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Cideko Air Keyboard released

Cideko Air Keyboard released

By 29 April 2010

A company called Cideko has built a wireless keyboard that includes an accelerometer, enabling you to wave it around and use it like a mouse. It's aimed at people with a laptop or nettop plugged into a TV. It functions fully as a regular 80-key QWERTY... >>

CuteBitz launches Salt and Pepper Robots

CuteBitz launches Salt and Pepper Robots

By 9 December 2009

CuteBitz is offering the only salt and pepper pots a self-respecting geek should let grace their dinner table with the launch of the Salt & Pepper Robot Shakers. As well as offering the immensely useful function of holding your seasoning, the robot's... >>

Tomy Choro Robo Q available now

Tomy Choro Robo Q available now

By 27 November 2009

CuteBitz has announced the availability of the Tomy Choro Robo Q, a teeny robot measuring in at just 3.4cm tall. Weighing less than 12 grams, the Robo Q is likely to be the smallest walking robot you've ever clapped eyes on and it can walk at three different... >>

iDuck wireless, waterproof speaker launches

iDuck wireless, waterproof speaker launches

By 16 November 2009

Sometimes rather than ask why, it's best just to ask why not. Case in point is the iDuck. The iDuck is a wireless two part transmitter/speaker that beams the tunes from your MP3 player to the waterproof duck-styled speaker for some bath-time crooning.... >>

CuteBitz launches illoom balloons

CuteBitz launches illoom balloons

By 1 October 2009

If you're the type of competitive parent whose kid's next party has to be bigger and better than the last kid's, you might want to note this new product. The illoom balloons, sold in packs of five, are essentially light-up balloons that come complete... >>

Messless Charger available

Messless Charger available

By 10 July 2009

The "Messless Charger" is a universal charging station designed to charge pretty much any kind of electronic device, including MP3 players, phones, handheld consoles, PDAs and digital cameras. Offering a more aesthetically pleasing alternative to a bundle... >>


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