By Andrew LiszewskiThis towel doesn’t have a built-in timer, thermometer or any kind of high-techery, but it’s probably still more useful than most of the gadgets in your kitchen. It features a print full of useful measurements and conversions (I had no idea there were 4 pecks in a bushel) and since it’s a towel, you don’t have to worry about it getting dirty since you can Read More »
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One is small and simple but fails as a security camera; the other is big and ugly but does it all. Originally posted at Rafe's Radar Read More »
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Rather than interchangeable lenses, Ricoh's new system uses sealed modules combining a lens and sensor. But will its high price render the whole thing a nonstarter? Read More »
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You think maybe the cats at NVIDIA are a little hot to trot on the tablet concept? Not only did Mike Rayfield (the company's general manger of its mobile division) spout off on a "3G capable touchpad" a few months ago, but CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has been spotted in Dubai with some seriously radical looking hardware. When we hit a post on Huang and his love for all things Apple earlier today, we someh Read More »
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It might be quite a while before science and medicine are able to make you better, stronger and faster with bionics, but there is an easy and inexpensive way to blend man and machine that's available... Read More »
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ZiiLabs does not make any consumer products itself but intends for the ZMS-08 Zii System-On-Chip to be used by manufacturers in devices such as Web tablets, Netbooks, and smartphones. Read More »
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Lowe Pro's latest additions to its line-up of all-weather camera bags. Read More »
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Cellphones are handy in a pinch. They make emergency calls, serve as a late night texting platform, and now in developing areas where money is tight and malaria runs rampant, they can serve as a... Read More »
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Candidly speaking, we can't honestly envision too many of you fine folks running out and purchasing one of Creative's new ZEN X-Fi2 portable media players given the availability of such robust alternatives. That said, we'd be remiss of our duties if we didn't point out that the PMP which shocked us at IFA is now on sale directly from Creative. $129.99 buys you an 8GB model, while $179.99 nets you Read More »
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Too busy comparing Droid and iPhone price plans and not waiting in line at a Verizon store to keep up with Crave this week? Here's some of what you missed. Read More »
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