Awesomer Media Sites: THE AWESOMER | MIGHTYMEGA | 95OCTANE
subscribe to our rss feedsubscribe via e-mailfollow technabob on twittertechnabob facebook fan pageGoogle+follow us in feedly
Follow Us:
Page 2 of 12
« prevnext »

Archive for June 2009

Hey N00b, Here’S How You Install Os X on an Sd Card

Hey N00b, Here’S How You Install Os X on an Sd Card
Macworld Senior Editor Roman Loyola posted a video guide showing how one can install Apple’s OS X Leopard on an SD card. The new Macbook Pros (save for the 17-in) come with an SD card slot,…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

NES Controller Doorbell: I’D Hit That

NES Controller Doorbell: I’D Hit That
To whoever made this fun doorbell: wouldn’t it be more awesome if you had to punch in the Konami code before it rang? Requiring the code will also deter naughty neighbors who’ll no doubt be compelled…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Mili Pro Pocket Projector for iPhone and Ipods

Mili Pro Pocket Projector for iPhone and Ipods
Pocket projectors are starting to pop up everywhere, but this is the first time I’ve seen one that’s designed to work so seamlessly with the iPhone and iPods. Phonesuit’s upcoming MiLi Pro projector combines a pocket-sized…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Motifo Fridge Magnets: Pop Art in Pixels

Motifo Fridge Magnets: Pop Art in Pixels
Why just put a couple of magnets on the front of your refrigerator when you can cover the entire thing with ‘em? These mosaic magnets from Australia’s Motifo let you build complicated pixel art creations all…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Steampunk Brass Synthesizer Blows My Mind

Steampunk Brass Synthesizer Blows My Mind
I always thought analog synthesizers were inherently retro. Just not quite this retro. This unbelievable steampunk modular synthesizer features tons of dials and intricate brass etching throughout. All of the buttons and knobs were hand lathed,…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Saltside Out Salt Shaker Puts the Salt on the Wrong Side of the Shaker

Saltside Out Salt Shaker Puts the Salt on the Wrong Side of the Shaker
I know, I know, what the hell does a salt shaker have to do with technabob? Nothing, really. I normally wouldn’t write about such a dull, utilitarian thing, but this one deserves a mention for its…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Bottle Cap Mario and Pac-Man Art Pop Onto Etsy

Bottle Cap Mario and Pac-Man Art Pop Onto Etsy
I really love these whimsical folk art renditions of classic video game characters, handmade from bottle caps. Etsy artist BottleCapArt turns discarded beer bottle caps into pixel art. Each creation is handmade from bottlecaps, paint, pine,…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Serious Sam is Back, Getting Down to Business on Xbla

Serious Sam is Back, Getting Down to Business on Xbla
Nearly a decade ago, Croteam, a team of six developers in Croatia got real damn serious about making a first person shooter, and the resulting hero is the stuff of cult legend. Serious Sam has everything…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Micro Air Vehicles Being Developed by Us Air Force, Terrorists Ready Their Fly Swatters

Micro Air Vehicles Being Developed by Us Air Force, Terrorists Ready Their Fly Swatters
Tonight’s nightmare is brought to you by the US Air Force Research Laboratory and their Playstation 1 – era CG presentation of the Micro Air Vehicles project. Narrated by someone who sounds almost exactly the same…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Commodore 64 Vs. the iPhone 3gs: Guess Who Won?

Commodore 64 Vs. the iPhone 3gs: Guess Who Won?
After the arguably unnecessary rejection of the Commodore 64 emulator for the iPhone, Technologizer‘s Harry McCracken – whose last name would be much cooler if it ended with an exclamation point: McCracken! (and started with Zak)…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

How to Raise a Dragon in Your Browser

How to Raise a Dragon in Your Browser
How to Raise a Dragon is a charming little pixelated browser game all about–as you may have guessed–the care and feeding of dragons. Feed a hatchling, guide an adolescent beast, and see where the story takes…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Refreshing News: Washing Machine With Nylon Beads Uses 90% Less Water

Refreshing News: Washing Machine With Nylon Beads Uses 90% Less Water
This is undoubtedly one of the most environment-friendly appliances that I have ever seen: using technology developed by professor Stephen Burkinshaw of Leeds University, the Xeros washing machine is so efficient it only needs a cup…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Dead Mouse Mouse: Worst Mouse Mod Ever

Dead Mouse Mouse: Worst Mouse Mod Ever
Ever since 2007’s creepy CompuBeaver casemod, there hasn’t been too much news in the budding field of computer taxidermy. I suppose that had to change sooner or later. This disturbing creation is a compact computer mouse…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Microsoft: It Pays to Use Internet Explorer 8

Microsoft: It Pays to Use Internet Explorer 8
This is how things are in the browser world: Opera never recovered from its commercial days, Safari is… okay I guess, Firefox is customizable, Chrome is speedy, and Internet Explorer is owned by a powerful company…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Vizio Xvt LCD Hdtvs With Internet Apps: Tweet in Hi-Def

Vizio Xvt LCD Hdtvs With Internet Apps: Tweet in Hi-Def
Shortly after hearing about HP’s Photosmart Premium with Web Touch, the world’s first printer to have its own apps, we now have Vizio announcing that their high end XVT (Extreme Vizio Technology, if you were wondering)…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Taiyo Voice-Heli: Voice Control Helicopter From Japan [Appu, Appu and Away]

Taiyo Voice-Heli: Voice Control Helicopter From Japan [Appu, Appu and Away]
This remote-controlled helicopter has the unique ability to be flown by voice command. Japan’s Taiyo Toy makes these unusual toy helicopters that come with a voice control mode. Just speak into the included microphone, and you…
Stumble ThisPin ItShare on FacebookTweet ThisShare on Reddit

Use Arrow Keys ← → for Faster Navigation Click to DisableClick to Enable