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Video: It's bigger on the inside!
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1/14/2013   7 comments
Now I want to start playing with this augmented reality software myself…
Whirlwind video tour of CES showfloor
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1/11/2013   8 comments
EE Life sped around the CES show floor in Las Vegas this week and here are the video highlights.
How NOT to make a training video
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1/10/2013   25 comments
Watching this video leaves you not knowing whether to laugh or cry…
Gadgets, gizmos and geekery at CES Pepcom
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1/10/2013   1 comment
Voice controlled watches, pulsating musical life-vests, and Ubuntu smartphones all make an appearance at Digital Experience in Las Vegas.
Where do babies come from, daddy?
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1/9/2013   5 comments
When I heard my father's response, I remember thinking "You Cunning Rascal" (or words to that effect).
CES: These boots are(n’t) made for walking
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1/9/2013   2 comments
Who said wearable fitness monitors were good for nothing? Our CES progress measured in feet.
CES Unveiled...unveiled
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1/7/2013   4 comments
sensors for plant pots, hemp headphones, Justin Bieber singing toothbrushes, quadcopter cameras and 3-D printed iPhone cases were just some of the odd gadgets on display at CES Unveiled Sunday Night.
GravityLight – What a GREAT idea!
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1/3/2013   14 comments
There are currently over 1.5 billion people in the World who rely on biomass fuels (mostly kerosene) for lighting once the sun goes down.
That's strange – my clothes have shrunk!
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1/2/2013   19 comments
I think I must be the victim of some strange disturbance in the space-time continuum, because my clothes appear to have been shrinking over the past few months.


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