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School can be tough, especially when you're different. So what better way to keep the bullies at bay than to get your craptastic accessory freak on. In this special back to school bonanza of creeper tech, Hong Kong-based watchmaker o.d.m. mashes E.T. with a gummy bunny for a wrist-rocking return...

August 8th 2011 at 1:35pm 0 Comments
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We've praised Pixelmator here before (and we've even shared our love with the devs directly) -- I am by no means an image-editing professional (Photoshop and Aperture are way, way beyond my ken), but Pixelmator lands exactly where I want it to: it's a relatively lightweight application with just en...

September 25th 2008 at 9:00am 0 Comments
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If you've already got the optical media wiper you need to rest easy, you'll probably be able to escape insomnia altogether after picking up WiebeTech's Drive eRazer. Granted, we've seen more elaborate solutions to this problem before, but this little bugger is compact enough to lug around and enabl...

November 13th 2007 at 7:42am 0 Comments
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It's campy and silly and so Art Lebedev -- but seriously, who writes in pencil anymore? We haven't picked one up in, like, years. But you know that if we did, we'd be hot to use the Tersumus deleter to kill that GOTO 10 loop right fast.

February 18th 2007 at 1:47pm 0 Comments
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Plextor has announced a new CD/DVD drive that you'll want to keep safely out of reach of unsuspecting friends and family members, 'cause its sole purpose is to destroy whatever optical media you feed it. The Plexeraser appears to use the same technology that's been available in some previous Plexto...

August 2nd 2006 at 7:28pm 0 Comments
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When even a $13,000 hard drive degausser leaves you a little worried that someone, somehow might still be able to pick out a few bits of top secret data, you might want to turn to these guys at the Georgia Tech Research Institute, who developed a fool-proof drive destroyer dubbed the "Guard Dog" th...

June 30th 2006 at 3:27pm 0 Comments