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Chris Brandrick is a freelance writer with an interest in all things tech, gadgets, and gaming.

GPS Gets Personal: Japanese Engineers Build GPS Into Glasses

Japanese engineers from the University of Electro-Communications have developed a personal navigation system which is built in to a pair of everyday glasses.

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Modder Transforms Motorbike Into a PC

Ever wanted a motorbike with an Intel Core i7 processor? Probably not, but a modder has just made that crazy mash-up a reality.

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Droid Doesn't Get All of Froyo's New Features

The Motorola Droid will see an Android OS update this week, but it won't be able to take advantage of all Froyo's new features.

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Magic Trackpad Gets Magic Teardown

The new Magic Trackpad from got the usual teardown treatment from the handy guys over at iFixit.

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SanDisk Launches its Smallest-Ever USB Flash Drive

SanDisk's latest USB flash drive, the Cruzer Blade, weighs less than a penny and is the same size as a standard paper clip.

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Android And Lego Come Together To Solve Puzzles

A Lego robot, with the help of a Motorola Droid, has solved a 7x7x7 Rubicks Cube - All in less than 40 minutes.

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Our Favorite Geeky Lego Creations

From museums exhibits, to housing old game consoles, to mimicking robots - there is little that Lego bricks can't do. Here are some of our DIY Lego picks.

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Robotic Legs Let Wheelchair Users Walk Again

An Auckland-based technology firm has developed a robotic exoskeleton that gives wheelchair users the opportunity to walk once again.

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USB Connector Can Be Plugged In Any Way Up

Technology research company Ultratek has unveiled its new Flipper USB connector, a USB connector that can be used in either orientation.

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Hack Lets You Play Retro Nintendo Games on Your iPad

You can now get a retro gaming fix on your iPad thanks to this hack!

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Back to the Future Power Laces Made a Reality

Back To The Future recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. To mark the occasion one modder set to work on creating working Hyperdunk shoes, as seen in the second movie, power laces included.

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New Technology Could Replace HDMI With Ethernet Cables

Could the HDMI cable be heading for an early grave? A new audio/video cable standard created by a collaboration of tech companies may replace HDMI someday.

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Cisco Tablet A Reality, Running On Android

The rumored tablet from Cisco is now a reality as the company today revealed the Android-powered Cius.

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Solar Camera Strap Concept Shines

Harness the power of the sun! Designer Weng Jie has created a camera neck strap concept which through solar-film will charge an attached DSLR.

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Nike's Massive LED Screen Will Show Your World Cup Messages

To display the world's World Cup messages, Nike has constructed an LED screen which is 30 stories high and forever-connected to people's social thoughts.

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