Archive for May 18th, 2013
I think I can speak for the rest of the world and say '1 please'. The Uni Wristwatch includes software for completely customizing the 96x96 OLEDdisplay's output, which means you can choose any font or style for conveying the [...
Unify4life's Game|Shadow (yup, I was thinking the same, WTH is up with that name??) dongle/software solution turns your Blackberry into an honest to goodness PS3 remote control|mini-keyboard.
Last week Sony Ericsson launched its latest Walkman phone, the W508. The clamshell style handset includes gesture controls, quad band GSM, HSDPA data connectivity (the W508a variant is triple band HDSPA), 1GB memory stick [...]
I'm not sure how well these work, but apparently the NoPoPo (no pollution power) batteries can be charged by peeing, yes peeing into them. I'll stick to my Enloops thank you very much seeing as you can only recharge them [...]
I love me some Chipotle! It’s so fresh and tasty I can hardly write this post without salivating all over my keyboard. If you’re like me, then you’ll be pleased to hear that Chipotle released an iPhone applica...
I’m not sure how I missed this at CES, but I did, so now I’m kicking myself in the ass. The Emperor Workstation is the ultimate and most indulgent piece of computer furniture you can get your hands on. For $40,000...
The Tripp Lite USB extender does exactly that, it extends a USB connection (up to 150ft) using cheap Cat5 (LAN) cables.
Die hard Resident Evil fans will be glad to hear that the Resident Evil 5 demo will hit the Xbox 360 on January 26th. PS3 owners will have to wait another week for the demo [...]
The phrase ‘world’s first’ tends to garner attention, and hence a post describing the Spycopter. And yes, it is the ‘world’s first dual rotor radio controlled helicopter with wireless video camera functi...
Well, it looks like the Nintendo DSi will launch sooner than later here in the States. Japan scored the updated, dual touchscreen, 3MP camera embedded Nintendo handheld video game system back in November of 2008...
When I originally wrote about the PoGo last May I was under the impression that it would be a stand alone printer that would utilize ZINK technology. Turns out I was wrong; well, partially wrong. The Polaroid PoGo is in fact ...
The actual applications of the Spyball are far from practical, but we already knew that since the manufacturer is a toy company. Nonetheless, tweens and teens will enjoy its snooping abilities thanks to the built-in pop out cam...