Introduce a Foot Pedal Into Your Computing Setup

Imagine if drum kits didn't have kick drums. Music wouldn't be nearly as great! Here's how you can turn an old USB keyboard into a foot pedal and stomp stomp stomp your way through Google Reader (or whatever else). » 10/22/10 12:40pm 10/22/10 12:40pm

Treat Your Fingers to the Best of Both Worlds With a Modded USB…

With one foot in the present and another firmly in the past, these DIY instructions will turn that beautiful vintage typewriter in the attic into an awesome part of your digital routine. And give you some serious literary street cred. » 8/31/10 12:00am 8/31/10 12:00am

Thanko Heating Cooling Keyboard Is Ready For Any Weather

Sure, that Thanko cooling fan keyboard » 10/29/08 4:00am 10/29/08 4:00am was a great addition to your desktop for the summer, but temperatures have gotten chillier now and we're all wondering how to keep our wrists . Why, with Thanko's upgraded keyboard, of course! The wintertime edition has three different warming spots that'll make your hands all…

KeyRight's Look & Learning Typing Solution = If Coloring Books and…

Left-pinky to red, right-pointer to sky blue: KeyRight's Look & Learn Typing Solution takes us back to old-school learning by assigning each of your fingers to a certain set of keys distinguished by color. This QWERTY keyboard comes with a typing tutor, which helps you become a touch typist through muscle memory,… » 10/27/08 9:47pm 10/27/08 9:47pm

Wii Firmware Update Adds Full USB Keyboard Support

Nintendo added partial USB keyboard support in the last Wii firmware update, but the latest 3.1 update brings full USB support. Now everyone can use a keyboard to type in those long-ass Wii friend codes that Nintendo so graciously had you enter for every game you want to play online. It's like they don't even want » 10/10/07 2:20pm 10/10/07 2:20pm

Red, Not (RED), Peripherals

Other Red is not affiliated with the Bono-approved, AIDS-eliminating effort Product (RED). Unable to jazz up philanthropy with the big boys, the participants of Other Red are a few smaller tech companies attempting to jump on the charity bandwagon with crimson gadgets of their own. Still, 10 percent of the $30 you pay… » 11/03/06 11:30am 11/03/06 11:30am