If you thought the Multimedia Remote Watch looked a bit too 80s, here’s another remote control watch that looks a bit more up-to-date.
iTube (no, not the Fatman dock) by Aquallusion is an iPod speaker that lets the user see the music come to life in flowing colors and bubbling effects. The sound is spread in 360° angle from the bottom of the 30-inch tall speaker, and the […]
Are you having a hard time getting up when the alarm clock sounds in the morning? Maybe the roaring sound of a V8 engine will help.
This 2-in-1 LED product converts quick and easy from a durable super bright handheld flashlight to a fully adjustable headlamp.
The ANEO GX-10 is a new palyful web camera that comes with three interactive PC video games: Kungfu, Super Knight, and Funny Stair.
This stylish USB flash drive from Apacer features a durable rubber coated metal casing and uses advanced fingerprint recognition technology to protect any files you have stored on the 4GB memory stick.
This white wireless Skype phone connects to your computers USB port and allows you to talk up to 160 feet (50 meters) away from the base station.
This add-on telescope for the Apple iPhone won’t make your mobile phone look very good, but it will give you 6x zoom capabilities.
The AIBO super hackers have entered the Pleo party full strength by porting one of their most powerful and fun AIBO performance tools over to Pleo. “Skitter”, a full featured skit creation tool for the AIBO designed by the AIBO wizard known as DogsBody, has […]
This beautiful shiny chrome lamp will not only look good on your desk, it also features quite a cool and convenient way of controlling the light.
This product from from Bird-Electron is the “one and only Recycling Speaker for iPod”. The dimension is exactly the same as the plastic package for iPod Nano (1st & 2nd Gen.) and iPod Shuffle (2nd & 3rd Gen.).
The Japanese Fujitsu company introduces the F705i, a 3G mobile phone that is said to be the world’s thinnest with its impressive 13.7mm in thickness.
The UK based Loc8tor company has launched the Loc8tor Lite, a credit card sized locating device that will help you find any lost or mislaid possessions.
Minimoo is the name of a new line of Swedish manufactured USB drives shaped like animals. There are currently four different models to choose from.
Tokyoflash has announced the Tibida, a watch “combining functional design engineering with LED technology presented in a range of bold colors”.
A gold edition “multimedia watch” is now available for those who wants to add a little bling bling to their feature packed timepiece.
When a package with a content like this arrives at the GeekAlerts office, as it did the other day, you truly feel that you can live up to the name of your blog.
Belkin has come up with a new clever surge protector which features a clamping device on the back, allowing you to attach it a desk, table, workbench, two-by-four, sawhorse etc.
Alex over at the wonderful Neatorama blog has compiled a great post with the 10 Most Difficult to Read Tokyoflash Watches. And as if that wasn’t enough, you also have the chance to get a free Tokyoflash watch.
Using light-emitting diodes when you need some extra light is not only good for saving energy, it also saves you the wiring installation time and hassle.