X

This website uses cookies.

This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy.

I agree
Learn More
Great Geek Gifts in the Technabob Shop!Get Technabob Daily: Join our Mailing List! | Follow Us: Facebook | Twitter
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:
Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob
Page 165 of 375

Category: Technology

3D Printed Adapters Let You Connect 10 Different Kinds of Building Toys

3D Printed Adapters Let You Connect 10 Different Kinds of Building Toys
You have your LEGO and Duplos and K’Nex and Tinker Toys and many others, which work great by themselves, but they don’t connect with each other. Well, here’s something cool that will let you build some…

Kun “One Eye” Camera: Tiny “DSLR” Shoots 12MP Pics, HD Video

Kun “One Eye” Camera: Tiny “DSLR” Shoots 12MP Pics, HD Video
This tiny camera may fit in the palm of your hand, but it looks like a little DSLR, and claims to shoot images at 12 megapixel resolution. Loosely translated the name of this digital camera is…
Advertisement

FAA Promises a “Fresh Look” at Gadget Use on Flights

FAA Promises a “Fresh Look” at Gadget Use on Flights
The FAA cleared the iPad and other devices for use in cockpits of commercial aircraft by pilots late last year. The approval was made to reduce the load on pilot by allowing them to have digital…

Pygmy Robot Rings: The Hands Have Eyes

Pygmy Robot Rings: The Hands Have Eyes
Humans and robots have been interacting for ages now, so why are we not palling around with R2-D2 and C-3PO yet? Because we still have a long way to go before we can interact with them…

Queen 40th Anniversary Box Set Comes on Golden Orb Flash Drive

Queen 40th Anniversary Box Set Comes on Golden Orb Flash Drive
I’m of the opinion that anyone who’s been in high school since the 1980s will be familiar with at least a couple songs from the rock band Queen. I’m not sure it’s physically possible to make…

Sony Power Outlet Recognizes Devices and Users to Regulate Power: Convenient or Creepy?

Sony Power Outlet Recognizes Devices and Users to Regulate Power: Convenient or Creepy?
There are already several ways of tracking and restricting the Internet access of a specific device, but Sony has developed a concept that controls a much more basic commodity: electricity. Its Authentication Power Outlet concept has…

Belkin LiveAction iOS Camera Remote Makes Sure You’re Always in the Shot

Belkin LiveAction iOS Camera Remote Makes Sure You’re Always in the Shot
The iPhone’s camera hardware and array of photo-enhancing and photo-sharing apps has made it a very popular pocket camera. But no app or iPhone photography course can help you when it comes to taking group shots…

Robothespian Sings “Singing in the Rain”, Despite Never Having Been

Robothespian Sings “Singing in the Rain”, Despite Never Having Been
Robothespian must be a great actor. People seem to really respond to him. Plus he sings classics like “Singing in the Rain” despite the fact that he would start rusting immediately, in a very convincing manner.…

iKnucks Case Turns iPhones into Brass Knuckles

iKnucks Case Turns iPhones into Brass Knuckles
If you live in a tough neighborhood – or perhaps one overrun with zombies – you might want to carry something to defend yourself with. While you could go with some brass knuckles, or maybe even…

Microsoft Kinect Helps You Pick the Right Clothes

Microsoft Kinect Helps You Pick the Right Clothes
Trying on clothes in stores is a pain. For you and the store, since about 40% of clothing purchases are returned because they don’t fit right. Kinect to the rescue. The Kinect now officially does everything.…

Digital Harinezumi 3.0: Retro Digital Camera Gets Modern Upgrade

Digital Harinezumi 3.0: Retro Digital Camera Gets Modern Upgrade
The guys from Japan’s Superheadz return with an update to their retro-style Digital Harinezumi pocket camera. The latest version still looks like an roll of old 110 film, but has been revamped with some new features…

DockXtender iOS Cable: Dock Without Docking

DockXtender iOS Cable: Dock Without Docking
The inclusion of docks for iOS devices in many media players and other gadgets is great, but it’s hard to use your gadget while it’s docked. What will happen to your tiny tower’s bitizens then? CableJive…

Fairly Bike’s Flow E-Bike Stashes Battery in Its Seat Post

Fairly Bike’s Flow E-Bike Stashes Battery in Its Seat Post
Apparently, battery thefts from electric bikes are becoming a common occurrence. This is why Fairly Bike came up with this new design to allow you to easily take your battery with you when you leave your…

Google Security Paranoia Forces Sys Admins to Work in Miner Helmets

Google Security Paranoia Forces Sys Admins to Work in Miner Helmets
According to some online surveys, a delay of a fraction of a second in loading content can be the difference between users visiting a site and not visiting a site. Search giants like Google spend massive…

Intel Experiment Says “Break Glass for Ultrabook”

Intel Experiment Says “Break Glass for Ultrabook”
If you were strolling through an airport and saw a glass cube sitting there with an Ultrabook inside what would you think? What if that cube was made from safety glass and had an inscription saying…

iFixit Tears Down New iPad, Finds No Justification for the Tablet’s Dumb Name

iFixit Tears Down New iPad, Finds No Justification for the Tablet’s Dumb Name
This just in: iFixit has torn down Apple’s new iPad and found lots of new things inside. Sounds like a stock headline, except Apple really is calling the new iPad “the new iPad” – or is…
Advertisement
Hot Deals in the Technabob Shop:

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