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As if the inclusion of zombies in the upcoming PS3 game Yakuza of the End wasn’t weird enough, check out this wacky product tie-in. This bright yellow concoction is Yakuza of the End liquor, and it’s also the only time that I can remember seeing a SEGA name on a bottle of booze.
I have talked about the implements of zombie protection that the geek known as Joerg Sprave creates on a few occasions. This is the dude behind the machete flinging slingshot and that slingshot that shoots a bunch of ball bearings.
When geeks get married, they start to look for different types of wedding rings than the normal gold rings that most people wear. The more specialized the geekiness of the couple, the more specialized the design of the rings tends to be.
We’ve seen tons of LEGO versions of video game characters, but this is the first time I’ve seen ones that are this accurate. You see it’s not just the shapes and details that Flickr member Meufer perfectly converted from pixels to blocks, she also got the colors right.
Any child of the 80’s has owned a Rubik’s Cube at some point. The puzzle was all the rage back in the day and I can still recall when the kid that could solve it really fast ended up on the show That’s Incredible.
Want to keep cool while you’re using your iPhone? There’s a fan for that – the Dock Fan from JTT. As its name implies, it plugs into the iPhone’s dock, meaning it can also be used with the iPod Touch and the iPad.
You can take one look at my room (and entire house) and surmise with a glance that I don’t really have much room to spare with all the junk I have lying around the place. Old books, clothes, magazines, bags, shoes– you name it, it’s probably hanging (or perched) somewhere in my messy abode.
My memory can’t stretch that far back into the past when I was still a kid, so I can’t remember exactly what model of camera my dad first gave me back then. All I remember was that it needed some manual cranking to turn the film (yes, all the cameras in town were still film cameras back then) after a shot was taken.
This weekend, ASUS unveiled the Padfone, a smartphone-tablet hybrid, during this year’s Computex. This new hybrid device will allow users to easily keep data and apps in sync between their mobile devices and switching between then when the need arises.
Tokyoflash just announced a limited acetate version of the Kisai RPM, which was a reader-submitted design turned into reality back in November. Although the large blank face still looks a bit odd in my taste, at least this watch is easier to read than Tokyoflash’s usual crop.
Do you like dogs? Well, I sure do, so when I saw this USB hub that looks like Man’s Best Friend, it put a smile on my face. While it’s not as cute and cuddly as, say, these guys, the USB HubDog is cuter than some other USB hubs.
It’s almost June and the wedding season is high up in the air. My sister and her longtime boyfriend of ten years just tied the knot a couple of weekends ago and I’m still weaning myself off the wedding bug (which makes me want to lie down in bed all day eating wedding cake.
It’s not always easy to get kids to flash a smile or pay attention to the camera, especially when you’re all huddled together flashing wacky faces or flaunting formal poses waiting for the flash to go off.
Putting on makeup can be a real time consumer for women. In order to save time, some women have even gone to the extreme step of having their makeup tattooed on. I can see where it would be a real time-saver even if changing colors would be a big problem after a tattoo.
I can just hear the gears in sex offender Robert Nicholas McGuire’s perverted mind turning. I bet this guy thought that if he used the computers in the Apple Store in downtown San Luis Obispo that authorities would never know he was violating his parole.