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DARPA Designs New Robots After Cheetah And Pack Mule (Videos)

Biomimicry is almost a byword of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Indeed, if any group has discovered that 'nature does it better,' it's DARPA, and you have to admit the Agency is pretty adept at imitating it.  Here, are two of DARPA's latest robotic tributes to nature's designs: the Cheetah Bot and the Pack Mule Bot.

Handy Portable Bidet Helps You Stay Fresh While On The Go

The Handy Portable Bidet De Toilette model DL-P200 from Panasonic Japan cuts personal hygiene for women and infants down to size. Available in six fashionable colors (three of them pink), the DL-P200 is like a tiny high-tech Japanese toilet you can hold in your hand or hide in your purse.

Love You LONG Time: China's Nettled Netizens Mock the iPhone 5

Apple's highly-anticipated iPhone 5 is finally here and what do China's fanatical fanboys & gals get after their long wait? A longer iPhone... Really? Less than impressed with this critical post-Jobs product, China's clever, creative and critical netizens have logged into China's social media matrix to call Apple out.

Alcohol Analyzer for iPhone, iPad or iPod is a Mobile Breathalyzer

Pick up your iPhone and measure your blood alcohol content instantly with the digital, no-batteries-required Alcohol Analyzer for Apple's iPhone, iPad or iPod from Japan's Spec-Computer.

Oh Snap! The $35K, Limited Edition, Japan-Only White Leica M9-P Camera

Only 50 Limited-Edition White Leica M9-P digital full-frame rangefinder cameras are available for sale, and all 50 are exclusive to the Japanese market. Priced at an astounding 2.625 million yen or around $35,500 each, these white Leica M9-P cameras sell at five times the price of standard Leica M9-P cameras.

Tech 101: When and Why You Should Buy Refurbished Electronics

 A lot of people say that refurbished goods aren't for them. The reason for that is they have misconceptions on the quality, durability, and functionality of refurbished items. But the fact of the matter is this: just because it's been 'fixed up' or 'repaired' doesn't mean that it won't last long.

CruxSkunk Transforms Your iPad Into A Macbook

Stuck with an iPad and wish you had a full-size Macbook? The oddly-named CruxSkunk will help soothe your loss.


Folding iPad Stand Puts Your Tablet on Hold

iPad owners everywhere are raising their voices about raising their iPads. It may be the latest First World Problem but fear not, Apple Fanboys (and Fangirls), Shanghai Donya's got a first-rate solution: the Folding iPad Stand.

The Galaxy Camera: Android On One Side, Full-Size Point-And-Shoot On The Other

Samsung's latest device looks as if the camera portion of a smartphone was given a steady diet of steroids and protein supplements. The overall specifications are pretty decent as well.


Sony Vaio Duo 11: Business Windows 8-Powered Convertible?

Pictures have revealed that Sony is preparing an apparently powerful hybrid tablet computer with a built-in retractable keyboard and the full Windows 8 operating system.