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    20 Ways to Geek Out Your Kitchen

    Kitchens are where the magic happens. Food brings people together, and at any party or dinner party, we all end up in the kitchen at some point. That’s why it should really reflect the heart of who you are. If you are a nerd that loves sci-fi films and uses the word “science” as a […]

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    Dyson Award Winner’s Copenhagen Wheel Transforms Ordinary Bikes into Hybrid-Electric Cycles

    Tonight in New York, the IDNY Meetup at Humanscale hosted a panel about engineering design in celebration of the James Dyson Award which just announced their 18 national winners. The James Dyson Award is an international design award that aims to encourage and inspire the next generation of design engineers. It’s run and supported by […]

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    i-Dog Amp’d VS the Original i-Dog

    We posted about the new i-Dog Amp’d a few weeks ago and now that we finally got our hands on the new pup, we decided to show off his new moves. Just to recap, aside from a groovy new pink floral design, the i-Dog Amp’d can now move his front right paw in an endearing […]

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    Kensington Notebook Stand with USB 2.0 Review

    I enjoy the convenience of using a laptop computer; from composing this story from the confines of my sofa or surfing the web, a laptop computer gives you the choice of complete portability. However, there are times that I wish my laptop PC had the functionality of a full sized workstation PC. I found Kensington’s […]

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    And Now for our Feature Presentation – Your Baby

    Weddings, Engagement parties, Birthdays, Just Divorced etc… There seems to always to be an excuse to visit Kate’s Paperie to send an announcement. Well 5Starbaby.com has a more unique way of making that baby announcement, that I’m sure the likes of Halle Berry and Nicole Ritchie would approve of. 5Starbaby creates movie poster size announcements […]

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    Pink Samsung U3 Review, AKA the Shuffle Killer

    A couple of months ago on Chip Chick we mentioned how totally cute the Samsung U3 USB Music Player website was and that alone already got us hooked on getting the U3 based on just how adorable it was on Samsung’s website. Well lucky us – we got to review the little cutie and all […]

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    Lexie Barnes Echos Laptop Bag Review

    Echo laptop bags are bursting with charming character reflecting that of its self described Bohemian artist designer- Lexie Barnes. As a thespian and world traveler, Lexie has splashed droplets of her creative endeavors across her collection of bags. This series of laptop bags come in three sizes- 13, 15, and 17 inch. We chose to […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent Go Drive Review

    A part of Seagate’s new line of stylish external hard drives, the FreeAgent Go is designed to be portable and small enough to travel comfortably with while still managing to pack in lots of gigabytes for storage. The design aesthetic of the FreeAgent Go is slick, and pretty different than most other hard drives. It […]

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    Kensington’s Ci70 Wireless Desktop Set Review

    The Ci Lifestyle Collection from Kensington continues to change the perception of typical Keyboard and Mouse designs. We previously reviewed the mice in the collection and the Ci70 Wireless Desktop set is no different, its sleek and space saving design combined with its excellent performance make the set a great addition to any computer set-up. […]

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    BuiltNY Laptop Portfolio, Sleeve and Electronics Pocket Review

    Do you consider yourself fashionable but hip? If so, check out BuiltNY’s line of bags for laptops and other electronics. We got our hands on some of their bags including their Laptop Portfolio, Laptop Sleeve and their Electric Pockets. BuiltNY’s signature style includes a unique bone shape that shows up in both their sleeve and […]

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    Belkin Network USB Hub Review

    When we were first introduced to the Belkin Network USB Hub, the Belkin representative declared that the installation process was just 5 minutes. Call me skeptical, but I figured that was just a gimmick and that it was unlikely to take just 5 minutes to set up networking device that could be used with a […]

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    Accordion Hero II

    So I’m reading Computer Games Magazine and I see a full page ad for Accordion Hero II. I was A bit confused, a bit shocked, and admittedly – a bit excited. I hadn’t heard of Accordion Hero I, forget about Accordion Hero II. My curiosity lead me to the web site address listed on the […]

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    Girls’ Gadgets of the 1920’s and 30’s

    Lately some companies have been pushing out Digital Cameras geared towards women such as the recent Harajuku Lovers Digital Camera from HP. At first I thought that it was about time that companies had started taking notice of the females in the gadget universe. Little did I know that as far back as 1928 there […]