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  • April 11, 2013
    This is the custom Simon memory game belt buckle modded by if Industries. Now I know what you're thinking, and no, none of the ladies at the bar are gonna want to play with it. Your bros either. Personally, I think it should be rigged so it will only let you unbuckle the buc... / Continue →
  • September 21, 2011
    Apple Computers: grossly overpriced since at least 1996. This is Best Buy ad from 1996 (the year some of you were born but the year I lost my virginity. JK JK MOM -- I'VE STILL GOT IT). Because it would take me forever to resize the pieces into something decent because of th... / Continue →
  • July 18, 2011
    Thinking man: he shits on computers. According to a recent study, internet use has basically caused our brains to not even bother trying to think or problem-solve anymore and we now rely entirely on the internet to answer questions for us. What in the-- *Googling to find out ... / Continue →
  • June 21, 2011
    Scientists (mad ones, obv) have developed a way to plug "memory chips" into the brains of rats, instantly expanding their memory-creating and storing capabilities, with the future possibility OF BEING ABLE TO ADD ACTUAL MEMORIES. Holy gracious. Dr. Berger's description is alm... / Continue →
  • September 21, 2009
    A dangerously metal USB drive shaped like a ninja knife, it just makes sense. The 2GB Ninja Kunai drives cost $125 and are in no way, shape or form safe for airplane travel. Or train. Now that I think about it, I wouldn't even drive anywhere with one. Because I used to keep... / Continue →
  • September 11, 2009
    This is a picture of the World Trade Center after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, taken by current commander of the International Space Station at the time, Frank Culbertson. Damn, has it really been eight years? Remember. The World Trade Center Terrorist Attac... / Continue →
  • July 27, 2009
    This is a custom made Luke Skywalker (circa Empire Strikes Back) USB drive. I assume it's painted modeling clay, but honestly it could be made out of unicorn tears for all I know. What an amazing job the artist did though -- such an expressive face. It's like you can hear hi... / Continue →
  • July 22, 2009
    This is a poster of computer hardware designed by deviantART user Sonic480. Since it's kind of small, you can see a full size version HERE. Then, print it out and tack it to the ceiling above your bed. Move over, Megan Fox, there's a new poster in town my room. Just look at... / Continue →
  • July 10, 2009
    These $200 sunglasses from Calvin Klein (available this October) feature a 4GB flash drive in the right arm so you can take your data to the beach or wherever the hell people wear sunglasses these days. Me? I just squint. calvin klein usb sunglasses: data for your eyes onl... / Continue →
  • June 19, 2009
    That's right, the folks over at Kingston are about to drop a 128GB flashbomb on the world. Available next month, the 128GB DataTraveler 200 will cost a staggering $547. SO DON'T WASH IN IN YOUR JEANS. Still, 128GB -- do you realize how much porn that is? *ahem* Me neither. ... / Continue →
  • March 15, 2009
    Jerry Jalava is a hacker who lost half his left ring finger in a motorcycle accident and decided to replace the digit with a USB drive. So now he sports a rubber half-finger with thumb(!)drive inside. Awesome. Plus, if he ever has to wear a wedding ring it won't count becaus... / Continue →
  • March 3, 2009
    These flash drives are real products from meninos that look like tampons and come in several sizes so you get just the right fit for your particular data flow. Having a light day? Go with 1GB. Flowing like you've been shot? That's a 16GB day. Available soon, the drives wil... / Continue →
  • February 17, 2009
    Finally, doctors are developing a pill that can help erase bad memories. Yes! Take two and forget to call me in the morning. The method, using existing blood pressure pills, could be useful for weakening or erasing bad memories in people with post-traumatic stress disorder, ... / Continue →
  • January 10, 2009
    This is a video of some computer porn. Like computer porn in the truest sense: computer parts getting it on with one another. It really didn't do much for me, but that's probably because it's super softcore compared to a lot of the other stuff I've seen. Haha, you know what ... / Continue →
  • January 2, 2009
    Some guy went and made a wallet out of an old SNES game cartridge (that shit better not have been A Link To The Past). The cartridge comes packed with emergency LEDs, videogame sound effects, and enough room to carry cash, cards, keys and a USB memory stick. Granted, it's no... / Continue →
  • November 11, 2008
    Mimoco, the company best known for making cute USB drives (particularly the Star Wars series), recently held a contest in which fans were encouraged to design their own Mimobot and submit them for voting. Well the ballots were cast, and these are (five of the) six winners, eac... / Continue →
  • November 3, 2008
    Being able to selectively delete memories, this sounds promising. A team of scientists from the United States and China announced last week that, for the first time, they had found a means of selectively and safely erasing memories in mice, using the signaling molecule αCaMKI... / Continue →
  • October 8, 2008
    It's been a while since we've seen some scrumptious cakeologie here on Geekologie, but the wait is over! And as a man who's no stranger to eating computer components, I find this mother board cake utterly delicious looking. I mean, just look at those RAM wafers! You haven't l... / Continue →
  • October 3, 2008
    This thinking cap promises to make its wearer smarter. How? Using a magnetic coil to send juice to portions of the left side of the brain, researchers claim that they can turn anyone into a savant, improving memory and creativity by incredible amounts. Being a skeptic, I wen... / Continue →
  • September 9, 2008
    Let's face it, drinking and data storage were made for each other. So why has it taken so long for somebody to make a sharp looking 16GB bottle opener? Beats me -- your guess is as good as mine. Unless you guessed government conspiracy or ninjas, in which case your guess was... / Continue →