Have you ever needed to use your phone inside you pocket? I haven’t, but I’m sure it could be useful in some situations. New technology from Microsoft Research could allow you to use a touchscreen through fabric.
Attention Zelda fans! If you’ve been debating whether or not to show up as Link at your office Halloween party this year, I think I might have the thing that pushes you over the edge. Check out this beautifully-crafted Hylian shield, perfect for protecting yourself from your co-workers (and Octorocs).
Are you ready for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3? If you are eagerly waiting for the PC version, then feast your eyes on this matching keyboard and mouse. Logitech has just announced the Logitech Laser Mouse G9X and Logitech Gaming Keyboard G105 to compliment the game.
This is the most awesome, intense, realistic (and painful) video game simulator I have ever seen. It’s not a fancy driving or flight simulator; this is a simulator for FPS games. It looks like you could train real soldiers in this thing.
The late, great Steve Jobs long maintained that a smaller screen iPad made no sense. That doesn’t mean that Apple wouldn’t whip out just such a device if it wanted to. Apple has a history of claiming things don’t make sense right up until the product launches.
Remember that rather obese gaming accessory for the Nintendo 3DS called the Circle Pad? Well, folks in Japan have been enjoying it. We assume they has been enjoyment, but whether they are liking it or not, they can buy one.
When I was much younger, I used to think that the sun was this huge gigantic lamp and the moon was a nightlight. I didn’t understand why the nightlight kept changing its shape and sometimes disappeared altogether during certain times in a month.
If you can’t find – or afford – the official Super Mario Bros. Chuck Taylor shoes, here’s an equally sweet alternative courtesy of Etsy seller Felix Green aka InkheartKicks. Felix painted each pixel himself using acrylic paint, so not only are they beautiful, they’re waterproof as well.
You can find advantages and disadvantages in almost every thing, person, or situation. iOS 5 is no exception. I mean, you get a new notification center, a new messaging service to keep in touch with friends and family, and a reminders app that makes making to-do lists a cinch.
The nerds at the University of Pennsylvania’s GRASP Laboratory seem to be fond of acronyms. As you may have guessed, GRASP itself is an acronym for General Robotics, Automation, Sensing & Perception. These are the guys that doomed all of humanity by programming a robot to pick up poop, and I wouldn’t be surprised if they did the acronyms for the project came first before the actual project itself.
Japan has some great retail shopping, which is why Teamlab of Japan designed some cool RFID-equipped clothing hangers. These smart hangers will help you find products and accessories that will match the garment or product you have in your hands.
Oh, Brando. How we love your never-ending warehouse full of weird, wacky and often unnecessary Chinese gadgets. So why wouldn’t we be expecting this giant-sized USB mouse would eventually make its way to your shelves? It was inevitable.
This nifty stand is a nice way to prop up your iPad, whether you’re in the kitchen or the office. Just Mobile’s UpStand looks quite fetching, and it will match the aluminum of your iPad. While it won’t turn your iPad into a desktop, it will make it easier to work with.
Space, the Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five year mission, to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new teeth, to boldly go where no spoon has gone before. Nope, that’s not right.