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Dexim Visible-G USB Cable Glows When Current Flows

This Universal USB Charge & Sync Cable from Dexim employs integral blue LEDS that scroll, marquee style, along the path of your current connection. Pimp my USB cable? Dexim has, and you're certain to get a charge out of it!

Is Gmail Smarter Than You?

Gmail has revamped itself with an all New Look with many great new features.  The new look brings the ability for more customization and a myriad of improvements such as better search filters, automatic adaption to screen size, ability to change the size of your text, new themes, easier to follow conversations, the addition of profile pictures and, one of my favorites, drag and drop attachments.

Wearable Eyeglasses Computer Combines Mainframe and Monitor

A Chinese technology company has designed a wearable computer with no visible mainframe or monitor - they've both been miniaturized and secreted in a pair of highly modified eyeglasses! This is much more than just another concept, as China's powerhouse mass production capacity ensures the mighty mini multimedia machine will be filling store shelves this coming March.

Quad-Core HTC Endeavor Delight Awaits

There are two things on my mind lately: The upcoming Mobile World Congress 2012 and Nvidia’s Tegra 3 chip expected to be in HTC’s next smartphone the HTC Edge, I mean HTC Endeavor – the world’s first quad-core phone.

SOPA Wrung Wry By History's Most Hated Leader

Toward the end of 2011, the American Censorship Org took action against SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), a U.S. bill racing through Congress that threatens "prosperity, online security and freedom of expression." On January 18, thousands of websites like Wikipedia have pledged to go dark online in protest. To show its solidarity, Google has blocked out their iconic logo on their search engine.

Sequinetic™ Sun Glasses Chase Away Winter Blues

... Light therapy is a traditional method of relief for SAD sufferers, but it requires its subjects to be stationary while under special lamps.  But with the help of Kickstarter, three now-happy engineers have succeeded in raising the funds to produce their answer to SAD - Sequinetic™ 'sun' glasses. 

Polaroid Z340 Digital Camera – Not Yesterday’s News

Perfect for the socialite, geek, photographer or anyone who remembers the days of fanning a Polaroid in hopes of it developing faster, the Polaroid Z340 Instant Digital Camera should be on everyone's list for any occasion such as Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day parties, birthdays, weddings and, of course Christmas.

Sweet Music: Chocolate Scented Headphones for Valentine's Day

Ear candy just got real thanks to 'Sound Like Chocolate', the world's first chocolate-scented stereo headphones. Thoughtful, tasteful and calorie-free, these sweet smelling headphones from Japan's Fu-Bi are the perfect practical Valentine's Day gift for your favorite cocoa nut.

Designer Keyboard Brush from Japan is Really the Pits

Finally, a use for armpit hair! Well, sort of. This cute anthropomorphic brush is designed to clean your keyboard's hard to reach nooks and crannies while putting a smile on your face. The unabashedly hirsute “Okite” underarm hair brush comes from Japanese design house and specialty retailer DECOLE, and is one of the popular Humania series of home, office, kitchen and school cool tools.

Remote Control LED Color Changing Ice Bucket for Light Drinkers

Add some extra fizz to any party with the LED Color Changing Ice Bucket with Remote Control. The bucket's cool-running 25,000-hour rated LED light ensures your bubbly won't boil while the remote control option is just as cool as it gets.