Google's Project Ara could reinvent the way we buy and upgrade our smartphones. Damn, I had this idea long ago when phones seemed to be getting smaller and smaller.

Google's Project Ara could reinvent the way we buy and upgrade our smartphones. Damn, I had this idea long ago when phones seemed to be getting smaller and smaller.

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A Guide to Personal Weather Stations; I've given Davis Instruments weather stations to both my parents and my in-laws and they really love them. I've used the Davis stations at work for non-scientific observations and they are a great teaching aid. And I think they are just totally geeky awesome!

A Guide to Personal Weather Stations; I've given Davis Instruments weather stations to both my parents and my in-laws and they really love them. I've used the Davis stations at work for non-scientific observations and they are a great teaching aid. And I think they are just totally geeky awesome!

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Bose Releases Noise-Canceling Earphones for Silence-Seekers | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

Bose Releases Noise-Canceling Earphones for Silence-Seekers | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

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POP Desk - $50; I really like this, I would probably never use it but I really like it

POP Desk - $50; I really like this, I would probably never use it but I really like it

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A Tablet That Doubles as a Desktop, or Vice Versa - NYTimes.com. Lenovo Horizon, 27" screen. Around $1,500

A Tablet That Doubles as a Desktop, or Vice Versa - NYTimes.com. Lenovo Horizon, 27" screen. Around $1,500

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Studio 1 Pen for iPad, some of the Studio Basic app reviews make it sound a little sketchy (no pun intended); $160

Studio 1 Pen for iPad, some of the Studio Basic app reviews make it sound a little sketchy (no pun intended); $160

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AsiaRF - Tiny Linux Mini PC Supports Both Wifi And Ethernet - The tiny AsiaRF Linux mini PC is priced at just $15 and is equipped with a low heat AWM002, which is a module based on the Ralink RT5350 with 32MB of RAM and 8MB of flash, with Ethernet and 802.11N support included in the tiny package. | Geeky Gadgets

AsiaRF - Tiny Linux Mini PC Supports Both Wifi And Ethernet - The tiny AsiaRF Linux mini PC is priced at just $15 and is equipped with a low heat AWM002, which is a module based on the Ralink RT5350 with 32MB of RAM and 8MB of flash, with Ethernet and 802.11N support included in the tiny package. | Geeky Gadgets

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