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Review: RavPower Dynamo On-The-Go Power Bank

Our mobile devices are our lifelines; when they die, we feel it. Keeping them charged (and operational) is thus a huge priority. Unfortunately, this isn't always possible - one doesn't always have access to an outlet.

Ravpower's got a solution to that problem - the Dynamo-On-The-Go Power Bank.

Transform Your iPhone With The iFruit Conversion Kit

In GTA V - which may well be one of the best-selling PS3/360 games of the decade - much of the game's menu is accessed through the iFruit phone, an in-game parody of the Apple iPhone. Someone apparently thought it might be fun to own their own iFruit. You can too, if you've an iPhone 5 or 5S. 


New Innovation: Stop Texting And Driving At A Text Stop

The state of New York is taking the problem of texting and driving so seriously that they have created a new plan to deal with it. Governor Andrew Cuomo and highway officials unveiled a plan on Tuesday to place signs to direct drivers to 91 existing roadside rest areas where they can pull off to text. The plan is meant to encourage motorists to stop to text rather than to tempt fate by multitasking.

Light Powered Screens May Keep Your Gadgets Always Charged

New photovoltaic screens may allow light to be converted into energy, keeping your smartphones fully charged for an unlimited amount of time. No more battery worries!

Researchers Have Figured Out How To Power Your Cell Phone With...Pee?

The next time you go to the bathroom, you might end up charging your phone in the process. Researchers at the University of Bristol and the University of West England have discovered a means of powering up a cell phone using a stream of urine; a technology known as "microbial fuel cells."

What Would You Say If You Could Tweet To An Alien?

Let's say you're suddenly equipped with the means to send a Twitter-style text message into deep space. What would you want to say? Is communication even possible?

A group of researchers at the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science want to find out, using the Jamesburg Earth Station.

EnerGenie's ePP2 “E-Paper Printer” Ebook Reader Could Replace Your Inkjet

It's a curious way to market an otherwise normal e-reader. Energenie's ePP2 acts as a virtual printer when hooked to your computer, allowing you to “print” documents to it for viewing on the large e-ink display.

Blackberry: A Lesson On How Not To Run A Business

Today Blackberry announced a $1 billion loss and the layout of 4,500 employees, along with a refocus on enterprise markets instead of the consumer area. What went wrong?

Why You Want iOS 7

iOS 7 is very controversial, but it does include quite a few new features you may not know about, things that will help you and your users work more efficiently on your devices. Be ready for the next release by knowing what comes next.

Wrap Your Device In A USB Condom Before Using Strange Ports

No, this isn't a euphemism. There's actually a peripheral known as a USB condom; designed to keep you safe when using public USB ports. Designed by int3.cc, it works by allowing only the power pins of a USB jack to connect - meaning you can charge your devices in even the dirtiest port without fear.