If you go on Facebook, you have undoubtedly seen the satirical stories show up in your feed from places like The Onion and The Daily Currant. It’s very clear from the title of those stories to most of us that they are fake.
Can’t find Spotty or worried someone might’ve dognapped him? Squelch those paranoid incessant fears by clipping the Pet Loc8tor onto his collar. If you’ve got a particularly small pet and spend at least half an hour every day running around the house peeking under tables and sofas looking for your beloved pet, then this device is definitely for you.
It’s not only Internet/text shorthand, with its LOLs and OMGs, that’s everywhere; it seems lots of tech-based and inspired memes are creeping out into the world at large, including in graffiti and other urban art forms.
Man, 3.5-inch disks. I still can’t believe that just a decade after the demise of the floppy, a pocket-sized iPod Nano can hold than 11,378 times more data than a single 3.5-inch disk. How far we’ve come.
Tagz are programmable scrolling LED tags that hang from a pendant. You can program a message of your choice by pressing a couple of buttons on the back of the tag.
I’m not sure if tagZ will be the next big trend with the kidZ, but they sure look cooler than the tacky glow stick necklaces that show up at the occasional rave.