Daily Archives: March 22, 2006

Bottle Opening Ring Thing


Ever been at a party, or working at the bar only to find your bar key (bottle opener) missing or out of reach?  The Original Ring Thing slips easily onto any finger and no matter where or why, what – pretty much all of the ‘w’s – you’ve got a bottle opener...

Apple’s Mighty Mouse Reveals a Hidden Gem


This is pretty freakin’ cool, and trust Apple to pull something like this off. According to Flickr user Dan Bowles, lifting up your Apple Mighty Mouse a few inches from a flat surface will reveal a mouse like image (is this suppose to be Mighty Mouse from the cartoon –...

LG’s Dual Slider: LG-SD910


LG’s newest phone, the SD910, incorporates the use of two sliding components to provide access to not just the numeric keypad, but the phones media controls as well. Also included are a 1.3 megapixel camera, MP3 functionality, and MBank for making micro payments. Sounds like it will only be available...

Video Game Urinal


Bathroom talk has never been one of our strong suites, but the “On Target? urinal blends hygiene, video game fun, and alleviation into one neat ceramically white package. Installed in the basin of the urinal is a pressure sensitive pad that when activated produces images and sound on the forward...

Dell XPS 600 Renegade goes for sale


It looks like Dell’s ridiculously powerful gaming PC, the Dell XPS 600 Renegade finally has been given a price tag and is available to purchase! The XPS 600 Renegade will go for $9,930. Wait, before you freak out and bitch about Dell, let’s remember what this bad boy ships with:...

iLuv i604 iPod battery pack


Looking to extend the battery life of your iPod 5G Video?  You might want to check out the iLuv i604 iPod battery back.  This pack, which attaches to the bottom of your iPod Video, can extend your iPod up to 55 hours! iLuv has thrown in some protective silicon skins...

KUKU Alarm Clock


We have yet another whacky alarm clock for you guys — the KUKU Alarm clock.  This chicken alarm clock will lay 5 eggs when your alarm goes off.  Get this, the only way to turn off the alarm, is to put the 5 eggs back into the alarm.  Guess you’ll...

Solar-powered Boat


So you might look a little bit like a goob in one of these, but on the upside you’ll be saving the environment, and not murdering flipper. The Solar Powered Boat contains 4 deep cycle batteries (holds 6 hour charge) which powers a 700-watt electric motor to move you and...

USB Based Time Stamp Machine


Starting a small business? Then you probably wanna keep track of your employee’s hours. The USB Time Stamp machine plugs into any USB based computer and records incoming and outgoing workers. We don’t know how much one of the original old clunkers goes for (analog version), but given the device’s relatively...

IBM’s New Tech Talks About Laundry and Parking


At Wakeforest’s Winston Salem, North Carolina campus, parking and laundry just got a whole lot more organized thanks to IBM. Serving as a test bed for IBM’s new voice recognition software, students can now ask their cell phone’s if there are any free parking spots, or if the laundry machines...

Windows Vista Release Delayed Until 2007

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Contrary to our previous thoughts, and indicating websites, it looks like the consumer level Windows Vista OS will be delayed until January 2007. Good news is that business customers should be receiving the new OS as expected in November of this year. Microsoft plans to release six versions of the...

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