iSkin have a new line of laptop cases that should inspire us all; instead of carrying our laptops around in dull sleeves or black executive bags it should be okay to consider something radically different. Their top range is the set of bags that fall under the Silo category and these are available in Slim,… Continue reading iSkin’s Silo Range Adds a Touch of Class to Laptop Cases
Young & Cute Online is featuring a marriage of retro and modern in this auto flip alarm desk clock. The clock looks to be a quality retro modern alarm clock which will spice up any desk featuring an alarm and a blue light and weighs just less than two pounds. The flip clock includes a… Continue reading Retro Modern Auto Flip Alarm Desk Clock
Welcome to the 1950s as the GE Drape-O-Matic is an automatic drape controller featured in the typical 1950s light blue. The product looks brand new and includes the original box with instructions and has been tested to work. Mount this GE Drape-O-Matic on the wall and the drape string goes into a hole at the… Continue reading GE Drape-o-Matic
This is video is (insert your own superlative here); let’s just say fantastic. Or perhaps as the Guinness guys say “Brilliant!” What would happen if a bunch of very pixelated video games came to life and ‘attacked’ New York City? I’ve watched this 3 times already, and it’s still amazing. PS> You may want to… Continue reading Watch as 80s video game characters turn NYC into pixels
If you’re a retro-gamer, then you’re going to need to get an iPad and iCade, which is a litte mini arcade frame for your iPad to slide into. Then you can play thousands of old school, classic games like Donkey Kong, Q-bert, Pac-Man & Space Invaders with a joystick and classic buttons. Naturally, the app… Continue reading iCade for iPad turns your iPad into a retro arcade cabinet!
This is simply really creative and sooo appropriate if you’re a child of the 80s and a computer/gaming geek. Illustrator Carla Berrocal created this wedding invitation that is pays homage to the blocky graphics of the Atari era of video games. Nicely done Carla. via Switched and BuzzFeed
Retro is in – it’s time to dig out all those Etch-a-Sketchs and Diablos and get playing! More alarm clock gadgets. This one looks like a Rubik’s cube, and includes time, date, alarm and temperature. To keep the cube theme going, you rotate the top row to switch between the different functions. Not as easy… Continue reading Rubik’s Cube Alarm Clock
Here are some of our notable articles for the past week. First we pondered whether Twitter’s popularity would last. Google News now has a Timeline of Events – nice feature. We noticed that YouTube were looking to accept full length and legal content, while Fuijitsu have developed some secure new memory sticks. Adobe announced their… Continue reading Article Recap for the Week Ending Apr 24, 2009