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Atari 2600: a Video Game Odyssey

Atari 2600: a Video Game Odyssey
Remember the ape/monolith scene from Kubrick’s classic 2001:A Space Odyssey? Apparently these apes didn’t get the memo that it wasn’t an Odyssey [console] at all, but actually an Atari 2600. This imaginative t-shirt by Akron, Ohio illustrator psychoreindeer reimagines that fateful monkey moment with a gigantic Atari joystick in place of the big black slab.

Sneakers Detect Wi-Fi While You Walk

Sneakers Detect Wi-Fi While You Walk
“A Step in the Right Direction” is a sneaker that detects Wi-Fi while you walk, via a tricky network detection unit embedded under the left shoe flap. The three LEDs on the flap (supposedly) show you how much Wi-Fi action is within 50 meters.
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Egg Speaker Wobbles but Won’T Fall Down

Egg Speaker Wobbles but Won’T Fall Down
These tipsy egg-shaped speakers let you wobble them like a Weeble while you listen to your tunes. Unlike real eggs (and those colorful Weebles), these only come in black and red, and they don’t crack open to produce omelets.

Cisco Unveils Star Wars-Esque Hologram Communication

Cisco Unveils Star Wars-Esque Hologram Communication
Cisco has unveiled and demonstrated their new On-Stage TelePresence Holographic Video Conferencing. In layman’s terms, it means that now you can actually do that thing they do in Star Wars when they talk to a Princess Leia hologram, and I have to say, it looks quite convincing.

Know When to Flee With This Desktop Seismic Updater

Know When to Flee With This Desktop Seismic Updater
Not that I think this will really save you in an earthquake, but in case you’re the type of person who likes to be as prepared as humanly possible- I present the S Band EJ, a desktop seismic updater from Sankosha.

Technabob Seeks Geeky Writers

Technabob Seeks Geeky Writers
I can hardly believe it myself, but Technabob is almost two years old, and with hundreds of thousands of readers each month, I’ve decided that we’re getting big enough that it’s time to add at least one new part-time writer into the mix.

Geek Flow Chart is Way Too Accurate

Geek Flow Chart is Way Too Accurate
This geek lifecycle flow chart recently appeared in The New York Times, and I’m more than a little frightened by how much of it rings true. Especially the part about blogging about diagrams like this one.

Slow Day on Technabob… Please Bear With Us

Slow Day on Technabob… Please Bear With Us
Sorry for the lack of posts over the last 24 hours or so. Not only have I been traveling, my hosting provider decided to blow up our server infrastructure overnight, which kept Technabob offline for about 10 hours.

Give Your PS3 a Chrome Facelift

Give Your PS3 a Chrome Facelift
Looking for an easy way to give your Playstation 3 a cool new look? This add-on cover plate lets you put a shiny new face on your gloss black PS3. XCM’s Smart Face Plate snaps onto the top of your PS3, giving it a new facade without major surgery.

G-Robots Invade North America

G-Robots Invade North America
This sophisticated compact robot has been available in Japan for about a few months now, and is now finding its way to American shores. The HPI GR-001 G-Robot features 20 motors that can be programmed to follow your every command.

Alesis Imultimix Audio Mixer Adds iPod Dock

Alesis Imultimix Audio Mixer Adds iPod Dock
Musicians who want to use their iPods as an audio source now can easily do so, thanks to this handy new audio mixer with a built-in iPod dock. Alesis new iMultiMix 9R is a rack-mountable audio mixer which can combine up to five different audio sources into a single set of stereo outputs.

Win Free Passes to Web 2.0 Expo [Caption Contest]

Win Free Passes to Web 2.0 Expo [Caption Contest]
Thanks to our friends over at Technorati, I’ve got my hands on a couple of full passes to next week’s Web 2.0 Expo to give away to two lucky Technabob readers. The show runs from April 22-25 in San Francisco, CA and is a great opportunity to learn about the latest Internet trends and technologies, and to interact with thousands of members of the community that is shaping the future of the Web.

Spequalizer Audio Meter Frames: Rave Up

Spequalizer Audio Meter Frames: Rave Up
For those of you who’d like to make your living room look just a little more like a rave, have I got something for you. Just grab a few of these sound-sensing picture frames, and transform your pad into a serious party palace.

Griffin Powerdock Charges Multiple Ipods

Griffin Powerdock Charges Multiple Ipods
In a multi-iPod/iPhone household like mine, this device looks like it could be a godsend for tidying up the rats’ nest of cables on our kitchen countertop. Here’s a single charging dock that can recharge up to four iPods or iPhones simultaneously.

After-Christmas Deals From Amazon

After-Christmas Deals From Amazon
Now that Christmas is here, it’s time to turn our thoughts to the after holiday deals that will make really thankful if you got a gift card under the tree. So without further ado, here are some amazing deals I hand-picked for you over on Amazon.

Tiny Cube Speaker Offers Big Sound (for Ants)

Tiny Cube Speaker Offers Big Sound (for Ants)
Being a fan of big, multi-speaker room-filling sound systems, I find it strange that I’m captivated by this miniature speaker. This tiny 1-inch cube speaker is so small that you can easily keep it in your pocket.
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