09 March, 2012

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Cool Pooch – Lets you Share a Cold one with Your Dog

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 12:25 PM PST

It’s no secret that people are in love with their pets. Americans alone, spent over 50 billion on pets last year and that number is expected to be just a bit higher this year. We dress our pets, we let them sleep in our beds and for some of us, our pets are our children. So this next item won’t be alarming to some of you, and for the rest of us, well, lets just say, grab the mouthwash before you read this.

Check out the Cool Pooch Water Bottle, allowing you to share your water with mans best friend, a straw for you, a little squeeze filled “sippy- funnel” for your dog… what could be better? Cool Pooch is a super convenient way for you to carry a single water supply for both you and your pet, in one easy to carry sports bottle. Imagine you and your pal, hiking, running, picnicking or even on a road trip.. sharing your time together, wind in your hair, and then sharing a frosty beverage. How delightful.

The Cool Pooch bottle is specially designed to prevent backwash *gulp* and can also be purchased with an optional sport sack that will allow you to hang the bottle comfortably over your shoulder as well as being insulated, in order to keep your drinks cold. The Cool Pooch bottle will not leak and it’s dishwasher safe, so let Rover know he doesn’t need to worry that you put your lips on it!

The Cool Pooch water bottle sells for under 9 bucks and it can also be purchased with the sport sack for around $16.99 both are available at coolpooch.com Oh go ahead, your dog isn’t going to be grossed out by your slobber… is he?

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Ninja Remote Stealth Jammer – You Know You Want One

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 05:57 AM PST

I don’t even battle for the TV clicker anymore. At first it was a true test of wills, a war I felt I had to win. I first lost the fight to my husband, and now to my nine year old kid. I can’t remember the last time I sat back with the remote in MY hand, in control of the evenings entertainment.

Well thats about to change! Welcome the Ninja Remote Stealth Television Gadget and IR Jammer, get back the power that you gave away such a long time ago. This nifty little device will help you annoy the crap out of your friends and enemies, spouses and kids, or just about anyone, anywhere you would like to stick it to them.

Don’t care for the blood and guts war drama hubby has decided on? No problem, as the TV changes channels and the volume gets higher and lower, or the power turns on and off he might get frustrated and watch the TV in the other room, you know, the one with the uncomfortable chair, or simply jam his remote so that only the romance channel comes in or, for those special days where its not just his choice of television programming thats bugging you, choose the “bomb” function and cause the TV to change the channels and the volume at random for a whole  5-15 minutes.

The Ninja Remote Jammer also works with most digital cameras and can function in a less evil capacity as a long range shutter remote.

Imagine your delight next time youre sitting at a sports bar watching yet another endless round of golf and you alone have the power to change over to the Home Shopping Network, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it. Perfect! Now if only they could just make one that silenced cell phones, that would be awesome.

The power can be yours, all for only $29.99 from our friends over at thinkgeek.com

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Ninja Remote Stealth Television Gadget and IR Jammer

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 05:30 AM PST

We do know that ninjas – real ninjas, are so stealthy, that you hardly seem them around. In fact, they come and go like the wind, and you would not even have noticed. Well, for those who want to play the role of the proverbial stealthy assassin but do not have the physical requirements to do so, here is the $29.99 Ninja Remote Stealth Television Gadget and IR Jammer that lets you be a ninja – in a different way, of course. With this unique device in your hands, you are able to cheekily (and of course, stealthily) control just about any TV in the vicinity and watch puzzled faces and wrong accusations being pointed at one another.

It does not matter whether you want to fool around with the volume levels or change channels at your whim and fancy, the Ninja Remote Stealth Television Gadget and IR Jammer is capable of doing it all. It will have a working range of around 400 feet, and with the jam button, it will be able to prevent all other remotes in the area from controlling the TV. You can even snap self-portraits from a distance with the digital camera shutter button. Definitely for those with a trolling spirit in them.

