1. Civil War Foot Prop
This isn’t just any foot — it’s a Civil War soldier’s infected, severed foot.
Well, it’s actually a handmade prop. And it’s all yours for just $39.99 plus shipping.
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Turn the universe into your Twitterverse. Instead of broadcasting your 140 characters to just your followers, why not get your point across by broadcasting to infinity and beyond?
Kickstarter campaign SkyCube is trying to make that possible, but first the group needs help to get the satellite off the
Guess who’s hasn’t yet gotten its share of Proview’s recently acquired $60 million? Ironically, it’s the lawyers that helped it win the iPad trademark dispute in China. According to Sina Tech, Grandall Law Firm confirmed that its shady client refused to pay up the promised 4 percent of Apple’s settlement
Mad Catz’ MLG Pro Circuit controller is aimed squarely at those who play games professionally — or would like to. We put the PS3 version of the handset through its paces and found that while it’s highly customizable, a lack of Sixaxis, force feedback and pressure-sensitive buttons made the gaming experience
This is it, folks. The Steam Summer Sale has entered its eleventh and final day, so in less than 24 hours, it’ll be time to say to goodbye. While that will likely be a relief for most Steam users, there are some tempting featured deals on offer for those who haven’t purchased quite enough
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Exchanging business cards is like breaking up with a significant other: you both smile, say you’ll keep in touch, and never speak again. Ditch the inefficiency and cost of paper with a very simple alternative: have your new contact send you an email before you part ways. I’ve been experimenting with
The Australian chapter of the ever-epic court battles saga unfolding over the past year between Apple and Samsung has officially begun. This case will take place over the course of what’s being reported as a likely three months or more set of back-and-forth court dates for the tech titans. Australia‘s
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