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Erector Spykee Robot--Fun with Practical Applications

Toy robots have come a long way since the wind-up tin-toy that would clunk along the floor with sparks erupting from the "guns" in it's chest. The Erector Spykee The Spy Robot is a great example of a toy that can also be used for practical applications around the house--or for taunting certain pets...

Lexus Designs new Infotainment System with Mouse-Like Navigation System

In car computers have come a long way since the first enthusiast decided to hook up his desktop to an in dash monitor and see what happened. Driving this point home is a mouse like control system, designed by Lexus, that allows the driver to navigate the functions of the infotainment system using a trackball like device.

The Nifty "Wire Stay" Joins The Crew At Doug Mockett & Co

Doug Mockett & Company has the the largest array of wire managers I've ever seen in one place! The specialty hardware store is a wealth of small gadgets, most of which you never think about unless something breaks, or falls off, or gets lost.

Recycled Computer Key Cell Phone Charms from Japan

There are few things modern workers & players look at more than their computer keyboards. These cool key charms strike a note of comfortable familiarity while keeping techno-waste out of our landfills - one key at a time. 

The 17-Inch MacBook Pro Is The Star At MacWorld!

So what if Steve Jobs did not show up at the MacWorld Expo this year. Apple still managed to unveil a new, snazzy, and powerful version of the 17-Inch MacBook Pro.

IGo's On A MIssion To Reduce Vampire Energy

This week at the Computer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, iGo® will release several new products, including the new laptop charger with IGo Green™. IGo Green is garlic and cross to the energy vampire, the electricity sucker who bites at night, when your gadgets aren't even awake.

Symbio: Plenty Of Promise, But Where Is It?

This may not look like your average advertisement for Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP), but the cordless Symbio is not your average phone. It's a lifestyle. This bather will be awakened by the hi-fi ringtones of the Violin Concerto in D.

When You Just Can't Work Enough... There's TrekDesk

"Excuse me ma'am. Did you just ask me why I was breathing so heavily? Ahh, don't hang up, ma'am. I swear, I am not...."

Remote Plastic Surgery: Great Idea?

Patent# US 6843793 known mysteriously only as a Surgical Instrument, is a highly complicated medical apparatus that entails the principle of remote plastic surgery. No, this is not done via a television remote or on an operating table in the rainforest in southwestern Borneo. It is, instead, a rather silly attempt to perform plastic surgery as a sort of game, like painting by numbers.

Russian Pays For Trademark Emoticon: What Will He Buy Next?

Would you buy an emoticon? One Russian businessman did, and he has trademarked that combination of punctuation marks used to convey a wink in text messages and email. The question is… why did he do it? Read on even though the answer still may not be clear.