Archive for September 2nd, 2014
 
 
 
Security
 

One Badass Shredder – Does 500 Pages At A Time

Although the days of Enron and Worldcom are behind us, the days of cooking the books and paper shredding are far from over. Hence the introduction of Rexel's Auto+ shredder. This thing destroys up to 500 pages at a time and che...
 
Concepts
 

Washup Reuses Washing Machine Water To Clean Other Waste

The modern world wastes gallons and gallons of water. Fortunately, these days folks are catching on. God knows I've seen my fair share of waterless urinals. Yeah, it's a little funky 'on paper' but they actually work and they d...

 
Gaming
 

The GX-10 Camera Puts You In The Game

The GX-10 Gaming Camera is a fair bit cheaper than the Wii, so expect novel, short term entertainment from this toy. How's it work? You shoot a pic of yourself and the included software inserts you into 1 of the 3 games of your...
 
Furniture
 

Braunwoodline Super Compact Expandable Table

The Braunwoodline table is one sleek piece of furniture. As you'll see in the video, the table contains drawers. Each drawer contains 3 leafs that flip out and extend the table's surface area. A slick design and a great compact...

 
Cell Phones
 

Flash Player Confirmed By Adobe

According to Appleinsider, Adobe has began production on a Flash player designed for the iPhone. The news was announced during a conference call in which Adobe's president stated that with the release of the SDK they finally ha...
 
Household
 

Stack O’ Books Hides Your Drugs, Condoms and God Knows What Else

The Poetry Nightstand passes as a solid stack of books. Hidden beneath its benign exterior are 4 draws for stashing the small and not so mentionable. At best I'd stash condoms, lube, you know, the usual. You 'smokers' probably ...

 
Wireless
 

802.11n Upgrade Kit For Macbook and Macbook Pro

Quickertek has released a DIY kit for upgrading your Macbook and other Apple hardware to 802.11n. The Macbook kit will set you back $90. Me, I'd wait around a while until the standard becomes, well, the standard. Available here...
 
Cell Phones
 

iPhone’s Accelorometer Does Double Duty As A Level

Why depend on the analog when you can have digital. Probably the adage photographer Ben Long follows. He managed to hack his iPhone (i.e. Jailbreak) and install an app called iLevel to take balanced and even photographs. This w...

 
Cars
 

Chrysler Jeep Grand Cherokee Rocking A 20GB Hard Drive & It’s Standard Equipment

Jeep's newest Grand Cherokee is geek teched out, relatively speaking for Chrysler that is. Included in the package is MyGig infotainment system and features MP3 playback, Bluetooth, and a 20GB hard drive and DVD player. Another...
 
Travel
 

Finally A Travel Charger That Includes A USB Plug

If you travel abroad you're probably already familiar with the numerous travel chargers on the market. None of them include a USB plug for powering the likes of an iPhone until now. It's apty called the Universal Travel Adapter...

 
Household
 

Pot Balancing Spoons

Whenever I cook I'm always balancing the spoon on the pot or pan. Ultimately I end up with sauce, grease and more on the stove top from one edge hanging over the side. Jonathans Wild Cherry Lazy Spoons feature a notch embedded ...