119 Results for

claw

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Apple wants you to scratch and claw your iPad

The electronics giant has been granted dozens of U.S. patents, including one related to acoustic sensors in the housing of a device that will allow it interpret scratches differently from taps and other actions.

By May. 14, 2013

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Scion xD gets the claw

Scion shows off a specially modified xD model, with a claw machine mounted in back, at the 2007 Los Angeles Auto Show.

By Nov. 14, 2007

Gallery

ViewSonic VNB100 and VNB101: Claw-proof netbooks

ViewSonic is jumping on the netbook bandwagon with two machines that sport humidity- and scratch-resistant surfaces

2 Images By Sep. 3, 2009

Editors' Take

Aduro U-Grip Plus Universal Car Mount

The U-Grip Plus mount is short, but its sticky suction cup base lets you place it on just about any flat surface in your car.

By Aug. 19, 2013

MSRP: $49.99

Review

TackForm C-Fit Multi-Surface mount

The TackForm C-Fit is a stylish and secure suction cup mount that can hold almost any phone on almost any smooth, solid surface.

By Apr. 5, 2013

4 stars Editor's rating Apr. 5, 2013
Review

Bracketron Mi-T Grip

The Bracketron Mi-T Grip is (both metaphorically and literally) a solid smartphone mount for users who prefer dashboard placement.

By Mar. 19, 2013

4 stars Editor's rating Mar. 19, 2013

MSRP: $29.95

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Crazy engineer electrifies Wolverine's claws

Someone who calls himself the "hacksmith" gets a little power-hungry with Wolverine's favorite weapon.

By Jun. 5, 2013

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Windows 8 gaining speed among desktop OS Web traffic

Microsoft's latest OS now holds an 8 percent share, while XP continues to lose speed, according to new stats from NetApplications.

By Oct. 1, 2013

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Nintendo gaming visionary Hiroshi Yamauchi dies aged 85

The Japanese company's former president is credited with turning Nintendo into the gaming giant is it today.

By Sep. 19, 2013

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Cardboard Robot: Recyclable robotic arm for smartphone crane shots

Thanks to its corrugated construction, the Cardboard Robot lets you command your own industrial-size claw or film crane for a fraction of the cost of a metal arm.

By Jul. 10, 2012