Posts Tagged ‘Gadgets’

Rogers iPhone pricing revealed (yes, Rogers is still retarded)

Rogers revealed its pricing scheme for its Canadian 3G iPhone plans today. They suck ass, which is precisely what we’ve come to expect from the only national telecom that’s even dumber and greedier than Bell. There’s a petition online. Like all petitions, it probably won’t do a damned thing, but it says “fuck you” […]

The thousand-dollar keyboard – Fuck you Art Lebedev!

Optimus Maximus in minimus sub-$1000 configurations – Engadget We live in a fake world. Fake people, fake careers, fake tits and fake money. Well if you’re the kind of fake person that likes a fake computer, here’s your keyboard: the Optimus Maximus, by Art Lebedev (aka the “geniuses” who got paid to draw […]

Meet IvanAnywhere, the telecommuting robot – Business – Meet IvanAnywhere Now this is cool! Ivan Bowman is a developer at some company in Waterloo, but he “telecommutes” – god I hate that word – he works from home, in Halifax. Hundreds of thousands of people do that already, but what’s neat about Ivan is he has a robot […]

Apple cuts 8GB iPhone price to $399 – Engadget

Apple cuts 8GB iPhone price to $399 – Engadget And people are pissed off about it! And I’m pissed off at these people! The same brainwashed idiots who stood in line two months ago to get a goddamned iPhone are now bitching about the price drop, whining about resale value and how they feel […]

Who the hell would pay $500 for a Drobo ?

What the hell is a Drobo, you ask ? Drobo is a little box that connects to your computer via USB, and houses from one to four hard drives. It does RAID-like things to protect your files from disk failure, and presents itself as a very simple, easy-to-use gadget. And it costs $500, that’s […]

Optimus Maximus: 113 keys of ignorant consumerism

Optimus Maximus: 113 keys, ready to pre-order – Engadget
If you’ve been paying attention at all, you’ll know that the overhyped design shop known as Art Lebedev has been teasing the world with this outrageous keyboard for years now. After a few pre-pre-pre-releases just to remind us they’re still attention whores, they’re now accepting pre-orders for the notorious keyboard where each key has its own personal OLED display

DVD ripping is legal ? not quite yet.

Kaleidescape, makers of ultra-high-end media center equipment, have won a court ruling vs the DVD CCA (copy control association), which alleged that the defendant’s product was illegally circumventing DVD copy protection. For you lazy tards, the Kaleidescape system is like a video iPod on steroids.