If you’re an avid iPhone user, but long for the tactile feel of a real keyboard, this might just make your day. 4iThumbs new overlay screen gives your touchscreen keys you can actually feel when you press them.
In this case, the memory is embedded inside the sofa, but isn’t that the case with almost all of the other wacky flash drives on the market? I don’t know about you but I’d rather have my flash drive inside a sofa instead of a plastic UFO or Statue of Liberty or burger or credit card or T-Rex or bento box or kunai.
Cooking a turkey can be a delicate operation, even if you don’t try anything fancy or potentially dangerous, so it’s nice to know you have a friend in the kitchen (and in your iGadgets): this year, let your iPhone do the timing.
While the beamer case has a built-in flash, Incase’s Chrome Slider Cases are just plain flashy and will definitely pimp out your phone, no batteries needed.
So shiny! I wonder if they’ll get smudged by fingerprints and stuff.
Wow, that sounds like it could be the premise for a buddy movie, or at least a webshow: a computer and desk as one slick, sleek unit, together forever, fighting crime while bandying witticisms (or declaring that shit just got real).
That's is all I need now - furniture that tells me how I'm feeling. Yep, that's exactly what this glowing chair is all about - detecting your mood, and adjusting its color to match.
Created by UK designers Aether & Hemera, the Mood Chair is like a Mood Ring for your ass...
I for one like my computer keyboards to be big enough for my fat fingers to maneuver without typos. But if you’re adept with using your thumbs to type on your Blackberry, you might enjoy this new accessory for your Windows PC.
Atari fans rejoice! The Atari.com website has just gotten a facelift, and one of the great new features of the site is an arcade with a number of classic Atari game for you to play in your web browser.
Plain ol’ holiday cards can just be so bland: stars, snowy evenings, cultural or religious imagery… eh. You know what I like in my holidays? Co-op games and zombies. All the better if I can get them all on one little piece of paper which I can then send to all my friends.
It’s been quite a while since I checked out quirky, the community-powered design-build-sell platform which gave birth to the kickster and the digidudes, among other things. So I visited their website and saw the beamer, a 2-piece plastic case for the iPhone 3G & 3GS that has a built-in flash.
From the why-didn’t-I-think-of-that files comes this homemade katamari. But oh! You’re only seeing part of the picture, because after this bad boy is finished, it’s gonna roll. And by roll, I mean, “some people are gonna stick things to it.”
This weird iPhone musical instrument was spotted at a meet-up of MAKE Japan. Of course. There are three iPhones in that plastic (acetate?)... thing, running what seems to be an Ocarina-like app. I'm guessing the contraption sends the air blown through the mouthpiece to all three phones at once...
This new technological innovation from Japan is a single-purpose robot with a simple mission – make the best pasta and noodles without lifting single human finger (except to push the power button).
The Buckwheat Noodle Robot Sanuki Shokunin is designed to make the same type of buckwheat noodles that are typically the product of the precision knife skills of noodle chefs throughout Japan.
What’s red, shiny, goes fast, and looks like a vehicular accident? The Pontiac Aztek, that’s what. I’d rather have the Snaefell, François Knorreck’s lovingly handcrafted car-motorcycle hybrid. It’s easier to think of it as a motorcycle with a car-like sidecar, because I don’t think that you can drive – or steer – with the car half.