Black & Decker Revinvents the Shredder with the iShred Vertical Shredder

Shredding your sensitive documents is always the best thing you can do, and a large proportion of households invest in shredders to help reduce the risk of identity theft in this modern world. The only problem with shredders is that their design hasn’t really altered from when they were first brought to the personal and… Continue reading Black & Decker Revinvents the Shredder with the iShred Vertical Shredder

Victorinix says their latest Secure Pro Swiss Army Knife is ‘Unhackable’

Victorinix of Swiss Army Knife fame, has a new model of their utility knife with a USB memory stick, the Secure Pro. This is another of their models that they say is unhackable. They stood behind that claim and offered a £100,000 prize to a team of professional hackers if they could break into it… Continue reading Victorinix says their latest Secure Pro Swiss Army Knife is ‘Unhackable’

GoogleCL is Command Line Tool for Google Services

For you command-line junkies out there who would like to interact with your Google services in a likewise manner, your prayers have been answered. GoogleCL (Google Command Line) lets you interact with Blogger, Calendar, Contacts, Docs, Picasa and YouTube. Now you can do things like: google calendar add “Lunch with Jim at noon tomorrow” or… Continue reading GoogleCL is Command Line Tool for Google Services

Autoloading Screwdriver – fires the right bit into place

Do-It-Yourself can be a pain – especially that small DIY job that’s really precise. This is only exacerbated by not having the right tools for the job. This Autoloading Screwdriver however brings us one step closer to a pain-free life. This device is perfect for the geeky DIY enthusiast as its handle is packed full… Continue reading Autoloading Screwdriver – fires the right bit into place

Calibrate your HD TV with this free tool

You may not know it, but there’s a good chance your high-def TV is not calibrated properly. Essentially, yellow should look like yellow on every TV, but it usually doesn’t because either you or the factory or the store tweaked the TV. What you should do is get a calibration DVD that walks you through… Continue reading Calibrate your HD TV with this free tool

Ditch your RSS reader & replace it with Twitter?

Tech writer Don Reisinger feels that you can use Twitter to effectively replace your RSS reader. He makes a case for following everyone that follows you and following every site that you have in your RSS reader. I can’t say I completely agree. Here’s why: for starters, I follow easily over 200 RSS feeds, and… Continue reading Ditch your RSS reader & replace it with Twitter?