As a professional timewaster, my wrists take a lot of punishment. Especially my right wrist; lately it has taken to zapping me with painful needles of hate, demanding that I stop using it. That came out a bit off.
This new mobile phone out of China may look like your average smartphone, but under the hood it’s actually packing a tiny little projector. Too bad the images it produces look pretty horrendous.
The inappropriately named COOL GTW18 features a 3.2-inch
Apricorn’s latest USB device is perfect for people who only have a netbook for a computer. In exchange for one of your tiny computer’s USB port, the Aegis NetDock gives you 4 USB ports – 2 of them powered – a dual-layer DVD burner, and a 2.5″
Sure, Sarge and his men are a bit set in their ways. But they will hold their ground and stand resolute against any enemy, their spirits unbending, their courage unyielding. Photographers also love them because they’re always in their best poses.
OrigAudio (as in “origami + audio”) speakers are perfect for trips to the beach, or for whenever you just want to share music without much hassle. Let’s face it, a couple of 3.15″ 1-watt speakers won’t satisfy audiophiles and they’re definitely not good enough for parties, but the fact that they’re foldable and don’t need a power source – not a single battery or USB cable needed – means that they’re perfectly portable.
Way before Microsoft jumped on the ‘Hero’ bandwagon came this app on Apple’s side of the fence, which doesn’t really turn chores into a game so much as impose a ratings system as cheap trick motivation.
…not when they’re embedded with Swarovski crystals that form the shape of a cat. A pink cat.
You can pick up a pair of GrungeBuds Crystal Cat Pink at Atomic9’s online store for $40 (USD). You can also “choose your grunge” from other designs – designs which I am not making up – like a dragon, a monkey, and a panda.
When my son turned seven, I did what most geeks would do when he wanted a computer. I upgraded my computer and built him a machine out of the left over parts. My daughter decided it was cool and wanted a computer of her own, but she is five and still thinks the way to get things to do what you want is to bash them with a Barbie a lot of the time.
Isn’t it funny how businesses seem to love and hate their customers at once? Take Apple. Their OS is extremely easy to use and is in my experience just a tad more dependable than Windows. Yet all that user-friendliness goes out the window when it comes to hardware, what with the limited (or missing) ports.
Twice the size of an actual 3½ diskette, the pillow’s smiling face and familiar form will have you waxing nostalgic in no time at all. That is if you’re old enough to have used floppy disks.
You can get a Mini Floppy Disk Pillow at ShanaLogic for $18 (USD).
Hey guys, remember the Cideko air keyboard/mouse combo I was lusting after last June? According to German site Netbook News, Cideko has partnered with MSI to be able to reach out more customers.
For those too lazy to read my first article, screw you.
Julien Jaborska’s bicycle tire belts make for nice and unique gifts for bike enthusiasts. Not only do they look good, all of the treads are recycled, so if you get one of these you’re helping the environment too.
As you can see the belts are made from treads with varying textures and types “rescued” from the trash.