Daily Archives: November 14, 2011

After the workout

Dual Chambered Water Bottle

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Why carry one when you can carry two, right?  That surely the question the person who invented the HydraDuo, a water bottle with two chambers that allows you to carry up to two different liquids without them mixing, must have asked themselves. A dual-lid design lets you access either liquid independently of one and...

Sway Rocking Chair

Sway Two Person Rocking Chair

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Rocking chairs have long been a solo affair.  If you wanted to partake with a fellow sitter you had to resort to a hammock, which is hardly practical on a cold winter’s day. But, not any more. The Sway chair is a double-wide rocking chair by Markus Krauss.  The frame is crafted...


10 Top “Movember” Grooming Tech (list)


It’s “Movember” and to acknowledge the month-long event that was conceived in 1999 by a bunch of Australians trying to raise money for prostate and testicular cancer by growing out their ’staches, we’ve come up with a cool list of grooming tech. So when your ’stache is full and hairy...


Levitron: Float any Object (video)


Collect small trinkets?  Are they piling up on your desk and you just don’t know which one to feature this week?  Boy, do we have the answer.  The Levitron Revolution.  This device, which is no larger than a cup warmer, uses “EZ Float Technology” to suspend your precious objects, that weigh...

Burt ernie gps

Burt and Ernie GPS (video)


[GR]cE4a_nqiurY[/GR] The stand alone GPS, you know, the thing you mount to your dashboard, is quickly becoming an antiquated device thanks to the likes of the iPhone and Android smartphones.  But that hasn’t stopped TomTom from fighting a good fight, despite their market cap getting slashed in half overnight when...

Portal Bookends

Portal Bookends

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Got a Portal fan in the fam?  Don’t know what we’re talking about?  Portal is a PC and console video game that shot to popularity about 4 years ago thanks to its unique puzzle structure.  The game’s character must solve puzzles by teleporting objects and themselves into different rooms.  As...

Samsung Series 5 Chromebook

Samsung Series 5 Chromebook Wi-Fi Review


The future isn’t now. Companies regularly build radically new products because they have data that shows it’ll market well, or to test the waters. Google’s Chrome operating system combined with netbooks is one such product. Netbooks, underpowered and small laptops made for simple computing and web browsing, don’t require the...

Modern Warfare 3

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Review


It’s been a hard last two years for Activision, though the game publishing giant never showed it. After Infinity Ward all but disappeared and a serious lawsuit between the developer’s founders against Activision for unreceived bonuses, a major portion of Infinity Ward’s staff left to create Respawn Entertainment, now working...


Assassin’s Creed Revelations Review


If there’s anything that can be said about the Assassin’s Creed games, it’s that each iteration is consistently better than the last; Revelations continues that trend by taking everything you loved about Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, and expanding upon it.  As much as it saddens me to think that this is...