This new case from Case-Mate is called the Colorways, and it’s designed to work with the iPhone 4. The case itself is made out of three separate, transparent parts, that interconnect and overlap to create vivid secondary colors.
While the name might be a bit of a mouthful, the Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman is basically an Android smartphone that comes with integrated sharing services, specifically for music, thanks to a dedicated hardware button on the phone.
My dad loved his old, ratty couch to pieces. It was the one he sat on for all those Super Bowl games and NBA Finals through the years, and it showed. My mom was always ragging on him to either throw it out or get it upholstered, and he obviously chose the latter.
Being an avid fan of the classic arcade game Pac-Man, it’s hard for me to resist much of anything with a solid Pac-theme to it. So combine Pac-Man with junk food, and I’m happier than a yellow puck in a roomful of blue ghosts and unlimited power pills.
Halloween will be here before you know it, and Doctor Who fans are no doubt looking for something special to wear. Not that they need to use Halloween as an excuse of course. With just a bit of effort, maybe you can make your own version of this awesome Weeping Angel costume.
We all know TRONguy. That geek that wears the custom made spandex TRON suit even though he has no business being in anything that tight. Well that dude has been drafted by the Duck Tape company that sells all sorts of tape products including duct tape for a new commercial.
I admit that I always wanted to have a gun like James Bond had that would fire a grappling hook so you could climb a building in short order. One geek has taken it on himself to create his own grappling hook launcher.
Facepunch members Technicolour and Divran are working on making Yo Dawg video game moments possible in the popular Source-based sandbox “game” Garry’s Mod. The two coders have managed to make an emulator of the Intel 8080 8-bit microprocessor.
Glassboard is a new mobile social network app made by Sepia Labs, and was built with control and privacy in mind. Glassboard has simple and sensible rules: only the person who created the “board” – think yahoogroups or Circles in Google+ – can invite or remove members as well as delete the whole board.
Over the years, I’ve written about a wide variety of computer casemods based on vehicles ranging from cars, to motorcycles, to tanks, to spaceships. But this is the first mod I’ve seen with a computer built into a train.
These days, you can do anything and find almost everything with applications that you can download and run on your phone. You can bang out some awesome beats without needing any drumsticks with the TableDrum, get a virtual boob job and some lipo on the side with BuildMyBod, and name your future son/daughter with the Kick to Pick app.
HP might have had to have a fire sale to dump their now-discontinued WebOS TouchPad tablets, but Marvel Digital’s Mercury Pad Tablet is running Android, so you’ll be safe with it. As tablets go, the Mercury has solid specs, but is still more expensive that the discount-priced $99 TouchPad (if you can still find one).
You might recall that new tube design called SavePaste that some smart folks came up with to help get every bit of toothpaste out of the tube. The last dollops of paste left inside the tube might not amount to a whole lot of dollars’ worth, but the point is recycling and not letting things unnecessarily go to waste.
Between C-3PO and R2-D2, there’s no question which droid was the most durable. That’s why I think it’s a good idea that the girl who made this made the right choice to protect her noggin with an R2-D2 helmet, and not one made to look like that other golden droid who all too often found himself chopped to pieces.