmed num...
 

 
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Automatic CD Ripping

So you have a collection of CDs, you wanna rip them to your computer, but you don’t wanna stick around inserting disc after disc into the drive. Whatta you do? You can always opt for the cheap labor (i.e. little brother), or pi...
 
 
 
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Another Portable, but Retro Looking Digital TV/PMP

The Tube ND100 may look retro, but this little PMP device can receive a DMB signal, supports touch screen control, has a video out, and supports SD/MMC memory cards. According to DAPReview the Tube like protrusion on its rear c...
 
 
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XBox 360 Software Update

Microsoft has released the first XBox 360 Software Update. The next time you connect to XBox Live, your XBox should automatically download the update. What can you expect from the January 2006 System Update? Look for all this e...