One of the leading HD antenna makers, Mohu, just came up with a cool and environmentally friendly way to cut the cord. The company just dropped its Mohu ReLeaf antenna that is made from recycled parts of cable set-top boxes.
Yes, you heard right! The ReLeaf normally retails for around 50 bucks, but its being sold at the moment for $39.99. A $10 savings in celebration of International Recycling Day.
Although this might seem like a gimmick — it still does something cool and necessary — which is recycle old parts in an eco-friendly way. Buying a product like this will not only be great for the planet, but give you cord cutter street cred in these Internet streets!
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Someone had the clever idea to make a Steampunk Gameboy Pocket. The handheld console isn’t just an antique, but it can also be played. Find out more!
If you like Shrek and wanted to see what it would be like to interact with the Shrek universe of characters and landscapes, then Pocket Shrek 2.0 is for you.
A quick review of the iClever 4-port usb wall charger and quick charge 3.0. See what both products have to offer after the click.
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My name is Josh and as much as I pretend to hate Facebook I can’t get away from it. Remember that scene in “Brokeback Mountain” with the famous line, “I wish I could quit you.”? That is my current status with Facebook. The Facebook suite… Read more
I am kind of embarrassed to admit that I have taken a liking to Pinterest as of late. It allows me to organize recipes for dinners, home-brew beer recipes and funny t-shirt designs. That however is where it ends for me. In a very similar… Read more
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Everyone knows that technology is taking the world by storm, changing the way we do things day-to-day. Nothing represents that change more than mobile technology such as smartphones, tablets, e-readers, and etc. A survey conducted by Publishing Technology, an Infographic shows the way women and… Read more
People hate needles. In fact it’s a universal feeling shared by most around the world. The science behind using injections for certain medicines isn’t rocket science. It’s simple: some things need to be shot in you and not ingested by way of a pill. Well,… Read more
This incredible looking robot is Jibo, and it is being called “the world’s first family robot.” Jibo not only interacts with you like say Apple’s Siri, or Google’s “Google Now” but it can also let homeowners control their lights, mobile devices, and it can even use… Read more
Much like the author of this review, Mighty Adventure is both cute and complex all wrapped up in one hard to put down package. At first glance Mighty Adventure is a simple auto-runner but after a few seconds of one will discover that the game… Read more
In an industry that is hard to differentiate from seemingly hundreds of thousands of competitors, comes a company willing to stand out from the rest. That company is Creative Technologies — the maker of the Sound Blaster Roar. Creative Technology CEO, Sim Wong Hoo, said… Read more
Are you one of those people who seems to always remember your phone and not your keys, or vise versa? Well, a little device named the Duet by Protag can help solve that annoying lapse in memory for you. I’ve tested this bad boy for… Read more
The Kano computer kit allows for children to put their young programming minds to work, with its easy to build set up. The company’s “all ages” pitch is a convincing one, as they have a six-year-old and 81-year-old reported to have put this simple computer… Read more
Talk about taking fandom to another level. This dude created the best looking replica claws of Marvel’s legendary Wolverine character I’ve probably ever seen. These 12-inch fully automatic claws are so good that they could be used in world world combat. The guy in the video… Read more
You can add artificial blood to the long list of things that could be prevalent in our society in the near future. Fake blood could be used in transfusions in the next 20 years (2035), according to researchers at the University of Edinburgh who have used… Read more
Fujifilm is back at it again, with its latest partnership with luxury British luggage manufacturer Globe-Trotter. The two companies are collaborating for the second time to deliver exclusive Fuji Globetrotter cases and camera sets to be sold Harrods, a luxury department store popular in the UK.