Daily Archives: June 29, 2010


Yelpie: Portable Safe With Motion Detector


It’s simple: if you don’t want your sh*t stolen don’t leave it unattended on the beach, at the park or at the pool.  But hey, we’re all forgetful.  The Yelpie Safe is a portable, weather resistant storage container that can’t be opened unless the correct 4-pin combination is entered.  I...


JayBird’s Sportsband Headphones Get The Skittle Treatment


Remember Jaybird‘s Sportsband headphones? They’re now available in a super wide variety of colors: Limonade Green, Sonic Blue, Orange Crush, Runner’s Red, Toffee Apple Red, Midnight Black, Polar Blue, PowderPuff Pink, Snow White. Feature wise they remain the same, connecting to your phone or MP3 player via Bluetooth allowing you...


Pivot Power Flexible Power Outlet Is Creative Genius


With all the advancements in technology, its amazing that these fancy electronics all use power supplies that are huge freakin blocks that don’t fit on one surge protector. You know what I’m talking about. This problem has plagued geeks for too long…until now. As you can see, this Pivot Power...


PS3 Firmware 3.40 Brings PSN Plus & Other Improvements


Playstation Plus, Sony’s premium subscription service for their PlayStation Network, is finally here thanks to the 3.40 firmware update that hits consoles today. Hit up that link for our full details on the service, but in short, it looks like there could be much worse ways to spend $50 in...


Easy iPad Printing Is Here Thanks To HP’s Photosmart e-All-in-One D110a


HP’s new wireless printer has got a killer app, one might say, something you don’t say too often with printers. The Photosmart e-All-in-One D110a’s ePrint feature allows users to wirelessly print e-mails and attachments without installing any special drivers, thanks to 802.11n WiFi. That means that, yes, printing from the...


Android 2.2 Now Out On The Nexus One


Welp, it’s official. Android 2.2, codenamed ‘Froyo’, is finally hitting smartphones starting with the Nexus One. Android 2.2’s official arrival was last week, if you recall, which let carriers then decide when they were going to unleash the update. If you own a Nexus One, just make sure the thing...


Seagate Debuts First 3TB External Desktop Drive


Well, a barrier has been broken today. Seagate has unveiled the first 3TB External Desktop Drive, part of their GoFlex Desk line. Its the first 3.5-inch drive to hold that much storage capacity. There will be versions with USB 3.0, USB 2.0, and FireWire adapters, but only the USB 2.0...