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Encore Portable USB Power Supply

USB Power SupplyOMG! What happens when you are traveling and your iGadget runs out of juice? With the musicPower Encore Portable USB Power Supply, you can charge up to two USB devices simultaneously as well as its own batteries. You simply plug it into any wall outlet with its input of 100-240VAC, 50/60 Hz, .3A maximum. At a size of 4 x 1.8 x 1.2-inches, the Encore features a green/yellow/red battery level indicator and carries a price of $19.99.

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AFI’s Top Films of 2008

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This weekend, the released its list of Top Ten Films. Unlike most lists created by the AFI, the selections chosen for this annual category are not ranked - they are simply presented in alphabetical order.

Since the 13-person jury only considers movies with “significant creative and/or production elements from the United States,” critical fave Slumdog Millionaire was not in the running. Meanwhile, Revolutionary Road and The Reader - both Golden Globe nominees - simply weren’t included.

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Pave the Way With Nintendo

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Household, Video Games,

Gameboy BrickYou want to redecorate your backyard but still maintain the fact that you live for Nintendo as far back as the original Gameboys. How about some bricks to liven up your yard? The creator had arranged them into a wall and in the ground back in 2006 and claims that they are still intact, unlike most of those portable gaming systems. Each one is $45.00 apiece, fairly pricey for something that just lies there. But we figure you can always turn your front bushes into leafy Mario Brothers to match.

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Projection Telephone Quietly Shows Your Caller

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cell Phones, Household, Misc. Tech,

Projection TelephoneDon’t want to get out of bed to find who is calling at an ungodly hour? You need the Projection Telephone. The device will show name and number on either your wall or ceiling with its LED and has a total lifespan of ~100,000 hours. Featuring an inductive switch, it carries a price of $29.15. It’s products like this that makes you happy that land lines still exist. About all we can do with our cell phone is turn it off before we retire or hope that callers are smart enough not to interrupt our beauty sleep.

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