This is why the people at Amazon are rich while the rest of us are earning debts: Amazon exclusives. Sheer Genius. So what should you pay them for next? Punch those credit card numbers in you sucker you, because Speakal’s iPig iPod Dock is here.
Inspired by the simplicity of their recently released iPod Shuffle 3G, the fine folks of the Apple design team have done themselves one better – with the announcement of the new iMac Shuffle.
By removing the bulky screen, DVD drive, USB, firewire and display ports, it’s the thinnest iMac ever.
There’s been a lot of fascinating steampunk gear turning up lately, but none quite so unique as MissLadyVenom’s work in progress at deviantART. Getting the steam-powered treatment this time is an Xbox–not the 360, but the hulking original model.
Remember the sugary 8-bit awesomeness of Hello Naomi’s Pac-Man cupcakes? Well, she’s back, and this time she’s built an even mo’ betta version of the edible video game using 80 individual cupcakes to make a retro gamer geek’s dream wedding cake (no slicing required).
Wacom, known almost solely for their pen-based graphic tablets and touchscreens has made the jump into an entirely new market – DJs. Maybe dance clubs are more recession-proof than graphic designers? Who knows?
The new Wacom nextbeat is a music controller which lets both professional and casual digital dee-jays finesse their tunes in about any way imaginable – even from the middle of the dance floor.
After 4 years of playing second-fiddle to the Nintendo DS, the Sony PSP finally has something that the DS doesn’t. A candy version. And no, this thing doesn’t count.
Check out these officially-licensed PlayStation Portable candies, loaded up inside a metal tin that looks just like a PSP.
Anyone (read: not me) can construct a PC from loose materials; people do it all the time. But if you’re gonna build something, you might as well build it with gusto, just as one arachnid fan did with this amazing scorpion PC.
A portable Xbox 360? All in a day’s work for Ben Heckendorn. But now that he’s gone bigtime, the Heck had to work with ColorWare to create a one-of-a-kind Xbox 360laptop. The result? The usual awesome.
I’d say these things have been a long time coming, but what the hell, you can still have fun times with it. Failsticker.com is selling – drumroll please – FAIL stickers. They’re 6″ wide and 3.5″ tall, with “FAIL” in white Impact font on a transparent background.
LaCie have made it their mission to come up with creative and entertaining products that allow customers to unintentionally destroy or misplace their data as easily as possible. After releasing their coin-shaped CurrenKey flash-drives, LaCie now present to us flash drives that look like keys.
As though the original NES controllers didn’t look great enough on their own–you’ve gotta love that sleek, simple design, if only for the nostalgia value–someone’s gone and turned them into bonafide art.
These bronze and aluminum NES controllers were both cast using max models and silicone molds, and then the bronze replicas were aged to give them a unique look.
Word on the internet streets is that a copy of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars has been leaked and the downloads are flying. The game, the first in the franchise for the Nintendo DS, is scheduled for release next week.
Sounds like a mere glimpse of the future, but if today’s iPods can make playlists on the fly, then there’s no reason why TVs can’t suggest shows for viewers. Pocket-lint reports that Sony will incorporate a “service” – currently called Neon – on forthcoming Bravia TVs that will be able to recommend shows based on a certain number of inputs from a user.
There’s nothing more tiring than running around a maze all day, chasing down ghosts, being chased by ghosts and gobbling down power pills. What better way to get your strength back but with some delicious Pac-Man Energy Drink.
The iPhone Dev Team recently revealed that a fatal flaw in the iPod Touch 2G’s boot ROM makes the device open to jailbreak regardless of any firmware updates that Apple may release. In other words, Apple can do nothing to jailbreak-proof the iPod Touch 2G.