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Playstation 3 ‘Home’ Virtual Community Confirmed

Playstation 3 ‘Home’ Virtual Community Confirmed
At this week’s Game Developer’s Conference (GDC), Sony confirmed plans for a new enhancement to the PS3’s online capabilities, simply called “Home.” The new feature will take a page out of other social networking services, enabling console users to share content and interact in new ways. Home will allow users…

The Desktop Can Vending Fridge

The Desktop Can Vending Fridge
When I recently received a mini Google Fridge for my office at work (my company spends a lot of money on AdWords,) I thought for sure I had the coolest geek refrigeration device on the block. Well, I guess I was wrong. The compact can-vending refrigerator lets you chill up…
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Giant Pixel LED Alarm Clock

Giant Pixel LED Alarm Clock
I’m not sure what my fascination is with LED clocks these days, but there’s just something appealing about their minimalism and sheer ease of use. So that said, here’s another one to check out if you’re in the market for a cool looking clock. Rather than the typical red, 7-segment…

Robot Web Cam and Asimo: Separated at Birth?

Robot Web Cam and Asimo: Separated at Birth?
This USB robot web cam bears more than a passing resemblance to Honda’s famous little humanoid robot, Asimo. Unlike Asimo, however, the USB Robot Cam has white LED eyes and red LED ears that illuminate when the lights go down. The VGA camera isn’t anything fancy, but the the design…

Turn Your Desktop Into a Top Secret Base

Turn Your Desktop Into a Top Secret Base
Japanese toy and electronics maker TakaraTomy is now offering this set of crazy USB gadgets that will make your desktop look like some sort of top secret military base. Start off with the Big Red Emergency Button (¥3990/$34 USD), which looks pretty ominous, but merely shuts down your Windows PC.…

Crackdown Suv Tower Climb

Crackdown Suv Tower Climb
I’m having enough trouble just climbing skyscrapers on foot in the Xbox 360 action-shooter Crackdown. This amazing clip by gaming die hard 007craft shows off how you can actually climb an Agency Tower while driving in an SUV. You’ll need to have mastered your driving skills with a four-star rating…

Wooden iPod Cases From Japan

Wooden iPod Cases From Japan
If those disco or chrome cases for your Apple iPod are a bit too garish for your taste, check out these wooden cases from Japan. The cases are made by wooden toymaker Asuka Koubou, out of three different shades of natural woods. They do look rather delicate, so I’m not…

Mario Karts Meet Minority Report

Mario Karts Meet Minority Report
I came across this little animation over on bits bytes pixels & sprites, and it made me just laugh and laugh… If Tom Cruise only was driving in his Lexus 2054, maybe he’d catch up.…

Pogoalert Keeps Speed Traps at Bay

Pogoalert Keeps Speed Traps at Bay
This wondrous little auto gadget uses GPS satellite tracking, radar and laser detection technologies to alert you to the presence of speed traps and traffic cameras. The PogoAlert features a compact 1.8-inch LCD screen that mounts on your car’s dashboard or windshield, and lets you know when you’re approaching a…

Estari Dc15: Dual Touchscreen Laptop

Estari Dc15: Dual Touchscreen Laptop
Looking like something out of a James Bond movie or an episode of 24, this portable computer from Estari features an innovative dual LCD interface that folds up into an aluminum briefcase. The core design element of Estari’s DC15 briefcase computer are two 15-inch (1025 x 768) touchscreen LCD monitors.…

Pro Tool Kit Opens Every Console

Pro Tool Kit Opens Every Console
If you’ve ever tried to crack open your video game console for curiosity’s sake (or other, more devious purposes), you know how challenging it can be to find all of the right tools to get the job done without damaging your console. Now, a company called ZooZen, has put together…

Sony Vaio Wa: Wireless Streaming Stereo

Sony Vaio Wa: Wireless Streaming Stereo
If you’re looking for an easy way to stream music from your PC to any room in your house, and don’t want a lot of unsightly equipment laying around, check out this new digital music streamer coming from Sony. The VAIO WA Wireless Digital Music Streamer (VGF-WA1) is a complete…

It’s a Him, Mario.

It’s a Him, Mario.
Ever wanted to know what the guy who voices Nintendo’s Mario looked like? This short video features the man himself, Charles Martinet as he provides his unique vocal stylings for the little Italian plumber that built an empire. Charles is also responsible for the voices of other Nintendo regulars, Luigi,…

Charge Box: Hide Those Unsightly Chargers and Cords

Charge Box: Hide Those Unsightly Chargers and Cords
Design firm ding3000 designed this slick, modern box which lets you turn that rats’ nest of cords and A/C adapters into a presentable piece of home decor. Designed for German housewares company Konstantin Slawinski, the Charge Box SL12 was designed to conceal the most unwieldy and unattractive part of today’s…

Like the NES Power Glove on Steroids

Like the NES Power Glove on Steroids
Way back in 1989, long before today’s Wii-mote and the SIXAXIS motion sensing controllers, Mattel launched their rather silly looking, but ahead-of-its-time Power Glove controller for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Now, Immersion Corporation is offering a modern update to the concept with their CyberGlove II Wireless Data Glove. Immersion’s new…

Play the Classic Atari 2600 Adventure in Your Web Browser

Play the Classic Atari 2600 Adventure in Your Web Browser
If you’ve got a hankering for some retro gaming fun, and you need to satisfy that itch right this second, check out this web version of the classic Adventure for the Atari 2600. The game was built by programmer Scott Pehnke entirely in Flash, and features a full emulation of…
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