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Interactive storybook app that follows Nikola Tesla's life.
This is the official tourism app for the city of Nikko. This app provides a detailed navigation service throughout the tourist areas within the...
Isabella L. Bird (1831 - 1904) was a nineteenth-century English traveler, writer, and a natural historian. From Birds preface in Unbeaten Tracks in...
Create dummy files for various tests.
Manage baseball game schedules for multiple leagues and divisions.
Calculate Texas Hold'em Poker odds on your mobile phone.
Strelok is a ballistic trajectory calculator.Small, handy and accurate. Field-proven accuracy since 2001.Supports imperial (yards, feet, inches,...
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Trim unnecessary or damaged parts of your files.
YouFree? is an availability indicator for you and your contacts on the iPhone and iPod Touch. By displaying a status and level of availability from...
Take a look at the coolest gadget in Vegas -- your very own R2-D2 is finally ready to hit the shops in March, and its remote control is the Millennium Falcon
Nikko unveiled a new set of Star Wars-themed home electronics, including an R2-D2 DVD projector, an R2-D2 wireless Webcam, and a lightsaber-shaped VoIP handset.
CES presents two robots to scare your pets with: WowWee's curvaceous Femisapien and the R2-D2 DVD projector from Nikko Entertainment.
R2-D2 found at the CES, but as a consumer product.
RoboPanda, i-Dog, R2D2 television projector and others still tickle the fancy of trade show attendees.
Tie Fighters are part of Nikko sound system
Probably best left on the shelf
Kotaku looks at some new gaming accessories coming from Nyko, including a much-needed Nintendo Wii Remote charging station.
CES isn't just about shiny new gadgets. There's also the queues, the sore feet, the celebrity sightings and the straightout craziness
At Web 2.0, the entrepreneur talks about what's next for the Net, leaving some tech veterans feeling squeamish. Photo gallery: Movers and shakers at Web 2.0