Archive for August, 2009
  • Updated BlackBerry Tour (renamed “Essex”) to get WiFi and optical trackpad?
    by Mike
    Posted August 31st, 2009 at 1:12 pm
    For now, take your rumor folder and gently place this one in there to foster and grow. If you thought the BlackBerry Tour was hot stuff now, wait until early 2010 when a lightly updated model is supposed to appear. Along with a new name, "Essex", this new 9630 will get WiFi much like the updated Storm 2 as well as that optical trackpad that is surprising many good 'ol physical button lovers everywhere. For now, this is all rumor without any pictures or internal leaked documents to back it u...
  • Old and New: NES Catridge Hard Drives
    by Mike
    Posted August 31st, 2009 at 9:22 am
    Whether or not you're a packrat or simply love old games and the memories they bring back, being able to use old game consoles or accessories for new projects brings a sort of accomplishment or pride in knowing you're getting a second use out of an object that was destined for the trash heap. The gadget in question is that of old NES catridges by adding in a bit of new school internal storage. If you are the type that needs several external hard drives and requires that they be small and p...
  • Scare children by giving your desk a more hellish appearance…
    by Mike
    Posted August 31st, 2009 at 8:14 am
    Building on the Halloween festivities that were presented in the previous post, if you have a desk in need of a little customization or a more homie feeling, adding something unique and head turning definitely adds to the overall appeal of a house. Are you a sick and twisted sort of individual or likes all things death? If so, awesome (get help). If not and you just like unique gadgets, the USB Skull Speakers should fulfil your decorating needs. With a nice graphic representation of a bl...
  • Dress up your iPhone for Halloween
    by Mike
    Posted August 31st, 2009 at 8:02 am
    I know that talking about customes, ghost, and gouls is a tad early on my part as Halloween is still a good two months away, but in the name of gadgetry and geekiness, I press on. If you have felt bad for your naked or undressed iPhone for the last couple of Halloween's, a new case that resembles a creature a little less than holy will surely do the trick. Introducing the Demon iPhone case: available in blue, yellow, white, green, and purple plus sporting a creepy demonic face on the back ...
  • lolz :) while driving = :0 — Up to 15 years jailtime
    by Mike
    Posted August 31st, 2009 at 7:47 am
    Talking on the phone and the measures people have gone to to limit it's use are a necessity in today's digital age. Texting has of late replaced many individual's need to talk. If you're the type that prefers text based comunication to actual talking, you know how much time texting can consume. While many states and even the federal government is pushing legislation that bans texting while driving and imposes minor fines, committing said act in Utah could land you in the slammer for quite s...
  • Grado comes inside with the GR8
    by Mike
    Posted August 31st, 2009 at 7:35 am
    To any new or seasoned audiophile, the name Grado is more than likely a familiar friend. Highly regarded for their pure, open, and airy reproduction of music means many have made the higher end headsets their own. In the age of mobility and always on the go lifestyles, ear buds have caught on. Many high end manufacturers such as Ultimate Ears, Shure, Sennheiser, as well as many others can now look forward to a new competitor in the marketplace: Grado. While Grado has neglected this particu...
  • Sometimes….a TV can be too big.
    by Mike
    Posted August 28th, 2009 at 3:24 pm
    While techies, videophiles, and sports nuts will always go for the biggest, most crisp, and brightest TV, the first stipulation, the size can cause problems.  Basically I'm saying that sometimes, a TV can be too big.  *Gasps!*.  Don't believe me?  Just ask Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones whom set out with a grand vision.  The vision was to have the largest flat screen TV in the world smack dead center in his stadium.  What Jerry wants, Jerry gets.  There's only one problem: the TV is s...
  • Download Offline Google Chrome installer [How-to]
    by Mike
    Posted August 28th, 2009 at 1:07 pm
    Google Chrome is my new favorite browser. I like the style of it, the speed, and the way it renders web pages. For me, it's all good. However, the one thing that bugs me about Chrome is that Google only offers an online downloader meaning if you're in an area void of any internet connection, you're out of luck. However, there is a super simple way to get the entire download in one file so you can install it on internet-less machines 'till your hearts content. Want to know how? Come on in...
  • Rollip gives your photos the classic Polaroid treatment
    by Mike
    Posted August 28th, 2009 at 12:19 pm
    Do you crave the look of the good 'ol classic Polaroid pictures? Do memories of simpler times make your heart smile so much so you want to pass those smiles on to your pictures? If so, Rollip has just the service for you. After spending a good hour playing around at Rollip.com, I can say that their online service is straightforward, fast, and easy to use. While there are in fact several other options for touching up and editing your photos, Rollip is proud to announce that they plan on...
  • BlackBerry Theme: Focus
    by Mike
    Posted August 28th, 2009 at 11:55 am
    Are you the type of BlackBerry user who enjoys custom themes? Custom themes that emphasize the wallpaper, taking a minimalistic approach? If so, a new theme from Elecite called "Focus is sure to catch your eye. Featuring a circular navigation menu, the center hub that houses 8 icons plus the time giving you quick access to a fairly large number of your favorite apps. Since this theme highlights stunning wallpapers, it only seems fitting that Elecite includes a few -- 10 to be exact. 1...
  • T-Mobile USA pushes BlackBerry 8900 update out to the masses
    by Mike
    Posted August 28th, 2009 at 10:22 am
    If you've been having a not so pleasant time with your little CrackBerry 8900, or you simply love playing the update game, T-Mobile USA released today an update to the popular qwerty device. The update rings in at 4.6.1.231. Start the downloads! Get the T-Mobile USA BlackBerry 8900 4.6.1.231 OS update here Source: Into Mobile, @ TMOBILE_USA...
  • Sudoku robot ensures you never leave a puzzle unsolved
    by Mike
    Posted August 28th, 2009 at 10:09 am
    If you thought you were hot stuff because you could do a Sudoku puzzle, a nifty little robot designed by Hans Andersson would like to challenge you to a man vs. machine dual. While Mr. Andersson's little creation won't break any world speed records, it is mighty cool none the less. I mean it's a small little robot on wheels solving Sudoku puzzles! The magical feat involves the use of what you would expect, a light sensor, some various servos and other mechanical gizmos, and a processor to c...
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