These meatball-shaped, bubble gum flavored gumballs are super tasty and extra chewy. If you don’t believe us, just look on the back of each package where Manny the Meatball proclaims, “Atsa chewy meatball.” How can you doubt the emphatic assertion of a talking meatball?
Valve's (Counter Strike, Half Life 2, Portal) attempt at a zombie FPS. Best way to describe it...its 28 Days Later: The Game with the action cranked to the max. The game is pretty solid and the multiplayer is amazing, but does have some interest as a single player game as well. They even have a vs. mode where you can play as the zombies against the players themselves.
Pros: -Great online gameplay. -Smart A.I. for both the zombies and computer controlled survivors. -Innovative attack and defense methods.
Cons: -More levels should have been added. -A wider selection of weapons in game. -Custom character creation.
Replay Value: High
Total Score: 8.5 of 10
Game review by MoPo forum member Midnightrose. Hit the link below for more...
This is the simplest portable GPS locating device available, ideal for finding your car after shopping, returning to a favorite spot on the beach, or returning to camp. Simply push a button to mark your current location and the device points the way back.
Nearly the size of a drink coaster, the compact receiver fits easily on a keychain, in a pocket, or in a purse. Unlike typical GPS units that are highly complex, this one only has two buttons: one for power, another for setting your starting point and two other destinations.
These ski snowboard goggles use electronic optic technology developed for Air Force pilots that adjusts the tint of the lenses from light to dark at the touch of a button, providing flexibility, comfort, and safety for skiers and snowboarders while ensuring exceptional image clarity.
Perfectly compatible with helmets, the goggles completely eliminate the need to carry multiple pairs of goggles with various tints in order to adapt to changing light conditions.
Its unique LCD-like VALiD™ lens construction permits the tint to change from light to dark in as little as 1/10th of a second when the internal liquid crystals are activated by two included CR2032 batteries that provide up to 200 hours of use.
We want to wish all of you a Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at MoPo. Today is the one day of the year that we all acknowledge the many things we are thankful for so we think it is important to let you know that one of the “many things” we are thankful for is you, our readers. From all of us here, have a Happy Thanksgiving!
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The inexorable march of technology has rendered my 4:3 aspect ratio 19" LCD mod and my pump-less water cooled PC obsolete, so when I saw at 24" wide screen monitor on sale for $299.00 I grabbed it with the intent on making a Steampunk All-in-One PC.
Bland, unimaginative office furniture is an all too common occurrence in offices around the world and surely the most depressing part of the worker's average day is the office cubicle.
Designed in order to (cheaply) cram as many human beings into a room as possible whilst also giving a false sense of privacy, the majority of office cubicles look the same apart from a couple of family photographs and a calendar.
We've assembled a few of the most creative and/or humorous examples of pimped office cubicles that you will ever see.
Below - One of the most popular cubicle pranks can be seen in this photograph. Hardcore cubicle wrappings will leave no object uncovered. See more photos here.
The Tent of Doom
Below - One of the earliest examples of a pimped cubicle, designed by Jamie Zawinski. We're not sure if the camouflage served its purpose but 10 out of 10 for effort.
A Day at Work Foiled
Below - Another classic cubicle prank, this one especially impressive. All items of furniture have been tightly covered in foil, even down to individual pens. See more photos here.
No Need for Bathroom Breaks
Below - One of the most extravagant cubicle redesigns ever greeted a worker by the name of Mark on his return to the office. The attention to detail is commendable, highlights including a working sink and a toilet paper holder. See more here.
Working in Style
Below - The only info relating to the cubicle above is the photograph itself, but what a photo it is. Maybe this kind of decor should be a standard, although the cigars may cause some health and safety problems.
Below - Stewart Douglas returned back to work after a 3 week holiday to find small house surrounding his cubicle. Here's his return on camera...
The World's Most Luxurious Cubicle?
Below - There's cubicle pimping, then there's Jared Nielsen's cubicle. Red mahogany wall paneling, dark cherry hardwood floor, oriental rug, antique table.... the list goes on. If only he'd spent some of that money on shoes.
