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Free Solar-Powered TV Sets Bring Programs to China's Western Nomads

Thousands of solar-powered TV sets complete with solar panels, batteries and satellite receivers have been donated to ethnic herdsman in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Nomads who've never even seen a TV before can now enjoy 51 channels of programming.

'Clippy' Pocket Scissors Holster Covers All the Points

Running with scissors again? Japan has something for that: the “Clippy” pocket scissors holster! This kissin' cousin to the classic nerdy Pocket Protector makes it possible for sharp travelers to practice safe snips.

LED Emergency Flashlight Pig Needs No Batteries, Won't Hog Energy

The cute, practical & eco-friendly 'Dynamo Torch Pig Shape' from Chinese online gadget emporium Shanghai Donya may have an unwieldy name, but this flashlight swine will rise & shine when storms strike and power outages leave you in the dark.

New Asus Eee Pad Transformer Coming November 9th

The launch date for Asus' followup to its popular “dockable tablet” has been set, and we've got a new exterior design coming alongside a few upgraded hardware features.

USB Big Mouse Makes Other Computer Mice Seem Inadequate

If you're unsatisfied with your mouse, supersize it! That's what the tech tyros at Brando Workshop have done, and the result is the USB Big Mouse, a glowing blue optical mouse that's bigger, bolder, and better than before... well, bigger at least.

Classy or Crass? China Cranks Out Steve Jobs Memorial iPhone and iPad Covers

Was it a crass way to commemorate a class act or a stroke of entrepreneurial genius anticipating huge public demand? Within mere hours of Apple founder and tech icon Steve Jobs passing away, memorial iPhone and iPad covers were flooding out of Chinese factories and onto retail store shelves.

The Amazon Kindle Fire & Apple iPad 2: A Brief Comparison

Amazon's Kindle Fire has been officially announced, and the company is currently taking pre-orders for the device. Should you purchase one over the formidable Apple iPad? I hope this comparison article will help you with your decision.


Double-Edged Frozen Food Knife Cuts Cold Turkey and More

The innovatively designed CHIC Frozen Food Knife from Japan makes short work of ice-cold meats, poultry, seafood, bread and more thanks to its wickedly sharp, double-sided molybdenum-steel blade.

Let Your iPhone Shine with The Swarovski Ball Earphone Jack Accessory

Bored with your plain-jane iPhone, smartphone, iPod or MP3 player? Check out the Swarovski Ball Earphone Jack Accessory. Plug in any one of the 15 different crystal colors and you'll be shouting “iBling, therefore iAm!”

Corsair Announces Hydro H40, H70 CORE Liquid CPU Coolers

Water cooling used to be a pretty dangerous addition to a PC. While it still is, alternative self-contained designs such as Corsair's Hydro Series bring much of the advantages of liquid cooling, while allowing easy installation and zero maintenance – and now, for an even lower price than before – with the new Hydro H40 and H70 CORE.