One Eye Ball is Nothing Like It Sounds

One Eye Ball is Nothing Like It Sounds

Ever wanted Dog Vision? Nope, me neither. Artist Hung Chi-Penh (whose work can currently be seen at the Virgil de Voldaire gallery in NY) however, has created a helmet that gives you the canine perspective on the world—as well as possible dizziness. Mr Hung’s helmet, shaped like a dog’s head,…

Can you spot the fake? Motorola hopes so

Can you spot the fake? Motorola hopes so

Motorola has an interesting campaign on, showing the fact that it is tough to spot the difference between genuine Motorola Bluetooth accessories and nasty Asian copies. There are some cool test sheets doing the rounds in Asia, with side-by-side shots of legit and fake H500 and H700 units, as well…

Automatic Talking, Feeding Dog Bowl

Automatic Talking, Feeding Dog Bowl

What happens when you take a talking dog bowl and add automatic feeding to it? You get an Automatic Electronic Pet Feeder with Voice Recorder, of course. The bowl feeds your dog/cat/baby with three separate trays, which can be programmed to open at 8-, 12-, or 24-hour intervals. That means…

Quick News: HP In Space and More

Quick News: HP In Space and More

HP won an a contract with NASA worth $5.6 billion dollars. The contract will have HP supplying the U.S. space agency with computers, servers and printers for the next 7 years. Nintendo set their prediction for the total lifetime Wii sales in North America at 35 million consoles, just shy…

Completely Waterproof MP3 Player

Completely Waterproof MP3 Player

No more putting our iPods in sandwich bags for us! This completely waterproof TwinBird MP3 player withstands shower water, sink water, bath water, and even pool water in order to bring you your 128MB of music wherever you go. Wait, 128MB? That waterproofing must have taken up just about the…

Powerbrick Foot Warming Slippers

Powerbrick Foot Warming Slippers

It may be the warmer time of the year (for most of us), but that doesn’t mean we can’t look ahead to the winter. This is a conceptual design of a footwarmer that is “powered” by a laptop power brick. They are regular slippers equipped with a pocket that can…

Homemade mobile phone Dock Tidies Up Your Wires

Homemade mobile phone Dock Tidies Up Your Wires

If you hate wires as much as I do, you’ll find this DIY interesting. It’s the brainchild of Bob Loblaw, a user (and fantastic lawyer) over at Instructables who created his own wire-wrangler/charger for his Motorola RAZR. The steps are pretty straightforward if you’ve got the time to build your…

22 Things to Know About the $99 Zonbu Linux PC

22 Things to Know About the $99 Zonbu Linux PC

I got time with the Zonbu, a $99 Linux PC that is amazingly as simple to use as a Mac. That’s because it’s preloaded with best-of-breed open source software for almost anything you’d need, all managed via the other cool thing the Zonbu has: A 4GB CF card that acts…

Samsung’s Future Phone Concepts to Mimic the K5

Samsung’s Future Phone Concepts to Mimic the K5

Design-wise, Samsung’s K5 MP3 player is spot on, so it’s no surprise the company’s modeling its future cellphones on the stylish MP3 player. Recent Samsung patents show cellphones with sliding/slanting screens and cradles that let you “stand” your handheld for watching videos or making video calls. It’s a simple design…

IO-Data USB2-W31RW Card Reader is Monochrome, but Well-Read

IO-Data USB2-W31RW Card Reader is Monochrome, but Well-Read

This card reader from IO-Data, the USB2-W31RW, comes in black and white, and can read 31 different types of cards—SDHC memory cards, micro SDs, memory sticks, MicroProles, SecuriMinge, SDHoHos, STDs, BumperMong Sticks, Multi-Media Splanges, High-Speed Jezebel Sticks, KrispyKremeKards, MemoryCleet, Fangs4DMemory and HDSpazzTwigs, for starters. What it won’t read: credit cards,…

The iPatch Guards Your Privacy

The iPatch Guards Your Privacy

Are you often masturbating with the worry that someone’s staring at you through your iSight? Fear not, the iPatch is here to save your dignity. Just place the plastic iPatch — which is available in four different colors and two different shapes — over your iSight and you can be…

Japanese Robotech Thruster Sex Machine

Japanese Robotech Thruster Sex Machine

Like Lam with his pink Japanese blowjob machine, I was debating whether I should post this. But if you can handle his pink blowjobber, you can handle this Robotech Thruster machine. The thruster attaches to a table or other solid surface and has a “Highspeed piston,” “Powerful movement” and a…

Beer Mug Lamp is Deceiving

Beer Mug Lamp is Deceiving

This lamp may be a little deceiving for those avid beer drinkers like myself, but it could still be a nice addition to any classy living room. The only downside is that whoever poured this $US45 beer mug lamp did a horrible job. Look at all of that head! My…

Dell’s Overclocked XPS 720 Monster Knows How to Keep its Cool

Dell’s Overclocked XPS 720 Monster Knows How to Keep its Cool

It’s a good thing Dell’s new XPS 720 H2C has some serious cooling going on ’cause otherwise this thing would explode. Not only does it come with an overclocked CPU (up to a 3.73GHz QX6800), but it also has overclocked memory modules and a dual 8800 GTX setup. It’s essentially…

Alltel Adds City Caller ID: Figure Out Who’s Calling

Alltel Adds City Caller ID: Figure Out Who’s Calling

If you’re always getting weird calls from area codes you don’t recognize, Alltel’s new City ID could be just the thing you need. Available only on the LGAX275 for now (more phones later), the app will display the city and state assigned to any landline or mobile phone. If you…

New Lost Game for iPod Teletransported From the Eighties

New Lost Game for iPod Teletransported From the Eighties

Just in time for the season finale, Apple has posted today a Lost game for iPod in the iTunes Music Store. The game reminds me a bit of the old Monkey Island graphic adventures, although I doubt it will have the wacky and wonderful dialogs that Guybrush Threepwood and company…

Vista Service Pack 1 Spotted, But Will It Ship?

Vista Service Pack 1 Spotted, But Will It Ship?

That service pack we’re all waiting for, Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1), might soon be shipping. Or not. In January, Microsoft said the update, code-named “Fiji,” would be shipping in the second half of 2007, which is rapidly approaching. Now some quick-witted photogs snagged a snapshot of a machine…