Remember the soda can that Lieutenant Uhuru had stuck in her ear while she was at her post as Communications Officer on the USS Enterprise in the original Star Trek TV series? Now everybody’s got one; only they’re smaller, less silly-looking, and probably cheaper. Today you can get an in-ear Bluetooth headset for as little… Continue reading Quick Looks: Uhuru’s Earpiece Now in Widespread Use
Tired of your old Windows Mobile phone? Well, if you own one of these HTC devices, you’re in luck! Android has been ported to the AT&t Tilt (HTC Kaiser), Verizon VX6900 / Sprint Touch (HTC Vogue), HTC Polaris a.k.a. HTC Touch Cruise as well as the HTC Raphael and HTC Diamond. First off these ports… Continue reading Need an Android in your pocket?
The following pictures were provided by our man Tom “On The Scene” Racine from Tall Tale Radio as he struts his stuff around San Diego Comic Con ’09 James Cameron’s “Avatar” Star Trek DAC District 9 Truck The Green Hornet Car Dalek I hope everybody is having fun out at The San Diego Comic Con… Continue reading San Diego Comic Con ’09
Build a HTPC complete with BluRay player for under a grand!
Found at the Blister web site this is the ultimate Star Wars geeky gadget; who can identify the time hack and in which Episode the “real” R2Q5 appeared? Assuming you can read Japanese Kanji (or find a translator who does), this hub will set you back a cool 7,140 Yen (76.28376 U.S. dollars at the… Continue reading R2Q5 USB Hub
From it’s launch early last June, Palm Pre owners have enjoyed a small luxury formerly exclusive to iPod/iPhone users; the ability to sync their devices with iTunes. Unfortunately this has come to an end with the release of Apple’s 8.2.1 update of iTunes disables the Pre’s ability to sync up and in Apple’s patch notes… Continue reading iTunes and the Palm Pre no longer talking to each other
In the beginning was the paper tape, and it was horrible. Tape punches were noisy, tape readers were slow (about 10 characters per second, or 100 bits per second), paper tape was fragile and prone to disintegrate even without being abused. And yet it was vastly better than toggling a program in on the front… Continue reading SciFact: Advances in Data Storage for Personal Computers
While I was at work yesterday, as I am want to do when my brain is getting fried from too many lines of code, I took a break and checked up on good ol’ digg and stumbled across this article. When I first clicked the link, I just had to stop and stare at this:… Continue reading On land, sea and in the sky… something you can drive?
The Netgear ReadyNAS Duo is an affordable and easy-to-use solution for networked storage and printing.
The magic number is 1.223. I want to put a new TV in our bedroom. Right now we have a old 19″ 4:3 aspect ratio television. It’s really just your standard bedroom television. It has actually worked out pretty well for us, the size was decent for watching TV shows, but this has changed. What… Continue reading The Magic Number
The EyeMove PC combines the functionality of a digital projector and computer into one circular-shaped device. Simply hang it on your wall or place it flat on a desk and project games, movies, or applications. No word yet on on if this concept will go into production. Just 1 item from the list of 10… Continue reading Gadgets Of The Future
…the first wave of products that will be coming out, which will include a tackle box, a lightsaber-style fishing rod and reel combo, as well as a really cool fishing backpack and a Darth Vader net. Hehe…a Darth Vader Net. That’s sure to put the fear into the fish. Clickity via The Force Dot Net
Very nice look at the gadgets in GTA 4….which I haven’t gotten my hands on yet…. Someone send me a PS3, please. Oh look…they have the internets. via – steveranford.co.uk The Internet Liberty City’s been a bit behind the times in the past, but it’s finally online and the world of dating, auction sites and… Continue reading GTA IV Gadget Round Up