Wallaby Rolls All Your Credit Cards into One Physical Card

If you’re the sort of person that has a bunch of different credit cards and you use them all depending the rewards that are best at any given time, you need to check out Wallaby. Wallaby is sort of a digital wallet service that uses a physical credit card. You register all of your credit cards with Wallaby, you get one single physical credit card use when you’re shopping.

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eGlide Pro X Android Tablet Launches Today

A new Android 4.0 tablet is set to launch today from company called Ematic. The tablet is called the eGlide Pro X and it has a 9.7-inch screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio. The tablet is aimed at both professionals and general consumers and has integrated three-axis gyroscope.

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Artist Builds Birds from Lego

A British geek named Thomas Poulsom has created some very realistic looking sculptures of English birds using only Lego bricks. One of the sculptures even has its own Lego branch complete with Lego leaves. These little constructions are very interesting and I can only imagine that they were difficult to make.

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Vizio Claims Top Spot for US LCD HDTV Shipments in Q1

Vizio has been beating up on some of the long-established companies in LCD TV industry for several years. Vizio seemingly came out of nowhere with cheaper TVs with good quality and started taking customers away from the larger brands by the droves. Vizio has again laid claim to the top spot in US LCD TV shipments for the first quarter of 2012.

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Apple Kills Future Product Hints inside iOS 6

Going back since the launch of iOS, geeks have poured over each new iteration of the Apple operating system looking for hints at future Apple devices. These little hints often surface as product names in the USBDeviceConfiguration.plist. Apple has recently rededicated itself to secrecy on new products.

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