This badass looking weapon won’t hurt a fly – but it will kill any RFID tag you point it at. The Rfiddler gun can be aimed at unsuspecting RFID tags and destroy their data by simply overloading the tags with a very strong electromagnetic field.
This incredibly designed dress will react to the air quality and pollution levels by pulsating hundreds of LED lights.
This dress was created by Diffus. It’s kind of amazing that it includes all of those LED lights.
If you want to pretend to be a DJ, you could always go out and buy DJ Hero, but if you really want to scratch your own tunes, check out ION Audio’s Discover DJ – a real turntable controller for your digital music applications that costs about the same amount as the game.
Now this isn’t just another cool-looking humanoid robot from Japan, this robot will actually go one sale!
For now, this robot is so new that it doesn’t even have a name. It’s the result of a collaboration between Nippon Institute of Technology, Harada Vehicle Design, ZMP and ZNUG Design.
NZXT just released their new PC case today, which they want everyone one to call a chassis. It’s called the Hades and aimed at gamers.
Even though it costs about 10 times less than the new Thermaltake Level 10 case designed by BMW, the Hades is no slouch.
Christmas trees haven’t changed much in decades, but this innovative Christmas tree blows all of the others away, thanks to the use of a Tesla coil.
Peter Terren made a similar tree two years ago, but he upped the ante this year with a 30-foot tree using a Tesla coil.
…except it’s not an NES controller at all, but a laptop case. A big one.
The good ol’ NES controller has been used as the design for all sorts of cases and pouches, but they’re usually a little smaller.
You know what’s big? Xbox and Xbox 360 cases console cases. You could fit all kinds of things in there, if you were so inclined… like a make-your-own-Macbook, or possibly a small elephant. But the Macbook?
It happened in Kansas, of all places: 32-year old Nick Harris was about to take his daughter to school when 6-year old Ashlyn Hough, a child of one of his neighbors, was accidentally run over by a Mercury sedan backing out of a driveway.
Although it looks slightly like a sex toy, Suvil’s I-T Click Click is actually a mouse. Measuring only 3.4 x 1 x 0.8-inches, it’s so thin that you won’t need anything but your thumb and index finger to use it.
Here’s something everyone needs more of – dancing musical monkeys. No not that kind of monkey dance, Steve Ballmer.
Thankfully, this dancing monkey won’t fling poo all over your house, rip your face off, or make you buy Windows ME.
Instead of fire, or even sparks, the Looftlighter uses hot air – hot as in more than 1000°F – to light things up. The Looftlighter is named after its inventor, Richard Lighter. No wait: his real name is Richard Looft, a (former?)
Assassin’s Creed II has been out for a while, but Ubisoft has announced two new DLCs that will enable you to finally finish the game.
Does this mean that Ubisoft sold an incomplete game to gamers everywhere?
One of the coolest villains in cartoon history has definitely got to be The Shredder. Before he was ridiculed in the movies, he was one mean dude in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoons. Now, you can bring out your own super-villain with this snazzy hoodie.
OSIM brings you the latest in head massaging technology, the OSIM uCrown 2. It’s gray and it’s ready to massage your pains away.
It’s kind of hard to decide what to make of this product. Was there ever a uCrown1?
Meet Desi. He’s in front of an HP MediaSmart computer, which has a fancy face tracking software that allows its webcam to follow your face within the confines of the frame. Desi may look like a happy guy, but he’s definitely not.