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SONY's New Cassette Tapes, Redesigned for the Old Generation

Dust off that Walkman, Daddy-O! SONY's new series of cassette tapes sports larger text and wider labels designed to appeal to a whole old generation of music fans!

Train Window Smartphone Charger Stand from Genius Cell

Recreate the joys of a relaxing Japanese train trip while charging your iPhone 3GS/4/4S, Galaxy S/S II, or Xperia Arc smartphone! The Train Window Smartphone Charger Stand from Genius Cell offers a choice of three miniature recreations of real Japanese train compartments, with your smartphone's screen doubling as a picture window.

Windows RT Tablets? Count HP Out

It seems that the biggest manufacturer of PCs will not be putting out a new tablet device based on Microsoft's upcoming Windows RT operating system.

Orbitz Polishes Higher Hotel Rates For Its Apple Users

There's a reoccurring foreboding in many fairytales, that says: magic comes with a price. The Evil Queen that offered Snow White the poisonous apple received her comeuppance in the end, and hopefully Orbitz will be served a does of the same, when the traveling public learns that Mac users are charged more than those using Windows. Yes, in this case, you can think of Orbitz as the Evil Queen! And the 30 percent higher rates they are offering to Apple device owners, the fruits from their poisonous tree.

Chill Out With Thanko's Portable USB Liquid-Cooled Air Conditioner

When it comes to air conditioners, you can't take the coolness with you... until now! Thanko's portable liquid-cooled air conditioner uses USB or battery power, keeping you cool at home, work or play.

Can Nature's Forms And Sounds Help The Sleepless?

We know that art has been inspired by nature at least as far back as the Cave Man. Technology too has had a love affair with nature for thousands of years, though we are just recently experiencing a resurgence with a new 'biomimicry' movement.  But besides biomimetic art and technology, there are biomimetic exercises, such as those we find in certain yoga positions... and now, an NYU design student and insomniac, has employed the shapes and sounds of nature to help the sleepless sleep.

SK-Hynix Enters 2.5” Solid-State Drive Market

Here comes another large memory maker entering the growing SSD market with a pair of products, each offering high speeds and the company's own flash memory chips under their pearly-white hoods.

Scoot Right Through The Airport With Kick Scooter Luggage

You can pack your 2-wheeled carry-on and pull it through the airport, switching arms as you drag the bag all the way from your cab to check-in, up the escalator to the tram, through your terminal and bag inspection, and up and down the maze of halls to your gate.  But, I'm taking my Kick Scooter Luggage.

Acer Releases Iconia Tab A700 – 10” Tablet with 1920x1200 Resolution

Acer has released a new Android tablet boasting a screen with far more pixels than the average laptop, with decent internal specs to match.


Advantages of Having a Fully-Automated Home: Remote Security, Energy, and Home Management

How many times have you left your home, only to come running through the front door to check if the alarm has been set or if all of your appliances have been unplugged? Unfortunately, it's part of being human to be forgetful. One solution? Fully automating your home.