This PC modded into a Dreamcast is pretty damn spiffy. Well, that is unless you are a die hard Dreamcast fan, then you might be a little upset. I snagged a couple pictures for those of you too lazy to click the link.
Your password is 12 characters long and has 36,703,444,869,877,760 combinations. It takes 133,526.35 hours or 5,563.60 days to crack your password on computer that tries 137,438,953,472 passwords per hour. This is based on a typical PC processor in 2008 and that the processor is under 10% load.
This remote-control tarantula scurries across flat surfaces like an actual arachnid, moving forwards, backwards, and rotates 360°. It has a hairy exterior, similar to the urticating hairs that cover a tarantula's abdomen and serve as defense mechanisms against predators, and the spider's eight legs move independently and the eyes light up, allowing you to frighten unsuspecting arachnophobes day or night.
This set of regulation-size and weight (5 1/4 oz.) billiard balls illuminate and flash for two seconds upon impact with the cue ball, other balls, or the rail, creating a streak of light.
Each ball has four integrated LEDs that are powered by a battery that provides up to 50,000 flashes per ball. Balls are made of acrylic, coated with a tough, clear polymer finish, and come in a solid oak storage case lined with cushioned compartments.
Apple is getting quite the track record in the UK isn't it? This is the second iPhone ad to be banned this year for being misleading. This time around, the powers that be decided that Apple’s claims of “really fast” are really misleading. What is misleading? Apparently claiming you can do all this in 30 seconds:
When I was 5 years old, my mom always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down “happy.” They told me I didn’t understand the assignment and I told them they didn’t understand life.
This popcorn maker that can provide fresh, cinema-quality popcorn for your home theater guests. Made by Waring, and using the same design found in movie theaters, the 600-watt thermostatically controlled stainless steel kettle heats up quickly, and is side hinged for easy access and cleaning.
This is the device that captures Internet Podcasts and saves them on your iPod or other MP3 player without the need for a computer. The device plugs into your existing home network and downloads Podcasts directly onto your iPod, MP3 player, or even a USB flash drive.
Your iPod uses iTunes to browse Podcasts; your MP3 player uses a web browser. There is no proprietary software to download or install, and the device automatically provides power and recharging for your connected iPod or other MP3 player.
There is a guy in Australia that owns the country’s largest private computer museum and he runs it all from his own home. Hit the link to see more than 50 pictures of his collection. I snagged a few to get you started:
His collection is vast, from a 1920s Julius Totalisator, the first UNIX PDP-7, a classic DEC PDP-8, the original IBM PC, Apple’s Lisa, MITS Altair 8800, numerous punch cards and over 6000 computer reference books. And more.
People are suing their employers because they are not being paid while their PCs boot-up and shut down. What the!?!? Look, I am not taking a side here….but…don’t you punch in when you get to work and punch out when you leave? Boot up and shut down in between those times. Two thousand cases solved, next problem please.
Slurpee… check. Hot dog… check. Fallout 3… check. Gamespot is reporting that 7-Eleven is adding video games to their shelves of snacks and Slurpee cups.
I can personally confirm this as I was in a 7-Eleven a couple nights ago and was surprised to see cards with game art and the actual games behind the counter. Great idea for the 24x7 instant gratification crowd.
This unique alarm clock uses advanced speech recognition technology that lets you easily set the time and alarm via voice commands and responds to queries such as "What time is it" with vocalized answers.
The unit recognizes 10 spoken commands, including "Set alarm," "Set time," "Check alarm," "What is the date," "Alarm sound" (buzzer, chime, or bell), "Stop" (snooze for 5 minutes), and "Temperature" (current room temperature).
Built from the original 1890 plans designed by the Swiss Army, this is the knife made in Delémont, Switzerland by world-renowned cutlery specialist Wenger. The plans were kept in the Swiss Federal War Materiel Administration's archives until 1901 when the Swiss Army commissioned Wenger--then just an eight year-old company--to make the multi-functional knife, now considered the prototype after which all subsequent Swiss Army knives have been modeled.
