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Twimal reads your tweets, looks cute

Posted in twitter by Reuben Drake on March 28th, 2011

Do you use Twitter everyday? Takara Tomy wants to make your experience a cute one, by using Twimal. It must be the Pokemon that got away. Just plug it into your Windows machine using USB and it will read your tweets.

It comes in blue or white with male or female voices and can read all kinds of tweets like replies, lists, etc. in Japanese only. It will hit Japan on March 31 for ¥2,480 or about 30 of your hard earned dollars.

Charatter bear reads your tweets

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2011

Twitter fans will love this cute desktop peripheral that is capable of reading all your incoming tweets. It’s called the Charatter. He synchronizes to your Twitter account and reads all your incoming tweets out loud. The device comes from a company named WiZ who claims that sales of this critter have been explosive.

It works with a simple application installed on your PC or iPhone, where all of the tweets are translated into sound and sent to the Charatter bear who speaks the words verbally. The Charatter will cost you $28.

Yaratta bear reads your tweets, looks cute

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on July 18th, 2010

Reading through your Twitter feed is easy enough. You really shouldn’t need any help unless you follow 5000 people. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make it more fun.

This colorful little teddy bear is Yaratta and when you use an iPhone app it accesses your Twitter account and reads out the Tweets for you. All while looking cute. Twitter fans can even hook him up in their car where he will tweet for you.

Tweet Sleeve lets you wear your “mood”

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2010

Wearable technology and social networking is just getting started. The other day we told you about Ping, the hoodie designed to keep your Facebook profile updated. Today we have the Tweet Sleeve.

It was designed by Vanessa Sorenson and visually displays the moods of your twitter stream on your sweatshirt. The Tweet Sleeve tracks your mood and emotions by scanning your tweets, lighting up LEDs on the sleeve display.

Twitwee Clock combines tweets with a Cuckoo clock

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on April 22nd, 2010

We’ve seen quite a few cuckoo clocks over the years, but nothing like this twitter clock. It’s called the Twitwee Clock, built by Haroon Baig. It uses an Arduino and an LCD to display incoming tweets, along with an old fashioned mechanical cuckoo to notify you of the Tweets.

If you get a ton of tweets, that could get annoying very fast. Sadly there are no plans for building your own, but if you are the industrious sort, you can probably find a way.

Twettle: A Tweeting Kettle

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2010

We’ve seen our share of devices modified to use Twitter, so we’re always on the lookout to see what will happen next. Home appliances are just begging for a Twitter makeover, like this Twittering kettle, or Twettle.

Twettle can connect to your home Wi-Fi and has a small display, so you can enter the network password and Twitter details. Twettle also sports an API (application programming interface), allowing you to tweak it and add functionality if you want to get more out of it. You can set Twettle to actiate via a Twitter Direct Message, or have it boil at a lower temperature. Whatever you want.

Tweettree changes color with your tweets

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2009

Your Christmas tree may have all of the coolest ornaments on it, tinsel, and flashing lights, but does it do Twitter? This one does. The Tweettree will change its color based on your tweets.

Just tweet @tweet_tree with the colors of your choice. hat’s when the magic happens. The Tweettree is perfect for the Twitter addict this Christmas. It even comes complete with a small embedded server inside that connects it to Twitter. Pretty tweet. I mean sweet.

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UD7 USB display reads Tweets

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2009

UD7 USB display reads TweetsIf you’re tired of looking at your large desktop display to read your Tweets, then maybe it’s time to check out the UD7 USB display. This display will receive and display your Twitter updates, display system stats and other information.

Yes, this is basically a digital photo frame for $30. That isn’t too expensive if you have to see your tweets off your main display. Assuming you can see them at all since this is just 1.5 inches in size. They don’t call it micro-blogging for nothing.

Translate tweets to Klingon

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on December 7th, 2009

Translate tweets to KlingonHey you. Hardcore Trekkies. Get your face out of that cheetos bag, put down that green Orion babe love doll and listen up. Here’s your chance to use the Klingon language. Again.

You can now tweet in Klingon using this Twitter application. Please use this and right away. That way the rest of us can spot you easily and stay the hell away. That is all. Now you may go back to your fan fiction where data and Picard share a sweaty forbidden love, while Worf watches with a breaking heart.

Twitter device tweets your heartbeat to your followers

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on June 28th, 2009

Twitter device tweets your heartbeatIf you’ve done the whole tweeting every time your unborn child kicks, perhaps it’s time for something a bit creepier. This device will give your Twitter followers a live feed of your heartbeat, including “pre-recorded” messages to announce your death should you shuffle off this mortal coil.

This DIY project is open source and will send the news of your heart directly to the internet. That way should you stop supporting the Iranian revolution, we will all know why. It was probably one too many cheetos and the terrible let-down of a Transformers movie that was too much for your soul to take.

Twitter brain interface

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on April 21st, 2009

Twitter brain interfaceDo your fingers get tired from excessive tweets? Well, there’s help on the way. Just use brain power to send messages via Twitter without lifting a finger. You can thank Adam Wilson, who has come up with a brain interface that allows you to post Twitter messages with no hands. Though you will have to wear the dorky electrode cap.

The display shows individual letters and when the user focuses on a letter, it will type it. It’s slower than using a keyboard, but soon it should get faster. Who wants to use their fingers anyway? That’s so last century.

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Twitter Burglar Alarm tweets to let you know your stuff is being stolen

Posted in Security by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2009

Twitter Burglar Alarm tweets to let you know your stuff is being stolenThis latest Arduino project turns it into a twitter home security system of sorts. The Arduino is used to monitor a home burglar alarm and send out status messages should the status change: Like when the alarm was activated or shut off, error messages, or just when the alarm actually sounds because you are being robbed.

The Arduino’s digital IO pins are wired up to the alarm’s output signals. An XBee wireless module was added, because the alarm control panel is some distance away from the ethernet hook-up, and a simple Linux server (with the USB XBee receiver) monitors any changes and sends the Twitter messages. @alarmdude By the time help gets here I’m gone. Left the zune on your desk.