For the generation schooled by Wikipedia, babysat by YouTube and bred by bloggers… Ours is a university where everyone knows everyone (despite never having seen each other), where we major in everything and master nothing.
Dish Network announced Sunday that the long and drawnout court case between it and AMC Networks along with sister company Cablevision Systems had finally been settled. The court case focused on a now-defunct service called Voom, and was originally filed in 2008.
We’ve featured a number of awesome geeky wall decals and posters, but if you want to see something new everyday you might want to help Wallbrights become a real product. It’s a modular stick-on multicolored lighting solution that can be controlled via an app.
If you’ve seen media of Sony’s upcoming fighting game PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, then you know that it’s quite similar to Nintendo’s Smash. Bros. series. The biggest difference is most likely with their rosters, which are each filled with company exclusives.
Builder Matthias Wandel is known for his awesome moving marble contraptions, which certainly can make some noise. But now, he’s gone and taken his DIY skills and applied them to a much louder noisemaker – his own air raid siren.
These days, the conventional and traditional birdhouse might not be enough for our avian friends who want their homes to get an upgrade.
Wood-worker Jumahl was happy to oblige and he designed what looks to be a vintage camper for birds.
From the day that Star Wars came out, I always thought R2-D2 looked like a trashcan on wheels. So an R2-D2 trashcan makes sense as a mechandising tie-in. On the other hand, I never really pictured R2 as an orb.
I always wonder what became of paddle controllers. You know, like the ones that you used to play the Atari 2600 with back in the day. There are certain types of games – especially paddle ball and driving games – that lend themselves well to the single-axis analog control these primitive input devices provided.
If you’re a fan of deadmau5, and have a massive budget for your Halloween costume, here’s something that’ll blow all your friends away. It’s a replica of the performer’s famous light-up stage head, and it can be yours for the low, low price of $2750 (USD).
Just when I think that I could find no more weird gadgets from Japan, along comes yet another ridiculous invention that’s designed to solve a single, decidedly first-world problem – unruly men’s eyebrows.