From Girlybubble: Technically, these little robots are called Sega Toys Robotic Rabbits but for the sake of Easter coming up, let’s call them bunnies. To me, they pass the Easter bunny test. It’s an easy test — just be a cute animal with floppy ears and look like you could probably hide Easter eggs. Not only do they pass the Easter bunny test, they also pass the robot test. Touch the bellies of these particular rabbits and they start moving. Check them out in action: More »
How do you eat potato chips and use the keyboard at the same time? This question has plagued computer uses since the computer was first invented over 200 years ago in German. In fact some of the first computer cards ever made were stained with chip grease by the early programers. Luckily the Japanese have a solution. More »
From Girlybubble: I feel like it’s slowly becoming my duty to inform people of the cute things they shouldn’t be eating because some sort of poisoning might result. Take Japan’s latest Docomo Q-pot Melting Chocolate phone. If the Docomo Q-pot phones had (cute chocolate) feet, it’d kick the LG Chocolate in the ass. It literally looks like a bar of chocolate! Although Q-pot is best known for its food-inspired accessories, you can’t actually eat them — the human digestive system isn’t capable of digesting. More »
Have we learned nothing from our experiences with the Roomba? Samsung is set to release a new high tech robot vacuum called the “Tango” in the near future. The scary part isn’t the fact that this little guy costs between $400-600, it’s that it contains a camera and software for identifying objects! More »
When I first saw this pix, I was like what is a bunch of girls doing in a orange cream striped outfits. Turns out, it’s SNSD doing a CF. Makes sense. So this is pretty cool, since it’s shot in the Seoul airport and they invited their fans to join! More artists should do stuff like that.
Who would of thought Tablo from Epik High is such a romantic? Hmm, I guess musicians are always kinda romantic since they can just sing to ya. Ok so celebrities in love, is there anything cuter? I guess bunnies, but you get the idea.
Gadgets are fun but what makes them even better are the idols that model along side with them.
Korea and Japan are probably the most well known gadget makers in addition to the cutest models. Not only are they drop dead gorgeous, but they make the cutest little faces for you.
As such, the following are a few of my favorite gadget idols. Who is your favorite? More »
People often ask me what’s the best part about my job. There are quite a few answers I can give, but one that is high on my list is finding and getting to know talented people. Even better, finding talented people with a passion for something. You all know Ningin Anime blogger/NBA Analyst/Game Reviewer, Jerry Chen. What you might not know about him is his deep passion and knowledge of gadgets. Not only do we value people like that highly, but we also reward them with their own website.
Today, I would like to introduce to you ZiggyTek.com, our newest sister site, dedicated to all the gadget lovers, gearheads, technophiles, audiophiles, shutterbugs, early adopters, and other cool but geeky people. Jerry will be joined by new bloggers, Lora Kolodny, Peter Chin, Jack Chen, and Lam Chau. More »
If you didn’t know, Nintendo released their new gaming console Nintendo DSI earlier this month to replace the old but popular NDS. Similar to the NDS, the DSI has a double screen (one of which is touch) in addition to some nifty new features. It will include two cameras (one outside and in), a SD card slot, bigger screens, a new interface and some more user options on the startup page.
I love Nintendo but I can’t say I’m jumping for joy here. Supposedly the DSI doesn’t support an R4 card which is a big factor for me as I love homebrew games. Also, they’ve taken out the GBA card slot (for what reason I don’t know) which again limits the game selection by a lot. Some of us still play old school games!
While the camera is a fun feature as there are all sorts of photo editing included, it can’t replace the R4 and GBA. Unless this camera has SLR quality (which it doesn’t), I’m going to stick to my NDS. Sorry Nintendo!