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Wall Socket USB Hub!

Here’s an awesome Wall Socket USB Hub that lets you practically screw your USB hub onto the wall so it stays permanent more or less.

Plug your USB device as easy as using your wall socket. Designed with an ordinary wall socket outlook with a magnetic back and hooks for steel or wooden desk. Each USB port is spread out to reduce space problems. The hub is bus-powered, and does not require an AC adaptor. Each USB connection is corresponded with the USB2.0 high speed mode. Available only fro

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Food Hack – How to Make Homemade Marshmallows!

For those of you who are “cook”-inclined like me, you will have to try out this new homemade marshmallow recipe and put some real fresh soft spots in your mouth.

Pour the boiling syrup into soaked gelatin and turn on the mixer, using the whisk attachment, to high speed. Add the salt and beat for 12 minutes. After 12 minutes, add in the vanilla extract beat to incorporate.

Scrape marshmallow into the prepared pan and spread ev

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DIY Skatebrake Kit for High Speed Downhill Skateboarding!

Check out these cool Skatebrakes that will add brakes to your skateboard.  Of course, this isn’t really practical for freestyling on the streets but it will definitely help if you live in area like San Francisco where steep hills will make it impossible for you to ride continuously.

With this brake kits, fear no more 45 degree hills in San Francisco, just apply the brakes if you happen to slide down too fast.  I think even if you are an advanced skateboarder, this will help in really steep hills as it’s annoying to put your right foot

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Non-circular Gears!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2vRkXoTWqc

Check out this video of non-circular gears that work harmoniously without breaking each other off.  What I am most interested is how well these non-circular gears will do when high-speed and weather-change are applied.

Let’s say you install these non-circular gears into a car that will run through over-100-degrees desert weather, will it manage?

We will wait for all your uber-mechanical engineers to answer this one.

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USB “Thumb” Flash Drive!

It’s not that often that a manufacturer takes things literally and makes a USB “Thumb” Flash Drive, but you are glad that they did.

Features:

USB 2.0 High Speed Plug and Play, Hot-Swapped capability Mass storage compliant Support: Windows Vista, XP, 2000 and Mac OS Dimensions: 55 x 24 x 22mm (approx.) Weight: 18g

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Keyscan Keyboard with 4800dpi Scanner on-board!

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As a person who owns both a regular old flatbed scanner separately from the keyboard, I can appreciate the importance of having the scanner closer to the mouse.

This Keyscan Keyboard comes with a 4800dpi scanner attached to the top of the keyboard for easy document scanning.  I think this is a pretty good idea.

Scanning type: Sheet-Feed scanner Scanning mode: Color: 24/48** bits high quality Gray: 8/16** bits gray leve

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HACK – How to Open Electric Doors with Giant Magnets!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwLv5HloyhI

Apparently, some electric and electromagnetic doors can be opened easily with these giagantic magnets.

The ‘ring of the devil’ is capable of attacking this kind of electronic motor lock on two ways.

Scenario 1: An electronic motor is nothing more then a metal part on an axe that turns because of a changing magnetic field. Turning electro magnets on and off will generate a pulling force on the metal part, making it rotate. The ring does the same thing. By tu

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AT&T Confirms High Speed Rollout in Time for iPhone 2.0 – Will it be fast enough?

AT&T confirms their higher speed 3G wireless speeds when the new iPhone rolls out. At 1.4 Mbps Down and 800 Kbps Up, will this be fast enough?

The answer is already clear. Their current 3G speeds are so slow that you can’t even really watch Youtube videos on it. With the new “hyped’ 3G speeds, AT&T is only fooling consumers, who in turn will also fool themselves to believing this is something new.

Do you want to be lied to twice?  I don’t think so, just remember when Apple had those TV ads when the iPhone streamed live Youtube…

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DIY Electric Unicycle that Balances itself!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC9cdIUiOqU

Woohoo, I need a unicycle like this one!

The UNIQUECYCLE is an upgraded GEN2 unicycle featured below. It has been boosted to a 60V system yielding in excess of 1000W. The NiMh battery system has been replaced by SLA technology. The SLA is lower cost, easier to recharge and handles regeneration and peak current demands effectively. The higher voltage results in higher top-end speed. Speed overhead is critical for safety in order to maintain balance du

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Blackberry 9000 rumored to come in cheaper and WITH 3G!

Okay, we did a quick post about the rumored Blackberry 9000 without 3G.  I guess now the rumor has changed so it will have 3G.  Duh, why would Blackberry sell something without high speed broadband?  We should have realized this beforehand.

It looks like The Boy Genius Report has scored some more information on the BlackBerry Niagara. Apparently it’s a 3G (EVDO) device after all, planned for Verizon in May 2009. It’s said to feature QWERTY, 480×360 LCD, aGPS, 3.2MP

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