Archive for September, 2014
 
 
 
Storage
 

Toshiba Announces 16GB USB Stick

About 6 month ago a company called Cell Disk boasted the largest USB stick. We all knew that wouldn't last long considering the memory debacle we have all come to hate and love - Apple's iPod comes to mind. Toshiba recently ann...
 
Storage
 

The Perfect Basketball Back Pack

We know it looks cool to walk the streets with a b-ball in hand, but if you wanna store 'the rock' in your back pack you probably end up experiencing a rather large and uncomfortable bulge in your back. The Urban Basketball Bac...

 
MP3
 

Pink iPod and iPod Nano

You probably don't remember, but earlier this year we brought you the pink iPod Nano. Unfortunately, to our knowledge, the company that promised these never delivered. Well, just in time for the Holiday season Amazon is carryin...
 
MP3
 

SanDisk Releases 8GB Flash Memory E280 MP3 Player

Sansa can now boast the biggest Flash Memory based MP3 on the market. No doubt that Apple will release its 8GB Nano in Q4, but until then Sansa can sing away. The MP3 player, based on the e200 line, also includes a microSD memo...

 
Autos
 

Jet Powered Scooter

Remember the dude that built the jet engine powered VW Beetle? Well, he's back, and using not one, but two jets to burn the rubber of his girlfriend's Vespa scooter. We never did see that Beetle take off, but if we get a glimps...
 
Wacky
 

XPIN MX-430 Guides by GPS and Entertains by Digital TV in a Handheld Package

The XPIN MX-430 by EK EMD looks pretty rockin'! The handheld device features 2 gigs memory via an SD card, T-DMB television and SIRF III Chip based GPS technology supported by Windows CE 5.0. In addition to the 4.5" LCD touch s...

 
Wacky
 

FireFox Crop Circles – The Fox is Invading

Ok, so its already made its invasion, but this type of crop-circle cutting beats any alien ground tag. Organized by Oregon State University students it took less then 24 hours, 12 people, and a final retouching the following mo...
 
Business
 

Dell Recalls 4.1 Million Sony Manufactured Laptop Batteries

In case you didn't see the pics floating around the net, yes, Dell Laptop batteries have had a propensity to overheat and explode. The lithium-ion batteries were sold in laptops from April 1, 2004 to July 18, 2006. The followin...

 
Speakers
 

Sennheiser ‘Twist to Fit’ MX90VC Headphones

Check out these innovative headphones by Sennheiser called 'Twist to Fit' that stay locked in your ear via a twisty little ear bud. The pics say it best, but the question remains: how comfy are they? Sennheiser's 'twist to fit'...
 
Cell Phones
 

College Implements Tracking Cell Phones

To many, attending college means the loss of some privacy - share a room, bathrooms, etc. For the Freshmen at New Jersey's Montclair State University privacy, or lack there of, has a whole new meaning. The University is offerin...

 
Household
 

No Hands Necessary Can Opener

Kay, we gotta go gimmicky here for a minute.  I know you can't believe your eyes, but YES! its a hands free can opener!  But wait, there's more.  The Hands Free Can Opener also cuts a smooth edge, preventing cuts and nicks.  Op...
 
Computers
 

Confirmed: Dell to go AMD this October

When I think Dell, I think Intel. Apparently, this will all change in the very near future. According to The Register, Dell "has confirmed it intends to launch AMD-based notebooks" as early as this October and are due to make a...