Musicians have a new gadget to drool over thanks to the geniuses at TASCAM. The DR-07mkII may look like someone’s tricked out TASER, but it’s not. Those protruding silver extensions are pivoting cardioid pattern mics that can be adjusted depending on the recording environment.
But rest assured it’s a bicycle lock first and foremost. The above is just another example of a title nightmare, which is fast becoming a common occurrence here at geeky Gadgets. Anyway, what you see down south is more than a fashion accessory; it’s a super tough bicycle lock to protect your precious two-wheel ride.
So the ebook wars have begun. ‘Twas inevitable, since contrary to the impression that the publishing world is a boring place stuffed with books (not so far from the truth actually), there has always been constant tension between publishers and their various distribution channels. In this case, the clutch of public libraries in Halifax, Canada don’t want to purchase extra titles from HarperCollins. Why?
Truck tires never get the credit they deserve. Not only are they excellent material for flip-flops and assorted footwear, but the punishment they can take is legend. Thanks to PKG, the usefulness of recycled rubber tires (from India) is applied to a new medium—laptop sleeves.
You like the feel and smell and nostalgia factor of them cartridges? Then quick, sell some blood, sell your cat, and sell your soul to scrounge together $9,999.00 for this once-in-a-lifetime buy! It’s free shipping too.
Google has released a new app for the Apple iPhone, the Google TV remote, which will let you control your Google TV or Google TV set top box from your Apple iPhone.
The app has been available on Google’s Android platform since last December, and iPhone users can now download it for free from iTunes, it will also work on the iPod Touch and the iPad, basically any iOS device that is running iOS 3 or higher.
What happens when a bunch of monkeys are locked inside a room with these Quillits? Given time and a few tablets they might just come up with the complete works of Shakespeare and some artistic masterpieces besides. Thanks to the regular pen, brush stylus, and nib stylus packed into this little cylinder, nothing is impossible.
It sucks to be caught between ultra-conservatives and the gay community. Apple must be feeling the pinch thanks to an online petition by a non-profit LGBT group called Truth Wins Out (or TWO for short) wanting a particular anti-gay app removed.
Yes, yes, that should’ve been candy with a “c.” But we like getting your attention so it was intentional. Moving on, pictured below are the glittery rocks from Krypton, the one single weakness of Superman. Of course it’s not real but if you wanna impress your geeky friends, learning how to prepare these edible rocks is a good idea.
Instead of pulling out that pocket knife for some swish-swish sharpening, stick this contraption onto an electric drill and sharpen away. Such is the joy and fun of this new drill sharpener from C.H. Hanson, which was discovered at a hardware store recently and it has proven a mighty fine geeky toy since.
We’re not sure if this falls under the category of furniture or installation art, but it’s quite the headscratcher. Trust us, if you found this Horn dock in a corner without an iPod attached you’d probably think it was some fancy shmancy speaker, which it is, without guessing its true purpose.
We have been hearing for some time that Apple has been working on a new version of MobileMe, the last thing we heard was that Apple would be holding a special event in April to launch this new version of MobileMe.
Now iLounge are reporting that Apple will launch a free version of MobileMe next month, and it looks like it will be significantly different to the existing version of MobileMe.