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Lenovo Preps New ThinkPad X130e Ultraportable for Schools

Lenovo is showing off a new 11.6” laptop aimed towards elementary and high school students. The ThinkPad X130e pairs a durable exterior design with power-efficient Intel or AMD processors in an attempt to appease the IT departments of schools everywhere.

Reactive Lighting Brings Safety, Efficiency, And The WOW Factor To Your Stairs

Traditional staircase lighting fails to impress functionally.  Even when lit with a fancy chandelier from an arched ceiling, which basement and attic stairs seldom deserve, the light cast may not be the safest.  But the Web's famous gadget hacker from Manitoba, Canada, Alan Parekh, has developed a complete kit for safe, energy-efficient, and versatile LED stair lighting that can express your individual style as well.

Japanese Earthquake Seismogram Sculpture Created by Luke Jerram

Dry statistics and flat printouts do little to convey the awesome destructive power of earthquakes. British multimedia artist Luke Jerram has found a way to bring data to life, as it were, and by doing so express not only the measured progress of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake over 9 minutes terrifying but also display the pure esthetic beauty of nature's fury in action.

Cooler Master Announces Elite 431 Plus Case; Low Price and Premium Features

Those looking to build themselves or their relatives a new computer for the holiday season now have another good option for a case. The new Elite 431 Plus may have a bargain bin price tag, but it will allow users to install high-end videocards and CPU heatsinks without any space concerns.

DIY Theremin Kit from Japan Makes Sounds Only Lenin Could Love

The Gakken Theremin Mini DIY Kit is the ideal holiday gift for your niece or nephew provided you can't stand their parents. They say Lenin loved the theremin's eerie sound the first time he heard it, so full Marx to him.

Magic Spiker Slip-On Soles Give Black Ice a Black Eye

I see your snowshoes and I raise you: Ice Shoes! Actually these Magic Spiker winter soles stretch over almost any shoe, turning the most mundane loafers into ice-gripping, non-slipping, cold-weather warriors. Pretty slick, huh?

iPhone Geiger Counter Calls Out Concealed Radioactivity

The Geiger Fukushima iPhone was designed to be cheap yet effective in exposing radiation hotspots. It accomplishes these goals by working with the owner's iPhone and a dedicated app, thus reducing duplication of components. Bonus: it's made in Japan's hard-hit Fukushima prefecture!

Lenovo Unveils "World's Smallest Desktop PC"

While it's physical size may not live up to all the hype that Lenovo is giving it, the IdeaCenter Q180 is still quite a small PC, with features that would make it practically perfect for use as a home theater PC (HTPC).

Pickmaster Plectrum Punch Owes a Debt to Credit Cards

Attention indebted guitarists, don't be so quick to cut up those maxed-out credit cards. The Pickmaster Plectrum Punch quickly recycles VISA, Master Card and other name brand credit cards into cheap “green” plastic guitar picks. Sing with me now, “E I E I Owe!”

Is Amazon Planning a Smartphone?

After its successful Kindle ebook readers and the recent launch of its Kindle Fire tablet computer, the online retailer is also apparently planning to release a smartphone, too.