So you've got your iPad and you've got your arcade games and you're having tons of fun, but after a while you notice your thumb starting to hurt. Why? Because you're jamming it down way too hard on the surface of the machine! You know what you need? Something awesome. Something three-dee. This is that. This is JOYSTICK-IT, an iPad arcade stick that suction-cups down to your pad and allows you the classic control you never knew you wanted, but are about to know you need! It's a vintage fantasy that fits just so very nice right here in the now!
My daughter is too young to understand that things die. She is always catching some sort of frog or lizard and then putting it in a box to keep "forever" without realizing that the things have to eat. I end up having to sneak out and let the captive escape after she goes to sleep.
Welcome to a morning of great discovery! First, NASA discovers a new form of life that opens the door toward a whole new way of thinking about... well... life! Then RIM discovers the fact that a company by the name of The Astonishing Tribe would be a great addition to their team. ThinkGeek discovers the technology to integrate a music synth into a t-shirt. Amazon discovers its weak side as it stops hosting WikiLeaks. Apple discovers inexpensive auto-stereoscopic 3D technology (and patents it.) Advent Vega discover a few more tablets in their warehouse (and sell them all out basically instantly.) And Google discovers that its Android 2.2 Froyo has finally overtaken 2.1 Éclair. Bring on the cookies!
Those wacky cats over at ThinkGeek are constantly throwing out new and increasingly geeky gadgets and clothing for us to check out. The latest of these geeky shirts has now started shopping and goes right along with the previous shirts from ThinkGeek that have a guitar on front and a drum kit. The newest shirt is the Electronic Music Synthesizer Shirt.
Welcome back after an extended holiday weekend! Many of you've got your new Android smartphones and giant televisions and weirdo oddities under your belt (or maybe you had even more fun by buying those things as presents) and you've come back, hungry for some tech news! Well you're in luck, especially if you DIDN'T pick up your device of choice yet, especially if you live in Korea (where you'll find the LG LU3000, faster than Galaxy S, - that is of course if you dismiss the fact that you might be going to war soon,) in Japan (where Sharp is very soon releasing their fabulous Galapagos tablets,) or the USA (where you can get a FREE G2.) Of course, if you're in Taiwan this week, you'll probably flip out over a ASUS Eee Note EA-800, and if you're in the USA... well... how about a pulse rifle? Or I bet you're on the lookout for a SlashGear Cyber Monday Round Up?! All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-up!
Wow, I am totally scratching my entire holiday wish list for this thing. ThinkGeek has a replica of the pulse rifle up for sale that is so cool that geeks and sci-fi fans may seize up right now. I know what you are thinking, it is so cool it almost looks like one of those jokes ThinkGeek likes to play in and around April. I actually added the thing to my cart and didn’t get the usual haha, we tricked you note.
This clock may be aimed at the little geeks out there, but I totally want one. If you are really into Lego and particularly like Star Wars Lego, the gang at ThinkGeek has a sweet clock this will go right to the top of your holiday wish list.
I loves me some ThinkGeek. These people really know how to toss a product onto the market with geek appeal. The awesome Wampa Rug and the coolest pizza cutter ever in history of man that looked like the Enterprise are just two epic examples. The latest product from the company isn’t as geeky as those two, but it's more useful for many of us.
Any spy or stalker worth their salt will tell you that you need to blend in with the crowd when you are watching your target. You can't carry a massive DSLR around snapping pics willy nilly, you have to be subtle. Subtle is where this teal green shirt festooned with spy graphics called the Electronic Spy Camera Shirt comes into play.
Today we review a tiny yet quite powerful speaker by the name of JAMBOX, discuss What Zuckerberg Never Said About the iPad, and review the lovely Acer Aspire 8943G. Then there's a hands on of the LG Optimus One and we toss a Motorola Defy in the pool with all the duckies and what looks to be that same pool cleaner they had in Paranormal Activity 2. Scary. Calvin Klein designs a set of 3D sunglasses and AT&T attack T-Mobile's 4G network claims. It's a fight!