USB Humping Dogs gone wild

Those of you who are fans of useless USB gadgets and the hardware inside of them might get a kick out of this. Remember the USB Humping Dog? Here it is again, but this time, naked and uncensored. Oh, how kinky!

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Motorola, Red team up to make MP3 bike helmet

Bluetooth is used to enhance many things. Bike riding is a new one to us. Motorola has teamed up with Red to produce a Bluetooth-enabled bicycle helmet for safe and practical music listening while you exercise. Motorola integrates their Audex system into one of Red’s head protectors to allow for a safer bike riding soundtrack. You can even use them ...

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Flowboard updates the skateboard for next-gen extreme sports

The mid-90s brought a popularity level of skateboarding into our culture, that no other extreme sport ever could. A mixture of more X-Games coverage and the fun-level of the Tony Hawk Skateboarding games, skaters are now a still a standard clique of high schools and burnouts. The Flowboard is the next-gen update of the Skateboard. With 7 wheels on each ...

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DIY: PS360 Sixaxis Controller hack

Gamer-mod scientist Ben Hack is at it again, this time with a mod that slightly pains us. You might remember his mod in which he connected a PS2 controller into a PSP. In this venture, he strays slightly from the Sony gaming realm and takes the innards of a PS3 Sixaxis controller, and transplants it into the casing of a ...

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Shuffle Cam documents your life randomly

Shuffle Cam is a design concept by William Boulier, which takes photos at a specific user set time interval, depending on the events nature, to document where you have been. Shuffle Cam has modes for event, classic, and daily, each bearing a different time difference between shots. These options can be chosen from the side of the device. Shuffle Cam ...

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Lamborghini Coffee Machine starts your engines

The Lamborghini Coffee Machine allows you to own a household appliance which is just as exclusive as owning an actual Lambo. With only 1,000 of these bad boys produced, the Tonino Lamborghini Coffee Machine is themed to resemble the luxury car best known for its vertically opening doors and high Italian price tag. For $1750, this coffee machine definitely doesn’t ...

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Spy Pics: SonyEricsson thin 3G candybar and slider due May

SonyEricsson is preparing an announcement in May; supposedly at least 2 handsets would be introduced, the Shinobu (above, left) and Nicole (above, right). These devices (and the W580i) would use a modified UI with a reorganization of keys, namely the addition of dial-hang up buttons. We enlarged the original pictures so that you can see the SonyEricsson watermark too, please ...

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A glimpse of how Windows Vista could have looked like

The new Windows Vista system is system-resource hungry, making your Core 2 Duo PC run like a PDA. The program itself isn’t cheap either, those who can’t afford it either go for illegal copies, or choose not to upgrade at all; but you got to give it to them, the new user interface (UI) does look good. Today we came ...

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Stationoli: The all stationary-in-one gadget

Stationary products are generally small and easy to lose. In fact, I have no idea where the hell my staple removers are right now. That’s right. Removers. Plural, bitches. Maybe if we had learned about something like the Stationoli earlier, we wouldn’t be in the pickle we are now, with many staples in need of removing. The Stationoli provides a ...

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