Drawing upon over a century of tradition that demanded precise attention to exact standards, the knife is hand-assembled from rosewood, and includes four stainless steel tools: a knife blade, flat screwdriver, can opener, and a sharpened punch. The handle scales are made from vulcanized rubber--the original material that was later supplanted by metal. Part of a limited edition, each individually numbered knife is one of 1,893 being made to commemorate Wenger's first year of operation.
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The world’s largest LED sign lit up in New York (where else besides Times Square? on Friday and Gizmodo got to see how it works up close and behind the scenes. Follow the jump for pics, specs, and details.
Each side of the sign, designed by D3 LED, requires a 48-drive RAID pumping data at a rate of 3.2GB/second to a custom-built PC. From there, the data is fed through graphics cards to multiple DVI pipes, which lead to six DVI pixel splitters (known as a Spyders).
The world of bubblegum- related comics was forever changed Monday, when, after more than 50 years, the Bazooka Joe supporting character known as "Mort" finally revealed the lower half of his face to be a grotesque mask of third-degree burns.
Two hundred and fifty miles above the Earth puts you a long way from the nearest kitchen tap. And at $15,000 a pint, the cost of shipping fresh water aboard the space shuttle is, well, astronomical.
So astronauts on the International Space Station have to recapture every possible drop. That includes water evaporated from showers, shaving, tooth brushing and hand washing, plus perspiration and water vapor that collects within the astronauts' space suits. They even transfer water from the fuel cells that provide electric power to the space shuttle.
This USB Digital Microscope allows you to capture some incredibly high quality images and video and display them on your PC using a simple USB connection. View specimens collected around the house, backyard, your desk, or the fridge.
Look at the micro-printing on a dollar bill or examine the traces on your motherboard. This microscope provides you an easy way to zoom in on a wide variety of objects to satisfy your curiosity of the world around you. Ever wondered what lint looks like or the mold growing on your week-old bagels? Now you can find out.
We are certain you've seen these plasma balls before. They've been around ever since bad hair bands from the eighties. Recently they've become available in tech friendly USB versions so we've decided to put this classic on your must have list.
Our only question really is why can't we have amazing, affordable, *NEW* desktop science toys invented in the twenty first century? Things like mini USB desktop wormholes, or keychain Schroedinger's kitten boxes? If you can't give us jetpacks, at least make some for our action figures...
One thing we don't like about new tech is the obsolescence of media formats it inevitably creates. We expect our collection of original Star Trek episodes on VHS to last until our great great great grandchildren get fed up and launch them into space as a huge ball of trash where they can later be enjoyed by aliens. Luckily the Ion USB VCR gets our old VHS tapes one step closer to immortality by encoding them digitally for transfer to DVD, iPod or any other newfangled video playing device.
The included EZ VHS Converter software lets you burn your videos to DVD, watch on your PSP, iPod or laptop computer. Exported MPEG4 video is compatible with select mobile phones and portable multimedia devices. Connect your VHS, VHS-C, or 8MM camcorder to the front panel jacks to backup your camcorder videos. When you're finished archiving your videos to your computer, VCR 2 PC is the perfect VHS player for any room in the house.
Picture it: Lassie returns to the house barking. "What is it girl? Timmy's fallen down the well?" And then everyone runs to get that little fool out. But it's too late. Goldie already saved Timmy's sorry butt. Because Goldie is the goldfish you trained with your R2 Fish Training School Kit - and fish lives in the well! Ok, so that was a little overdramatic, but when you put your fish though Fish School, you'll be amazed by the talent of your little scaly friend.
Take a sec and watch the video, we'll wait . . . done? No stunt fish or special effects were used; that was an actual fish trained using this kit. You get everything you need to teach your fish to play football, play soccer, limbo, weave, fetch, go through tubes, and more! And then you can quit your job and go on tour. It'll be just you, Twinkie the fish, and the open road. With the R2 Fish Training School Kit and a little perseverance, the world is your oyster . . . well, goldfish.
