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Replace your sink’s drain pipe with the transparent, never-clog PermaFLOW

I love this product. And for the price, it’s very practical and will one day probably save you a lot of money in paying an expensive plumber. It’s a see-through never-clog u-shape drain. The PermaFLOW lets you use an external knob on the outside of the drain to move a wiper that clears out blockages […]

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The Most spoiled teenager in the world?!

This was too good of a story not to post, especially for the jealousy that it will generate among … well, everyone! Mom, Patti Deni, gave her teenage son a huge gift in his new bedroom of their newly built home, and we do mean huge – a 98″ video projection screen TV. But wait, […]

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Google’s Android OS to appear in more than just cell phone handsets?

Android appears set to start appearing in more than just cell phones. A few reports point the way. Although Google appears mum, one touchscreen manufacturer, Touch Revolution, says they’re working on Android-based devices for quite a few companies. Another company, MIPS Technologies, reported this week that they’ve ported the open-source Android to their architecture, which […]

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InterHome – smart house ‘learns’ from its inhabitants

More good (and cool) news from the home automation field. The University of Hertfordshire has put together a working demo of a house they called InterHome that is able to ‘learn’ and adapt to its inhabitants lifestyles. Using X10 technology and embedded devices, the house can text its owners in the event of unlocked doors […]

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Freezer Failure Sensor Kit

A little while ago we pondered what a gadget/gizmo actually was and found one of the definition to be a ‘device or control this is very useful for a particular job’ well, I think we can safely say we’ve found something to fit this bill perfectly – presenting the Freezer Failure Sensor Kit. This nifty […]

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OfficePOD Personal Office

No, this isn’t another April Fool’s joke – the OfficePOD personal office takes working from home to a new level. More and more people are working from home these days, but many find they get put off by distractions around the home, such as noisy pets and noisy children. The OfficePOD allows you to have […]

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Article Recap from the Week of Mar 27, 2009

Here’s our weekly summary of featured items from Gizmos For Geeks: There’s a new feature from Google Labs that allows you to ‘unsend’ an email just after sending. Why oh why is the Sci Fi Channel renaming themselves to SyFy? For noisy environments, you’ll be able to get a ‘throat microphone’ from Sanwa. Home improvement […]

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The Ultimate Musical Doorbell

Perhaps one of the most tacky things in home gadgets is the musical doorbell, but this little gizmo takes it so far that it actually becomes un-tacky. When installed, you have a choice of over 100 preprogrammed tunes to annoy delight your visitor with and, if that’s not enough, simply program your own – the […]

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Microsoft Windows XP copies still available

As you know, Windows XP isn’t going to be around forever, and let’s face it, technology is constantly changing, so you may not want to run it forever. However, we can’t blame you if you don’t care for Vista, and who knows if Windows 7 will really be a ‘cure’? So while you’re waiting for […]

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SawStop’s thumb-saving Table Saw

Finally, a table saw that senses skin and cuts off before hacking off one of your valuable fingers/thumbs. It’s a gadget, but probably better suited for our DIY for Geeks blog. Take a look (video included).

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