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Sandy Berger’s Great Age Guide to Gadgets and Gizmos

Sandy Berger’s Great Age Guide to Gadgets and Gizmos Author Sandy Berger is the host of the AARP Webplace Computers and Technology website, and is the perfect host to guide you through the world of electronic devices. Sandy’s easy-reading style and bite-sized chunks of information are just a few of …

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Sandy Berger's Great Age Guide to Gadgets and Gizmos

Sandy Berger’s Great Age Guide to Gadgets and Gizmos Author Sandy Berger is the host of the AARP Webplace Computers and Technology website, and is the perfect host to guide you through the world of electronic devices. Sandy’s easy-reading style and bite-sized chunks of information are just a few of …

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More Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius

More Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius This much anticipated follow-up to the wildly popular cultclassic Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius gives basement experimenters 40 all-new projects to tinker with. Following the tried-and-true Evil Genius Series format, each project includes a detailed list of materials, sources for parts, schematics, …

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Age of Empires III Limited Edition Keyset

The Limited Edition Keysets from Zboardâ„¢ delivers an immersive gaming experience. Developed exclusively for Age of Empires® III title, it features labeled commands and graphics straight from the game and ergonomic keys that enable players to learn faster, game longer and dominate the competition. You can assign your troops and …

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The Trend In Gadgets

by: Tom Takihi Almost every week, we have news about the latest technological gadgets being invented and made available in the market. We usually think of gadgets as something portable and handy and that which can make our work faster and easier. Remember the robot or perhaps, Gadget Boy? Gadgets …

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Puzzle Alarm Clock

“When the appointed time arrives to open your eyes, the four puzzle pieces connected to the Puzzle Alarm Clock will be fired up in the air – followed by an incessant ringing that will not stop until you manage to find all four pieces and place them back into the …

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First Nintendo Wii News Channel Tour and Screenshots

The Nintendo Wii’s News Channel is basically a news wire service fed by AP stories. With a twist. By activating globe mode, you get hundreds of stories scattered across a 3D Globe, with thumbnailed images. The screenshots are pretty damn cool. read more | digg story

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