I recently had the chance to get my hands on Samsung’s new Android smartphone, the Galaxy S. To be specific, I tested the GT-I9000 – which appears to be the reference model for the series – and put it through its paces.
While I don’t drink enough to need an actual t-shirt that has an integrated beer opener, I guess that for some people, this might be very handy indeed, especially during Spring Break.
The flexible-armed robot on the BeerBot T-shirt actually makes me think of Bender from Futurama, which just started its sixth season on Comedy Central, and does not have its own beer-bottle opener t-shirt (yet.)
Now you can have a white iPhone 4, or even a red or a black or a technabob-themed one, because ColorWare is now offering to customize your iPhone 4. Who would’ve thought? Yeah, we all did.
If you think that this is a good way of getting an unlocked iPhone 4, think again – ColorWare is only offering this service as a “send-in” option.
Those of you who are really into green stuff may hate me for saying this, but the Smart Car is one of the ugliest vehicles on the road. I mean if I had to choose between the Smart Car and an AMC Pacer, it would be hard to decide.
In a war between snowboarding and old school video games, my bet will always be on the video games. There’s just no two ways about it. Lasers will destroy snowboards and skateboards, no matter how cool you try to look.
This great little video by Mike Benson pits snowboarding and skateboarding against old school video games, like Space Invaders, Super Mario Bros.,
If you’re still annoyed about learning that your new iPhone will drop calls if you don’t hold it right, don’t worry too much since this great new steampunk dock will make you feel much better! Ok, maybe it won’t, but it still looks cool.
It’s called the iRetrofone Steampunk Copper iPhone 4 dock, and it looks pretty sweet since it allows you to use the retro handset to use the phone while it’s docked.
Damn you PlayStation Network, you’re no match to XBLA; the latter just has more and better games. Case in point, the upcoming Deadliest Warriors: The Game, based on the show of the same name. Spike recently released these shots of the eight fighters included in the game, each in his deadliest pose.
We’ve featured several horn speakers here at technabob, but I think none of them are as menacingly huge as Arcadian Audio’s 100-watt Pnoe Speakers. Each of these beasts measure approximately 87″ x 39″ x 35″ and weigh a hefty 114 lbs.
Arcadian Audio says that it took them 10 years to create these speakers.
The latest Linux-based portable gaming console from Gamepark Holdings (the same guys who created the GP2X Wiz) has the unfortunate name “Caanoo”, which is not only difficult to spell, I have no idea how to pronounce it.
I tried my hand at metal detection when I was a kid. I quickly gave up after all I found were beer bottle tops, tin cans, and eyeglasses. I had hoped to find something awesome like pirate treasure or that Star Wars lunchbox I buried in the backyard with my Luke Skywalker action figure in it.
This Japanese supercomputer is supposed to be one of the most environmentally-friendly supercomputer arrays available. But is it just me, or is this the ultimate in cable management problems?
This supercomputer system is called the Grape-DR and is composed of 64 pairs of Intel’s Core i7-920 processors and a board mounted with 4 Grape-DR accelerator chips.
While you guys were probably staring at some other part of Dr. Manhattan’s glowing blue body in Watchmen, you can’t deny that his weird white eyeballs were a little disturbing too. Now you can freak out your friends with the same eyes, courtesy of these custom Dr.
According to the Telegraph, a remarkable experiment conducted at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in Daejon, South Korea resulted in female mice “to reject the advances of their male counterparts and attempt to mate with fellow females.”