Goldvish is selling an extravagantly designed and jeweled cell phone for the everyday low price of one million dollars. The phone is covered in over half a pound (120 carats) of diamonds, and it features most of the amenities of a regular, non-jeweled "high end" phone. If you'd rather spend your million dollars on something more useful, like an army, Goldvish sells a variety of slightly less ostentatious cell phones for a mere $25 thousand. The only million dollar jeweled purchase I'd make would be for a new grill, and for that much money, it better include a life-size golden statue of George Foreman that sits comfortably on my shoulder.
This is tennis star Mario Maria Sharpova showing off a new dress that lights up whenever you receive a cell phone call. Pfft, the deaf have had this technology for years.
It's the work of British fashion student Georgie Davies, who worked with Sony Ericsson on ways to merge t... / Continue →
This steampunk cell phone looks pretty freaking sweet. Unfortunately, it doesn't work. Made out of wood, brass, and ass, the faux phone looks like it came right out of the 19th century and requires a unique punch-card to dial a number (if it actually worked). The unit would ... / Continue →
This solar panel tie collects light and, through a process that even Scientologists don't understand, converts it to usable energy. The tie has a little pocket on the back that stores the gadget you're charging, and is completely impractical. I'm all for green shit (figurativ... / Continue →