It didn’t take long for those crazy guys at iFixit to tear down a Nintendo DSi XL. Heck, it was only released in the US yesterday! What took them so long?
Sure, it was released a few months ago in Japan, but unless you’re a hardcore Nintendo gamer, playing all those games in Japanese doesn’t really interest me much.
It’s taken over half a year since you could find ’em, but these illuminated Lightsaber Bookends are available for pre-order again. You might have noticed – if you have keen eyes – that this lightsaber is none other than Darth Vader’s.
The other cool thing about these bookends is that they are light up.
YouTube user applegirl002 just did Apple a favor. Her videos show just how mature and complex the apps on the iPhone and iPod Touch have become. applegirl002 shows us how to play Lady Gaga’s Poker Face using only four iPhones, three apps and one wicked stand.
Why can’t fighters resolve their conflicts using more constructive means? Can’t they just all get along? How awesome would it be to see Reptile and Raiden baking instead of dismembering each others’ limbs?
Have you beaten Mega Man 10 yet? Celebrate that special day (or night, or late night, or early morning) by getting yourself a mint condition poster of the game, featuring painfully retro art. Seller teammastermarc says that the poster was originally distributed at the Nintendo World store and will never be made again.
Building on Pokémon’s fiction while sharing a piece of her childhood, artist Maré Odomo created a few Pokémon-themed comics titled Letters to an Absent Father, in which the franchise’ original protagonist Ash Ketchum writes letters – which he may or may not have actually sent – to his dad, who has been mentioned but never actually appeared in the Pokémon cartoons or games.
DeviantARTist Misty (aka ~gozita2003) must have just a little bit of time on her hands. At least that’s what I figure from the looks of this intricate giant Master Chief papercraft sculpture she put together.
Thanks to the guys over a MacRumors, we now know a way to figure out a way to determine what iPad apps are on the horizon for launch day next week.
According to this screenshot, some of the games we can look forward to getting all fingerprinty over on April 3rd include: Flight Control HD, Labyrinth 2 HD, and Sparkle HD and Cro-Mag Rally.
There’s nothing sweeter in life than having a robot do some chores for you. It makes your realize just how much robots can accomplish nowadays. Take for instance, Clockwork‘s little manga-bot, who makes a mean cup of coffee.
Ever since I saw Back to the Future, I’ve wanted to automate simple tasks at home.
Combining LEGOs with Star Wars was a stroke of genius. Now, Chris Harrison has built himself a LEGO iPhone dock that’s inspired by Star Wars. The only way that this could get any better was if robots were involved in some fashion.