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southpaws

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Survival of the southpaws

Schizophrenia, alcoholism, dyslexia, Crohn's disease and mental disabilities are just some of the conditions more likely to afflict the left-handed than the right-handed, according to a report on ABC.com. [Missing Links]

By February 18, 2005

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Razer to hand over new gaming mouse for lefties

Not everyone understands the plight of left-handed computer gamers like Razer, which is planning to release its second mouse for southpaws.

By April 2, 2012

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Crave giveaway: Penclic Bluetooth Mouse B2

This lightweight, swiveling pen-shaped mouse from Swedish design company Penclic promises precision and ergonomic comfort.

By October 11, 2013

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Android keyboard Kalq quicker than Qwerty, say scientists

Kalq is a keyboard for Android tablets calculated to have you typing 34 per cent faster.

By April 24, 2013

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Moto 360

Here's what we know so far about the Moto 360, the Android Wear OS, and how it fits into the smartwatch landscape.

March 19, 2014

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Razer Ouroboros mouse channels Dark Knight Rises' The Bat

Razer's latest weaponised gaming mouse has scary green lights, cool moving parts and brilliantly looks just like Bruce Wayne's latest ride.

By July 26, 2012

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Samsung HMX-Q10 takes the iPhone approach to buttons, handy for lefties

Like Gillian McKeith staggering out of the jungle, Crave has left behind the cocoon of Christmas holidays to bring you news of the Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder from CES.

By January 4, 2011

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iPhone gun app goes Bang!Bang!

iPhone app Bang!Bang! brings sights and sounds of simulated firearms to the iPhone.

By March 5, 2009

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So, can the Samsung Galaxy Note write, or can't it?

One pen-and-paper regular puts the Galaxy Note and its stylus through the ultimate writing test: navigating through the workplace.

By February 17, 2012

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Mouse pays proper respect to lefties

Southpaw-only model isn't just another ambidextrous product.

By January 25, 2008