Monthly Archives: January 2013

Awesome January 31, 2013 posted by

Real Time Video Helicopter lets you use your phone for some fun snooping

You really have to hand it to those Far Eastern designers. No sooner have they developed affordable – and yes we mean cheap – small radio controlled helicopters, than they start to up the ante by introducing all sorts of clever to the genre. The past few months saw the arrival of helicopters which you controlled using your smartphone, and then there were ones which carried cameras. And now…?

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Real Time Video Helicopter lets you use your phone for some fun snooping
yeah, right! January 31, 2013 posted by

Inada Sogno DreamWave – Did someone call for a masseuse?

If you’re looking into getting a massage chair, it’s a known fact that you’ll be laying down a pretty penny. The big factor in helping your decision making is if it will adjust to your body type, and if it does the type of massage that you’d want. It doesn’t normally stack up to a real masseuse, unless you’ve got the dough for it.

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Inada Sogno DreamWave – Did someone call for a masseuse?
Bizarre January 31, 2013 posted by

Jolie Body Hair Trimmer – Tame the wookie

Do you have excessive amounts of body hair? Do you wish you didn’t? While most dudes don’t really want to completely shave off their body hair, there’s no harm in keeping it in check. You probably don’t want to use the trimmer that you use for your beard and hair for your armpits and legs. So why not get a separate tool?

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Jolie Body Hair Trimmer – Tame the wookie
Gadgets January 30, 2013 posted by

Diablotek Linux PC Keyboard – it’s a computer, inside a keyboard, on a desk…

There are two aspects of the personal computer which, over the years, have refused to be dominated by the size lobby. The monitor, which has grown ever bigger on our desktops, and the keyboard. If you do any kind of serious computering, you need a good sized keyboard with a separate number pad and all the bells and whistles. What’s strange however is the fact that the computer part itself has at the same time shrunk in size to almost…

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Diablotek Linux PC Keyboard – it’s a computer, inside a keyboard, on a desk…
Gadgets January 30, 2013 posted by

Kanguru Defender DualTrust – carry around your own ultra safe web browser on a keyring

It’s pretty common knowledge by now that doing any kind of private and important work while you’re away from your own computer is a big no-no. There’s no telling who might be snooping on your communications, or what you could leave behind if you use someone else’s machine. But now there’s a way to carry around your own safe environment, which will ensure you leave no trace and can conduct safe browsing anywhere.

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Kanguru Defender DualTrust – carry around your own ultra safe web browser on a keyring
Bookmark This! January 30, 2013 posted by

PushBullet – instantly move stuff from your computer browser to your Android phone [Freeware]

Once you start using a smartphone in earnest, you quickly discover that the more you connect it with your computer, the more useful it becomes. I constantly find myself checking traffic on the laptop maps before leaving, or hastily scribbling down an address or a postcode for the Google Navigation when I get into the car. But what I really needed is a quick and easy way to send from the computer to my phone without any intervening hassles.

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PushBullet – instantly move stuff from your computer browser to your Android phone [Freeware]
Bizarre January 30, 2013 posted by

USB Pet Rock will always be there for you

There are some things that we buy that have absolutely no function aside from being looked at. Figurines, paintings, and other decorative mediums are meant to simply sit there and look pretty. While we can’t always avoid the allure of these materialistic items, they may as well serve some other purpose rather than being an object in a room.

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USB Pet Rock will always be there for you
Fun & Games January 30, 2013 posted by

Tetris Alarm Clock – Wake up to nostalgia

If you haven’t played the game Tetris, you probably at least know what it is. Falling Tetriminos (I had no idea they were called that) are at your command to be turned this and that direction until they hit the floor of the chasm they’ve been cast into. If you have a straight line across, it disintegrates, and if it reaches the top, you lose. Other than the visuals, the main thing you probably remember is the theme song. Can…

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Tetris Alarm Clock – Wake up to nostalgia
Gadgets January 29, 2013 posted by

Googo Camera – the first peer to peer WiFi camera for iPhone and Android smartphones

We’re not quite sure exactly what market this new Googo Camera is aimed at, but it packs some interestingly innovative technology. The product is the first peer to peer WiFi camera which can work directly with a smartphone without the need for a router or computer in between. What this means is you can plunk the battery driven camera down on any surface, and obtain around 4 hours worth of operation from the internal 800mAh rechargeable battery.

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Googo Camera – the first peer to peer WiFi camera for iPhone and Android smartphones
Awesome January 29, 2013 posted by

Amazon Hack: how to get free Amazon eBooks in your favorite genre delivered to your inbox every week. [Freeware]

[Update: Amazon has killed this service for some reason, by removing the RSS feature. A good alternative you may enjoy however is Daily Free Books US and Daily Free Books UK.] You like books, right? Not fussy whether they’re paper or digital? Well then step right up and we’ll give you an instant guide to building a free personal library of Amazon eBooks, and what’s more books that you’re actually going to want to read, because they are in your…

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Amazon Hack: how to get free Amazon eBooks in your favorite genre delivered to your inbox every week. [Freeware]
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