Wicked Lasers is a company that makes lasers that are so powerful that they can melt plastic and light matches. Their latest product is a flashlight called the TORCH. The Torch, according to Wicked Lasers is the â€œworldâ€™s brightest and most powerful flashlightâ€ and has â€œ4100 Lumens with an adjustable high efficiency reflector.â€ Let’s put… Continue reading Wicked Lasers Torch Flashlight
Recharge your cellphone, iPod, iPhone and camera with this USB solar powered bonsai tree by French designer Vivien Muller. Thanks to 54 tiny photovoltaic panels, the iBonsai (we just made that name up) will store energy in a hidden battery during the day, allowing you to recharge your gadgets even at night.
Is Digg.com founder and Diggnation star Kevin Rose abusing his Apple contacts? This past weekend Kevin blogged about some new stuff being released by Apple next month including new iPods and an iTunes update.
While John McCain is still learning how to use email (we’re not kidding), his U.S. Presidential competition has completely mastered the micro-blogging service Twitter. This month, American presidential candidate Barack Obama dethroned Kevin Rose from Digg.com and became the most popular person on Twitter. According to Twitterholic, a website that measures the “followers” of Twitter… Continue reading Obama Takes #1 Spot on Twitter
The long awaited iPhone 3G was released on Friday, July 11th. But what should have been a happy and joyous day for iPhone fans, ended up being an exercise in frustration for many. AT&T’s insistence on trying to activate the phones in store taxed Apple’s authentication server (more info) and caused lines to move at… Continue reading iPhone 3G Launch and Network Problems
Wish you knew where your friends and family were at all times? Have you heard of Loopt yet? Loopt is a mobile phone application that enables users to spy on see the location of their friends on an interactive map (see image below). The application also allows you to message friends in your general area… Continue reading Loopt Coming Soon to the iPhone 3G
A massive new online business is scheduled to launch on July 11: Apple’s App Store – an online hub for third party iPhone and iPod Touch applications. Beginning later this month, developers will begin to upload apps to the store accessible by iPhone users or to a new section of the iTunes Store, sharing revenue… Continue reading Developers and Consumers Get Ready for Apple’s iPhone App Store
There’s no doubt that an iPhone update is imminent. But while nearly everyone has agreed on that, nobody knows anything definite about the specifics… except that the new iPhone will be compatible with the Microsoft Exchange email services. There’s a link on the main Apple.com iPhone page where you can apply to be a beta… Continue reading iPhone 3G and WWDC Announcement Predictions
iTunes is much more than a digital music jukebox. It’s capable of handling many different tasks involving digital media. Some of iTunes’ most popular features include buying music and vidoes online, burning CDs, and syncing files with your iPod or iPhone. But one of the lesser known functions hidden within iTunes is the ability to… Continue reading Converting Audio File Formats in iTunes
The band Weezer posted their new music video called “Pork and Beans” on YouTube. The video features a huge collection of “internet stars” from Tay “Chocolate Rain” Zonday to Chris “Leave Britney Alone” Crocker. Weezer even plays in front of a huge deluge tribute to “Coke + Mentos“. Weezer’s new self-titled “Red Album” comes out… Continue reading New Weezer Video Features YouTube Celebs