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Think Geek's Mark VII Sonic Screwdriver universal remote pleases Whovians in time for Comic-Con

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Ever wished you too could make use of the awesome powers that lie within Dr. Matt Smith's Mark VII Sonic Screwdriver? Well, it's still not exactly a reality as the space-bred handyman's gadget seen on Doctor Who, but ThinkGeek and The Wand Company have you covered if an IR-packing...
Think Geek's Mark VII Sonic Screwdriver universal remote pleases Whovians in time for Comic-Con

Trim Your Turf: Geek Style

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Trim Your Turf: Geek Style is a post from Chris PirilloIt’s a well-known fact that I love to collect wacky gadgets and gizmos. I seem to have a fetish for furniture and decor that reflects who I am, which I proudly display in nearly every room of my home.A few...
Trim Your Turf: Geek Style

Buy Pepper’s swinging desk sculpture from ThinkGeek

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ThinkGeek is just awesome. Apparently the staff screened Iron Man 2 with the goal of seeking out cool gadgets they can offer geeks like us. Well they managed to find Pepper Potts’ swinging desk thing. I’m sure it will probably end up annoying you as much as it did Tony...
Buy Pepper’s swinging desk sculpture from ThinkGeek

Toys Deal: iCade Jr. Mini Arcade Cabinet for iPhone 4/4S: $20 shipped

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From 9to5Toys.com: Perfect for any iPhone toting gamer, ThinkGeek offers the iCade Jr. Mini Arcade Cabinet for iPhone 4/4S for just $19.99 with free shipping. That’s $30 off the $50 list price and the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this awesome little game controller. From the manufacturer: Miss the days of hours...
Toys Deal: iCade Jr. Mini Arcade Cabinet for iPhone 4/4S: $20 shipped

The 8-Bitty controller for iOS & Android is fantastic, as long as your favorite game supports it

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There was that point you got to when playing the original NES when your thumb started to get ever so tender, then began getting tougher. The gamer’s callous is a real thing, I can attest to it. Once you build one up, you can mash as fast as you like...
The 8-Bitty controller for iOS & Android is fantastic, as long as your favorite game supports it

Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with ThinkGeek

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Toys? Toys. We'll be talking to ThinkGeek about running a successful online business, how to stay novel in a world of noise and Toys. Mostly toys. January 11, 2013 5:30 PM EST Check out our full CES 2013 stage schedule here!Continue reading Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an...
Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with ThinkGeek

Count on fun with refrigerator door LED Digit Magnets

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The ThinkGeek LED Digit Magnets are modeled after tech from a bygone era. But that doesn't mean they don't have a place for the next generation. [Read more]...
Count on fun with refrigerator door LED Digit Magnets

Discovery Bay Games Raises $15M Series B From Trilogy Equity, Logitech, Others For iOS "Appcessories"

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iOS accessory maker Discovery Bay Games announced today that they’ve closed a $15 million Series B round with Logitech and Trilogy Equity Partners leading the charge. The Seattle-based company originally started as a board game company but transitioned to the iOS “appcessory” gaming market last year with the launch of...
Discovery Bay Games Raises $15M Series B From Trilogy Equity, Logitech, Others For iOS "Appcessories"
Quirky Raises a $68M Round Led by Andreessen Horowitz to Reinvent the Invention Process

The 404 1,101: Where we learn how to archive (podcast)

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Peter Ha stops by the 404 studio today for an update on what's going on at TechCrunch. We'll also chat with him about his time at The Daily and its recent cuts, Facebook reporting more than 83 million fake users, and the ups and downs of Sriracha hot sauce lollipops...
The 404 1,101: Where we learn how to archive (podcast)

A 16-Port USB Hub Hubbub

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A 16-Port USB Hub Hubbub is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedI love USB. I love the ports, the devices and the hubs. The problem with hubs, though, is that most of them top out at only...
A 16-Port USB Hub Hubbub
iCade Mobile, The Gaming Adapter For iPhone, Now Shipping

A Game Controller Full of Nostalgia -- And Limitations

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I have a self-imposed ban on videogame consoles in my house. It’s not because I hate videogames, it’s because I love them too much. Though it’s getting hard to resist them with all their integrated entertainment features, for the past couple of years I’ve been able to get my fix...
A Game Controller Full of Nostalgia -- And Limitations
As The Dockpocalypse Nears, Bluetooth-Enabled iPhone Substitutes Abound

