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iGrill BBQ Digital Thermometer for iPhone Among Stupidest Gadgets

July 25, 2011 3:02pm by copythat

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It ranks among the stupidest gadgets just in time for the summer BBQ season. The iGrill digital thermometer allows iPhone or iPad users 200 feet of range with Bluetooth--to check meat temperatures from afar. Just don't stray too much: If you're planning on grilling steaks, you could have hungry guests. The electronics device monitors a max of two steaks at a time. Read more

GPS Navigation Says At Next Left Go Jump or Sink in a Lake

June 24, 2011 7:57pm by copythat

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It's the ultimate "wrong turn" of wrong turns: That GPS voice may be soothing but a driving navigation system instead provides a sinking feeling. Three women end up driving on a boat launch -- making the next "left" a potentially fatal mistake that guides a Mercedes SUV into a Washington lake. The women were lucky to scramble out alive. Read more

Apple Accused of Stealing iOS 5 New Wi Fi Sync from Store App Submission

June 10, 2011 1:18am by hearit

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Ever wonder if submitting an idea could end up with you being ripped off, stolen? An Apple Store app submission from a UK guy seems to now appear in new iOS 5, seeming to confirm the possibility. Read more

Thanks for the Memory San Disk But China Prefers Karaoke Machines

June 3, 2011 11:27pm by copythat

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Thanks for the memories, San Disk. Or, memory--or whatever it is you do. China's still not clear on that part. Read more

New Spin on World's Most Useless Machine Equals Enraged Upgrade

May 12, 2011 1:43pm by hearit

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It began as the "World’s Most Useless Machine"--an electronic box that literally turns itself off whenever someone turns it on. Read more

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Twitter Hell Bent on Filtering Out Retweets RT

May 18, 2010 6:26pm by copythis

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Since Twitter began, if you’ve liked something that someone said, it has traditionally been seen as appropriate to Retweet. Read more