Look at that kid. That is one happy Padawan. You would be that happy too if this was your bunk bed. This kid gets to sleep in an AT-AT and doesn’t even have to worry about rebel snowspeeders bringing it crashing down to the floor.
We’ve featured lots of cool and geeky handmade prop weapons here over the years, but I can honestly say this is the first time I’ve seen a gun made out of a banana. (Other than those times when I was a kid and just pretended a banana was a gun – or a telephone.)
When I first saw this iPhone case, the design kind of reminded me of the Transformers. While that might not have been the initial intent, the Rokbed case is definitely something unique-looking and functional since it will allow you to mount your iPhone almost anywhere.
A much-loved feature that was taken away from the PlayStation 3 could be making a comeback, but not through emulation. There’s a rumor among rumor-having places that Sony will be partnering with cloud gaming service Gaikai to stream PS One and PlayStation 2 games to “PlayStation hardware.”
Meet Orville the flying feline. He’s half-cat, half-quadcopter, 100% bizarre. I’m not sure if this marriage of dead animal and machine will fly with animal rights groups, but it was done with the consent of Orville’s owner.
I’ve gotten used to using headphones all of the time when I’m home. It’s just more convenient, and after a while you forget that you have them on, especially for gaming, watching movies, or just listening to music.
I’ll start by saying that a ceiling fan that looked this cool would never fly (pun intended) in my house, as our decor is a little too “modern and sophisticated” for this to blend into any of our current spaces.
I’m no longer surprised to see toddlers playing with iPads and iPhones, but I have to say that I’d rather have them playing with something that’s actually made for them, kind of like the Vinci Tab II tablet.
When zombies arrive and start taking over the world, you know that you can’t just use your favorite iPhone case to keep your precious phone safe, assuming the cellular networks are still functioning that is. That’s why you should opt for the Griffin Survivor military case, which will protect your phone no matter what.
There a lot of things I’ve always wanted to see around the world, but I’ll probably never get a chance to actually go to. Most of the stuff that I really want to see here are things like the Colosseum in Rome, Stonehenge, and the leaning Tower of Pisa to name a few.
Of all the science fiction/horror films out there, the Alien franchise has always been my favorite. I’ve always particularly like the original Alien film and the 1986 follow-up Aliens. If you’re a fan of that flick, you probably already know that a video game called Aliens: Colonial Marines is coming on February 12, 2013.
If you’re like me, you probably tend to use all of your OS X and iOS devices simultaneously, which is one reason why I like the Logitech Wireless Keyboard K760. It doesn’t have a numeric keypad, but this single keyboard will work with all of your devices.
Here’s something fun that you can do over the weekend. Build your own hovercraft. It’s every geek’s dream to build a real working hovercraft and with a little help from Mythbusters’ Adam Savage, you can build a floating machine and laugh maniacally as you make plans to one day rule the world.
Here’s a couple of playable Minesweeper postcards from Connect Design, perfect for those who are planning to take a trip to Windows 3.1. The postcards are played by scratching the squares off. They’re way harder than the Windows version because it’s possible to land on a mine on your first go.
If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a Ferrari, but as a means of transport a bicycle is more to your budgetary constraints, check out this cool supercar. The Fahrradi Faralla FFX is actually more of a pedal car than supercar since underneath the sleek Ferrari-esq exterior hides the inner workings of a bicycle.