If you want to buy me something nice for the holidays, I think I just found it. I would definitely be happy with a set of these intricately-etched R2-D2 glasses from Japan.
This isn’t some cheap piece of glass.
If you are still waiting for the PS Vita and drooling over it, Sony has released a new commercial for the impending launch of their portable gaming console. Amazingly, unlike others before it, this new spot actually shows more of the PS Vita, but is less informative.
I remember back in the day how sparingly most people took photos with their film cameras because: a) shots were limited, and b) it was relatively expensive to have photos developed. Never mind the fact that you didn’t know how they were going to come out.
This new coffee maker looks like it came straight out of the future to pour some hot java in your cup. The effect is supposed to mimic a “rich waterfall of coffee.” I’m not too sure about that, but it does look pretty unusual.
After using the robot as a gesture-controlled music player, the makers of Qbo have set higher goals for their highly programmable robot. By equipping a Qbo unit with object recognition capabilities, they were able to teach it to recognize its own reflection.
Earlier this year, we featured a flash drive with a literally puzzling handmade casing, which requires the user to enter a 5-digit combination via a series of wheel locks to gain access to the flash drive itself.
After decades of scarring girls by giving them an impossible ideal of beauty, body issues and eating disorders, it’s nice to see that Barbie will now be doing something productive – preparing them for the eventual zombie apocalypse.