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Manic Miner Heat Changing Mug

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 05:00 AM PST

If you want to start off the day right, then why not do it with the £6.99 Manic Miner Heat Changing Mug. This classic platformer has been transported over to the world of a drinking apparatus, and with the right amount of heat in your favorite beverage, you would not have any issues reliving the days of yore concerning Spectrum gaming right from the comfort of the future. All you need to do is add hot water (hot milk will do just fine as well), and see the classic scene from Manic Miner unfold – in full color, yo! Needless to say, once your favorite beverage starts to cool off, so too, will the heat changing ink fade away to black. I guess this is as good as any an indicator to let you know that you can now down whatever remains without worrying about scalding your tongue. This is a fully licensed Manic Miner product, so don’t worry about being accused of purchasing a knockoff.

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Tattoo your Nokia Lumia 710

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 04:30 AM PST

Are you thinking of getting inked? After all, celebrities do it, and so do sports icons – be they footballers, the star quarterbacks, professional wrestlers, or hoop shooters. Getting a tattoo has for some time already been the hip thing to do, but when it comes to the types of tattoo designs as well as choice of placement, well, I am quite sure that one is able to write an entire thesis with it and still not come to any concrete conclusion. Having said that, how many of us would think of tattooing our possessions, let alone a mobile phone?

Yes sir, we know that Apple allows one to engrave their iPods and iPads, but body artist Simon Templeman has come up with a rather novel idea – to be able to tattoo your favorite design onto the back of your smartphone. How is this done? Surely not with the traditional ink and needle that is meant to puncture human skin, right? For starters, he will be able to wield his magic using a special technique that was developed by him for the Nokia Lumia 710.

He managed to fine-tune a special air-brush, recreating the needle and ink effect of a tattoo – although this time around, his “canvas” comes in the form of a smartphone – a Nokia Lumia 710, to be exact. Simon says, "It's a great way to make your phone stand out. Tattoos say a lot about people, so I thought it would be great for them to be able to put that individuality on their phone too." This inspiration to tattoo handsets came about after Simon took a gander at the Nokia Lumia 710 alongside its bevy of interchangeable back panels.

Simon, currently 45, will rely on special lacquer layers in order to turn those designs on the phone as permanent fixtures. Not only that, he is not one to rest on his laurels, and hence has been looking into different ways of using a laser technique and burning an image on to the phone itself. At least Simon does not have to worry about his customers flinching at the sight of a needle, and neither does he have to fret about sterilizing needles before starting work on a new smartphone’s back. Just how much does Simon charge for his services? Prices start from £40 upwards, and just like any other ordinary tattoo, the price increases with the intricacy of the design.

Press Release

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ivee Digit alarm clock – Siri in a box?

Posted: 09 Mar 2012 04:00 AM PST

Have any of you experienced Siri on iOS 5? I am quite sure that the initial moments spent with Siri are very tender, and chances are, your experience would have remained stuck with you for a long time to come. After all, how often is it before Siri and iOS 5 that one is able to converse in a rather natural manner to one’s smartphone, and the software will be able to take what you have spoken and process it into different functions and tasks. Well, here is a little Siri-like experience to perk your day – although it will be limited to the form of the ivee Digit alarm clock.

Yes, I am quite sure that most folks already start their mornings off by yelling (see, it ain’t talking) at their alarm clock, asking it to quit its incessant ringing so that you can grab five more minutes of precious snooze time. The ivee Digit is slightly different, but so far, initial impressions of it has been rather decent, meaning it works as advertised. No idea on how it will perform when people with different accents talk to it though.

I would feel a bit weird talking to an alarm clock, but then again, perhaps this is the new method of interacting with our devices – first starting from the physical keyboard to the virtual one, and eventually will we be able to make a complete jump to just voice-based conversations and commands with your devices? Using the ivee Digital alarm clock should be a no-brainer – all you need to do is plug it into a nearby wall outlet, follow the instructions found in the Quick Start Guide religiously, and say, "Hello ivee". Tell ivee the time, and it will set it accordingly, and you can also set up to two different alarms on a single clock – after all, not all married couples wake up at the same time.

Interestingly enough, the instruction booklet “warns” you not to speak to ivee Digit in a robot voice, and you are not to interrupt ivee until it is done speaking. I guess apart from that limitation of the hardware and software, it is also a great way to remind us that interrupting someone who is talking is just plain rude, and it is always better to listen than to talk. After all, we learn far more by listening. The ivee Digit will retail for $49.99 a pop if you are interested at something a little bit out of the ordinary.


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