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Flash Drive Modeled After the Roland TR-808 Drum Machine

If the looks of this thing do bring back memories, you would be target customer for this flash drive. This is an 8GB flash drive modeled after the famed Roland TR-808 Drum Machine. Of course it won’t play any music by itself, but you already know what you would be storing in it. Costs $40 on pre-order.

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Man Puts Smartphone Dock In Prosthetic Arm

Trevor Prideaux has become a first person to have a smartphone dock embedded in his prosthetic arm. He had problem balancing the phone on his earlier prosthetic, which led to the redesign of the prosthetic. The design was aided by medical professionals and Nokia, and the British national now has a Nokia C7 neatly docked into the prosthetic. Trevor had earlier tried to convince Apple to help him for the new prosthetic, but the iPhone manufacturer didn’t quite show much interest, so he turned to Nokia.

Via T3

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BlackBerry And Porsche Have A Fling, Make A Smartphone

Created specifically to cater to people with deep pockets and taste for vanity, the BlackBerry Porsche P’9981 has exclusivity as its biggest asset. As the name very much suggests, it is a combination of Porsche Design and RIM working together.

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Gadgets Science & Tech

Nokia Develops Smudge Free Touchscreen

Nokia had a lot of innovation to show at the Nokia World in London. We’ve already seen the Lumia mobile phones and the flexible smartphone prototype, and now this smudge-free touchscreen. For all of us touchscreen phone users, a screen like this would be a gift from the gadget gods.

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AR Navigation Displays Show Data in Windshields

The way we see it, things look kind of futuristic when data starts to show itself on clear glass. They may be spectacles you are wearing, the bathroom mirror, or the car windscreen. Data on these things looks way more sexier and futuristic than it actually is. In all earnestness, windscreen displays like these would make navigation way more easier, and slightly safer.

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Double iPad Case Holds Two

We can’t imagine why someone would need to carry (or buy) two iPads around, but apparently there are people who do exactly that. And it is with this demographic in mind that ZooGue has come up with a case that can hold two iPads. They’re promoting it as a limited edition product with just one case ever being made.

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Coffee Machine Knows Your Fingerprint, Your Taste In Coffee

The world would be a better place if we didn’t have to tweak and set coffee machines every single time we wanted our dose of caffeine. Philips Saeco Xelsis Digital ID machine holds promise, all you need to do with this one is to place your finger on a small pad and the machine recognizes the user from a database of six users that it holds.

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Nokia’s Flexible Smartphone Prototype

Nokia seems to be on the right path of innovation. Their new smartphones sound pretty good, and the ideas they have for the future seem to be pretty enticing as well. Nokia displayed this flexible smartphone prototype at the Nokia World 2011 in London. The phone maker calls it the “Nokia Kinetic Device” and it appears content and display on the device screen can be changed by flexing the OLED display.

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Undead Game Boy

We hear the undead gameboy is lusting for braiiiiins. Don’t mistake it for some costumed trick or treat guy, this is the real deal. Although we hear it likes circuit boards and processors more than it likes the taste of flesh. Kodykoala made this figure out of an old gameboy.

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Nokia Shows Its New Windows Smartphones

Nokia took a big hit in the face of onslaught by iOS and Android devices, and Microsoft’s Windows Mobile platform wasn’t doing much good either. So a while back, the two got together and announced a collaboration for new Nokia phones that would be based on the Windows platform. Their work now seems to have borne fruit in the shape of these brand new Nokia mobile phones running on Windows.