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USB Drives For The Photography Buffs: Say Cheese And Plug It In

Over the years, I've accumulated my fair share of USB flash drives in a varied mix of sizes and capacities. For one, I kept misplacing the thin, 2.5-inch devices. Second, I kept buying them as they came out with increasing capacities and you never can have enough portable storage devices, can you? At least that's what I think so.

BRC's Binary Furniture: Would You Like To Sit This One Out?

Can't get enough tech-related stuff to fill your home with? In case that holds true for you, then you might want to consider looking into BRC Designs' Binary Chair and Table. This furniture company specializes in unusual and outrageous pieces but I don't think anything can be wackier than their Binary Collection.

The Wii 2 Rumors: It's Going To Be More Powerful Than Ever

Recently, we talked about the price cut that was going to implemented on The Wii. The timing made some pretty observant parties note that it's convenient a few weeks before the E3 2011 show, fueling speculation that Nintendo might be planning to announce the successor to the highly-successful gaming console.

This News Is Good News - Fellowships For Innovators In Journalism

The Knight Foundation and Mozilla Foundation are offering paid fellowships to journalism's future innovators.

YouTube's Sending Infringers Straight To Copyright School

YouTube already has some pretty strict rules and conditions stated right up front which you have to agree to before you can upload any content. Despite such guidelines, a lot of people still put up videos with copyrights that are owned by entertainment companies or smaller, private entities.

The Numi High-Tech Toilet: For A Royally Superior Pooping Experience

We all could benefit from having a smart toilet that can watch our backs sometimes. So when I heard about the Numi, I was intrigued. More so because it carries a hefty $6,390 price tag.

Angry Birds Easter, Coming Right Up!

Rovio is doing all it can to keep the interest and the love alive for Angry Birds. Aside from the original Angry Birds video game, they've launched quite a lot of sequels and companion games to keep up with the recent tide of events and seasons.

Punching Pro: Your Boxing Robot Companion

Things can get boring pretty fast if you only have a punching bag to throw some punches at. A sparring mate could be a viable option, but if you're still a beginner then things could get dirty (and painful) fast. For times like these, it sure would be helpful to have a punching robot around to help you land your punches, a punching robot in the form of the Punching Pro.

Go Jump, Jump, Jumpity Jump In The Doodle Jump iPod Game

In Doodle Jump, you take on the role of the small green jumper and guide him up platforms to the top. It's a casual game with a lot of spunk. You also don't get a lot of chances with the game: make one misstep and you fall to your death.

Massive Gaming With The World's Biggest Pac-Man

If you're a fan of the classic Pac-man video game then get ready because something massive this way comes: the World's Biggest Pac-man!

Too "Bizzy" To Check It Out Yourself? Thank Goodness For Bizzy!

Life gets too busy sometimes. We lead very hectic and "bizzy" schedules (I couldn't resist this pun, even though I've already used it in the title), that's why it's probably a good idea to get Bizzy so we don't stay out of the loop of good places that are worth a visit.

Leggo Of My LEGO-Inspired Radio Alarm Clock and Boombox

These days, I just can't seem to get enough of LEGO-inspired toys, games, and electronics. The latest gadgets to add to that list would be the LEGO Boombox and the LEGO Radio Alarm Clock.

Fun With Bullet Heaven: An Online Shooting Game

Are you bored, sitting there in front of your computer screen with nothing else to do? I came across this game while I was on my break. It's a simple and pretty basic shooting game but I think it's geared toward a younger audience.

US Tourism Mission Takes Social Media To China

In an era when Americans can learn a lot from the Chinese pertaining to various business practices, the Chinese also are welcoming new ideas from the West. A Tourism Mission scheduled for April 22- 29, 2011 will bring together educators and tourism professionals who are travel industry veterans. In addition to topics such as green energy, cost containment and management systems for the travel industry, the itinerary for this mission will also include the new field of social media.

Geolocation App Rethinks Check-Ins Making It Less Hat & More Cattle

Since geo-locaton apps - also known as location-based social networks - became part of our cultural zeitgeist, there are many who have chosen not to join their rank and file. Still considered  part of the Wild West fringe of the social media landscape, the schadenfreude descriptor of  "all hat, no cattle" comes to mind in calling out apps that are more playful than serious.