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Maybe we're confused, but we were under the impression that the oft-delayed, mist-like device known as the Phantom Lapboard had been released to the public. Apparently, we were mistaken. Regardless, Maximum PC has gotten a thorough, in-depth look at the $130 pivoting keyboard / mouse / mousepad com

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Granted, the $6 million Kipnis Studio Standard is still apt to blow minds (and fuses) more quickly than Donny Hackett's \"ultimate multipurpose room,\" but for folks looking for a way to squeeze a bona fide home theater into their existing den / living area / etc., this one provides some excellent fo

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While we're sure more than a few citizens of Liverpool could think of much more productive ways to spend £450,000 ($887,490), there's nothing sweeter than turning a wall completely inside out for sculptor Richard Wilson. This uber-expensive piece of art was constructed at the former Yates's W

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We've seen lots of ridiculous claims in our day, but this time we're not sure which is more absurd, that someone thinks that Dubai needs another ridiculous high-rise building, or that the Time Residences tower is going to be a solar-powered 360-degree rotating version. Yes, all that solar power (the

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Now here's one we'll forget ever existed before the day's out. We guess we can understand adding a rotating screen to your slider, if it does DMB -- Pantech's SKY IM-R100 doesn't, yet holds on to the impossibly complex form factor. In fact, the form factor is the most interesting thing about the ha

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