DVICE has a pretty cool list of five tech predictions from 1968 that were dead-on and five that…well, weren’t so dead on. This guy had some pretty amazing predictions. Even the ones that didn’t come true are still pretty close.
1968 PREDICTION "The single most important item in 2008 households is the computer… Computers also handle travel reservations, relay telephone messages, keep track of birthdays and anniversaries, compute taxes and even figure the monthly bills for electricity, water, telephone and other utilities."
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Like having a flatscreen monitor tucked in your pocket, this ultra-compact projector plays video and displays images at up to 20"-diag., even when you don't have access to a computer or electricity.
Using LCOS technology (the same found in most projection televisions) and a bright LED rated for 30,000 hours, the projector displays clear images at 640x480 resolution with a 20:1 contrast ratio from a connected device such as a laptop, PDA, PSP, DVD player, or iPod.
As a standalone device, it can play MP4 or AVI video transferred via USB to its 1GB internal memory, or from a micro-SD memory card. It also projects JPG, GIF, and BMP images and plays MP3 audio through its built-in speaker.
This is the natural-light-simulating lamp that emits the wavelength of morning sunlight and helps restore a more natural, restful sleep pattern. Many clinical studies show that increased exposure to natural light helps regulate energy levels and moods, and can help re-establish the body's natural circadian rhythm.
The words “Last picture taken” before his or her death conjure up many emotions, whether in front of the camera or behind it. This list consists of 10 last time stamps in history taken of and by some fascinating individuals.
Are you a tech-guy? Are you tough? Nevermind, do you want to look tough? Then get one of these eHolster things. Each eHolster comes with a 100% guarantee that you will receive one of those cool “extra special” searches they hand out at the airport. Act now and well throw in “laughing and pointing” at no extra cost! iPhone sold separately, not available where prohibited by law or places where an ounce of dignity still exists.
Take a seat back in time with this nostalgic Pan Am airplane window. Interesting and unique, the window is a part of the last existing Pan American Boeing 707, the N880PA, making it a rare and extraordinary collectors piece for pilots, airplane aficionados, world travelers and anyone who keeps their eyes on the skies.
Made entirely of aluminum and includes necessary mounting hardware and instructions. Pan American, a household name in air travel used the Boeing 707 for the first pure-jet service from New York to Paris.
Winner of the prestigious German Toy Award in Electronics and Technology, this is the first remote-controlled car fueled entirely by hydrogen. The included fueling station is powered by a solar panel and uses electrolysis to safely deconstruct ordinary tap water into hydrogen and oxygen atoms.
SuperSpeed USB brings significant power and performance enhancements to the popular USB standard while offering backward compatibility with billions of USB-enabled PCs and peripheral devices currently in use by consumers.
Delivering data transfer rates up to ten times faster than Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0) with optimized power efficiency, SuperSpeed USB is the next step in the continued evolution of USB technology.
Another word from the world wide web has made it into the dictionary and what other way to celebrate the induction of the word “meh” than with total indifference? Get it?
The word, which beat hundreds of other suggestions from members of the public, will feature in the 30th anniversary edition of the dictionary, which is to be published next year. Though the word apparently originates from North America, Collins said it was now widely used on the Internet, and was increasingly seen in British spoken English.
This is the scale that displays the nutritional facts about food items in the same, simple format found on all food product packaging as mandated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Ten key elements of weighed foods are displayed, including calories, calories from fat, carbohydrates, protein, cholesterol, sodium, and more. An internal database stores the nutritional value of 999 foods and has the capacity to memorize an additional 99 foods you can program with the key pad on the scale.
This palm-sized GPS instantly determines the distance to the green, water hazards, and bunkers, and calculates how far you've hit each shot from anywhere on 15,000 courses worldwide.
The golf GPS renders the details of each hole on a 2 1/4" high-resolution color LCD and determines how far you are from obstacles and reference points (accurate to within three to seven yards), including bunkers, water hazards, trees, hills, and out-of-bounds markers.
