Yes folks, the Voice Band iPhone app will transform your voice into a musical instrument in real time. Just sing into the iPhone, and your humming will become a guitar, a bass, a synth, and lots more! Only $3 at the iPhone app store. [Via Gizmag]
For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, Amazon.com has the Altec Lansing Backbeat Titanium Earphones for only $19.97 (80% off). Originally priced at $99.99, these earphones feature titanium-enhanced micro-speakers for full-spectrum sound, superior noise isolation, and an 8-piece fit kit. [Altec Lansing Backbeat Titanium Noise Isolating Earphones – $19.97 (80% off)]
A man living in Santa Fe, New Mexico claims that his neighbor’s wi-fi is making him sick. According to CNN, Arthur Firstenberg believes that since his neighbor moved in next door, he’s been experiencing a sickness and side effects so severe he’s had to go homeless entirely to escape the discomfort. Firstenberg cannot go to […]
One of the most epic product unboxings we’ve ever seen! Enjoy!
Universities in four states have agreed to halt schemes to use electronic reading devices until they are fully usable by blind people. The decision concludes a Justice Department investigation over the use of Amazon’s Kindle DX. The National Federation of the Blind and the American Council of the Blind had sued the universities for violating […]
Is your significant other always standing behind you, waiting for his or her turn on the Web? If this is the case and you’re low on budget, then getting him/her a cheap netbook might be a wise idea. Amazon.com is currently offering the MSI Wind U110-031US 10.1-inch netbook for only $299, shipping included. That’s $100 […]
I just received a link to a youtube video from an anonymous tipper showing a laptop featured at CES 2010 with a transparent screen. While the concept looks extremely cool, I’m not exactly sure how practical something like this would be in everyday use. Please check out the video and let us know your thoughts.
Youtube user and beatboxer MysterGuitarman got lucky and got sponsored by Google to produce a promotional video for the Nexus One. Apparently, the clip was realized with just 2 cuts. Check it out: [Via TechEblog]
There is a natural inclination among humans to take the best videos games out of the machine and bring them into real life. Going old school in the geekiest way possible, Windell Oskay has built a non-video version of Pong. The process of building this marvel is posted at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories.
Having still not yet entirely conquered my desire for a netbook—mostly staved off by the fact that my iPod Touch gets the job done most of the time—there may yet be good news. It is quite likely that I have simply waited long enough for netbooks to be, well, so last decade. Enter the smartbook. […]
By Jimmy Rogers (@me) Contributing Writer, [GAS] While news of this device leaked quite a while ago (and Google openly distributed it to their employees), the Google Nexus One still drew a crowd today, both online and at Google’s official launch event. The new phone is similar to other Android devices, such as the popular Droid, but […]
“Nothing ages so quickly as yesterday’s vision of the future.” — Richard Corliss