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One Plug, 10 Phones: Shanghai Donya's Multi-USB Charging Cable

Busy travelers not only take a variety of mobile phones, smartphones and Blackberry-style PDAs with them on business trips, they also need to lug along each device's specific charger. Shanghai Donya's Multi-USB Charging Cable changes all that while charging 10 different mobile devices.

Lenovo's Android Thinkpad Tablet Leaked

For those of you who are fans of Lenovo, I've got good news, and I've got great news. The good news is that Lenovo's Lepad and Ideapad U1 are still releasing this summer; they're likely slated for an international release in July. The great news is that the Lepad isn't the only Tablet Lenovo's got in the works. Very recently, the specs and release date for a new Android 3.0 tablet have been leaked.

It's looking pretty decent so far. 

Membo Helps You Keep Tabs On The Basics

While it wouldn’t help in every situation, the Membo by Dreamfarm is a fairly simple concept that could really help with remembering some of the everyday routine stuff that tends to slip your mind when you’re busy.

Mow Your Lawn With Husqvarna's iPhone App (And Mower)

One of the chores that I detest the most is having to mow my lawn, especially during those hot summer days. So when I heard about Husqvarna's new iPhone app that allows you to mow your lawn from virtually anywhere, well, let me just say it piqued my curiosity.

Toshiba's New Laptop Offers Glasses Free 3D

Toshiba's got a very cool notebook on the horizon. They've christened it the Dynabook Qosmio T851/D8CR, and it may well be one of the most unique Toshiba products I've seen to date. What's so unique about it? It's the first laptop that allows for glasses-free 3D viewing. Sounds pretty awesome, no? 

Let's take a closer look.

Be Your Own Bank With The Personal ATM Machine

Now here's a smart way to teach your kids a lesson about money, spending, and budgeting: by installing an ATM machine right in your very home.

Water Blade Comes Whistling Out Of Its Minimalist Sheath In The Kitchen

Washing your dishes may just be getting both cooler and more environmentally friendly with the KineticEfficient Water Appliance (KEWA).

The Razer Hydra And Portal 2

Like it or not, motion control's been kind of a big deal in gaming lately. We've got the Nintendo Wii, Sony Move, and the Microsoft Kinect. I suppose there's just something about being able to game with a gesture that enchants us. Two days ago, Razer announced that motion control is finally coming to the PC, via the Razer Hydra. If that's not enough to grab you, it's going to come bundled with Portal 2.

Shall we see what Razer's got in store for us? 

Collapsible Bucket Folds Flat to Save Space

The Collapsible Bucket from Dinos is a concept that WILL hold water... but only when you want to use it. The rest of the time, it folds nearly flat to save valuable space.