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4th Amendment Wear for your TSA Protesting Family

4th Amendment Wear for your TSA Protesting Family

So you plan on traveling for the holidays, yes? And you're feeling kind of political, and want to get a jab in at TSA and their new screening process, perhaps? Well then, designers Tim Geoghegan and Matthew Ryan have just the set of clothing your you! And not only you, your whole family, with t-shirts, underwear (men's and women's), and kids clothing. What does it consist of, you might ask? Why, the fourth amendment printed in metallic ink, of course! And you know what metallic ink does when you pass through a TSA scanner, right?

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The Daily Slash: November 22 2010

The Daily Slash: November 22 2010

Oh my goodness the padness of today. Let me tell you all about it, then, if you're into new ways of chipping around, let Douglas L. Davis tell you all about it. First, lets get Douglas L Davis out of the way - he works at Intel and had a reconfigurable atom chip for you. Then we've got a Synology DiskStation DS211 review that I bet flew under a lot of folks radars as it was out late Friday. Then our Week with NOOKcolor began with Hardware on Saturday, Avi wrote an amazing column on 2014 VS 1984, Don tells us why his Wii is dusty, and iOS 4.2 is released for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.Then it gets really exciting: e-paper on regular paper, we get our hands on a Dell Inspiron Duo, and Notion Ink's Adam tablet receiving its very own webpage - wowzers! All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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Oakley Releases Non-Tron Edition Gascan “World’s First Optically Correct 3D Glasses”

Oakley Releases Non-Tron Edition Gascan “World’s First Optically Correct 3D Glasses”

In an effort, I'm sure, to blast through the headline barrage of designer 3D glasses of late, Oakley released some Legacy Gascan 3D Glasses in celebration of TRON: Legacy which will release next month (December 2010.) The news of these glasses came around October 26th. It's now November 8th, and Oakley's sent over a press release announcing the "World's First Optically Correct 3D Glasses," namely, Oakley 3D Gascan®.

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The Daily Slash: November 4 2010

The Daily Slash: November 4 2010

Today we review a tiny yet quite powerful speaker by the name of JAMBOX, discuss What Zuckerberg Never Said About the iPad, and review the lovely Acer Aspire 8943G. Then there's a hands on of the LG Optimus One and we toss a Motorola Defy in the pool with all the duckies and what looks to be that same pool cleaner they had in Paranormal Activity 2. Scary. Calvin Klein designs a set of 3D sunglasses and AT&T attack T-Mobile's 4G network claims. It's a fight!

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Calvin Klein Teams with Marchon3D to Create 3D Sunglasses : ck3D

Calvin Klein Teams with Marchon3D to Create 3D Sunglasses : ck3D

There's Moshka, Gucci, and Oakley (tied to Tron:Legacy) already, now the newest pair of 3D glasses announced by an international fashion brand is Calvin Klien. November 4, Melville, NY, ck Calvin Klien Eyewear partners with Marchon3D to create a couple pairs of glasses with Marchon's patent-pending 3D lens technology - the only curved 3D lens on the market that is RealD certified.

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BSOD and Pong belts are extra geeky

BSOD and Pong belts are extra geeky

If the pockets full of gadgets and the tendency to read SlashGear when you should be working (hey your boss is coming!) don't signal the fact that you are a geek, either one of these belts will. Geek fashion often has to do with things that we loathe, fear, and hate all at the same time, like someone asking you to fix their computer for free.

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DIY Keyboard Pants

DIY Keyboard Pants

Is that a CAPS lock across your pocket, or are you just pleased to see me?  The puns may be awful, but Zack Hoeken's keyboard pants are just plain awesome.  Seemingly crafted from an existing fabric keyboard that's been split across the legs, they're both geekily fashionable and fashionably usable.

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Make your belt buckle play MP3s

Make your belt buckle play MP3s

Why do we want to be able to play music from everything? From pillows and pants to personal massagers, we seem to have just about everything.  But what would all these devices be without a MP3 playing belt buckle? After all cowboys don’t have much to play with in terms of listening to music.

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