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Huawei unveils 3G Soccer ball dongle

Posted in Computers by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2010

Huawei is offering up something that Soccer fans will love. The device above is not just a speaker in the shape of an orb, it’s a football dongle from Huawei designed to celebrate the upcoming FIFA World Cup soccer event.

A 3G broadband dongle to be precise. It works with Windows 7, Linux and Mac. We don’t have any info on price just yet, but maybe more info will be revealed when the World Cup hits South Africa. Serious Soccer fans will want to keep an eye out for this one.

USB mosquito repellent dongle

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2009

USB mosquito repellent dongleThe USB port is one versatile port. We use it for storage, charging, playing with USB toys and now for the USB mosquito repellent dongle. That’s right, you can now repel mosquitoes via USB. Assuming the device works anyway.

At least it will only cost you $6 to find out. This device generates a repellent field to which some insects are sensitive. My guess is that it doesn’t have a far range. If any of you have tried this, let us know.

iRadioPop internet radio dongle

Posted in internet radio by Conner Flynn on December 18th, 2008

iRadioPop internet radio dongleIf you want to tune in to Internet radio, but lack the means, then you may want to check out the user friendly iRadioPop Internet radio dongle. Just plug it into any available USB 2.0 port and you’re ready to go.

The interesting thing about this device and what makes it stand out is that it features an integrated recorder which allows you to capture and store your favorite songs. Preset station favorites let you go straight to your regular online radio places without having to search them out.

Freedom Stick laughs at firewalls, Chinese officials

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on August 9th, 2008

Freedom Stick laughs at firewalls, Chinese officialsThe Freedom Stick is some sort of propaganda device designed to help those who are paranoid within the great wall of China while the olympics are going on. It’s a USB dongle that comes pre-loaded with software that can secure the communications of almost any computer that it’s connected to.

The developer, Chaos Computer Club of Germany, says that it relies on The Onion Router network to cloak your connections, routing traffic using an anonymous computer so that your Internet usage can not be tracked by say, the Chinese government. It will retail for $30 and is available for the duration of the summer Olympics in Beijing, China. Sounds like a joke. But they are sure to get many sales as the paranoia level in that city will be sky high, both from the government and the people.