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    Philips Hue Introduces LivingColor Bloom and LightStrips

    Philips hue, an LED light bulb containing ZigBee wireless electronics and controlled by an app, turned out to be pretty popular when it became available not too long ago. Popular enough, it seems, to where Philips decided they would take the ball and run with it. Their new Friends of hue product line will work […]

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    Yubz Mood Light Elevator Will Brighten a Room with Your Touch

    Till now Yubz may have been best known for their retro and artistic handsets that let you talk on your phone without having to subject yourself to harmful radiation. But they are actually expanding their collection to include some unique new items. One such item is the Mood Light Elevator. The Mood Light Elevator is […]

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    World’s Largest Thought-Controlled Computing Installation to be Unveiled at 2010 Winter Olympics

    InteraXon is a company that has worked extensively on developing thought-controlled computing. Just in time for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, they plan on putting together the world’s largest thought-controlled computing installation. Their Bright Ideas installations will allow visitors of the Winter Olympics to control the lights at light displays at Toronto’s CN Tower, […]

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    Shame on you PC.com for Celebrity Techover

    PC.com is a new web site aimed at helping ordinary folks learn about computers. Sounds good so far, right? They also have a bunch of online video shows. The most distasteful of which is – Celebrity Techover where already wealthy celebrities get expensive technology makeovers. For example – poor Josh Duhamel doesn’t have the home […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent Desk for Mac Review

    The new Seagate FreeAgent Desk for Mac has been designed specifically with Mac users in mind. Its modern silver and white aesthetics have been sculpted to blend in seamlessly with your current Mac set up whether it be an iMac, a Mac Pro or a Macbook Pro. Overall the drive is a nice size for […]

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    Adobe Unveils Creative Suite 4

    It feels like just yesterday that Adobe announced Creative Suite 3, but low and behold they’ve just announced CS4. Here is a list of some of highlights of the new products. New Features: A simplified workflow in Adobe Creative Suite 4 allows users to design across media more efficiently by making it easier to complete […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent Go Review (2008 Edition)

    The new Seagate FreeAgent Go sports a slick new brushed metal design that is both slim and lightweight, weighing in at just 5.6 ounces. The device itself measures 0.49″ in H x 3.15″ in W x 5.12″ in Length. It’s lightweight and small enough so that you wont mind carrying it around with you, yet […]

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    Vivienne Tam and HP Team up for the Digital Clutch Fashion Laptop

    Fashion week is mostly known for its high end fashion and celebrity sightings. You never see anything remotely gadgety on the runway except for the disco balls or strobe lights for the shows. Well HP and Vivenne Tam decided to do something a bit out of the box and introduce the Vivienne Tam designed Digital […]

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    Samsung YP-S2 Pebble MP3 Player Review

    In April we had the chance to go to the Samsung Spring Fever event and check out  some new products being released soon from Samsung. One of the items that struck us as especially unique was the YP-S2 MP3 Player aka the “Pebble.” It was tiny and adorable and definitely female friendly. It would certainly […]

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    Samsung 2008 Spring Fever Gadgets

    We had a blast at the Samsung Fever Showcase looking at all the great cool stuff coming out soon, as well as what is out already. Below are some of the items that caught our attention. Samsung Series 4 450 3-D Ready Plasma HDTV: The first of it’s kind, Samsung always thinks outside the box […]

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    Cool off or Heat Up with The C2 by Herman Miller

    The life of a cube dweller or typical employee in urban America; some spend 8 to 10 hrs a day or sometimes more of their life in a cube. There is no privacy, you have to deal with the emotional and mental problems of your co-cube habitator, let alone deal with constant eye strain from […]

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    Maxtor Shared Storage II Networked Hard Drive Review

    I guess it comes along with the territory that I have lots of computers. So when you have that many you tend to save documents and images separately on all of them. Which makes it very frustrating when you are trying to work with a document and it’s on another computer. It’s a terrible unorganized […]

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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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    Nerdcore Calendar Features Pin-up Girls Playing Video Games

    “Hot Babes” have graced the covers of many gadget magazines for many years now. Stuff and T3 magazine in the U.K. and the late Sync Magazine just to name a few, use photos of gadget laden females to help sell magazines. For women like us whom are truly technology enthusiasts (AKA closet geeks) this sort […]