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September 10, 2006 - September 16, 2006 Archives

  • September 14, 2006
    The Flattua bed is supported by a single beam attached to the wall, creating a neat effect that looks like your bed is floating on air. My only concern is if it'll hold up to my rock hard 600 lb physique. Considering my current bed is just a pile of cushions on the floor I'm go... / Continue →
  • September 14, 2006
    Why water your drinks down with ice when you can keep them stored in a separate container? The pitcher is designed for beer but can hold whatever else you might want to keep in there. Like blood. Or gasoline. The sky's the limit!... / Continue →
  • September 13, 2006
    If Apple and Gap teamed up they could create an advertisement so hip the Universe would actually implode. ... / Continue →
  • September 13, 2006
    China has put together a car that can supposedly drive itself, which was unveiled at the Northeast Asia Investment and Trade Expo. FAW tested the sedan at speeds of up to 37 mph but said the car can actually reach a top speed of 93 mph, which is about 93 mph faster than I'd lik... / Continue →
  • September 13, 2006
    Murata Boy is a robot capable of riding bicycles unassisted. It can balance, pedal, and direct the bicycle, even turning to avoid obstacles. Which begs the question: how can they build a robot that can do all this but still not have one that can properly turn me on? Shame on yo... / Continue →
  • September 12, 2006
    There won't be any room leftover to swim, but who wants to swim when you've got a giant ass inflatable iceberg in your pool. I mean damn, man, I don't even own it yet and I'm already dreaming about how much fun it'll be. And don't even dare challenge the iceberg king. Because I... / Continue →
  • September 11, 2006
    Bandai is set to release an electronic ant farm, proving once and for all that the entire world is officially ridiculous. The thing costs $69 and is set to be released in November, and is being marketed as a way for stressed out employees to watch others hard at work. So if you... / Continue →
  • September 11, 2006
    There's no reason you would need your chimney oven to rotate, but by golly if you wouldn't want it to. Having things rotate is a gauranteed way to make them cooler. Like attaching flashing lights and laser beams. Plus if you're ever cooking something and then need to cook it ag... / Continue →