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  • May 27, 2011
    Damn girl, your virgin bars are off the chart -- sounds like a Mother Mary situation! Kick to Pick, which is probably the worst name for an app that has anything to do with babies, is a $1 iPhone application that allows your unborn child to pick its own name with a simple kick... / Continue →
  • August 20, 2010
    Facebook just rolled out an update to their mobile app that allows you to share your current location with friends so they can stalk/kill you. Sweet. Gosh, I sure hope they torture me first! The most worrying aspect of Facebook Places is that you can be checked in by other p... / Continue →
  • July 21, 2010
    15-year old Nick Lee snuck tethering capabilities into a seemingly inconspicuous $0.99 flashlight app and got it approved by Apple. Unfortunately, fanboys can't keep their pie-holes shut on the internet and the app has since been pulled. WAY TO SUCK, JERKS. Handy Light, whic... / Continue →
  • December 6, 2009
    This is a flowchart used to determine whether or not you should use your iPhone while in the presence of your significant other (full-size version HERE). Of course, if you've dated any women like the ones I have, the answer is always, "NO". Also, "get a job" and, "learn how t... / Continue →
  • November 19, 2009
    Looking for the latest and least greatest in iPhone apps? Check out the $1 "Blower" app. It sucks blows sucks and blows is f***ing stupid. Thanks to the new "Blower" app, iPhone owners will now be able to blow out candles with their handset. Just "switch on your app, turn th... / Continue →
  • August 29, 2009
    This is a fake commercial for iPhone apps. I thought it was pretty funny. And not just because stalking ex-girlfriends is funny, because that is only mildy humorous (but mostly sad and creepy). No, I just couldn't get enough of the guy's voice. I must have you on my home an... / Continue →
  • June 11, 2009
    Want a realistic Star Trek communicator app for your iPhone? You're in luck, dog. This classic Star Trek communicator app for iPhone slipped past us when it was first released into the App Store at the end of May. The spot on graphics and familiar chirping sound triggered whe... / Continue →
  • June 5, 2009
    The watery sounds you hear in this video were all made using algorithms developed by researchers at Cornell, because, honestly, curing diseases can wait. Doug James and Changxi Zheng, researchers at Cornell University, have developed a way to simulate the sounds of flowing or ... / Continue →
  • May 1, 2009
    iSnort is a bootleg iPhone app that makes it appear as though you're cutting up coke and snorting it. Unfortunately, it's not even a real app. It's just a video that you have to choreograph your movements to (the iPhone's touchscreen doesn't respond to heavily abused credit c... / Continue →
  • April 23, 2009
    In an unshocking turn of events, Apple has pulled 'Baby Shaker', an iPhone application that allows users to shake a baby until red X's appear over its eyes and it stops crying, from the iTunes store. Within a day of the game being available for download, childcare organisati... / Continue →
  • March 2, 2009
    iClean is a 99¢ iPhone/iPod Touch application that makes it look like a dog is lick-cleaning your screen from the inside out. How precious! Currently there are only three lickers available, but more are promised in future updates. I just bought it! Best 99¢ I've ever spe... / Continue →
  • February 26, 2009
    Finally, I can sleep peacefully at night. Hicks, a mathematician at Drexel University, Philadelphia, used computer algorithms to generate the mirror's bizarre surface, which curves and bends in different directions. The curves direct rays from an object across the mirror's fac... / Continue →
  • February 24, 2009
    And I want them! One is called Sea Shadow. It's big, black and looks like a cross between a Stealth fighter and a Batmobile. It was made to escape detection on the open sea. The other is known as the Hughes (as in Howard Hughes) Mining Barge. It looks like a floating field h... / Continue →
  • February 6, 2009
    Lim Ding Wen is a 9-year old Chinese boy. But not just any Chinese boy, Ding Wen wrote a finger painting iPhone app for his younger siblings. Lim, who is now fluent in six programming languages, first started using a computer when he was two-years-old, discovered programmin... / Continue →
  • January 30, 2009
    Been working on solving a Rubik's Cube for the last 26 years? Congratulations, you wasted your life. Keep at it, champ! Alternatively, get CubeCheater for your iPhone, take pictures of all the cube's sides, and PRESTO -- you've effectively defeated the purpose of playing wit... / Continue →
  • January 13, 2009
    Australia's Queensland state is looking to hire a "Great Barrier Reef Island Caretaker" at a rate of $105,000 (US) for six-months of service. What kind of service? The "island caretaker" would be expected to stroll the white sands, soak up the sun, snorkel the reef, "maybe cl... / Continue →
  • December 2, 2008
    The iPhone now has over 10,000 apps, and to celebrate, somebody made a mosaic. Not exactly how I celebrate (I get drunk as shit), but a little time in front of Photoshop works too. And speaking of iPhone apps, I have like four. Including, and pretty much limited to: rotary d... / Continue →
  • November 17, 2008
    Drunk calculator applications already exist for the iPhone, but this one is more in depth. And freer. Because it's free. You can choose exactly what you've had to drink, and based on your weight, it determines how sloshed you are. Like right now it's telling me I shouldn't ... / Continue →
  • November 7, 2008
    The ocarina is an ancient instrument (possibly dating back 12,000 years) that has appeared in Zelda games. Which makes it dear to my heart. And I post all things Zelda on Geekologie. Because I love it that much. You could send me a tip about naming your boner Link and I'd p... / Continue →
  • October 8, 2008
    Google recently unveiled a Gmail application that may help prevent drunk emailing. When in use, the program requires a potential emailer to solve a few mathematical problems before the message can be sent. Pretty clever, now make something similar for cell phones and we'll be... / Continue →