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 1 of 7

Tag: Radio

This Seashell Lets You Hear the Radio, Not the Ocean

This Seashell Lets You Hear the Radio, Not the Ocean
Normally, people hold seashells up to their ear to hear the ocean, but that’s not the case with these seashells. To celebrate 90 years of radio in Japan, Japanese radio station BayFM has collected 100 sazae…

Radio Rifle Used to Disable Drones

Radio Rifle Used to Disable Drones
Some people love drones, and other hate them because of privacy and safety concerns. If you are a drone hater, you are going to love this. The Battelle DroneDefender is a rifle that is designed to…
Advertisement

DIY Fallout-inspired Tube Radio PC Casemod Plays More than Just Galaxy News

DIY Fallout-inspired Tube Radio PC Casemod Plays More than Just Galaxy News
Popular YouTube gamer Robbaz scratched his Fallout 4 itch by turning an 1940s GE Musaphonic 221 AM radio into a case for his new PC. He also made replicas of Fallout food items to complete his…

Review: Ruark R1 MK3 Tabletop Radio

Review: Ruark R1 MK3 Tabletop Radio
Last month, I had the opportunity to test out the Ruark Audio MR1 Bluetooth audio system, and thought it offered very good sound for its size, and an excellent, substantial build quality. Now I’ve got the…

Antique Radio Podcast Player: Podtique

Antique Radio Podcast Player: Podtique
Video killed the radio star, but podcasts revived him. Roderick Mann combined his love for podcasts with the beauty and tactility of old radios in Podtique. Podtique has the body of a 1936 Goldentone radio, but…

Lantern Satellite Receiver Provides News & Archived Online Data for Free: Out of this Net

Lantern Satellite Receiver Provides News & Archived Online Data for Free: Out of this Net
Many of us take our Internet access for granted. But the information it holds can change lives and history for the better. A company called Outernet Inc. wants to make some of the most important information…

Toy Mailbox Alerts if There’s Mail in Actual Mailbox: Quantum Mailchanics

Toy Mailbox Alerts if There’s Mail in Actual Mailbox: Quantum Mailchanics
Bob Alexander wanted to be notified of new mail from his mailbox, but he didn’t want to buy a device for that purpose. He says that many commercially available mail alert gadgets can’t tell the difference…

Zippo Remote Control: Need a Light Switch?

Zippo Remote Control: Need a Light Switch?
Here’s a slick hack for makers. Instructables user TSJWang made a small radio transmitter that fits inside a Zippo case. He went to great lengths to ensure that his device still looks exactly like a lighter. …

goTenna Smartphone Radio Antenna: No Signal, No Problem

goTenna Smartphone Radio Antenna: No Signal, No Problem
An upcoming device called goTenna could turn smartphones and other mobile devices into modern walkie-talkies. The portable antenna uses VHF radio waves, allowing you to send text messages over short distances without the need for cellular…

Vintage Internet Radio Made with Raspberry Pi: Poser

Vintage Internet Radio Made with Raspberry Pi: Poser
Sorry hipsters, but this radio is only authentic on the outside. Imgur member mxmln23 found two units of an old radio model on eBay and used them to make an Internet-connected music player. Mxmln23 was able…

London Underground Radio

London Underground Radio
I’ll be perfectly honest – I haven’t listened to broadcast radio in a number of years. Between iTunes, Pandora, and SiriusXM, I have enough choices already. That said, I would actually listen to the radio again…

PLUGG Radio Asks You to Shove a Cork in It

PLUGG Radio Asks You to Shove a Cork in It
If you’ve ever been asked to shut up, you probably are familiar with the phrase “stick/shove/stuff/put a cork in it.” Now there’s a radio concept which wants you to do just that.…

Gurapika LED Flashlight Has Earthquake Warning System Built In

Gurapika LED Flashlight Has Earthquake Warning System Built In
Japan is no stranger to earthquakes. Despite this, the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami devastated the country. So you can never be prepared enough. That’s why Force Media, a Tokyo-based initiative, has now come up with…

Tweet-Speaking Radio Brings the Latest News and Random Rants

Tweet-Speaking Radio Brings the Latest News and Random Rants
Twitter is probably the most up-to-date source of both the most useless as well as the important issues of the day; it’s like a thousand free radio stations where some broadcast nothing but ads while the…

Blokket Signal Jammer Pouch for Your Phone: Do Not Disturb V3.0

Blokket Signal Jammer Pouch for Your Phone: Do Not Disturb V3.0
While I rarely switch my phone off, (i.e. never) I do like to make it shut up when I’m busy. That means that I had to adjust all my push notifications, because I don’t want an…

Skube: The Last.fm & Spotify Radio

Skube: The Last.fm & Spotify Radio
If you’re like me, you’ve probably got some tunes playing while you tackle your daily workload. Depending on if you use Last.fm or Spotify, the Skube might be an interesting way to share your music. It…
Advertisement

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