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Wow. I can only wish. The Docking and Storage Base for iMac, iPod, iPhone & iPad by Yaser Alhamyari » Yanko Design

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An Infographic Covering the Latest Trends in Web Design Market.

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Apple - iMac 2012

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what a good way to freak out your neighbors!

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Firefly PC mod

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Fold to unlock ios style by Anton Kudin dribbble.com/...

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R2-D2 xbox

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Tardis iPhone skin.

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Tardis iPhone skin.

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Gadgets 2000 Vs. Gadgets 2012

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  • Ketutar J.
    Ketutar J.

    Can you help me a little with this: Is that thing between a calendar and gamepad supposed to be a GPS? What are those books supposed to be? Books? :-D And that scribbled note - what's that supposed to be? If note, isn't notepad and post-its enough? And if that globe is presenting maps, what is that map after newspaper presenting? Event calendar?

iPhone

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The Great Artificial Elephant ! This is a robotic miracle, made from 45 tons of recycled materials, measuring 12 meters high and 8 meters wide. It can carry up to 49 passengers.

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Omniscient Siri by SaGa Design via shapeways: Winner of Shapeways contest of what Siri would look like. White, strong and flexible, the removable face fits over the iPhone screen forcing the user to interact with Siri. tinyurl.com/6s3xzet $90 #Siri #iPhone_Cover #Saga_Design #Shapeways

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  • ©ÅrL¥Ω H.
    ©ÅrL¥Ω H.

    kinda creepy

You think IMAX tickets are expensive?

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Handpresso Auto portable espresso maker

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iOS '86

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From Fab.com: The Verbarius Electronic Clock tells time the way people do, with a digi-display spelling out the time differently every minute: it’s either “forty-five minutes past four,” “fifteen minutes to five,” “four forty-five,” or “a quarter to five.” The clock’s loaded with five preloaded languages, but your pedantic pal can easily upload additional languages that she’s picked up along the way—be it Latin or Eskimoan—using the USB port. // Verbarius Clock by Art. Lebedev Studio

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grippy pad ... seems like a smart idea.

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F1 simulator

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Doctor Who Tardis iPhone 4 Skin

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Matrix Skin on iPhone 4..Nice!

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Apple all the way

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My iPhone. Couldn't go without it..

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this is just cool looking - restored vintage USB typewriter

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Fractal Spiral

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