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TrickleStar Automatically Shuts Down Your Computer’s Peripherals

TrickleStar plans to cut your energy costs all while clearing your mind of any guilt associated with your computer's power sucking devices.  How so?  Well, your computer's external devices, yeah, the ones plugged in at your fee...

Star Wars Darth Vader Toaster

Is there nothing Lucas won't license the Star Wars brand to?  Regardless, I'm gonna state that the Darth Vader Toaster is justified in the long line of movie paraphernalia crap.  After all, what kind of Sith in training would y...
Cell Phones

Sony Ericsson Officially Unveils The W705 Walkman Phone & The MBS-900 Bluetooth Speaker

In what I percieve as largely unremarkable news, Sony Ericsson announced the W705 walkman phone today.  It shares the same top notch sound quality as the W980, or so SE says, shake control for wrist numbing volume and track con...


KATA 3N1-20 Sling Bag Doesn’t Mess Around When It Comes To The Paparazzi

Designed by ex-Israeli Military dudes, the 3N1-20 Sling Bag is specifically designed for the hardcore photag.  It can be carried in three positions, eash catering to different scenarios. Backpack style for long hikes Quick draw...

iSnow, Just Add Water

My excitability meter is piquing at 'pet rock' right about now.  If you don't know what I mean, I'm talking one trick pony and by one trick pony I mean you can play with it once and relegate the iSnow to the junk drawer.  Still...

48 Hour Netflix Trial On Xbox 360 NXE

The newer Xbox 360 games seem to be bundled with a 48 hour Netflix trial on the soon to be released NXE. This could be a smart marketing move by MS and Netflix as they try to reel in new subscribers. Heck, I'd give it a try jus...


Cobra’s Latest Radar Detectors Include GPS & Red-light Camera Alerts

Once you're caught on a red-light camera here in LA you'll do just about anything to avoid another one of these costly tickets.  Hmmm, only if there were a system that could keep you abreast of red-light camera locations and pe...

NComputing Brings Inverse Cloud Computing To Joe The Plumber

My apologies, but with the election over, I just couldn't resist the urge to use 'Joe the Plumber'.  What a joke, but I'll tell you what isn't a joke, Ncomputing's networked computer system.  The tiny, fanless box contains no C...

Cross Hair Watch Makes For Cryptic Time Telling

Playing to the the spy in me, or submarine gunner - I'm not sure which -  the Cross Hair watch (officially known as the Scope) may be difficult to read, but it sure is snazzy to look at. Hours on the X axis, minutes on the Y an...


iRiver’s Ex-CEO Releases The Mintpad

iRiver's Ex-CEO has finally unveiled his latest product, the Mintpad.  The 2.86"  device is yet another PMP/MID with some touchscreen wizardry built-in.  It'll play your movies and music, show off your photos and allows you to ...

DSLR Bubble Level Fits In Your Camera’s Hot Shoe

Scorn me if you must, but the the Cube Hot Shoe 3-Axis Bubble Level is a cheap and useful tool for the obsessive compulsive photographer.  I can't think of a practical use, though.  Can you? You can grab it here for $11 [Geekal...

Wicked Lasers, Elite Series Review

Nearly everyone has seen a laser pointer that lets you highlight presentations from a distance. While such lasers are useful, they’re also relatively harmless unless you stare directly at the laser for long periods of time. If ...