Sure, you already have piles of flash drives scattered around your apocalyptic nightmare of an apartment, but this one's more special than those, right? B

Transformers USB flash drive is ready to ravage your files, bring carnage to your desktop

Sure, you already have piles of flash drives scattered around your apocalyptic nightmare of an apartment, but this one's more special than those, right? B

FUTURE - This futuristic digital mask would emulate the smell, sound and the quality of air for that wonderful fresh experience and also the facial expressions of the user can be detected. (Tuvie - Futuristic Technology, 2012)

FUTURE - This futuristic digital mask would emulate the smell, sound and the quality of air for that wonderful fresh experience and also the facial expressions of the user can be detected. (Tuvie - Futuristic Technology, 2012)

SoundBulb Wireless LED Speaker Light.  The SoundBulb is a combination lightbulb and wireless speaker system designed to solve all of these problems by letting you stick everything up in the ceiling and inside lamps.

SoundBulb Wireless LED Speaker Light. The SoundBulb is a combination lightbulb and wireless speaker system designed to solve all of these problems by letting you stick everything up in the ceiling and inside lamps.

Samsung reveals a wild bendable TV prototype and its curved, 105-inch Ultra HD TV

Samsung reveals a wild bendable TV prototype and its curved, 105-inch Ultra HD TV

Samsung has made a habit of demoing some off-the-wall television designs at CES, and this year is no different. The strangest new design is a wild prototype that the company's simply...

This is the remote operated submarine that sends live video to an iPad from 100' underwater. Ideal for viewing marine life or inspecting a boat below the waterline, the sub is tethered to its receiver on deck with a 100' video cable. Communicating with the receiver using Wi-Fi, an app installed onto an iPad or laptop remotely controls the sub's electric thrust and lift propellers for forward/backward (5 kts forward; 1 kt reverse), left/right, and up/down movement //

This is the remote operated submarine that sends live video to an iPad from 100' underwater. Ideal for viewing marine life or inspecting a boat below the waterline, the sub is tethered to its receiver on deck with a 100' video cable. Communicating with the receiver using Wi-Fi, an app installed onto an iPad or laptop remotely controls the sub's electric thrust and lift propellers for forward/backward (5 kts forward; 1 kt reverse), left/right, and up/down movement //

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