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"It's officially Christmas," says one teary-eyed Tweeter -- watch the John Lewis ad that has become a British Christmas tradition.
Fire & Bone, creator of tiny, 3D-scanned replicas of skulls to be worn as jewellery, is back for round two -- bringing extinct animals.
The weird, wild world of wearables is bound for a lot of chaos in Las Vegas. What will it all add up to? That's anyone's guess.
Using a combination of 3D scanning, 3D printing and lost-wax casting, Fire & Bone is creating miniature animal skulls to wear around your neck.
Just in time for your "Star Wars"-themed wedding: a new collection of cufflinks (and tie bars) featuring R2, Yoda, and Darths Vader and Maul.
Move your data around the world with a flick of your fancy wrist.
Instead of making you pick from a selection of items, this new vending machine lets you create what you want by 3D printing custom-ordered objects.
Express your geek chic with iCufflinks, open-source cufflinks that look like glowing power buttons. Tinkerers are invited to download the plans and source code and make them two-of-a-kind.
For those that dislike everything, "f me" links are also an option.
This week's winner gets to pick 200 dollars worth of gear from gadget manufacturer and retailer KlearGear.com. It's a geeky windfall.