Posts Tagged ‘gadgets’
  • Tech Tattoo: Good idea or addiction gone bad?
    by Mike
    Posted August 4th, 2009 at 9:20 am
    Like many hobbies, addictions can grow and develop from a small crush to a wide following consuming the minds and actions of wide swaths of people. Techie's in particular can grow quite attached to gadgets, hardware, software, a tech company, or even characters in techie based products such as video game characters. While at the time, a certain tattoo may seem like a great way to show off your geekiness. However, after the ink settles and you step back look at what you've done, one can see ...
  • iriver to bring Android based PMP and new e-reader to market?
    by Mike
    Posted July 31st, 2009 at 5:54 am
    For now, hop on aboard the rumor train and get ready for a ride. A ride full of iriver rumors of juicy gadgets to get you salivating. The electronics company who was once known for amazing mp3 players such as the iHP-120 has of late focused more on the lower capacity/end of the market with players that haven't really wowed us. However, according to rumors from the Australian urban jungle say iriver is about to sing a different tune. A tune that includes an Android based PMP and a new e-rea...
  • Inspire your Superman loving sweetie with the Payphone Key Bracelet
    by Mike
    Posted July 29th, 2009 at 8:13 am
    While not necessarily a gadget, many times we'll look at things that are made from old gadgets as they are usually pretty cool and unique. This is one of those "gadgets". Whether or not you have a thing for Superman, old phone booths, or even spandex in general, the Payphone Key Bracelet is one twist on old tech that will help you convert your better half into your geeky lover. Really there isn't much to reveal as the bracelet is pretty self explanatory -- old payphone keys are strung toget...
  • Raise an eyebrow with your spectacular eyebrow hat
    by Mike
    Posted July 28th, 2009 at 1:27 pm
    If you've ever felt your eyebrows weren't quite to your liking or you simply want to have a little DIY fun, the DIY Eyebrow Hat certainly won't disappoint. While some may tinker with such common tinker toys as RC Cars or small gadgets, you can take pride in knowing you made not only a gadget, but one that many people will see on a daily basis if you so choose. The materials needed aren't really that expensive nor does the whole project require too much effort. The parts list according to th...
  • Let other drivers know how you really feel without lifing a finger…kinda…
    by Mike
    Posted July 17th, 2009 at 6:31 am
    If you've ever driven a car, chances are you've encountered those people which shouldn't be driving...let alone have a license. Their displays of stupidity and utter lack of any road manners makes you so angry you could beat them with a crow bar. Violent? Maybe. Needed? Most likely. Usually we humans rely on our ancestors' language when communicating across lanes to signal to other drivers how we really feel. But why take out hands off the wheel and our texting? Why not let another gad...
  • Coolest Calendar Ever: The Ink Calendar
    by Mike
    Posted July 17th, 2009 at 6:15 am
    Take all of your other novelty calendars and even functional calendars and throw them in the trash because that is exactly what they are when compared to the world's coolest calendar, the Ink Calendar. Designed by forward thinking Spanish designer Oscar Diaz, the Ink Calendar brings a whole new level of innovation and sophistication to an otherwise mundane project and duty. The gist behind this time teller is the ability to display the date with nothing but a bottle of ink and 28-31 paper ma...
  • Go old school with the TV Bag
    by Mike
    Posted July 17th, 2009 at 6:00 am
    Forget practicality and convenience, this one off custom purse/bag will look stylish, set yourself apart from the rest of civilization as a geek, and manage to not break the bank. Unfortunately the same cannot be said for your back. This old battle worn Sony TV has gained a new lease on life. Instead of spending the next millennium sitting in some dump leeching toxins into the ground, this TV will instead come back to life as a very handy, very loved bag. I would imagine such a bag can't b...
  • For the Photoshop fanatics: The Photoshop fridge magnet
    by Mike
    Posted July 15th, 2009 at 12:34 pm
    Stocking stuffers and other small gifts can sometimes be difficult to choose. Why waste countless hours or days on finding a gift that in all reality isn't even worth that much? The nerds, more importantly graphic nerds of your life have a new easy solution -- the Photoshop fridge magnet. While you can't really do anything with the various color pallets and templates, the eye candy alone will keep you occupied for at least a few seconds. Not to mention, anyone who comes to your humble abod...
  • Conceptual military robots to get the munchies for human crunchies [Terminator in the Flesh?]
    by Mike
    Posted July 15th, 2009 at 7:35 am
    If the above title doesn't make you cringe or feel uncomfortable, the following information might just succeed. Carbon based fuels that have propelled pretty much every moving machine since the gasoline engine was first invented have completely taken a hold of our society. With global warming climate change wreaking havoc on our little blue planet, fuel resources drying up, and tensions with the gatekeepers of said resources not getting any more rosy, the quest for alternative fuels or energ...
  • Soldiers to Tweet the location of future enemy combatants?
    by Mike
    Posted July 15th, 2009 at 5:50 am
    Miniature qwerty keyboards have been popping up more and more recently across mobile devices of all types in a move by manufacturers to cater to the growing trend of texters, mobile emailers, and social butterflies. The military often treads a very different path. While their technology and gadgets are still top of the line and current, the gadgets themselves when based off of consumer electronics are often a few generations behind the curve. It seems the military is finally coming into the...
  • Giant Gummi Bear LED lamps to rescue world from recession 1 overpriced bear at at time?
    by Mike
    Posted July 14th, 2009 at 5:18 am
    If you think about a stereotypical overpriced novelty gift, what comes to your mind? For some it is some kind of wacky flash drive. For others it is a mash up of one or more gadgets into some uber gadget. Still for others, a giant gummi bear LED lamp may come to mind. Well folks, if you think like the latter, today is your day. The Giant Gummi Bear LED lamp is just what it sounds like, 7" of rubber molded into the shape of a bear with an LED crammed down its throat illuminating your dark ...
  • Build a spectacular equation with the LEGO Block Calculator
    by Mike
    Posted July 13th, 2009 at 5:56 am
    Have a little bit of your younger years still lingering in your head? Ever want to capitalize on those moments and take a trip down memory lane with some of the toys you used to play with when your face was much closer to the ground? Now you can act out on those childish dreams while not looking too immature with the LEGO Block Calculator. Hammer out equations with the best mathematicians while simultaneously getting your little kid on. While not available until August, for the time being ...
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