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iCard ECG Turns Any iPhone/iPad Into a Powerful Electrocardiograph

Med Gadget reports an interesting new peripheral for the iPhone…

5 Ways OS X Lion Will Increase Productivity

Apple announced a slew of new features to Apple’s upcoming operations system OS X 10.7 Lion at their recent World Wide Developers Conference. Apple actually showed off Lion last November, and the developer preview has been out since February, but that of course didn’t stop Apple from showing it off some more. With all this time to think of it’s new features, and it’s July release getting ever closer, I thought I’d talk a little about how I think 5 of Lions 250+ new features will increase your productivity.

SAPPHIRE Vapor-X HD AMD Radeon 6770 1GB GDDR5

A great gaming experience is something that all gamers are looking for when playing any title on the market. The Sapphire 6770 Vapor X has set its crosshairs squarely on delivering an extreme experience without the extreme cost. Peel back your eyelids and strap yourself in as we take the 6770 Vapor X for a ride and give you the rush.

Antec Six Hundred v2 Case

Already figured out what you are going to get for your new gaming rig, but can't decide on a case? Take a look at what we just got from Antec. The Antec Six Hundred v2. This mid-tower can hold up to six 3.5" HDDs, three 5.25" drives, and has a bottom mount for 2.5"HDD/SSD as well as front-loading 2.5"/SSD hot-swap bay for quick drive changes. Not only that, but the Antec Six Hundred can hold up to an 11.5"(292mm) video card which should fit all but the most extreme video cards. Still interested? Good. Read on to find out more about the Antec Six Hundred v2.

Nexus Silent Mouse

There are lot of things to consider when buying a new mouse. Most look at comfort first. Others will look at DPI and polling and all sorts of fancy gaming stuff. But have you ever considered noise? Well the guys over at Nexus have. Here we have the Nexus Silent Mouse. It's silent. As in no clicking sound. The idea is that professionals and noise haters can work in piece and quiet without that obnoxious clicking sound to distract them (they specifically mention TV and Music studios). If silence is what you're after read on for a more in depth look at the Nexus Silent Mouse.

GDC 2011: Expo Floor Photos

TechwareLabs didn't attend this years Game Developers Conference in San Fransisco, but I went and took some pics for you to enjoy.