Orgasmo Alarm Clock: What It Sounds Like

The Orgasmo Clock wakes you up in the morning to the invigorating moan of a woman having an orgasm. Which is pretty freaking awesome if you ask...
November 30, 2007

'Bar Of Soap' Predicts Your Use For It

The 'Bar Of Soap' comes to us from MIT Media Lab's Brandon Taylor and Michael Bove. The idea behind the device is that it determines its functionality...
November 30, 2007

On/Off Coffee Mug Changes Colors, Whee!

When the coffee cup is cold it's black and reads "OFF", when a hot liquid is poured inside, it turns white and reads "ON". Pretty clever, huh?...
November 30, 2007

Police Forces To Get Flying Video Drones

Both the Miami-Dade, Florida and Houston, Texas police departments will soon be adding a new officer to the force -- the Micro Air Vehicle (MAV), made by...
November 30, 2007

Donk Tank: A Maybe For The Christmas List

The JL421 Badonkadonk (yeah) Land Cruiser/Tank is a pretty sweet little vehicle. It fits five people inside or on the roof, can be controlled from inside or...
November 30, 2007

Man Hangs Lamborghini On His Wall

Some rich-ass named Richard Moriarty (which seems strangely appropriate) hung his 1974 Lamborghini on a wall in his home. He claims he was tired of having it...
November 30, 2007

Plate Flipper Can Get You In Trouble

The Plate Flipper flips your license plate down 90 degrees with the push of a button on the dash, displaying whatever you choose to have underneath. The...
November 29, 2007

No Surgery: Product Promises 20/20 Vision

I'm all about DIY projects, healthcare included. That's why I was excited to hear about the Eye Power. It's a device aimed at correcting "near-sighted/myopic vision problems"....
November 29, 2007

Future Of the Post-it: The Pock-it

The Pock-it is a take off on the Post-it from designers Ayda Anlagan, Paul Blease, and Pu Tai. How it took three people to come up with...
November 29, 2007

Best Modern Artist Ever Presents Drinking Art

Hannes Broecker is a brilliant artist. How can I tell? Because of his 'Drink Away The Art' installation recently exhibited in Dresden, Germany. Broecker has aroused our...
November 29, 2007

Static Discharge Unit Keeps You Shock Free

The Static Electricity Eliminator (SEE) is a little device from ThinkGeek that will remove the static charge you may be carrying. You touch the rubber end to...
November 29, 2007

Keyless Keyboard: Wack, Uses Orbs, WTF!?

Sure the QWERTY keyboard may have some issues that need to be addressed in the long run, but I have a hard time believing the OrbiTouch Keyless...
November 28, 2007

World's Fastest Zipline Reaches 100 MPH

The world's fastest zipline resides in Sun City, South Africa. They also claim it's the tallest and longest, but I think that's debatable. You ride the thing...
November 28, 2007

Optimus Maximus Keyboard Configurations

Many of you probably already know about the ridiculous Art Lebedev 'Optimus Maximus' keyboard that has been hyped for the past little while. If you don't then...
November 28, 2007

World's Largest Atari Controller Is Pretty Big

Jason Torchinsky, a man who loves Atari but can't stand small controllers made a frickin' huge classic Atari controller. As you can see it's quite large. Unfortunately...
November 28, 2007

USB Hub Has Cup Warmer, Slow Connectivity

The Brando 'USB Cup Warmer with USB Hub and Clock' costs $24 and is jam-packed with features like, well, all those listed in the product's title. It...
November 28, 2007

Bright Blinds: Add A Window To A Blank Wall

Two Japanese designers have created Bright Blinds, which are blinds to be hung on blank walls to give the appearance of a window underneath. Electroluminescent sheeting is...
November 27, 2007

Bookshelf Cave Is Sort Of Neat, Needs Work

The Cave, from designer Sakura Adachi combines a bookshelf and a comfortable place to sit and read. Aimed at taking you back to your childhood when you...
November 27, 2007

Monitor For The Colorblind Coming Soon

Eizo's 24-inch Flexscan SX2461W-U is a monitor made specifically for people with colorblindness. Which is awesome, because I'm slightly colorblind. Nothing so bad as not being able...
November 27, 2007

Umbrella Flask Hides Liquor, Costs Too Much

This Brigg umbrella features a Malacca cane two-piece handle with a fitted screw-in drinking flask. That's all well and good, but the damn thing costs around $880!...
November 27, 2007

Exoskeleton Is Wicked Nasty, I Need One

Utah based Sarcos spent six years developing this exoskeleton bodysuit capable of giving an average person superhuman strength. I must admit it looks pretty bad-ass. The suit...
November 27, 2007

Man Takes Computer Cooling Way Too Far

Ever seen a computer case made out of cooling fans? Well here it is. Peter Edge made this case out of 66 individual case fans. The computer...
November 26, 2007

The Beer Pager: Never Lose Your Beer Again

The beer pager is basically a coaster with attached koozie that you put your beer in. If for any reason you misplace your precious life-blood you just...
November 26, 2007

Life-Size LEGO Figure Is Cool, Cardboard

A man has made a life-size LEGO figure entirely out of cardboard and hot glue, complete with removable and rotating body parts. All flat and rounded surface...
November 26, 2007

New 'Kite' Used To Harvest Wind Energy

Architect Laurie Chetwood believes that kites will play a key roll in future "green" energy generation. Chetwood's brainchild, the Wind Dam, is scheduled to go up over...
November 26, 2007