Today at Boing Boing Gadgets, we looked at a magic dongle that promised to boost a cellphone signal and a phone that looks like a Lamborghini. An absurd hooded scooter was examined, and oh! how we laughed and laughed and laughed at the Amazon.com Denon cable reviews.
Beschizza got incensed about Atari suing a website that had published a review of a game without their permission, then had a three hour angry nap on a pair of Dig Dug pillows, cramming pig-shaped ear buds in his aural cavities and playing whale songs to soothe his spirit.
Meanwhile, we read a UMPC manifesto and looked at some zany retro-futuristic products of yesteryear. A decapitated Gene Simmons head made Brownlee want to french kiss, before he was distracted by torture porn for bicycles. He also learned how to love through the conduit of a USB Killbot thumb drive.
There was a KITT GPS Unit. There were sketchy Mac clones. An artificial twister promised energy to the future. A tiny little computer promised every grandma web browsing. We wondered about the ramifications of leaving our Wi-Fi open. We looked at a touchscreen dredged up from the primordial goop of the 80's.
And we all thought this Ultraman statue was pretty groovy.
An unknown number of mobile phone users in America received weird texts on their phone on Wednesday.
The New York Times has been publishing a series of “Op-Eds From The Future,” giving fiction writers a chance to imagine our hellish circumstances to come.
Twitter has some very serious security explaining to do.
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