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4D City Skyline Puzzle Makes A Toy Of Out Of Time

Puzzles are great - and they're even better when they include the mystical 4th dimension. That's right, this puzzle of the New York skyline includes Time, and not just the time it's going to take to put it together.

Give Your iPhone a Vintage Look With This Retro iPhone Case

This '80s analog phone features a remarkable 960-by-640 resolution touchscreen and has a front camera that allows FaceTime video calling–now, wait a minute! This isn't some phone from the eighties because it's just the iPhone dressed up in some vintage threads! Now this is a creative case that can really age your phone up.

Tazer Toy A Shockingly Bad Idea - Gee, Who'd Have Thought?

In what has to be one of the most colossally stupid marketing moves ever made, a company is now producing "toy" tazers that not only resemble the real thing, but give out real shocks. Yeah, this is going to end well.

Lost Your Android? It's No Problem If You've Got Seek Droid

Now here's an app that we can all definitely use! If you're the type of person who often loses (or misplaces) your phone then Seek Droid might just be what you need. It's a $0.99 investment that can help you safeguard the personal information and data on your Android should it fall into the hands of the wrong person.

"I Know That Face"-Advanced Facial Recognition Software

Computers that talk to us. Programs that recognize human emotions and respond accordingly. An electronic device that knows the face of its owner. Sound like science fiction? 

Birmingham University researcher Lijun Yin wants to make it a reality. 

Clearing Up The Noise Part II: Solutions For Capturing Quality DSLR Audio

DSLR cameras are not equipped to record high-quality audio, but a few improvements can turn your scratch-track DSLR audio to production-ready audio.

The Human Touch Comes Calling - Anatomical Advancements In The World Of Mobile Phones

Yep, that's a picture of a man dressed as a cellphone. And while that's a Halloween costume, NTT DoCoMo and Osaka University in Japan are working on ways to make your mobile phone more human.

Mark Zuckerberg Action Figure Pokes Fun At Facebook Founder

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has followed Apple's Steve Jobs into action figure immortality, and social media hero worship may never be the same again.

Lights Out - A Sensor That Cuts Your Electricity Usage

A single sensor in your home could save you 40% of your electricity costs.

On This Day In Video Game History: March 10

Here's a bit of video game trivia before we take an even deeper plunge into the past: the first ever video game called "Tennis for Two" was created by William Higinbotham in 1958. But what happened on the 10th of March eleven years ago? Read on to find out!