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Cassandra Khaw is an entry-level audiophile, a street dancer, a person who writes about video games for a living, and someone who spends too much time on Twitter.

Cyclodeo is kind of like Google Street View, except for cyclists

If you've ever wanted to know what a bike ride through a location might be like (without risking life and limb), Cyclodeo might be right up your alley.

Gigabot comes not to destroy but to print

Austin-based startup re:3D is looking to make large-format 3D printing affordable with the Gigabot.

Tylt Energi backpack will double as a portable device charger

The Energi backpack integrates mobile recharging into the standard gadget bag.

Review: Boost your brain power with Fit Brains Trainer for iOS

Want to keep your mind sharp as you grow older? Fit Brains Trainer provides mental exercises and puzzlers designed to help you do just that.

US Navy says laser weapons are coming; expect pew-pewing to begin next year

The US Navy has announced that it's readying sea-based laser weapons for deployment. Yes. Lasers. As in of the pew-pew variety.

Build an email-writing guitar with the Arduino

One man combined his love of tech and love of music into a guitar you can use as a computer keyboard.

Trax is a wearable GPS for your pets and little ones

Wonder Technology Solutions' tiny real time GPS tracker in the world will help you keep reins on your kids or creatures.

Review: The revamped Wunderlist 2.0 sports shared lists, better organizational tools for iOS

Wunderlist's smart lists, in-app notifications, e-mail alerts, and Facebook integration are just some of the features that make the app a breeze to utilize.

Forget credit cards; PayTango lets you pay by fingerprint

Ever wanted a reason to be paranoid about someone hacking off your hands? If PayTango catches on, your fingerprints may be more valuable than your wallet.

Comedy Hack Day puts comedians and nerds together; pi possibly involved

On April 6th and 7th, residents of San Francisco will be able to see what happens when you put on a hackathon out featuring developers and comedians.

iOgrapher turns your iPad mini into a video rig

The iOgrapher support case could enhance your iPad mini's video capture capabilities.

DARPA robot performs ridiculously slow pitstop, won't replace pit crews yet

Robots are being made for all kinds of situations these days including mundane tasks like changing tires.

MLB Mission Control is what you get when NASA meets baseball

Forget old-fashioned widescreen television screens. Try watching your favorite games on the MLB Mission Control instead.

Game developers still not sold on Android

Game developers tell us why they are (still) wary of Google's mobile OS.

Ego Smartmouse puts other input devices to shame

Mousing technology will take a giant leap forward with the Ego Smartmouse.