Once upon a time, consumers viewed Sony as a desirable brand. The company was renowned for innovation: the legendary Walkman, the groundbreaking PlayStation, Aibo, the
Poo: love it or hate it, you’re sure to release it now and then. If you’re a big fan of poo you’re sure to enjoy
I must confess, I’d never heard of UK car manufacturer Noble until this week. Given the sorry state of car manufacturing in the UK it’s
Tom Dickson unleashes his mighty Blendtec blender yet again, and the results ain’t pretty.
You like Mario? You like mushrooms? You’ll love the Grow Your Own 1up Mushroom Kit from thinkgeek.com. The pack contains everything you need to grow
Protect your glutes and strike fear into the hearts of potential bike thieves with these striking animal-themed bicycle seat covers: It’s a fun idea, and
Some bloke has created a mix of his 20 greatest hip-hop albums of all-time. I can’t find a link to the mix on his website,
Electronic ink, electronic paper, e-paper – whatever you call it, it’s the future. SEIKO’s Electro-phoresis Display watch is the first electronic ink watch on the
Samsung have released 3 concept PCs, including the following “witches hat” model. No, I don’t understand either, but hey, credit to Samsung for being original.
Kotaku’s Crecente has had some custom Space Invaders footwear made-to-order. More photos here.
Monkey Kick Off features both a monkey and a football – genius! Try and use your primate soccer skills to beat the Include Digital personal
The Dogs Trust has launched social networking site for dog owners. Doggysnaps allows users to post photos of their four-legged friends; users can also leave
The original Pink Panther car is listed on eBay with a starting price of Ã‚Â£75,000 (approx. $140,000). Designed by California pop-artist cum car stylist Jay
Rumours from MacRumors‘ forums suggest that the Safari browser on Apple’s forthcoming iPhone will have both Flash and Java plugins installed. More developer-focused information on
Feeling short on festive spirit? Why not play our new viral game Santa Sorter at santasorter.com!
The new beta of Skype 3.0 is available for download, boasting Firefox and IE browser extensions for click-to-call SkypeOut functionality. If you’re happy to miss
An invite to the private beta of Microsoft’s user-generated video site Soapbox arrived in my inbox today. A direct rival to Google’s YouTube, is Soapbox
Nintendo have confirmed that the forthcoming Wii console will support Flash via its embedded Opera Browser. There’s no news yet on which version of the
Online retailer Amazon has launched Amazon Unbox, a service allowing users to purchase and download movies and video content. The service is only compatible with
Time Magazine have unveiled their top 50 websites for 2006. A number of predictable favourites such as YouTube, MySpace and Digg make the cut; lesser-known
Forecasts in July this year predicted MySpace membership numbers would reach the 100 million mark by the autumn. Well guess what? It’s happened already according
Goggles is a fun flight simulator game that uses graphical data from Google Maps. A great idea from Mark Caswell-Daniels.
Freedb.org, the website used by myriad MP3 encoders to download track information when ripping CDs, is to be taken down after two of the main
I’ve invested in a black MacBook with 2GB of RAM (purchased separately of course, as Apple charge far too much for RAM upgrades). It’s an
Google have released a new beta of Google Earth, featuring a host of great new features including: Improved, user-friendly UI. 3D buildings can now feature
This penalty shootout game is from one of the few officially licensed 2006 FIFA World Cup partners, and it’s pretty good to boot! It uses