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Kick To Pick App Gives Fetuses A Chance To Select A Moniker

If you are about to have a baby and feel that your unborn child deserves to throw his/her two cents in during the naming process then there is an iPhone app you should check out.  Kick to Pick gives fetuses a voice of sorts when it comes to choosing their names.

BYU Students Develop An Affordable Eye-Tracking Tablet For Disabled People

Students from the Brigham Young University have come up with a really innovative gadget that can serve as a useful tool for the disabled that costs a whole lot less than the available commercial alternatives available in the market.

Get Ready For Some SNES Gaming WIth The SupaBoy

Gear up for the SupaBoy Portable Pocket SNES Console because it's coming to you very, very soon. A release date hasn't been set yet but Hyperkin has announced that it is already in its prototyping stage.

Motorized Roller Skates: Skataz Take The Legwork Out

Watch and learn how you make something bad much, much worse.

Get A High Score In This Game And Land In The Guinness Book of Records

If you weren't born with a record under your belt (world's smallest baby) or if you just can't seem to bring yourself to do some really grotesque or unhygienic stuff to get a record (like growing your finger nails and toenails for decades), then this could be your chance to get your name printed in the book: play the Guinness World Records video game and get a high score.

Minimal Mice - A Dystopian Computer Future?

As computer towers get bigger, keyboards get more multi-use and mice get bulkier, designer Vrouyr Joubanian has created an alternative: the Void Mouse.

Smart Surfboard Helps You Rip Waves Better

Its like a ridable computer; this new surfboard promises to take wave-riding to the next level.

Plan It - Chart The World With StatPlanet

StatPlanet lets you interact easily with a wealth of World Bank data.

Since "4 Squared" Is 16, "Foursquare Day" Must Be 4/16

While Silicon Valley has more techie start-ups than you can shake a stick at, NYC always seems to have to work a little bit harder to earn its geek cred. However, on April 16, that will change, when Foursquare, one of New York's standout home-based LBSs receives a special honor. On that symbolic date, Mayor Bloomberg has declared it "Foursquare Day."

Quiet Dignity: Asus's Geforce GT520 Silent

Some pretty cool news from Asus this week, in the form of a new Nvidia card. The Nvidia GT520 Silent is a passively cooled graphics card, meaning that, as the name suggests, it's completely, well, silent. Not that graphics cards generally make a great deal of noise to begin with- or maybe I'm just desensitized to the sound of a computer's cooling system kicking in. I'd also venture to guess that the passive cooling system also means that the new piece of hardware ultimately consumes less power, as well.

Now, we've but one question left to answer- what can this new product do?