The device calculates the distances to the front and back of each green, bunker, and water hazard, helping you determine club- and shot-selections.
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High Dynamic Range Imaging was originally developed in the 1930s and 1940s by Charles Wyckoff. Wyckoff's detailed pictures of nuclear explosions appeared on the cover of Life magazine in the mid 1940s.
Photography by MoPo forum member LukeF Hit the link below for more...
Oblong Industries, the brains behind the cool gesture-based OS used by Tom Cruise in Minority Report, have released a video showing off their work in bringing it to reality. There are more details on the “Spatial Operating Environment” available at Oblong’s website. I hope they make the “Mark as Junk Mail” gesture a middle finger or a punch.
This training device helps you to exercise hard-to-reach core abdominal and oblique muscles while allowing you to improve balance and coordination without having to go to a gym.
The board has a non-slip platform with raised rubber toe and heel plates for better traction, and when mounted and activated using the remote control, the board pitches and yaws at three different speedsslow, medium, or fastforcing your abdominal muscles to contract in order for you to keep balance, resulting in a low-impact core workout.
Made by Namco®, designers of the original Pac-Man arcade video game in 1980, this full-sized console is identical to those systems played in arcades for years. Complete with the original programming that gave Pac-Man such a distinctive, groundbreaking feel, the game recreates the glowing maze, pac dots, ghosts, and yellow chomping hero in exacting detail.
A crisp Wells Gardner 19" monitor (not a computer monitor) doesn't let a single classic visual detail escape the eye, and the integrated speakers produce the classic "Wocka, wocka, wocka" that has echoed through arcades for 28 years.
Google’s year long stock slide has brought shares in the company down to the $290 mark. This is the first time since 2005 that shares in Google have dipped below the $300 marks. This time last year Google’s stock was just under $750 a share. What a difference a year makes.
It was just more than a year ago, on November 1, 2007, that Google's stock price climbed above $700 for the first time, reaching a high of $741 later that month and leading some analysts and bloggers to speculate that it could hit $1,000 in due time. But by mid-January, the once-unsinkable stock had fallen below $600 and has not yet recovered.
This is the only device that uses your voice to control an iPod's functions, keeping your hands free. With the device clipped to your lapel or hung around the neck and your iPod securely in a pocket, verbal commands control all basic iPod functions, including play, stop, next and previous track, and rewind.
Saying "volume up" or "volume down" commands the iPod to increase or decrease the volume level by one increment. The device plugs into your iPod's dock connector and your headphones plug into the device's audio jack. It draws its power from the iPod, and thus requires no batteries.
Capable of being rolled up into a pouch the size of a small handbag, this is the world's most portable musical keyboard, allowing you to play impromptu performances virtually anywhere.
The electronic piano has 49 soft rubber keys that cover a four-octave range from C3 to C6 and are attached to a flexible neoprene pad (the same material used in wetsuits) that rolls into a compact cylinder for convenient portability.
The keys are sensitive enough to be played with a light touch for relaxed playing, and will allow up to 10 keys to be used at a single time, making it ideal for duets. The attached control panel houses a stereo speaker, volume control, and a jack for connecting your headphones or an amplifier.
The control panel is programmed with 100 different tones and rhythms each, for a variety of musical instrument sounds and tempos, and the keyboard can record and play back your performances up to 52 notes in length.
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Even by mini-notebook standards, this thing is tiny. Specs are fairly impressive for its size too, it has an Atom processor, 1GB of RAM, up to 32GB of SSD storage and a touchscreen with a 1024 x 600 resolution.
This toy blaster makes and launches softball-sized snowballs up to 80', allowing rapid, long-range assaults during neighborhood snowball confrontations. Simply place snow in the forming chamber and close the lid, and it packs three perfectly spherical snowballs.
To blast your mark, place one snowball in the muzzle, aim the launcher, and pull back the slingshot mechanism. Because the blaster is powered by elastomers instead of batteries, it provides uninterrupted, fast-action play. Made of durable, cold-resistant plastic.
