Sat, 09/05/2009 - 17:45
This is truly an amazing grocery/shopping cart. Just think of how much shopping you could get done with a cart like this one!
Fri, 01/12/2007 - 14:04
The US Air Force has assigned the 'X' status to the new Scramjet powered X-51. The X was first used in the 1940s to identify eXperimental supersonic aircraft. Read more »
Sun, 01/07/2007 - 20:59
I am beginning the plans of a new house... electrical, plumping, LAN, security, and Home automation. And one of the first new toy that I bought was a label maker. Yes my new exciting label making will instantly make me a wiring guru and first class professional.
Maybe not but it sure is going to make running all of the those wires a lot more fun! Now I get to plan a whole wiring scheme for my new construction. Read more »
Fri, 10/20/2006 - 21:48
It seems that I am constantly amazed by two things: The really cool features found on overseas mobile phones and 2) that US phones are constantly lagging behind.
With the way that US markets devour techie gadgets with disposable incomes, I am always surprised that companies don't include these features right away. Even 6-12 months later would be one thing, normally "IF" the US gets a feature it will be about 2 years after the fact. Read more »
Sat, 09/23/2006 - 17:15
A company called Wicked Lasers offers more than a simple pointing device. These things are fire starters. Prices range from $99-$3499. But if you need a 300mW laser and a range of 120 miles this is the place to turn to for your Star Wars needs.
Burn through plastic and start fires the hi-tech way!
Wed, 06/21/2006 - 17:38
I have been needing a new cellphone for about 3 months. Mine and my wife's was slowly dying. I had been with t-mobile for almost 4 years, without an upgrade. But I ended up switching to Cingular for 2 main reasons: 1) T-Mobile did not carry any exciting new tech mobiles. For being a European based company most of their phones more Motorolas and lack many advanced features. 2) They would not give me much of anything for a new mobile upgrade. It was cheaper to switch than to buy a new phone. I ended up with a great Sony Ericsson w600i. The features that interested me the most: Read more »