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These cool utilitarian bicycles from Holland are basically the SUV’s and work horses of the Dutch. The bikes are now available in the USA, De Fietsfabriek USA (pronounced Da-feets-fa-breek) is making the bikes in Chicago. You can get the bikes customized to your liking and then shipped...

The folks at iRobot make some pretty useful household robots.  Most people are familiar with the iRobot Roomba robotic vacuum cleaners which wander around your home cleaning in a crazy pattern.  Another iRobot device that you may not be familiar with...

Finally a great home theater in a box (HTIB).  Why do I say finally?  Because, typically, when you buy a pre-packaged home theater system… they pretty much suck.  They usually look...

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After doing copious research which included touching other peoples Netbooks, reading reviews, using the “I am just looking” line on sales...

Let me start off by saying… I never thought I would be writing about a gaming chair… it is sooo 40-year old virgin.  Either way… this thing is actually cool… and...

Apple finally came out with their new in-ear headphones and they are much better than the original Apple headphones.  The new Apple earbuds are powered by two speakers per ear and come with a remote and microphone that works with the iPod...

Any chance the Blackberry Storm is going to put a dent in the iPhone’s armor?  I don’t think so.  We don’t have ours yet… but here is what the folks at Wired had to say. Click screen is a revelation for touch compatible devices. Converts iTunes...

Posted on Oct 16 2008 - 2:36pm by L.
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Great for wealthy kids to learn about water evaporation and condensation… or poor developing countries where clean water is a real concern.  The WaterCone is a simple and neat way to turn brackish or salty...

I am not an Apple fan boy, but I do believe that anyone releasing a product that claims to challenge the 900lb gorilla that is the iPhone needs to bring a pair of brass balls and a cup to the fight. Looks like Nokia is doing just that. Launching in India, the latest...