The first thing I look for when it comes to watches is ease of reading the time off of it. I mean, what’s the point of having some really fancy wristwatch when you won’t be able to tell the time, also because of it’s fancy schmancy design?
YouTuber/Trekkie/ambient noise addict crysknife007 loves the idling engine noise in Star Trek: The Next Generation. He loves it so much that he made a 24-hour looping version of it. On video. And put it up on YouTube.
Like many people involved with computers, I have a fascination with keyboards. While I rarely look closely at keyboards these days, I use them constantly. They are still the fastest way of inputting data into a computer.
Want to check out the new Sony PS Vita, but don’t can’t stand to wait until February 2012? If you happen to live in the greater Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Atlanta or Washington DC areas, you’re in luck.
A dude going by the name Legoloverman has crafted these sweet LEGO Star Trek TNG spaceships that show one of the coolest battles that the Enterprise had with the Borg. The Borg Cube and the Enterprise were both made entirely out of LEGO bricks.
Looking for a truly unusual watch? These geeky new watches from Hong Kong look sort of like those Casio calculator watches, but without the LCD screen. The Click Keypad watch actually uses the numbered keys on the front of the watch to tell time instead of for doing math.
The MorpHex Robot, much like a Transformer, is more than meets the eye. It’s a ball. It’s a bot. It transforms and then skitters around like a creepy crab. It also dances and can interact with its environment.
I’m all for miniaturization, but at some point, tiny becomes bothersome because you’ll most likely end up losing your tiny tech. That being said, there’s something awesome about an HD camera that can fit on a keychain.
When I see the DiceForChange, I’m somehow reminded of this movie our teacher made us watch back in high school. It was called Pay It Forward and starred Haley Joel Osment, who was a cute kid then and is still a baby-faced twenty-something now.
If you’re ever on the other side of the room while you’ve got food cooking in the microwave, you know it can be difficult to see how things are doing in there. Here’s a quirky concept that’s designed to help with that relatively minor inconvenience.
Another day, another portable Nintendo 64 mod. The Electus 64 is a handheld Nintendo 64. It’s handheld in the same way that the original Nintendo 64 console is handheld – technically, you can hold either system in your hands if you wished.
For a moment, I thought that this dock for your super mini-car would make it into a mini-pickup, but that’s not the case. Once attached, the resulting car looks kind of cool, albeit strange and wrong in so many ways.
Before I discovered Google Chrome, I had always been a Mozilla Firefox girl. I disliked Internet Explorer because frankly, it made browsing websites a huge pain. Plus, you know, I loved that Firefox had all these plugins that you can install with a single mouse click.