StickNFind Bluetooth Stickers Help You Locate Those Lost Items (video)

If like me you sometimes mislay important items such as your wallet, keys, TV Remote, Kids, Cat, Dog, iPod, Kids Phone, Tablet, Home Phone, Wallet, Purse, Passport, Laptop, Backpack, or Suitcase.

You might be interested in a new device which has been developed called the StickNFind, which has started its journey from concept to production over on the Indiegogo crowd funding website. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the StickNFind project and see it in action.


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Raspberry Pi Model A $25 Computers Rolls Off The Production Line

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has this week announced that their new manufacturing plant based in Pencoed, Wales in the UK, has seen its first Raspberry Pi Model A system samples roll off its new production line.

The Raspberry Pi Model B has been available for some time at around $35, but the systems developers always wanted to try and create and even cheaper system, and the Raspberry Pi Model A is the first, priced at just $25.

Raspberry Pi Model A

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Apple New iMac 2012 Taken Apart By iFixit

Last Friday the day of official launch of Apples new 2012 iMac Intel 21.5″ a couple of quick pictures surfaced showing the new super thin iMac system’s internal workings.

However if you are looking for a little more detail, you will be pleased to learn that iFixit have now taken their screwdrivers to the new full system revealing in detail its inner workings and components.

2012 iMac take apart

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XBMC 12 Media Center Beta 2 Released For Android

Developers of the awesome XBMC media centre software have this week launched the first version of the software XBMC 12 Media Center Beta 2 for Android.

The new Android XBMC 12 Media Center Beta 2 includes most of the same features that users of XBMC 12 Media Center Beta 2 are enjoying on Linux, OS X , and Windows systems at the current time.

XBMC 12 Media Center Beta 2

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Acer TravelMate B113 Unveiled Designed For Students

Acer has this week taken the wraps off a new edition to their range of notebook devices with the unveiling of the new Acer TravelMate B113 notebook, which Acer says has been designed to provide the perfect everyday learning companion for students.

As you would expect with any new PC notebooks launched after Microsoft’s Windows 8 official launch, it comes equipped with Microsoft Windows 8 Professional, together with a copy of Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system.

Acer TravelMate B113

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Microsoft Adding Direct Media Playback To SkyDrive?

It has been rumoured for some time that Microsoft has been considering adding its own media player within its new cloud storage service SkyDrive.

But this week the Liveside website has discovered snippets within the code of the newly streamlined SkyDrive service applications which indicate that Microsoft may be launching a direct media playback feature within their SkyDrive storage.

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Atari Custom Pong 40th Birthday Xbox 360 Screen Console Up For Grabs

To celebrate the 40th birthday of Pong, one of the earliest arcade video games ever created. Atari has created a modded Xbox 360 which is equipped with a LCD screen and been custom styled to look like the original Atari 2600 games console.

The original Atari 2600 game console was released back in October 1977 by Atari and used microprocessor-based hardware and ROM cartridges containing the games code, rather than using non-microprocessor dedicated hardware with games code built in.

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Reddit Founders Steve Huffman And Alexis Ohanian Discuss How It All Began (video)

Reddit the massive and hugely popular social news website last month clocked up a huge 47 million visitors to its pages last month, and has left competition such as Digg in its dust.

But if you have ever wondered how it all started, your in luck, as a new video has been released, with Reddit Founders Steve Huffman And Alexis Ohanian discussing how it all began.


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Google Drive Now Supports Simple Website Publishing

Google has this week announced that it is now possible to publish simple websites directly from their Google Drive cloud storage service.

Using Google Drive it is now possible to insert static web content into a publicly shared folder within your account, allowing you to share the content and files directly to users via file names in a relative path.

Google Drive Website Publishing

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Apple’s New iMac 2012 Gets Taken Apart

With Apple’s new iMac going on sale today, with the new iMac 21.5 inch available now and the new iMac 27 inch model arriving in stores next month.

Its not taken long for images to emerge of the innards of the new iMac 21.5 inch system, for all to see. Although not an official teardown of the new iMac the quickly captured images do reveal what is powering Apples new iMac system.


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Sony Sold 525,000 PS3 Consoles During Black Friday Week

If you were out and about looking for a bargain Black Friday you might have contributed to the sales of the top console manufactures, with Sony announcing that it sold a massive 525,000 PS3 console on Black Friday.

In comparison Microsoft sold 750,000 Xbox 360s, Nintendo 400,000 Wii Us, 300,000 Wiis, 275,000 DSs, and 250,000 3DSs.

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Operation Raccoon City Game Creator Slant Six Games Launches Bowling Dead on iOS

Slant Six Games developers of the Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City game has announced the launch of a new game which is now available to download for iOS devices called Bowling Dead.

The new Bowling Dead game features 40 levels and an unlimited survival mode, together with several different bowling balls, such as human heads, to keep back attackers. Watch the gameplay video after the jump to see Bowling Dead in action.

Bowling Dead iOS

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