This is the alarm clock that pounds its fists and opens its mouth while "shouting" its alarm. As your selected wake-up time approaches to within five minutes, its feet and body will begin to glow, and when the alarm sounds, it begins tapping its arms lightly, but if you are dilatory in touching its snooze sensor by more than one minute, it launches into its full tantrum routine (turns off after an hour of unabated whining).
Ken Imhoff began building the sportscar after falling in love with it during the movie Cannonball Run, reports the Daily Telegraph.
But it took him 17 years to build his own version of the car in the basement of his home in Wisconsin. However, when he finished assembling it, he was confronted with the problem of how to get the car out.
Designed to resemble a classic amplifier for an electric guitar, this iPod speaker delivers crisp digital audio from its full-range 5-watt driver. Just like its on-stage cousins, it has three functional dials for volume, treble, and bass control--a rarity among MP3 speakers.
This kayak-canoe hybrid has a transparent polymer hull that offers paddlers an underwater vista of aquatic wildlife and waterscapes unavailable in conventional boats. Seating two people, the sturdy canoe hull is made of the same durable material found in the cockpit canopies of supersonic fighter jets. Easy to maneuver, the wide canoe displaces a greater amount of water for more surface stability, and the paddlers sit lower to the deck, resulting in better balance.
If you are a user of AVG’s virus scanning program running Windows XP, make sure you read this. The program is flagging an essential Windows system file as a virus and telling people to delete it. Once deleted, your system will go into a continuous reboot cycle or no longer boot.
An update for the AVG virus scanner released yesterday contained an incorrect virus signature, which led it to think user32.dll contained the Trojan Horses PSW.Banker4.APSA or Generic9TBN. AVG then recommended deleting this file; this causes the affected systems to either stop booting or go into a continuous reboot cycle. So far, the problem only appears to affect Windows XP, but there is no guarantee that other versions of Windows don’t have the same issue.
During times of war, individual acts of heroism occur frequently; only a few are ever recorded and receive official recognition. By remembering all who have served, we recognize their willingly-endured hardships and fears, taken upon themselves so that we could live in peace.
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Bankruptcy is a time for reflection, we guess, so we put together a nice little time line of Circuit City's precipitous decline over the past 2 years. We begin our journey in March of 2007, when Circuit City announced that it was firing everyone who knew what 1080p meant so that they could hire cheaper labor...
There is now a YouTube video of that robotic walking device we showed you last week. Seeing it in motion is rather impressive but there is still that lingering feeling that if something goes wrong…that device is in a bad place.
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Some measure time with a pendulum. Others measure it with springs. Still others rely on crystals. We monkeys prefer monitoring the subtle oscillations of cesium atoms in a vacuum. Pick your own way - make it yours. See, Time is a constant companion and should be feared and respected.
This clock is unique in that its mechanism is exposed for all to see. Notice how the plates rotate against a bent metal finger that releases them only when it is the next plate's turn to fall. Watch the curious dance - the harmony of motors and gears. See, originally this clock had a case covering it, but through a happy accident, it was forgotten. It looks even cooler the way it is, so there you have it.
Electronics and fire have never been friends and you could even say they are essentially sworn enemies. But in the case of this USB flash drive they have decided to call a truce. Long standing differences have been put aside to create a product that is both practical and very unique.
This flash drive has an ample 8GB capacity and the lighter is refillable. The USB connector slides out of the bottom of the metal case, using a small slider lever located on the side of the lighter. The lighter has a polished chrome finish and an adjustable flame.
For a wristwatch to be considered truly geeky it should have one of two things - the ability to play audio and video or some kind of communication functionality (like a built-in cell phone). Well, you can definitely put a big bold check mark in the "yes" column for the Metallic Video Watch with OLED Screen.
With a full color screen this watch displays video and images very nicely with a 128x128 pixel resolution. The OLED screen is crisp and bright and the watch itself is surprisingly well proportioned (not thick or bulky). It also has a stylish band and metal case.
