Munitio’s Teknines 18k gold earphones are designed to look like the slug from a 9-mm gun, but with top-tier listening specs. This is about the closest you’d ever want a bullet to your brain.
This 1W laser not only cranks out a tremendously intense beam thanks to the blue-laser diode from a Casio projector, it looks like a lightsaber, and can inflict serious damage, even from a distance.
The Amphony microFidelity 100 may be tiny, but its sound is mighty. The digital T-amp cranks out 20WPC stereo or 50W mono with a 115dB S/N ratio. Not bad for something you can pocket.
Got an old Macintosh Classic lying around? One enterprising modder in Japan figured he could use his old Mac as the perfect doc for his iPad, and it just plain works. Don’t you want one now?
Valentina Trimani’s brilliantly simple concept design combines the utility of a bookmark with low-voltage OLED illumination, so you can read your books while lying in the darkness of your bedroom.
Audio-Technica’s ATH-CKS90NC noise-canceling earphones can block out up to -22dB of noise. The noise canceling function runs on a single AAA battery for up to 50 hours of sweet aural nirvana.
The Kisai Changing Lanes watch tells time using an LED display which uses lanes of “traffic” to indicate hours, minutes and three minute intervals. We got stuck in the left lane behind an old guy in a Buick.
Apple’s latest wonderphone sharpens its display to an astounding 960×640 resolution, adds a front-facing camera, a 5MP digicam with 720p HD video, and runs iOS4, Apple’s multitasking OS.
Going for that Avatar-at-the-theater quality 3D media room experience? Sim2’s new C3X Lumis 3D just might do the trick with its dual projector system, each with 3 DarkChip4 1080p DLPs.
This clever website mashes up Google Maps street view locations with old photographs taken at precisely the same spot years ago. So far, they’ve got over 2000 pics, and you can submit your own.
By sequencing images taken in rapid succession by 9 iPhones, these bloggers from Tokyo managed to recreate the famous Matrix “bullet time” visual effect. Next time, they want 30 iPhone users.
NSFW. Given all the controversy about Steve Jobs’ unbending position on keeping adult content off of the iPhone, it was only fitting that the little green Android responded in this take off on Avenue Q.
Jesse Rosten offers a simple, albeit slightly impractical way to make the most out of your iPad. Just add Velcro, and voila – the world is your dock. Or not. The combo does have its limits.
Sky Factory’s eScape features a wall-mounted industrial-grade HD LCD monitor embedded in a full-size casement window that brings the scenes and sounds of nature to the indoors in real time.
Get a glimpse into some of the strangest, dumbest, and downright funniest search queries, all from real people, through the magic of search engine sample data. Our favorite: “Get Rid of Friendly Ghost.”
Dell’s Android-based 5-inch mini-tablet is official. The Streak will include a capacitive multitouch 800×480 display, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, GPS navigation, a 5MP camera and 16GB of memory.
Exclusive preloaded Ferrari content is part of the new Acer Android-powered smartphone; specs are identical to the original Liquid E: 3.5″ touchscreen, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and Snapdragon processor.
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