The Poketo iPad case has an envelope shape, so you’ll have to be careful not to pop it inadvertently in the mail slot with your other letters. It reminds me of the time when the MacBook Air was unveiled to the world in an manilla envelope.
If you just got Skyrim for the PS3, you might want to hold off on playing the game until Bethesda releases a patch. This is because players are reporting that not only are they losing saved games, but as you progress through the game, you get more and more lag.
The new Phosphor World Time Sport uses an E-ink display in its face, which isn’t something new, however this watch is quite sleek. It’s also waterproof and since the display doesn’t use much power, you won’t have to change the battery anytime soon.
If you’re looking for another weapon to add to your arsenal to protect yourself from the inevitable zombie apocalypse, you might want to consider carrying an umbrella with you. No you’re not going to use it to keep dry while the zombies get wet in the rain, you’re going to use it and stab them in the eyes and then disembowel them.
If this robot snake looks prehistoric to you, that’s because it is modeled after the actual prehistoric snake that shares the same name: Titanoboa. This 50-foot giant weighs over 2,000-pounds and yes it slithers around, making humans run.
Adult entertainment company Vivid Entertainment is not happy with the announcement of HTC’s new smartphone, the HTC Vivid. It’s the name that they object too. Not that anyone would confuse the latest smartphone with the kind of low budget spank-o-rama adventure that they produce.
The concept is simple. Left side: Test subject enters orange portal; Middle: ???; Right side: Test subject exits blue portal. While it’s not a wholly original concept, these aluminum Portal bookends look even more refined than the originals we spotted on Reddit over a year ago.
Christmas is right around the corner so you had better start shopping. While most of us will be content with various LEGO sets under the tree that are free from glitter and gold, that won’t cut it with the 1%.
Well, I can hardly believe it myself. Technabob just hit its 10,000th post. Actually, this post is number 10,000, so I’m cheating just a little. From our simple beginnings back on June 11, 2006, until now, our humble little site has brought you all manner of cool and unusual gadgets and gizmos, wacky video games, crazy robots, and unique geekery from around the world.
On occasion, my daughter or son will call me from one of their bedrooms to come help with something. I know things are not right when the first thing I hear is “Pillow Fight!” and then start getting hit.
Android fans that want to really get their geek on and develop their own accessories and physical devices to work with their smartphone might want to check this out. It’s from a company called SparkFun and the product is dubbed Electric Sheep.
You may or may not know this about me, but I really dislike bugs. Not dragonflies or ladybugs, mind you, just the really creepy crawly type. And while it’s usually the ones with thousands of legs that really freak me out, larvae are about the next worst thing.
If you have a few old vintage cameras that are collecting dust, you might want to do what Flickr user Jason Hull has done. Jason takes vintage cameras from the 1950s and 1960s and turns them into retro nightlights.
Leonard Carson had been toying with the idea of combining carbon fiber with stormtrooper armor for some time. He managed to convince three of his co-workers join his cause and this is the result. I have to say that these carbon troopers look quite impressive.
This calendar would make for a wonderful gift for fans of H.P. Lovecraft fans and the Cthulhu Mythos. Or naughty kids. In the case of the latter I suggest you don’t bother wrapping it – leave it open and make it so it’ll be the first thing they see when they wake up.