Remember those crummy old alarm clocks from the seventies that used numbers that flipped as the time changed? Dutch designer Wil van den Bos has reinvented the classic flip clock as a work of modern magnificence.
Apple today made a significant announcement regarding the estimated battery life of their upcoming iPhone.
According to the company, the iPhone will offer the following battery life, depending on your use:
Phone talk time: 8 hours
Video playback: 7 hours
Internet surfing: 6 hours
Audio playback: 24 hours (wow!)
While the thought of someone writing on the screen of my Nintendo DS Lite with a Number 2 pencil makes me cringe, these clever styli won’t actually do any damage to your console’s delicate touchscreen.
The Official Nintendo DS Pencil Stylus really does look like a pencil, but has a soft tip that protects your DS screen from any scratches.
If you happen to like the design of those pointy-fingered Wii cursors, you can now enjoy them on your PC, thanks to this set of downloadable cursors for your Windows computer.
Designed by Deviantart member allewund, the cursor set contains reproductions of every Wii cursor I can think of.
I know these new webcams are supposed to be playful and cute, but their zombie-like gazes and weird headgear just creep me out.
Their belly-mounted cameras and butt-mounted USB connectors really push the weird factor over the edge.
The rumor mill has started to buzz about what we might see from the big console players at the upcoming E3 conference, scheduled for July 11 to 13, 2007.
According to a forums post over on Wii60, a person claiming to be a “Floor Manager” for the show has revealed the following items as some of the key items that Microsoft will show for their Xbox 360 console:
New Crimson Skies game to be announced
Bungie working on new title/series not related to the Halo/Marathon Universe
Epic Games to show Gears of War 2 Trailer
Microsoft have bought the Star Wars Battlefront 3 rights.
This new digital watch out of China features a fully-functional mobile phone under the hood.
The M300 Watch Phone offers an unlocked quad-band GSM phone, which should work in most parts of the world. The watch has a built in speaker and microphone so you can talk directly into it.
Without a doubt, the theramin is one of the oddest musical instruments ever invented. Usually heard cranking out spaceship sounds in 1950’s B-movies, it’s otherworldy sounds are unmistakeable and truly quirky.
So it is with much glee that I bring you the Wii-mote powered theramin, playing the inimitable Theme from Star Trek.
Strike another blow against Sony’s PlayStation 3 console. Already faced with a serious lack of available titles, it looks the console has lost another game in its arsenal with the revelation that the latest game in the popular Katamari Damacy series is now likely to be an Xbox 360 exclusive.
Archos today revealed their new 5th generation personal media players, and it looks like a really strong collection. With models starting out at as little as $90 and ranging up to $300 and more, there’s a little something for everyone.
The latest weather forecasting device from Oregon Scientific shows you the latest weather forecast displayed in a pretty unique way. A clear crystal block features 3d laser-etched icons of sun, clouds and rain, and illuminates the appropriate icon for the upcoming day.
A team of researchers at Purdue University have devised a method to teach robots to navigate foreign environments by themselves. Using some very complex artificial intelligence, this robot can make educated “guesses” about what it might next encounter in its surroundings.
Sanyo’s breakthrough short throw projector design may well revolutionize the front projector market. By radically altering traditional projection optics, they’ve been able to design a projector capable of filling a wall from as little as 3-inches away.
Denmark’s Kilo Design has put together a new in-ear headphone design that not only looks pretty hip, it’s designed to sound good too.
Rather than boring black or white, AiAiAi Swirl Army Earphones come in either a bold orange or military olive color scheme, making them really stand out from the crowd.
My favorite watch company is at it once more. Tokyoflash has rolled out their latest creation, the BPM watch.
The digital timepiece is designed for aspiring musicians, DJs and anyone else who wants to know how many beats per minute are in a rhythm.