Every mythic hero normally has an equally mythic weapon. Zeus had his thunderbolts. Thor had his hammer, Mjolnir. King Arthur had his Excalibur. Frodo and Bilbo had their Sting. Rhydderch Hael had his Dyrnwyn. King Kong had his bananas…you get the idea. It's time for you to join the ranks of the heroes and heroines of lore as you wield your own legendary weapon in your battle against a very powerful foe: hunger.
These gloves have a small joystick on the exterior that sends a wireless signal to an iPod, allowing you to play and pause music, change tracks, and alter the volume without taking off the gloves.
Simply connect the RF receiver to an iPod and the glove controls the music player from up to 60' away. The joystick on the back of the hand is small enough to go unnoticed, yet prominent enough to ensure confident control.
The fully insulated ski gloves are waterproof and have a breathable lining that wicks away moisture. The shell is made from abrasion-resistant nylon, the fingertips are wrapped in durable pigskin, and the elastic cinch cords keep out snow and ice.
This small, lightweight, shock-resistant, and waterproof video camera can be clipped to a helmet, handlebar, ski pole, snorkel, or just about anywhere else, allowing you to capture hands-free video footage while snowboarding, skateboarding, skiing, cycling, or snorkeling.
With a 53" field-of-view for wide-angle shots, the camera takes pictures or records videos at 30 frames per second and includes 32MB of internal memory, which can store up to 1,158 VGA pictures or 11 minutes of video at 320 x 240 QQVGA or 640 x 480 VGA resolution. It has an SD card expansion slot so you can add up to 4GB of memory for 3 1/2 hours of additional video storage.
Camera mounts include a U-shaped clip and hook-and-loop fasteners to grip arms, legs, helmets, or bike frame.
This post is about the desktop operating systems that fly under the radar of most people. We are definitely not talking about Windows, Mac OS X or Linux, or even BSD or Solaris. There are much less mainstream options out there for the OS-curious.
the design of the cassette tape was resolved in the 1960s by the dutch electronics company philips as a portable alternative to the large vinyl formats. having not been patented the cassette tape design was quickly copied by many manufacturers leading to its widespread use.
For the most part the Chinese web will feel a lot like home. You will, however, begin to notices differences if you start asking Google about sensitive issues (for example Tananmen Square protests, or Pro Tibetan issues).
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A beta is like hooking up with a girl just to say, "yeah, I f***ed her." I know that sounds crude, but it's the honest-to-God truth. Once you play a beta, you can check it off your list--you can say, "yeah, I played it." Then you might not feel motivated to get that initial cherry popping from the proper, final game.
Microsoft has officially retired Windows 3.x after 18 years. Wait. What? Who knew they were still handing out Windows 3.x licenses? That has to be some kind of record.
On 1 November Microsoft stopped issuing licences for the software that made its debut in May 1990 in the US. The various versions of Windows 3.x (including 3.11) released in the early 1990s, were the first of Microsoft's graphical user interfaces to win huge worldwide success.
A fantasist was jailed for two years today after conning police into thinking he was a James Bond-style secret agent.
Michael Newitt, 41, was sentenced at Leicester Crown Court for impersonating a police officer and possessing fake ID cards, replica guns and articles of police uniform. Newitt arrived at Hinckley police station, in Leicestershire, claiming that he was “Commander Newitt” of the Metropolitan Police.
While things might be topsy-turvy in the financial markets above ground, it’s still a bull market in the boneyard. The 13 famous names that make up our Top-Earning Dead Celebrities earned a combined $194 million over the last 12 months.
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When officials asked for the Welsh translation of a road sign, they thought the reply was what they needed.
Unfortunately, the e-mail response to Swansea council said in Welsh: "I am not in the office at the moment. Send any work to be translated". So that was what went up under the English version which barred lorries from a road near a supermarket.
"When they're proofing signs, they should really use someone who speaks Welsh," said journalist Dylan Iorwerth.