9 Ways to Geek Out Your T-Shirt Collection

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A t-shirt isn’t just a cotton garment, it’s a form of communication, a personal billboard that lets you get a message out to the world in a medium that offers the minimum of effort.Whether your geek tendencies lean towards gaming, Apple, space, film or social media, we’ve got a...
9 Ways to Geek Out Your T-Shirt Collection
Slashdot and SourceForge purchased by career website company Dice for $20 million in cash

iCade 8-Bitty hands-on (video)

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It's still about two months out, but when the 8-bitty hits shelves it might just become our favorite member of the iCade family. At the moment the Bluetooth gamepad is little more than a hand-made prototype with some AA batteries taped to the underside and a sticker printed on...
iCade 8-Bitty hands-on (video)

Dice Holdings buys Slashdot, Freecode and SourceForge for $20 million

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Dice Holdings, the unimaginatively named owner of technology jobs site Dice.com has purchased Geeknet's media business for a cool $20 million. The deal hands over control of the world-famous Slashdot, Freecode and SourceForge to the careers company, commencing the careers site's push into tech content. It leaves Geeknet with...
Dice Holdings buys Slashdot, Freecode and SourceForge for $20 million

ThinkGeek shipping 8-Bitty retro wireless game controller

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ThinkGeek is now shipping the 8-Bitty retro wireless game controller for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. First introduced at the American International Toy Fair in February, the device is now shipping for $30, slightly higher than its previously promised $25 starting point. The device is compatible with both iOS and...
ThinkGeek shipping 8-Bitty retro wireless game controller

ThinkGeek’s 8-Bitty Gamepad Promises Fun Times And Blistered Thumbs

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The folks at ThinkGeek, bless their souls, have a knack for taking off-the-wall ideas and turning them into real products. After their tablet-friendly arcade cabinet made the leap from joke to reality last year, ThinkGeek has turned their attention to whipping up a retro gaming accessory for the on-the-go crowd,...
ThinkGeek’s 8-Bitty Gamepad Promises Fun Times And Blistered Thumbs

These 10 Old-School Gadgets Have Been Reborn In New Tech

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Nostalgia comes from the Greek: Its literal meaning is an ache for the past. Today's gadgets are streamlined and simplified--pure touchscreens stripped of ornament--which spurs our longing for bygone hardware. There's a wave of new technology that scratches that old itch. From the iTypewriter's retro blend of the 20th and...
These 10 Old-School Gadgets Have Been Reborn In New Tech

Pi Day Contest: What's Your Vision for Quantum Computing?

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To celebrate Pi Day on March 14th (3.14), we're giving away a cool Pi Day T Shirt from ThinkGeek. To win our Pi Day Contest, we want to know your vision for Quantum Computing. The possibilities are exciting. Many people, including RWW's Mobile guru, Dan Rowinski, believe it may be...
Pi Day Contest: What's Your Vision for Quantum Computing?
Gift Guide Giveaway: Turkey Day Gift Cards From ThinkGeek

4 Sites To Find Cool Gifts For Dad

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Every year, there’s a last minute scramble around June for Father’s Day presents. Even though as of now, Father’s Day is quite far away, it’s never too early to keep an eye peeled for good deals on cool gifts for dad. Or, perhaps you’re looking for a birthday present. Either...
4 Sites To Find Cool Gifts For Dad

ThinkGeek offers $500 HAL 9000 replica, makes you answer to 'Dave'

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It was a little over a year ago that ThinkGeek gave folks a chance to add a bit of 2001 to their home with the IRIS 9000 iPhone dock, but it's really gone the extra mile this year. The retailer has today announced its new HAL 9000 Life-Size Replica,...
ThinkGeek offers $500 HAL 9000 replica, makes you answer to 'Dave'

Panic Button Light Switch: Go ahead and panic

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Bring a sci-fi movie cliche to life in your own home with the Panic Button Light Switch Replacement Kit from ThinkGeek. [Read more]...
Panic Button Light Switch: Go ahead and panic

ThinkGeek :: Star Trek Original Series T-Shirt Dress

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ThinkGeek :: Star Trek Original Series T-Shirt Dress

ThinkGeek's Power-Up brings the arcade controls to your room's light switch

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Sure, you could get one of Think Geek's iCade controllers to play actual arcade-style button mashing games -- or you just bring the nostalgia of the joystick to your light switch for $30 with its recently introduced Power-Up Arcade light switch plate. The unit can be retrofitted to any...
ThinkGeek's Power-Up brings the arcade controls to your room's light switch

Inflatable 'Star Trek' Captain's Chair: Sit long and prosper

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Live the dream of sitting in Captain Kirk's chair on the cheap. ThinkGeek's Inflatable Captain's Chair will cradle your behind on a cushion of air. [Read more]...
Inflatable 'Star Trek' Captain's Chair: Sit long and prosper
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