Designer Gabriel Nigro couldn’t stand the rats’ nest of cables that were strewn about his floor, but didn’t want some industrial-looking cord management system. So he created everyone’s new best friend, Woofy the Cable Dog.
Woofy conceals cables inside his belly to keep all your wires nice and tidy.
If you own a bunch of portable gadgets like me, you know how carrying around all of those chargers can be a real drag. Now you can grab a single cable that charges many of them from your computer’s USB port.
After what seems like an eternity of waiting, Comcast has finally given the “green light” to TiVo’s software for release on their DVRs.
The two companies reached an agreement way back in March 2005 to offer TiVo’s applications running on Comcast hardware.
If you’re using a wired mouse, you know that cable snags can be a pain in butt. This clever little desktop gadget helps keep your mouse cord from getting tangled, and looks cute doing it.
While I’ve tried to use my real cat to keep my cables in order, all he does is try to chew on them.
These days, iPod docks seem to be a dime a dozen, so it’s refreshing to see when someone thinks a little outside of the box. Enter the SendStation PocketDock AV, a portable device that clips onto the bottom of your iPod and lets you access all the audio, video and computer connectivity you need while you’re on the road.
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 gadgets.
Want to take advantage of the high resolution display on your laptop? Now you can with this new mobile device which features an over-the-air digital high definition receiver.
Autumnwave’s OnAir GT features tuners for both high-definition over-the-air and digital cable (QAM) broadcasts as well as for analog over-the-aid and cable signals.
According to this post over at Kotaku, the Sony Playstation 3 will only include a crappy composite video cable when it’s released in Japan.
Apparently, even though the Playstation 3 is all about high definition gameplay and movies, you’re expected to go spend even more money to get it to output onto anything other than a crummy old TV.