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Android gets its own theme bar and water-squirting robot

More proof the world is going Android crazy: the first Android theme bar has opened in Japan, while we could soon be threatened by a tidal wave of water-squirting robots.

By November 24, 2010

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Buzz Out Loud 818: The Zipless Squirt

It's an "in the wild" sort of show today: love on the bus, Zune-style; a Tesla in the wild; an anecdotal Netbook in the wild; and wild assumptions and paranoia about Internet tracking ensue as Rafe Needleman returns to BOL.

By September 26, 2008

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Another pirate ship pool toy? Count us in!

It comes with a squirt gun and a catapult. Enough said.

By April 10, 2007

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Apple working on Wi-Fi syncing for new iPods, but what about iPhone 5?

Apple is reportedly planning to add a Wi-Fi syncing feature to its next-gen iPods, allowing you to squirt music and movies onto the devices wirelessly. A carbon-fibre body could also be on the cards.

By April 13, 2011

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Sony Vaio S and C series laptops show off smart battery and dash of colour

The Sony Vaio S-series laptops offer an extra squirt of juice right where you need it, while the new C-series models provide a splash of juicy colour.

By February 22, 2011

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Feed a baby with just one hand

The Squirt baby food dispensing spoon makes one-handed feeding a breeze.

By September 14, 2007

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Digicam gun takes point-and-shoot seriously

The Aimat is a squirt-gun-looking digital camera that you, well, point and shoot. For now, it's a concept device and not for sale, and for good reason.

By December 3, 2009

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3D printing solves watery-ketchup conundrum

Two high school students create the ketchup-dispensing invention the world's been waiting for.

By April 22, 2014

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Wow, this pen can write in any color on Earth

Like the color of that flower? Your friend's tie? With this new Scribble pen making a run on Kickstarter, all the hues of the world could be yours.

By June 10, 2014

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Astronauts don't cry: Chris Hadfield shows tears in space

The commander of the International Space Station shows how crying in space only leads to a big water bubble on your eye.

By April 9, 2013