With all the ridiculous looking gameplay videos we’ve seen coming out for the new Nintendo Wii, I thought you might find this amusing:
I can’t decide whether I like the tea time or the tattoo artist game better.
While I’ve seen plenty of retro handsets for mobile phones, this is the first one that I’ve seen which features wireless Bluetooth connectivity.
ThinkGeek’s exclusive new retro handset provides wireless connectivity to any Bluetooth enabled mobile phone.
Looking for the perfect gift for the video gamer who has everything? Check out these totally cool Ms. Pac-man and Ghost rings designed by Tiny Armour Jewelry.
Also available in the collection are a variety of other pac-man inspired jewels including neckaces and earrings.
While these LEGO salt and pepper shakers don’t necessarily belong on my tech blog, I just thought they were too cool to not feature them.
Just $4.99 (USD) buys you this pair of shakers that resemble the classic LEGO heads.
If you’re the type of person who can’t go anywhere without their iPod, you can even lie down with it in your bed and cradle it softly.
The MP3 Pillow, is a small pillow ( 9″ x 15″ x 6″) that looks like a giant music player.
Looking for the geekiest way to show off your holiday spirit, or just looking for the next hackable gizmo? These new light strings, called Triklits let you accomplish either.
The secret to these color changing lights is that each orb on the string contains a red-green-blue LED.
Says-it.com, home to all sorts of fun online graphic embellishers, has released their latest treat, the Cassette Generator.
Other fun graphical generators on the site let you make your own fake concert tickets, official seals, church signs and vinyl records.
Modern technology has taken the concept of the old “Magic 8 Ball” fortune teller and amped it up a notch with the Fortuneball.
The Fortuneball uses a computerized fortune prediction system that draws on the theories of astrology, numerology, the I-Ching and numerology to predict your fortunes.
About every 3 minutes a new iPod dock is born. At least this one is little creative.
The $99 FUNKit is a dock for your iPod that features a small robotic “DJ” that moves between two tiny turntables and makes goofy comments while playing your tunes.
Looking for a cool way to incorporate technology into your interior design? These new Mood Light Shelves might be just the ticket.
Each shelf is embedded with an array of red, green, and blue ultra-bright LEDs, and can be controlled by a remote to change colors.
What better way to wrap up your holiday presents but with those little invaders we all love so much. Whimsy Press is offering their “Paper Invaders” wrapping paper for all of your gift-giving needs.
The wrap comes in 24 x 36 inch sheets for $4.50 each.
Ever wanted to annihilate your annoying office-mates? Tired of your boss giving you crap? Well you can now put an end to all that with the $54.99 USB-controlled desktop missile launcher.
The rocket launcher fires soft foam missiles from a software-controlled platform that can rotate and tilt to aim at your target up to eight feet away.
Ever wanted to be a gunslinger, but were afraid you’d wind up doing some bodily harm? Well don’t despair, because now you can play everyone’s favorite trailer trash game, shooting crap off of a log with a gun, with no risk of injury.
The folks over at ThinkGeek have just started carrying this fun little Japanese import. It’s a portable alarm clock that’s shaped like case from the classic Nintendo NES joypad. Looks like they went with the color scheme from the Japanese original Famicom system though.