Archive for August, 2010

Apple’s iPad saves the day when you’re out for a long trip or vacation. It comes in handy when you get bored as you can watch movies and play games with its long battery life. Here are some great tips to keep in mind while you are traveling with your iPad. More »

Rain Level boots some of the most useless or useful boots I’ve seen this year, –depending on where you live that is. These boots are designed to measure how deep the water your standing in is, but if it goes further than the boot, well it means your in pretty deep. The unlucky part is, it measures in centimeters, and if your not used to it, its time to get out your conversion tools. These boots might be more useful during a snow storm or if your deep in mud since not everywhere is prone to floods. These shoes are available is all different colors and cost around $90 from stores in Italy. More »

Sony has just released another set of their 3D LED LCD HDTVs, the Sony BRAVIA KDL-60NX810, KDL-55NX810 and KDL-46NX810. More »

Ever wanted a friend who will do anything for you without complaining? The P2 Robot could be for you. The robot can play pool with you or collect beer from the fridge and open it for you! Though it may make you lazy, since it will also fold your laundry for you too. It even plugs itself in when it knows its running low on batteries. More »

So this cartoon about AT&T basically explains itself. When I first read this cartoon I totally didn’t get it but this is seriously one of the funniest things I have read in a while. After reading it I felt kind of bad for people with AT&T and began feeling happy for not having it as a service provider. More »

From Htcyou: First the DROID Incredible is delayed, and now the DROID X! Seriously? For those of you who have been waiting to get your hands on these phones, I assume you are pretty anxious and aggravated right now. More »

Mice in the South Wales won’t have to feel in danger anymore, as they’ve got their own bridges to cross the road. Three bridges that cost over $290,000 are built especially for dormice, which live in an area next to busy highways. The meshed cages of the bridge will let those little mice cross the road safely. More »

After the Sony NX800, Sony has revealed its latest glossy 3D TV in the US, the glistening Sony NX810. However, you will need to purchase your 3D glasses and an emitter separately as they are not included with the TV. More »

Motte makes an attachable wooden handle for milk cartons. A milk cartoon with a handle, never thought I’d see this. This is for the older generations to be able to drink milk in a more sophisticated manner. I think drinking milk out of a cartoon should be done the old fashioned way, holding it in your hand with a straw! More »

According to Alexa, YouTube is now the Internet’s third most visited site, surpassing Yahoo!. Unsurprisingly, spots #1 and #2 belong to Google and Facebook respectively. More »

Have you ever wondered how astronauts feel when they are on a spaceflight? If you are eager to know then why not try it yourself with the help of the Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation System. It sounds complicated but its just a patch that sends an electrical current to your nerves behind the ears simulating the disorienting return which the astronauts experience on their way back to our atmosphere. More »

Some sneaky female Swedish school girls ended up in court after they were caught bugging their teachers’ staff room with hope that they would be able to figure out how to get better grades. They would have gotten away with it if one of the girls hadn’t blabbed about it on their Facebook page. The students planted the bugs a day before the teachers were going to have a meeting about how to grade students’ work. More »

Google recently came with a new feature that lets you call any phone right from Gmail. For now this service is free for users in the US and Canada only, but calls to other countries will be really cheap, with low rates starting from 2 cents per minute. If you’re a Google Voice user, your number will be shown as the caller when calling from Gmail. More »

Electric cars were always looked down on because of their limited speed but this Electric Car named Buckeye Bullet 2.5 might change that perspective.This electric car was made by a group of students at Ohio State University and during their testing stage it averaged 307.66-mph after two runs in opposite directions at the Bonneville Salt Flats which has break their own previous speed record. More »

American electronics company ‘Sharper Image‘ have announced that there will be a new Wi-Fi equipped E-reader available in October called the ‘Literati.’ Not only does the Literati have full color display in a Wi-Fi equipped E-reader, it also features a 7-inch 400×800 LCD display just like a tablet and a full QWERTY keyboard. But the Literati does come with flaws. It does not have a touch screen feature, can not run any apps and you can not access the Web Beyond downloading books from the Kobo e-book server. So basically the Literati is a tablet with out the computer parts. More »

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