The Kolude Keyhub wants to manage your connections

While many folks may be perfectly happy to type away on the keyboards built into their laptops (and they do work for on-the-go, of course) when you’re at a dedicated workstation, something external certainly helps getting that layout you want just right. The just-launched Kolude Keyhub looks to bring a lot of connectivity to your desktop.

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Pablo Escobar’s brother is advertising a $399 foldable phone with ads featuring nearly-naked models

Today in inexplicable new devices we present the Escobar phone, a $399 foldable phone sold by Pablo Escobar’s brother and advertised using scantily-clad models who seem to enjoy putting things on and around their chests.

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Hippies lobby to open source Windows 7. It’s never going to happen.

The FSF (Free Software Foundation) has created a petition to open source Windows 7. Windows 7 has reached EOL status, but there are extended support agreements that require Microsoft to continue to provide updates to customers paying for those agreements. So why do the FSF hippies believe now is the time to change license on Windows 7?

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Das Keyboard 4C Tenkeyless (TKL): My favorite keyboard now comes minimized

Right now I’m clicking away on a DasKeyboard that I’ve had for almost six years. It’s a wonderful keyboard, click as the day is long, and wildly comfortable. I’ve tried others – including a failed affair with a 60% keyboard that left me wanting – and I’ve always come back to Das.

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Leave the Mac Pro alone!

$400 for wheels! A special cloth to clean the screen! It costs more than a BMW!

The Mac Pro sure isn’t making many friends in the tech world, primarily because it is a machine priced way out of the realm of human possibility. While the base unit starts at $5,999, many of of the add-ons raise the price to stratospheric levels, including the addition of 1.5TB of RAM, a unique treat for the discerning nuclear scientist.

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It’s the Tesmo Kickstand review

Hey, so do you remember a little while back when I told you about a Kickstarter campaign for a new product called the Tesmo Kickstand? Well, the project wrapped up on October 12th, and blew past it’s funding goal. In the intervening time, we’ve gotten to spend some time with the little stands, and can give you our take on it.

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Tesmo wants to give your laptop a little lift

Seems like ergonomics were all the rage. We had wrist wrists, mouse pads with gel built in, and all manner of things. For our keyboards, along with the split design, we’ve long had the ability to flip out little legs to adjust the typing angle. If you’re relying on the keyboard built into your latop, though, you were stuck. At least, until the Tesmo was thought up.

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The Turing Tumble – a marble-powered computer game

Yes, that’s right – a marble-powered computer game. But not in the sense that you’re thinking, whatsoever. At first glance, the Turing Tumble looks like one of those marble maze things that kids love to play with. Ok, I really like playing around with them too, I’ll admit it. But what if kids could learn the logic concepts behind computing? That’s what the Turing Tumble is setting out to do.

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