Pixel sprites may be ancient by today’s standards, but they still retain their charm. They’re relatively easy to create, too, and with Terrible Games’ iPad app Sprite Something, game developers and artists can literally whip one up in seconds.
Tired of messy cables? Love eating on your desk? Then you’ll love Luftdesign’s Fork and Cream Sauce cable organizer. Simply wrap the cable around the fork, and stick the whole thing onto the creamy base to secure it into place.
Designed by Ginguni for Japanese brand gung, this handmade rubber stamp will let you mass-produce endearing (at first, and then they’re just freaking annoying) emoticons. We’re not talking about simple smileys and sad faces here – this rubber stamp is for hardcore emoticon enthusiasts.
Ten One Design’s app could be a godsend to artists who can’t afford a full-fledged tablet. It can be used with any pen-like object, but when combined with the company’s Pogo Sketch pen, Inklet adds touch-sensitivity to your unibody MacBook/MacBook Pro’s trackpad.
Tomena Sanner looks like it was produced by a team of drunk 8-year olds. By that I mean IT IS AWESOME.
The game stars businessman Mr. Susumu (susumu is Japanese for forward or continue), who is late for…something, and will not stop running until he gets to his destination, regardless of what’s in his way.
An increasing number of home theater appliances and media player devices have at least one USB port built-in, which makes it easy to share content from an external storage device, but not directly from a computer.
We’ve featured a lot of LED lamps here at technabob, but Home Depot’s offering is by far the most affordable one I’ve seen. Made by Lighting Science, the EcoSmart aka Definity A19 bulb is rated at 429 lumens yet consumes a mere 8.8 watts.
Someone forgot to tell Brando that Apple prefers form over function any day of the week. Brando’s Slim Bluetooth Keyboard may be one fugly gadget, but it is a lot more portable and cheaper than Apple’s own keyboard.
Entertainment Earth is showing off a new full-size Boba Fett helmet for pre-order. It features an articulated rangefinder and electronic sounds. I love how EE specifies that the helmet was “specially designed to look awesome for kids of all ages!”,
The UO DJ Mixer is a nice gift for newbie DJs. It lets you combine music from a pair of iPods or iPhones – and add effects like reverb, filter and flange. You can connect it to a sound system and share your mix with everyone, or use the bundled headphones if you’re not that confident with your skills yet.
Apparently in the United States, the relationship of many married couples is being threatened by fart, so much so that a “science teacher” created a fart-absorbing blanket and named it “The Better Marriage Blanket.” And here I was thinking that snoring (or having 8 kids and going on a reality show) was the main reason why marriages dissolve, not flatulence.
At last, you can now poke and prod your touchscreen even while wearing gloves. And no, you won’t need a sausage to do so. Quirky recently unveiled Digits, a set of conductive pins that attach to gloves.
Hey do you remember Lite Brite? I don’t. But it seems to be a classic. If you’re one of it’s fans, I have good news for you! The classic toy now has a more modern version, and it’ll only cost you a couple of bucks!
Konnet’s already given PS3 and Xbox 360 owners a lot of love, and now it’s aiming to serve Wii owners with the PowerV Quad charger.
What’s neat about the PowerV Quad is definitely not it’s name, but the fact that it uses inductive charging, meaning there’s no wires or other direct connection needed.