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Instant Perfect Inside Google Maps

Tired-looking and lost?  Sisley Instant Perfect skin enhancing product will help erase the look of exhaustion from running through the airport trying to find your gate, and with the introduction of Google Inside Maps you can get there with ease.

Sony Announces First XQD Memory Cards

Boasting high speeds, improved technology over existing formats, and high capacities, these cards are designed for professionals. Here come the first two models.

Nubot Video Chat Doll Attends Meetings as Your Remote Avatar

Who says you can't be in two places at once? Introducing Nubot, a smartphone faced robotic avatar doll controlled by Skype and webcam that allows you to interact with others remotely.

Secret Agent Style: Bluetooth Stereo Qi-wear Sunglasses

As an avid cell phone user, I am on a never ending quest for a better headset. Obviously one of the biggest problems with Bluetooth headsets is that you look like a dork while wearing them and while we may be geeks, we don't want to look dorky! Finally there is a solution to this problem sure to appeal to your inner secret agent persona: the Qi-wear Stereo Bluetooth Eyewear with maximum protection for your vision, hearing and style!

Avoid Co-Worker Cooties With The Vioguard™ Self-Sanitizing Computer Keyboard

I doubt the word 'cooties' was in Vioguard's application to the FDA  for approval of the very first Self-Sanitizing Keyboard (The UVKB50), but when you consider all of the types of germs that congregate on and between the keys of communal computer keyboards, you'll definitely want to avoid them like the cooties.  Hopefully, your company is willing to wait on line to order the hygienic keyboard....


Galaxy Nexus, Rezound or Droid RAZR? How do you choose?

It is rare that we as geeks have one device to be excited about much less three simultaneously, but that is exactly what happened with Verizon's latest generation of Android phones: Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs the HTC Rezound vs the Motorola Droid RAZR.

Slip Your iPhone 4 or 4S into a SwitchEasy 'Melt' 3D Case

SwitchEasy's colorful “Melt” 3D cases for the iPhone 4 or 4S keep your smartphone safe from life's hard knocks while managing to look hot and cool at the same time. The cases feature a slick, shiny, melty-look top portion molded in smooth polycarbonate plastic for easy ingress and egress from the owner's pocket.

Nokia's 801T Smartphone for China Touts Telescoping TV Antenna

Nokia's new 801T smartphone may be Finnish by nature but it's been nurtured to succeed in China's unique telecom environment. Take the retro-looking, telescoping TV antenna, for instance: it'll bring in television signals without putting owners in debt to their service providers.

HP 14" Ultrabook Coming Soon? (Updated)

An interesting video from HP has recently surfaced, hinting that a new laptop dubbed the “Spectre” may soon hit the market.

Faceless, Dial-less Wristwatch Leaps From Concept to Counter

Chinavasion's “Japanese Style Inspired” LED wristwatches display time digitally without the need for a face, dial, or hands... and they're priced at under $10 per timepiece. The futuristic wristwatch's design apes that of an award-winning, one-off, 2008 concept watch from Japanese designer Hiranao Tsuboi while Chinese engineering shortcuts make it practical for mass consumption.