October turned out to be a milestone month for the City of Miami. For the first time in more than 40 years, there were no murders in the city's limit for an entire month. The last time the city experienced no homicides for an entire month was in 1966.
Aaron Fotheringham went into the record books as a pioneer in wheelchair sports Saturday. Guinness World Records recorded the Northwest Las Vegas resident, in front of a crowd of more than 300 at Doc Romeo Park, as the first to complete a back flip in a wheelchair.
"It feels awesome to get this," said Fotheringham, 16, who performed the flip before the Vegas AmJam skatepark competition. To achieve the trick, Fotheringham, rolled down a skatepark ramp to generate enough speed. He then went up another ramp and landed his flip on flat ground.
This seamless mouth-blown wine glass from Italy can hold an entire bottle of wine, or serve as an impressive display for olives, candies, or floating candles, and is available only from Hammacher Schlemmer. Although it holds two liters of liquid, the classically-shaped glass allows users to assure that they, in all honesty, had only one glass of wine.
These are the nutcrackers handcrafted from hardwood to depict the iconic characters from the Star Wars movies: Darth Vader®, R2-D2®, and Yoda®. Darth Vader stands 10" tall and is draped in a vinyl cape, capped by his signature black helmet.
He holds his red lightsaber and is decorated with details including vinyl boots, his breathing apparatus, and chest control unit. R2-D2 stands 7" tall displaying his handpainted circuitry; his anterior louvered vents conceal the "cracker." Master Jedi Yoda stands 7 1/2" tall with his walking stick and his humble burlap robe.
This is the genuine Whac-A-Mole game that operates exactly like the ones found in amusement parks and carnivals--five mole heads pop up randomly while you attempt to bash each with a mallet for points. This timeless arcade game comes in a classic arcade-style case with original mole heads and features full-color artwork.
Scoring is kept just as it is in the original game using a three-digit LCD. Built-in speakers provide authentic sound effects. Includes two padded leather mallets. Plugs into AC. In standard arcade-style case with original mole heads
This is the device that converts videos and images from your digital camcorder or digital camera directly to a DVD for playback on a DVD player, unlike other complex units that require you to first download content to a PC and configure conversion software.
Video is converted to the MPEG-2 standard DVD format at 6x speed and will span two or more DVDs if required, depending upon the length of the video. Once videos have been burned to a DVD, they can be previewed on the unit's 2 1/2" LCD. It is also capable of converting digital video from a DVR and analog video from VCRs using an RCA cable, allowing you to convert older home videos.
It supports five different camera memory card types, including MemoryStick, MemoryStick Pro Duo, SecureDigital, Compact Flash, or xD Picture Card formats, allowing you to plug them directly into the device and create slideshows of up to 2,000 images on the burned DVD. The device will also create a menu and title for each DVD from preset designs.
This desktop missile launcher uses pressurized air to shoot three foam projectiles up to 10', and unlike lesser models, this one does not require the use of batteries and is powered by a PC via USB cable. The included software CD installs a control panel on your computer, allowing you to swivel the launcher 180°, tilt 45°, and shoot missiles at unsuspecting targets at the touch of a button.
This is a chess board that plugs into a computer for challenging play against another player or the computer itself, and rolls up to the size of a newspaper for easy transport. The flexible rubber board plugs into a USB port, and the included software memorizes where each piece has been moved in the event a game must be suspended.
The software also provides hints during the game and enables you to save pictures of a game in-progress for play-by-e-mail games; it can replay an entire game on your computer's screen, allowing you to see where you made a fatal move. Three levels of challenge provide tutoring for beginners and challenging scenarios for intermediate players.
“A North Carolina man found more than just bread when he opened up a bag of hot dog buns. Bruce Van Dyne says, “I was cooking dinner and I brought these out and I opened them up.” An unwelcome condiment on his hot dog bun. Bruce says, “that’s our little friend right there. And that clearly is a mouse.” The rodent’s parts he says, are pretty easy to make out.” w/ photo & video.