Viral Video: Rat Fingers, TouchFire and Sphero Demos

Here’s a demo of some cool and quirky gadgets for the holiday season.
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They Made What? Gadget Guy Greg Harper Visits Dive Into Mobile (Video)

Think different. And then think really different: The weirdest gadgets you can buy–if you really want to.

Walt and Kara's Cavalcade of Gadgets on ZDNet

Last week, Walt Mossberg and I hosted the seventh annual gadgetfest, called “What’s Hot and What’s Not in Personal Technology,” at the Churchill Club in Silicon Valley. Every year, we show off a range of new tech toys to the crowd. And before the show, Walt and I displayed our wares for ZDNet, which posted these videos.
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Weekend Update 12.05.09–‘Tis Better to Give Edition

As AllThingsD.com gets its holiday hat on, the reporting team brought a little news cheer our way this week in the form of some acquisitions, freaky gadgets and reassurances that Google was not born with a heart two sizes too small.
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Freaky Geek Bear, Nooks, 3-D Cameras, Head Massages and a Facial for BoomTown: The Churchill Club GadgetFest Video!

Last night, Walt Mossberg and I hosted our seventh annual “What’s Hot and What’s Not in Personal Technology” program for the Churchill Club in Silicon Valley. Every year, we show off a range of new tech toys to the crowd, helped by our regular gadget freak, Greg Harper, and by guest “tech geek” celebs. This year they were Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Mike Schroepfer, the social networking site’s VP of Engineering. Here’s a video from the event.
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Don't Miss the Annual GadgetFest at Churchill Club Thursday, Featuring Facebook Celeb Geeks

This Thursday, my All Things Digital partner, Walt Mossberg, and I are hosting–for the seventh year running–the annual “What’s Hot and What’s Not in Personal Technology” program for the Churchill Club. This year, our guest “tech geek” celebs–drawn from the gadget-mad players of Silicon Valley–are Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Mike Schroepfer, the social networking site’s VP of Engineering. Let the gadgeting begin!
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Crazy Gadget Guy Greg Harper: The Full D7 Demo

Greg Harper, president of Harpervision and co-founder of Gadgetoff, is–let’s be honest–a gadget freak of the freakiest level. Check out this demo at the seventh D: All Things Digital, where Harper pulls out one odd but innovative product after another from his cornucopia of gadgetry–from a bad-breath checker to a tricked-out diving mask.
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D7 Video: Greg Harper of Gadgetoff

Greg Harper is the very definition of a technophile, and in this D7 session he proves it. Armed with a bag stuffed chock full of obscure and never-before-seen gadgets that he managed to sneak past airport security on the way to San Diego, Harper proceeds with a rapid-fire demo of the unique functionality of each one.
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D7 Tech Demo: What’s in Greg Harper’s Bag?

In this session of D7, Greg Harper, president of Harpervision and co-founder of Gadgetoff, always sure to bring the novel and the wacky, will present a plethora of gadgets the technophile has collected. Harper says that in total, he brought “$20,000 [worth] of portable tech gadgets” with him. (Note to the Four Seasons Aviara: Increase security.) He’s known for doing these demos, at which he pulls out one interesting product after another from his cornucopia of gadgetry–to the astonishment of the crowd! Papa Harper’s got a brand new bag, and we’re about to find out what’s inside….
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In the Year 2025–Who Knows What Tomorrow Brings in Tech?

While attending the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week, BoomTown moderated what turned out to be a fascinating panel discourse of what was to come in the tech sector. No, it was not akin to a gathering of Trekkies. The SuperSession panel, titled: “What Will They Think of Next? Consumer Technology in 2025,” was less Spock than a logical analysis of where gadgetry is headed by looking at both the past and the present. Here’s a video with the panelists giving their predictions.