Hi-Can fidelity canopy is the ultimate geek bed

A geek dream come true, the Hi-Can fidelity canopy is a bed / home entertainment hybrid that will let you listen to music, surf the web, watch movies and play games, all in the comfort of your own bed. Designed by Italian designer Edoardo Carlino, the Hi-Can is truly an object of beauty that will […]


FPS Vest: Want to know what it’s like to get shot?

People spend thousands of dollars when it comes to getting the most out of their PC games, but at the end of the day they’re still staring at a screen; completely out of touch with what is actually going on in the 3D environment of their favorite First Person Shooter. The FPS Vest from TN […]

Introducing the next generation of computer gaming

By Mark O’Neill The British “Times” newspaper is reporting the invention of a headset that will allow gamers to interact with virtual worlds just by “thinking and feeling”. It relies on EEG technology (electroencephalography) which I am very familiar with due to my epilepsy. I have EEG tests done on a regular basis on my […]

Geek Lair: Accessorize your setup – Part 2

After procrastinating for the past few weeks I guess it’s time to let you guys in on the latest installment of Geek Lair. Today I’m going to take a look at –and review!– some cool stuff which will increase productivity and snazz up your desk. Some of the great items in my last feature might […]

Burn calories in your hot tub with the AquaFit 19DT

Progress never stops. The proof? This all-in-one gym/hot tub hybrid that allows you to exercise and relax in the comfort of your own home. The Aquafit 190T is a gigantic tub divided in two parts. The largest one is a mini-gym in which you can do cardiovascular activities such as rowing, running or stationary swimming. […]

Home-made laser harp looks and sounds awesome

Created by US inventor Stephen Hobly, The laser harp is played by breaking various laser beams with your hands to create a unique, techno-like melody that is sure to fascinate your audience. Unfortunately, it’s not available for purchase yet, so if you want one, you’ll have to build it yourself.

Turn webpages into iPod-friendly reading files

By Mark O’Neill In case it isn’t glaringly obvious yet, I love my iPod. So I am always looking for ways to expand its use beyond just playing music. It is an excellent device for carrying your email address book, reading e-books and for consulting Wikipedia. But you can also apparently turn webpages into text […]

UK iTunes rival to provoke a “price war”?

By Mark O’Neill As Yoda would probably say in a situation like this “begun the price wars have”.   Play.com has launched a music download service in the UK which will undercut iTunes prices. Not only will the music be cheaper but it will also be DRM free – meaning you would be able to […]