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The Tputh Is Out There: Social Media News For Techies

How do you discern what's important, and what's being talking about the most?  Tputh is trying to answer that question by offering a social media aggregator based on tech news.

Yamaha Wants To Stick You In A Wheel To Save Space

Yamaha's Wheel Rider design for commuters puts you inside of a wheel in a Tron-esque minimal-space vehicle.

Get Your Olympic Fix With NBC's Fantastic Site

If you find yourself with Olympic fever, but can't find the time to watch all the events that you love, fear not. NBC has created a website that will bring you all the coverage you could ever desire without the hassel of having to be in front of your television until 4 a.m.

Mechanical Venus Fly Trap Will Keep Buggers Contained For You

If you don't mind creepy crawlers, or if you want to capture them without killing them altogether, you might want to check out this cool mechanical venus fly trap.

YouTube Tries Its Hand At Finding Music You Like

YouTube has created what they're calling "YouTube Disco" as a project to find music videos that are similar to the artist you search for.

The G-Point Mouse Knows Where You Like It

Here's a mouse that puts a decidedly erotic spin on navigating your desktop.

Topsy Searches Twitter With Google-like Results

Topsy may have gotten an edge on Twitter's internal search function, because the way this search engine is laid out is seriously awesome.

WebSeer Lets You Experiment With Google Suggestion Results

As Google continues to collect data on what we search for, some of the more fascinating results have been examinations of global conciousness, which is what WebSeer is all about..

Attention Freelancers! Oronjo Is A New Way To Sell Your Work

Oronjo is a new platform for selling your content that has a lot of people excited about how it might be able to adapt to the changing face of online media.

GoneForGreen's Solar Backpacks Generate Energy On The Go

These new backpacks from GoneForGreen.com feature an oversized solar panel on the back that can charge a lithium ion battery and give output energy via USB ports.  In a day and age where energy-consuming smart phones have become the norm, an invention like this could keep us all charged up for a bit longer each day.

Konami's Piece Walker Makes Solving Puzzles An Adrenaline Rush

Konami's latest promotional site for the upcoming video game title, Metal Gear Solid, puts you in a cardboard box and squares you off against other online competitors to see who can solve the puzzle first.

7 Cute Valentine's Day Gift Ideas For Your Gadget-Loving Crush

Finding that perfect Valentine's Day gift can be quite a hassle.  All to often, girlfriends end up getting something that satisfies their desire to give something "cute" but not really "cool". So, that is why I decided to create this helpful list of  some Valentine's Day gift ideas that can satisfy the need for giving something "cute" but that also can satisfy our need to get something "cool" and perhaps even useful in satisfying the inner geek in most guys.  Check out some of these finds! 


Lego Lovers Will Definitely Click With Their New Website

In an effort to find out more about what makes Lego lovers get that moment where your ideas just "click" together, Lego has introduced a new website to bring clicky thinkers together.

Google Gets In On All The Tablet Hype With Chrome Concepts

Not to be outdone by all the hype surrounding the iPad, Google released concept images and video of what a tablet PC running Chrome OS might look like.

Find Great Coupons And Discounts In Your Neighborhood On CouponMap.com

Did you ever wonder why you miss out on specials at your local eatery, or miss a buy-one-get-one at the supermarket?  You can fight back against missed deals using this great Google Maps application.

Alcatel's Upcoming Android Handset Caught On Video

The handset looks basically like a Palm Pre with Android on it, but the French bloggers seem to have gotten pretty excited about the low cost handset.

Takara Tomy Invents An RC Car That Runs On Soda

Japanese toy makers Takara Tomy has announced a prototype for a remote controlled car that runs on sugary fizz.

HTML5 Being Developed To Replace The Need For Proprietary Flash Plugins

There's a new protocol for websites that aims to take out the need for proprietary plugins such as Adobe Flash Player.  Introducing, HTML5.

Want To Delete Your Social Networking Accounts Once And For All? Try DeleteYourAccount.com

If you want to leave a site once and for all, and leave no trace of yourself to be discovered, you'll want to check out DeleteYourAccount.com.

Sprint, AT&T To Get Compatible Versions Of Google's Nexus One

The highly anticipated Google-branded smartphone has seen very limited success with its launch on T-Mobile, but will launches on AT&T and Sprint make up for the disappointing sales numbers?