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It's no secret that the Xbox 360 can get a little hot under the collar -- after all, this is the same console that drove people to build elaborate support systems or hang their power bricks out the window -- but who knew that the heat was intense enough to cook up some disgusting scrambled eggs? Un

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October 29, 2006 at 5:30PM
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Sure, you might have a microwave that automatically analyzes your food and cooks it to perfection without any culinary knowledge whatsoever, but boiling an egg is an art form mastered by few. Simon Rhymes, however, has put his curiosity to work by crafting the Bulbed Egg Maker (BEM), which boils an

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For the culinary gurus out there, you can probably boil an egg to a desired hardness in your sleep. But for the rest of us, we'll take all the help we can get while manning a stove. Lion Quality, a UK-based company, has devised a tattoo of sorts to be placed on the shells of eggs that remains invisi

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With three monitors and numerous peripherals crowding our workspace, we're always searching for ways to minimize desktop clutter, so Evergreen's new multi-functional \"USB egg\" showed some initial promise at first glance. Besides the unconventionally-designed speakers, you're also getting a card rea

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Earl. Where're you been buddy? There hasn't been any HD Easter Eggs lately. Sure, new episodes have been far and few between but give us something. Most of us had already forgot that there was these little treats for your HD viewers till I stumbled across our original post. Ok, sweeps is coming up r

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