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Mount Your iPad Anywhere With Mount Me Freedom

Tired of having to prop up your iPad on your legs or on some other surface when you're using it? Using odds and ends that you find on your table to position it upright when your hands get sore? Look no further because the Mount Me Freedom has arrived.

Say "I Do" To The Ringbow Mouse And Slip It On Your Finger

A few days ago, we talked about results from a study conducted by Nokia about using a ring and magnetic fields to control your mobile phone remotely. Now here's another techie ring that you can wear on your finger but it's not for your cellphone. No, this time, it's for your computer.

USB Drives For The Photography Buffs: Say Cheese And Plug It In

Over the years, I've accumulated my fair share of USB flash drives in a varied mix of sizes and capacities. For one, I kept misplacing the thin, 2.5-inch devices. Second, I kept buying them as they came out with increasing capacities and you never can have enough portable storage devices, can you? At least that's what I think so.

Alienware M14X and M18X: Landing Very Soon

Alienware fans, rejoice. Dell's in the process of planning the launch for the Alienware M14X and Alienware M18X, which will likely be happening very, very soon. It won't be long until you can actually get your hands on one of these two beastly machines.

The Wii 2 Rumors: It's Going To Be More Powerful Than Ever

Recently, we talked about the price cut that was going to implemented on The Wii. The timing made some pretty observant parties note that it's convenient a few weeks before the E3 2011 show, fueling speculation that Nintendo might be planning to announce the successor to the highly-successful gaming console.

This News Is Good News - Fellowships For Innovators In Journalism

The Knight Foundation and Mozilla Foundation are offering paid fellowships to journalism's future innovators.

The Numi High-Tech Toilet: For A Royally Superior Pooping Experience

We all could benefit from having a smart toilet that can watch our backs sometimes. So when I heard about the Numi, I was intrigued. More so because it carries a hefty $6,390 price tag.

Punching Pro: Your Boxing Robot Companion

Things can get boring pretty fast if you only have a punching bag to throw some punches at. A sparring mate could be a viable option, but if you're still a beginner then things could get dirty (and painful) fast. For times like these, it sure would be helpful to have a punching robot around to help you land your punches, a punching robot in the form of the Punching Pro.

Razer Switchblade To Release First In China

For all you Razer fans out there, I've got a spot of good news. Remember the Razer Switchblade that was first previewed at CES 2011? Well, Razer's in the process of planning the product's launch.


Leggo Of My LEGO-Inspired Radio Alarm Clock and Boombox

These days, I just can't seem to get enough of LEGO-inspired toys, games, and electronics. The latest gadgets to add to that list would be the LEGO Boombox and the LEGO Radio Alarm Clock.