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I am a sucker for a good micro tool. Mash up a quality tool with a low price and I am sold. The Gerber Curve ($8.34, usually $16.16) is keychain sized while being surprisingly strong and secure. The Gerber Curve Micro Tool sports screw drivers, a file, bottle opener, blade, carabiner, and more. Overall Length: 3.50″ Closed Length: 2.25″ Width Closed: .75″ Weight: .8 oz Stainless Steel ...

Posted on Mar 21 2017 - 10:07am by Craig
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Let me start off by saying these are imitation human skulls that are made of steel, lave granules, and ceramic. No humans were injured in the making of these Human Skull Gas Fire Logs. On one hand these are pretty creepy, on the other they are pretty awesome. Guaranteed to get a conversation started when guests gather around the fire-pit. Not sure where said conversation will go however. These human skull fireplace logs are meant...

Apple just added a Product(Red) Edition iPhone 7 to the line-up. Nothing new on the inside of the phone but the outside is wrapped in a deep red finish. Not only will it stand out in a land of grey phones but it will also help the search for a cure for HIV/AIDS. ...

The high-end watch game continues to evolve for better and worse. This watch, might be in the latter category. A Polish company called Wealth Solutions has come up with a line of watches named the Spirit Watches. Their plan is to partner with independent Swiss watchmakers with the differentiator being they will have a drop or two of rare alcoholic beverages inside. Huh? Their latest Spirit Watch is made by Louis Moinet and will hold one drop of the world’s oldest whiskey, Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862. They will be available for purchase...

Remember when you only had to worry about hackers getting access to your computer (microphone, camera, and data)? Ahh, the good old days. Now that we are fully aware of our governments addiction to spying on its citizens, it makes sense to disable microphones and cameras when and where possible. I am not saying that you should open...

Warner Bros. Interactive and LEGO Group started working on LEGO Worlds last year as a competitor to Minecraft. The game studio Traveller’s Tales developed the game (same as LEGO Star Wars) and is now available for the PC (via steam), Xbox One, and PS4. About time and sure to be awesome.   LEGO Worlds is an open environment of procedurally-generated Worlds made entirely of LEGO bricks which you can freely manipulate and...

Quality LED flashlights have gotten so inexpensive that it makes sense to have them around the house/office. This is one of the better deals we have seen in a while. This four pack of OxyLED OxyWild MD02 LED Flashlights is just $14 today. Click here and use code 4OXYMD02...

The march of automation continues. Some people think that their jobs are untouchable, for example folks in the medical field. There are already robots that can perform highly technical and precise surgeries. It won’t stop there. The triage nurse has a new robotic competitor from a Begian company called BeWell. The robot is named Wellpoint and it is a self-service kiosk for patients entering hospitals. Traditionally a nurse would take about seven minutes to say “hello”, measure your weight, pulse oximetry, and blood pressure...

Move over hamsters. Humans now get to get exercise in a plastic pod as well. This adventure ride concept is currently living at the Agroventures Park in Rotorua, New Zealand. You can check that out here. Video and more details after the break. ...

The Raspberry Pi platform has been wildly successful selling over 12-million units since the first launch. The $5 Rasberrry Pi Zero was quite a hit but had most users adding Wi-Fi or Bluetooth modules and antennas. The latest, Raspberry Pi Zero W, has both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, a Proant antenna, and a CYW43438...