Archive for December, 2007

Waterfall Audio Glass Speakers


The stunning looks of the Waterfall Audio speakers might make you think that these spectacular beauties would cost a fortune, but to my surprise, they are not that expensive. These speakers are made of some special glass that gives us a feeling that the drivers are just floating in the air. Continue reading

Porsche wheel casemod does rock, won’t roll

This automotive-inspired casemod embeds a complete high-end PC built inside an alloy wheel from an SUV.


The liquid cooled SLI-Machine Wheel PC is loaded into an 18-inch wheel from a Porsche Cayenne, then wrapped up in a Bridgestone Dueler H/P radial tire to round things out. Continue reading

Toshibal launching 920T mobile phone in Japan


It’s a slider, its all white, and it looks pretty good considering I had no idea Toshiba even made mobile phones. It has 3G and 1-Seg wireless TV access in the way of wireless communications. Continue reading

Google Profiles the Key to Spam Free Email?

Google introduces yet another services building block – Google Profiles.

A Google Profile lets you have a coherent identity and a simple way to manage your contacts across all services.
The new Google Profiles are already available in Shared Stuff, Google Maps, Google Reader and will be added to other web applications.
If Google now finds a why to have Google Profiles certified and tied to a real person, they could create finally a spam free email system. Something Microsoft did not pull of yet. Google is big enough that they could carry a new email network only consisting of verified members. It really would be time for a Spam free email communication, don’t you think so?

More details on the Google Systems blog.

iDiamond ear: $6,400 earbuds don’t come any cheaper

We were never too hip with the precious metals, and we can’t say we’re doing any better with this setup. The iDiamond ear, built by Heyerdahl jewelry, is slicked up with 18 karat gold and 204 diamonds, but we can’t help but seeing a pair of cheap headphones with glitter on them — with a $6,400 pricetag slapped on just for kicks. Good thing we’re not filthy rich, we’d be so terrible at frittering away our cash.

Smart Cookie


We are all familiar with the magic 8-ball and the fortune cookie, but what happens if you put the two together in one device? The Smart Cookie is the result; a fortune telling cookie that dispenses answers to life’s most pressing questions with quirky witticisms such as; try the eggroll, answer sweet and sour, future sticky like rice and you don’t wonton know. Continue reading

Inada D.6 Robostic Massage Chair


The Inada D.6 ROBOSTIC massage chair is the most advanced massage chair in the world. Completely tailor a massage to your liking and your needs with 10 different Healthcare programs or a totally manually control. Create and memorise your favorite massage routines and adapt the massage chair to your every changing need! Continue reading

Lamborghini Reventón


from Lamborghini Press Release) Automobili Lamborghini presents the new Lamborghini Reventón at the Frankfurt Motorshow 2007

The essence of the marque: just 20 examples of a design masterpiece

Clearly a Lamborghini, but nothing quite like it. A super car without equals: the Lamborghini Reventón is a road vehicle with an extreme specification and, at the same time, a limited edition masterpiece – a coherent style, angular with sharp lines, inspired by the very latest aeronautics. Continue reading

Sony to Sell 11 Million PS3s By Fiscal Year End


It looks like all that was wrong with the PS3 was the price, because despite a very slow start, Sony has announced that their console will reach worldwide sales numbers of 11 million units by the end of this fiscal year (March 31st, 2008). That’s big news for Sony and the gaming industry, as developers have a lot more incentive to make games for a platform that someone actually owns. Alright, it’s time to place your bets again: how will the console wars end? [yahoonews]

iPond Combines Portable Speaker With a Fish Tank, Enrages Animal Rights Activists


Pet stores in Australia have been selling a portable speaker with a built-in fish tank, designed to hook up to portable audio devices like the iPod. The cleverly named iPond, which is currently drawing fire from animal rights groups for not providing adequate space for a fish to live. Continue reading