Have you ever kind of thought that someone really didn’t give a crap about you, and then were surprised when you learned it was true? I think that there are lots of people out there on AT&T feeling that way about now.
LG’s recently concluded Design the Future contest required contestants to draw up “the future of mobile communication.” Dua Xiong’s entry, the Flutter,nisn’t the winning design. It still won something though – the Prop Master’s Choice Award, which is supposedly given to “cutting-edge design.”
Behold – the laser scissors. It’s a pair of scissors… with a frickin’ laser beam! And that is all that you need to know. Go buy it now.
Why are you still here? What? No, the laser can’t cut paper by itself; that’s what the scissor is for.
…although that’s just a minor setback since none of Nintendo’s consoles support HD yet anyway.
As you’ve probably guessed, the front half of the table is for the TV. Behind it on the upper left is the slot for the console – NES or SNES?
The Tron Legacy buzz is slowly starting, and Threadless has jumped onto the bandwagon with some great Tron-inspired hoodies that glow in the dark.
This great hoody was designed by Rolf Nelson. He’s come up with a few different designs, including t-shirts, that will really make you pop in the night since they all glow in the dark.
I know that LEGO bricks can be used to make many things, but this is the first time that I’ve seen them being used for making fully-functional printer.
This LEGO printer was created by a guy named Squirrelfantasy.
Email has come a long way since its inception. This great infographic from the guys over at The Oatmeal pokes fun at different types of addresses and stereotypes its users.
Way back when I started using email daily, it was through a Unix terminal at school.
It seems as if there’s a new Android-based tablet just about every day, so it’s getting hard to tell the difference between them all. Hard Kernel’s new Android 2.1 ODROID-T hopes to differentiate itself with superb HD video and gaming capabilities.
Looks like Nintendo is readying the release of sets of playing cards that feature all of our favorite characters on their faces.
You’ll be able to choose from three sets, one with cartoony illustrations, another with 3D CGI versions, and the last with pixelated 8-bit characters – my personal favorite.
I’m not sure why the Libre eBook reader makes me want to listen to Tenacious D and eat a big plate of nachos. Anyway, Borders has announced that it is now taking pre-orders on the Libre eBook Reader Pro.
If there were a Church of Old Technology, these would be the stained-glass windows they’d have hanging on their walls.
Created out of recycled circuit boards by a guy simply going by “Dan”, they’re not actually windows, but give off the appearance of stained glass because of the colors he selected.
The Imperial College of London is currently working on a composite material that can store and discharge electricity but is also strong enough to be used as material for something like a car’s body. Volvo is one of the sponsors of the €3.4 million project, obviously hoping to find a way to build electric cars that lasts a long time between charges.
We’ve seen a business card that light up, and even ones that ask if you’re a person. But in terms of nerdity, none of those can come close to Engr. Ramiro Veredas’ circuit board business card, which he says has “more CPU power than the computer that led the man to the moon.”
On the surface, this TRON-inspired NES mod doesn’t look like much. But when the lights go down, it’s like a Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner invited your console to a party.
Once fully charged with black light, Thretris‘ modded NES really comes to life, glowing with a brightness that could only be bested if it were electroluminescent.