by Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] I was a child of the eighties, and the first computer that my parents bought was a Tandy CoCo, on which my mom taught me to type when I was seven. That computer also jumpstarted my love of videogames, since hours of playing Maniac Mansion revved me up to […]
We all know it; when manufactured, electronic devices create a tiny amount of pollution, and that’s where Dell wants to make things right. The O2 project is their answer to the problem, and I have to say that while their intentions are commendable, I doubt that it will ever make it to the real world, […]
If you think Monster Cable is ripping their customers off with their insanely high priced cables, you’ve seen nothing my friend. Future Tech, another company known for its overpriced gear, is selling their Powerflux Power Cord for a measly $1800. ONLY $1800? That’s a real bargain for a simple power cable! Cable Essentials Powerflux conductors […]
Based on Metal Gear Solid 4, The “Silver Wolf” semi-automatic rubberband gun is made out of shiny stainless steal and features a laser targetting system, allowing you to devastate your colleagues at that next office war. Looking for some other cool rubber band guns? Amazon.com has tons of other ones right here!
GAS was just one of the many blogs on Tuesday to mention the bandwidth cap on the new Android G1 phone from Google/T-Mobile. Well, they changed that policy so fast that I think I have whiplash. Granted, it could have been due to new customers complaining, but I’m more inclined to thank the Power of […]
Fans of the dark side, rejoice! The official Star Wars online shop has just started selling a Darth Vader wall clock that promises to freak out the Jedi-loving bunch out there. Manufactured by England’s Wesco Limited, this timepiece measures over 6 inches tall, features a reflective black finish, glowing red eyes and an evil Vader […]
Here’s a great example of why you should always be sure to read the fine print. On the product page for the highly-anticipated new T-Mobile/Google phone, you will see (if you squint) this note at the bottom: “If your total data usage in any billing cycle is more than 1GB, your data throughput for the […]
This magnetic levitation toy train is not only fascinating to look at, but it also demonstrates a concept that could soon be implemented in real-world applications. [Via TechEblog]