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Archive for January 2013

I Wish This TARDIS Jewelry Box Could Hold Infinite Treasures

I Wish This TARDIS Jewelry Box Could Hold Infinite Treasures
Store your jewelry and other treasures in the geekiest way possible: in this TARDIS jewelry box. While its space is virtually infinite in Doctor Who’s realm, that doesn’t apply to the TARDIS recreations on Earth. But even though we all have to deal with finite space and compartments, I’m sure this will be more than enough for whatever you want to store inside it.

Definite Technology Sound Cylinder: Sound in the Round

Definite Technology Sound Cylinder: Sound in the Round
When my iPad’s sound needs an extra boost, which happens from time to time, I just use an everyday Bluetooth speaker. If that’s not enough, and you want something specifically-designed for your iPad or MacBook, then check out the Sound Cylinder.
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If LOST Were an RPG…

If LOST Were an RPG…
Love it or hate it, LOST had a good run while it was still on air. While the show’s finale answered several burning questions, it left even more unanswered, which led to extremely polarized reviews on ‘The End.’ And even though the show wrapped up in 2010, it’s still got a pretty strong fanbase which eventually led to the creation of this hilarious and unexpectedly accurate parody…

IBM Watson Supercomputer Learns to Curse, Resulting in Memory Wipe

IBM Watson Supercomputer Learns to Curse, Resulting in Memory Wipe
We haven’t heard much out of IBM and its impressive Watson supercomputer in a while. Watson is the supercomputer that IBM fielded as a contestant on Jeopardy back in 2011. Despite the fact that Watson was able to perform impressively well on the game show, it’s still been unable to pass the Turing test designed to determine if a computer can think for itself.

Best Arcade Cabinet Ever Has 55-inch Screen, Plays Over 50,000 Games

Best Arcade Cabinet Ever Has 55-inch Screen, Plays Over 50,000 Games
I’ve always wanted an arcade cabinet in my house so I could play all of the classic arcade games like they were meant to be played. But I keep putting off the purchase because I have more important things to do with my money, like pay for food and my mortgage.

Amazon Lends the Music Industry a Clue with AutoRip

Amazon Lends the Music Industry a Clue with AutoRip
Rumors were circulating earlier this week that Amazon was set to launch a new service called AutoRip. According to those rumors, the service would provide users with digital versions of tracks on physical CD albums that they purchase and no additional cost.

Domo Meets DC Comics to Create Greatest Vinyl Toys Ever

Domo Meets DC Comics to Create Greatest Vinyl Toys Ever
How can you not like Domo-Kun? He’s the cutest little monster we know. And now, he’s been reincarnated in a variety of superhero and supervillain egos thanks to the guys at Funko.

Angry Birds Transformers: Rovio in Disguise

Angry Birds Transformers: Rovio in Disguise
There’s literally tons of Angry Birds merch on the market, and most of it is pretty craptastic. But these Angry Birds characters that open up like Transformers are brilliant.

Alien Hive Gathers for Family Portrait

Alien Hive Gathers for Family Portrait
Guys and gals, you’d better start getting your flamethrowers and power loaders ready, because the Alien invasion has begun. At least that’s what I’ve been led to believe by this photo.

PaperTab Thin and Flexible Tablet: Paper 2.0

PaperTab Thin and Flexible Tablet: Paper 2.0
In the future, we may not have any problems with carrying even full-sized tablets in our pockets because they’ll be as portable as plain old paper, as shown in this prototype technology called PaperTab. It was developed by Intel, Plastic Logic and Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab.

Quirky Kepler Space Kit Lets Anyone Be a Space Photographer

Quirky Kepler Space Kit Lets Anyone Be a Space Photographer
Cameras being sent to the edge of space are nothing new, but it requires a bit of tinkering skills to set up the balloon and camera mount. Quirky wants to help more people send their cameras to space, which is why they made the Kepler Space Kit.

Giant NES System Living Room Furniture: We’re Gonna Need a Bigger TV

Giant NES System Living Room Furniture: We’re Gonna Need a Bigger TV
Guess it’s time to dump that lowly 60-inch flat screen and upgrade to a 100 or 150-inch screen, because you’ll want something more size appropriate if you’ve got an NES console this big sitting in your living room.

ASUS Unveils World’s Smallest Router

ASUS Unveils World’s Smallest Router
There’s something about miniaturized gadgets that’s very appealing. This new router was unveiled by ASUS at CES 2013, and they claim that it’s the smallest router ever made. They’re probably right, because this thing is tiny.

Mojito Heels: Don’t Drink and Design!

Mojito Heels: Don’t Drink and Design!
I’ve seen a lot of weird shoes in the past few years. Remember the Scary/Beautiful shoes that looked more scary than beautiful, and the pimp shoes with fish tanks in them? But I think none are quite as strange or interesting as Julian Hakes’ Mojito heels.

Fitbit Flex Dives into the Wrist Fitness Fray

Fitbit Flex Dives into the Wrist Fitness Fray
Now that the Jawbone Up and Nike+ Fuelband have paved the way for wrist-worn fitness monitors in the market, Fitbit has announced their own lightweight exercise monitoring writstband.

Hate Mail: When You Care Enough to Send the Very Worst

Hate Mail: When You Care Enough to Send the Very Worst
I bet that almost everyone wants to send hate mail at some point in their life, but only a few of us actually go ahead and do it. One day, London-based illustrator Mr. Bingo sent a stranger, Jonathan Hopkins, an offensive postcard.
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