The Crovel is an awesome looking survival tool and I really want one even though I have no need for a short spade to dig with. This thing may well be the tool best suited for a life on the run from zombie hoards ever invented.
I never made it far in the Scouts as a kid. I was kicked out for disorderly conduct after beating up the Den mother’s kid. He was a tool. If you still stick to the motto “Be Prepared” and want to really be prepared, you need the new Wrex Titanium Adjustable Pocket Wrench.
Matt Smith, the 11th Doctor has been on the air for over a year now, and it’s high time for a replica of his sonic screwdriver to be made. Just like the Doctor changes bodies when he regenerates, the same thing happens to his tech.
Do you like taking apart your gadgets? Soon, it will be more difficult to take apart your iPhone 4. Why? It seems that Apple has decided that standard Phillips screws are far too easy to take out, and will be replacing the ones in future iPhones with something a little different.
While the big G is promoting their newfangled Instant search, it’s not the only newly unveiled technology from the company. Released just a few days ago, Google Scribe is a text completion service. Google says that the tool’s suggestions are based on what the user has already typed, but that’s not the whole truth.
Or bolts, nails, screws, any small metal you want. The MagnoGrip has 3 small but powerful magnets. The outer covering is made of ballistic nylon, which is highly resistant to scratches, while the inner covering is made of felt.
Ah, software problems. We’ve all experienced them in varying degrees – sometimes it’s just a stupid online video that won’t load, and sometimes the operating system itself gives up. Now imagine a future where programs can still be compromised, or attacked, but will no longer crash or hang.
This is one of those gadgets that’s funny for like 5 minutes – a bottle opener that looks like a motorcycle’s grip. It revs up when you open a bottle with it! Yay. Awesome.
Open a bottle of your favorite beer!
The Pizza Boss 3000 from Fred looks like a miniature circular saw for cutting through even the most persistent pepperonis, stubborn sausages and cantankerous crusts. Sorry, it’s not actually motorized, so mob guys, don’t plan on slicing off any fingers with one of these.
You could keep an actual toolbox around, with things like screwdrivers and hammers… or you could con your gadgets into performing double duty as home improvement devices. And sure, you may not want to pound nails with your iPhone, but I bet you have no objection to using your Wii remote as a level.
Leveltool is a homebrew application that turns that oh-so-versatile motion-sensing Wii controller into a level.