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Send Pigs A Tumbling Down In The Pig Shot iPod Video Game

What do you get if you put a slingshot and a pig together? Pig Shot, that's what. It's an entertaining game for the iPhone and iPod Touch that doesn't require a whole of thinking but a whole lot of pig shooting. All that tumbling makes for one unfortunate and constantly dizzy pig. How far can you go before you bump into a rock or collide with a sheep that won't go easy on you once you do? 

iPad Extreme Sleeve by G-Form: It Can Withstand Anything (Including A Bowling Ball)

Throw it around, let it float on the pool, or drop an eight-pound bowling ball if you want to: it's not going to hurt your iPad 2 once it's in the super strong and sturdy iPad Extreme Sleeve by G-Form.

Baby Bidou MP3 Player: For Babies Who Love Music

The Baby Bidou MP3 Player is made for babies ages 6 months and up. That's quite early to hand your offspring a gadget to play some tunes that young but we never know he might grow up to be a modern-day Beethoven or Justin Bieber incarnate.

Share And Share Alike: The Open Compute Project

Facebook's become a social media giant since its inception in 2004. Nowadays, it seems nearly impossible to find someone who hasn't at least heard of it. But CEO Mark Zuckerberg isn't content with just social media. Facebook's going to expand into computer hardware.

Yes, you read that right. 

Logitech Teams Up With ZAGG To Come Up With The New iPad 2 Keyboard Case

A collaboration by Logitech and ZAGG has resulted in the impending launch of the new iPad 2 Keyboard Case that will convert the tablet into a network with a bluetooth keyboard on the side. This is fantastic news for anyone who prefers typing on a separate keyboard rather than on the virtual one on the iPad 2's screen.

Not Again, RIM: The BlackBerry Orlando Leak

I don't know what's up with all these BlackBerry leaks lately but here's another one for you that's just in: the BlackBerry Orlando. Unlike the previous leaks, there aren't too many detailed photos or specifications but a leak is a leak until the phone's been announced by Research In Motion (RIM) and as of this moment, they still haven't done so yet.

GameSalad: Game Creation For Everyone

I love the idea that GameSalad is putting forward. Developers and independent game makers have filled the iTunes App Store with millions of fantastic games but now GameSalad is giving regular old gamers like you and me a shot at creating our own games with their application--even if we have no idea how all that coding mumbo jumbo works.

The Spade Hacker: Severing Armenia's Internet Access With Nothing More Than A Spade

She set out to find some copper wire to scavenge. Instead, a 75-year-old woman from Armenia inadvertently hit and severed fiber optic cables that cut millions of users in Armenia and Azerbaijan off the internet for a good twelve hours or so.

Overflowing With Awesomeness? Then You Need This AWESOME Button

Matt Richardson from Makezine has come up with the AWESOME button (yes, the word deserves to be in all caps) that will input a random synonym of the word "awesome" every time you click it.

The Asus Lamborghini VX7: Now With Sandy Bridge

When you think of a Lamborghini, what's the first thing that comes to mind? The Italian line of sports cars, most likely. Why not a computer? First announced in 2006, Asus's line of Lamborghini laptops have done the names of both companies justice- delivering high performance and power along with top quality aesthetic design. Recently, Asus has upgraded their Lamborghini VX7 model with Intel's new Sandy Bridge microarchitecture.

What does that mean for the VX7?