Cats are very independant creatures, however, the moment you sit down and try to get some work done, they are all over you, blocking the keyboard and your screen. Sitting on important papers. Wanting your constant attention.
The Motrr Galileo is a nifty device for those who want to get more out of their smartphone’s camera. This compact gadget provides iPhone users with the ability to capture motion-control video effects, as well as other types of remote camera capabilities.
The Galileo is about the size of a thick hockey puck, but it’s actually quite powerful.
I can’t play real golf at all and can barely play mini golf, but golf games aren’t that bad. If you are a fan of golf games, you might be interested in the new game coming early next month to Nintendo 3DS and 2DS handhelds.
Move over Omnibot 2000. Unboundable Robotics is selling a “mobile manipulation platform” called UBR-1. Robotics enthusiasts can turn it into an exercise buddy, go for a stroll with it and most of all use it as a test platform for their experiments and research.
Chances are that you may have run into James Haggerty at the office supply store and you didn’t even know it, because the man must have made several trips there, buying tens of thousands of staples, which he uses to create intricate mosaic portraits of Star Wars characters.
This miniature stargate was made by YouTube user TheEnchantedBeer, which is oddly enough, an item that I have been questing for over the years. It may just be a legend, but I’m sure it’s real, and one day I’m gonna drink it!
I like my iPhone well enough, but if I am being honest, the camera leaves a lot to be desired. If whatever you want to take a picture of is close, it works just fine. If what you are taking a picture of is further away, the lack of zoom makes the images look bad and grainy.
I’m all for retro gadgets, so I just love the Dot View Cover for the HTC One M8. It’s got a bunch of rows and columns of tiny dots through which notifications can be seen, in a retro 8-bit fashion – while also protecting the phone’s screen.
Princess Peach is on a wrecking ball, and ready to tear down the walls of Mushroom Kingdom. Miley who? Peach is much classier, even though she is nearly as scantily clad as Miley was. And Chain Chomps beat wrecking balls any day.
Back in January, an action figure from The Walking Dead turned up that had Daryl Dixon and his trusty crossbow. The big thing that Daryl was lacking was his beloved motorcycle. A new action figure has turned up at ThinkGeek that has Dixon, his crossbow, and his hog.
I always get a kick out of mashups of films that I loved as a kid. I really like this new work from artist James Hance. He has taken Princess Leia complete with her giant hair buns and put her in a picture with Indiana Jones.
There are hundreds of thousands of mobile apps out there for everything from playing movies and games to shopping. But not every app is designed to make you spend money. There are many really great apps that can actually help you keep more money in your pocket.
Wicked Lasers has updated its Flashtorch flashlight to be lighter and longer lasting than ever before. The company claims that the Flashtorch is the world’s brightest and most powerful flashlight. I can’t verify that, though I wouldn’t be surprised if the claims hold up.
Have you ever wondered how many video games there have been? And if you have, have you wanted to view a list of them? It would probably take several days to read. Well, Pastebin user Data_Baser is making a list – and hopefully checking it twice – to finally find an answer.