Bose, makers of tiny speakers with big sounds and equally large price tags, recently introduced the SoundLink speaker system, which uses a USB device to wirelessly send music stored on your computer to a speaker. No Wi-Fi needed.
If you have a moment in Halo 3 you’re particularly proud of, you can savor the video and even force everyone you know to watch it. But maybe that’s not enough for you. Maybe you need your deeds commemorated with the beauty and flair they deserve.
Did you know Rabbit wants Cake? Sure he does–and can you blame him? Cake is delicious! The question is, will you help Rabbit achieve this tasty goal? It only takes a few taps of your arrow keys….
Rabbit Wants Cake is all about a remote-controlled rabbit who’s after a bit of cake.
I was digging around the deep recesses of Flickr earlier today, when I came across a picture of what could be one of the greatest video game console oddities of all time.
Apparently, this Rambo TV Game console came out at some point back in the 1990s.
This insane looking N64 has to be one of the most creative video game casemods I’ve seen in quite a while.
When I first saw the photos of this thing, I actually thought it was some sort of wedding cake.
Crank out some explosive sounds from your media player with this speaker that looks like a bomb.
The Big Bang Speaker (a.k.a. the “Sound Bomb”) has the look of one of those ACME cartoon bombs that blew up in Wile E.
If you’ve ever played with an Airzooka, you know how much fun it can be to blow away your office-mates without actually causing any real harm. Now you can have a much better shot at hitting your victims with a perfect blast of air, thanks to a built-in laser pointer.
Just flip on the red laser pointer, take aim, and fire a huge ball of air at your buddies, scattering their TPS reports everywhere.
Amazing Left 4 Dead custom campaigns make me want to leave my Xbox behind and buy a gaming PC, and this new one only makes me more jealous than ever. This in-progress campaign is modeled after the movie Shaun of the Dead, directed by Edgar Wright.
These handmade cases may look just like an old Nintendo Game Boy, but they’re actually designed to keep your Nintendo DS Lite or DSi safe and sound.
Each one is handmade out of felt by crafter Janis13.
Do you spend a ton of time squished between the wall behind your A/V equipment, plugging and unplugging cables? Then have I got a T-shirt for you.
The backside of the “AV” t-shirt by Olly Moss offers more audio-visual connectors than you’ll probably ever need – at least analog ones.
Now I can barely stomach the idea of ascending one of those rock climbing walls you see at the gym, and now some masochist had to go and invent this.
The ClimbStation combines the concept of a treadmill with rock climbing to create a never-ending wall of pain.
Just because your electronic gadget is constructed from metal, glass and plastic doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t get along with something more natural.
These wooden iPod/iPhone docks let you charge or connect your media player to your computer.
The Quantum CVFD-M46 crams in all the features you’d expect in a multimedia mobile phone, and it sells for under $100, fully unlocked.
The Quantum offers a 3-inch touchscreen display, and is loaded up with a variety of mobile applications, including a calculator, contact manager, clock, FM radio, games, MP4 video player and voice recorder among other things.
Like that black Wii, huh? It’ll go quite well with the black lines, right? Well, too bad, suckers (if you live in the U.S.): Nintendo’s not planning on sharing any of this particular brand of awesome to you.
The Guitar Hero franchise has now grown to epic proportions, but I think they’re not quite up to 22 games… yet. But 22 new songs have been revealed from the forthcoming Guitar Hero 5. Need more numbers?