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If you have two tens and a five to rub together, an affordable world of tech gadgets is within your reach. From a smartphone-friendly credit card swiper to a tiny Bluetooth 4.0/USB adapter to AA rechargeable batteries that plug into a USB port to get juiced, I've assembled a list of 25 great gadgets priced at $25 or less. And here's the best part: You'll find no junk here. The following items are useful, innovative, and sometimes offbeat in a geeky way. So go ahead—dig deep between the sofa cushions, and check your change jar.
Staying sane while spending hours in a cubicle is difficult. You’re constantly at war with claustrophobia, aching kneecaps and, at times, the guy sitting next to you. Whether mean-spirited or not, an office war requires the right arsenal of weapons, and you don’t want to show up unprepared for any workplace shenanigans. Here are some devious little items to get you started. 1.
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Introducing a new world of color into your home, the Equinox Mood Light lets you shower your living space with your choice of 16 million colors.
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While Google’s augmented-reality glasses are receiving immense attention — and scrutiny — they’re certainly not the first pieces of eyewear to include an integrated display. A company called Vuzix released its first pair of augmented-reality glasses, the iWear VR920 , in 2009. The glasses contain two LCD displays that mimic a 62-inch screen sitting nine feet away.