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Tag: Funny

Nexus One… Thousand: Google’S Phone Gets Upsized

Nexus One… Thousand: Google’S Phone Gets Upsized
I hate you Xeni Jardin; I hate you and your article’s deceptive title! Nice find though: Google set up a very detailed and very large model of their “not blow-you-away good looking” Nexus One phone. It even has the same ports and the camera and flash – albeit the last two were only painted on the thing.

Elecom Sundries Drugs in-Ear Headphones: for Music Junkies

Elecom Sundries Drugs in-Ear Headphones: for Music Junkies
Elecom’s upcoming Sundries Drugs series of in-ear headphones are designed to look like pills, and come in 8 two-tone color variations.
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New Year’S Resolution Generator Reminds Us We’Re Not Perfect

New Year’S Resolution Generator Reminds Us We’Re Not Perfect
On one hand the New Year’s Resolution Generator is an absurd piece of code; surely you know what you need to change or work on or do to improve your life. The person who can’t come up with a new year’s resolution (whether or not one sees the point of making new year’s resolutions) for himself is either dead lazy or a god.

I-Sobot: the Rambo of Toy Robots

I-Sobot: the Rambo of Toy Robots
A while back we featured a video of the versatile Tomy i-SOBOT shooting at a bunch of rectangular sponges with a bow and arrow. It turns out that the hurting didn’t stop there, as YouTube user paxshikai eventually came up with an armory’s worth of custom weapons for his/her robot, including a gatling gun.

Batman Raps About the Plot Holes in the Dark Knight

Batman Raps About the Plot Holes in the Dark Knight
No, it’s not Christian Bale rapping, thank god. It’s the work of the satirical and parodistic folks at the Key of Awesome, and they do have valid questions. Plus the characters’ voices were spot on. Still, some of you may be tempted to ask: Plot holes?

Robot Fires Ping Pong Balls as a High Tech, but Fairly Boring Prank

Robot Fires Ping Pong Balls as a High Tech, but Fairly Boring Prank
A member of the University of Pennsylvania’s Modlab spent the summer at Willow Garage, makers of the door-opening, self-plugging PR2 robot. Either the Modlab guy was really good friends or secretly annoyed with one of the researchers there, because he decided to install a robot that lobbed ping pong balls at the researchers’ cubicle as a parting gift.

My Little Colossus is Too Cute to be Slain

My Little Colossus is Too Cute to be Slain
Until recently, I wasn’t aware that there’s a diabolically awesome trend that involves customizing My Little Pony figures, like this horrifying L4D Hunter Pony. Shame on me. Time to catch up! deviantART member Blondeyetti took a pony, applied some “Sculpey, stone effect spray paint, acrylics and “burnt grass” flocking” to come up with a seventeeth being for Wander to defeat.

Shave Mobile: the iPhone’S Got Nothing on This

Shave Mobile: the iPhone’S Got Nothing on This
Six years ago Motorola released the RAZR series of mobile phones. Now a Chinese company has pwned Motorola – and all other phone manufacturers really – by coming up with a literal razor phone, the Shave Mobile.

Adrenalineman: Kansan Man Lifts Car Off Girl… or Did He?

Adrenalineman: Kansan Man Lifts Car Off Girl… or Did He?
It happened in Kansas, of all places: 32-year old Nick Harris was about to take his daughter to school when 6-year old Ashlyn Hough, a child of one of his neighbors, was accidentally run over by a Mercury sedan backing out of a driveway.

Star Wars Weather Forecast Tells You if the Frost is With You

Star Wars Weather Forecast Tells You if the Frost is With You
One of the most absurd things about the Star Wars universe is the fact that the planets are differentiated mostly by their singular weather conditions. If you see a snowy scene, then you’re looking at Hoth.

Pong Prom: the Gamer’S Way of Asking Someone to Dance

Pong Prom: the Gamer’S Way of Asking Someone to Dance
Ed Keeble must be smitten with a fellow gamer, because there is no way that his gimmick would work with other people. The aforementioned gimmick is Pong Prom, and here’s how it works: “Participants don specially-designed hoodies and engage in a game of Pong by slow dancing with each other.”

Cubic Switchplate Cover Turns on the Style

Cubic Switchplate Cover Turns on the Style
Electrical outlets are just one of those things that we don’t really notice or think about, partly because we see them everywhere and we use them all the time, and partly because, well, there’s really nothing to look at.

Guy Actually Builds a Better Mousetrap

Guy Actually Builds a Better Mousetrap
How many times have you heard the phrase “build a better mousetrap,” yet nobody seems to have actually done it? Until now. This modern, high-tech mousetrap is sure to crush the bones of tiny rodentia with greater efficiency and style than ever before.

Shocking Tanks Let You Feel the Agony of Defeat

Shocking Tanks Let You Feel the Agony of Defeat
Do you want to teach your kids to become competitive? Then get a set of these radio-controlled shocking tanks, and in no time at all they will appreciate the value of winning. Instead of bullets or shells, the tanks fire infrared beams; whenever a tank is “hit” by the other tank, the person controlling it will receive a mild shock via the controller.

Castoven Microwave Oven: Watch Youtube While You Wait

Castoven Microwave Oven: Watch Youtube While You Wait
Keita Watanabe, Ph.D., and Shota Matsuda of Japan’s Keio University have won a couple of awards for their crazy, yet somehow logical concept for a microwave. Called the Castoven, it eschews the transparent glass panel typically seen on microwave ovens in place of a 10.4-inch LCD display.

The Xphone Will Destroy the iPhone… if It was a Real Product

The Xphone Will Destroy the iPhone… if It was a Real Product
We’ve yet to see a gadget really compete against the iPhone, to the extent that subscribers in the U.S. are willing to endure the sometimes horrible service of AT&T so that they can keep using Apple’s revolutionary product.
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