Good luck getting a signal in heaven, or wherever you think when your earthly hardware goes after death.
Showcased at the Verona Luxury Fair in Italy – like its name implies, the fair is a billionaires’ flea market – the coffin costs $381,000 (USD).
I’m finding it hard to take Pong Research seriously because, well, “Pong Research”. I didn’t think I’d ever see those two words combine to stand for something serious. Yet here it is, so let’s get on with it.
…but not the coke that Scarface likes; this cellphone runs on Coca-Cola. Actually it doesn’t just do Coke, it also gets pumped up on other sugary fluids.
Designed by Daizi Zheng, the cellphone’s fuel cells generate electricity from sugar, which isn’t exactly groundbreaking tech, but it’s not widely used either.
Man, the Internet and blogs sure have changed the media landscape. Ten years ago no one would expect an exclusive scoop as big as this to be found in a blog. Of course engadget isn’t just another gadget blog, but still.
… at least that what I gathered from the Clutch i465’s fact sheet: “A full QWERTY keyboard with shortcut keys and software upgrades such as IM-style texting helps you multitask like a champion.” Finally, a phone with a killer left hook.
Is your reading time (or day) constantly being ruined by people around you who are constantly using their mobile phones? Then nerf their phones and bring silence back to your house or library with the Super Power GSM Wide Radius Cellular Jammer, and pwn everyone in true geek-fashion.
CES ’09 is in full swing, and one of the products on display at the show is Powermat Ltd.’s Powermat. The Powermat isn’t a phone or a big screen TV; it’s just a charger. But what makes it stand out is that it charges devices wirelessly; the largest model can even accommodate 4 devices at once.
For all those times you just can’t handle holding your iPhone in your hands, the Soaripod will hold it for you. It’s got a flexible 12-inch extension arm and clamps to any surface.
The company refers to this product as “the natural evolution of a long-necked dinosaur.”
Here’s a wacky mobile phone out of China that looks like it’s ready to lift off into orbit.
The Shenzhou VII rocket phone conjures up images of 1950s science fiction with its orange spaceship design. While it is definitely different, the shape isn’t particularly practical.