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quik

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'Quik Pod' now handles SLRs, no less dorky

It's still a long pole that you can perch your camera on.

By Dec. 3, 2007

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Quik Pod: The world's first tripod that isn't

This unbelievably innovative device (my words) enables you to take self portraits without the help of strangers (their words) and capture a moment when you don't want anyone else there (also their words)

By Mar. 9, 2007

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Utilities Updates: IPNetSentry; MacSSH; Snak; Smile; Iomega Quik Floppy Copy; Mt. Everything; more

Utilities Updates: IPNetSentry; MacSSH; Snak; Smile; Iomega Quik Floppy Copy; Mt. Everything; more

By Jun. 21, 2001

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CES: Quick Pod allows hands-free calling, photo taking with phone

Designed for smartphones and digital cameras, the Quick Pod can attach to any tripod to let people talk, make video calls, and snap photos without having to hold the device in their hands.

By Jan. 6, 2011

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Go, go, gadget arm

The Quik-Pod helps photographers taking self-portraits by extending their reach.

By Nov. 8, 2006

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Self-portraiture for the friendless

'Quik Pod' lets you take photos of yourself from a short distance

By Dec. 7, 2006

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The 404 906: Where Qwikster delivers the booty (podcast)

Tune into The 404 Podcast today for the latest headlines, including Netflix splitting into two companies, PS3 users helping to find a cure for AIDS, a giant satellite plunging toward Earth, and a review of the interactive theater experience "Sleep No More!"

By Sep. 19, 2011

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Five inexpensive ways to end blurry snapshots

A little stabilization can make all the difference when you're trying to get a blur-free photo and these mini tripods will get you there.

By Dec. 14, 2009

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Utilities Updates: Iomega QuikSync; DeskTape Pro; REALbasic; more

Utilities Updates: Iomega QuikSync; DeskTape Pro; REALbasic; more

By Aug. 6, 1999

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Who needs a tripod? Get a nylon bag

Just fill it with sand and, voila, instant stabilization

By Dec. 19, 2006