For my last day at Gizmodo, I've packed this list with 50 awesome deals. It has been such a pleasure perusing the web for deals for you, and feeding you hobos with free junk. Thank you, readers! :)
Yamaha's MusicCAST2 Network Music System is a Wi-Fi-based tunes center that allows you to wirelessly transmit and listen to music in up to 32 rooms throughout your home. Do you even have 32 rooms in your home?
Combining previously separated 3G modems for North American CDMA networks and foreign GSM networks, Verizon Wireless has come out with a single device—the Novatel USB1000 global wireless modem—that features both technologies in one.
At Gizmodo, we don't ask our interns to get us coffee—we make them find us free toilet paper, and a bunch of other awesome deals, including a 2TB external hard drive for $200. Thanks Don and Johnny!
Triggering a "why the hell didn't I think of that?!" moment, Artmu has designed a laptop sleeve that, when unzipped and opened up completely, transforms into an effective mouse pad. Altogether now: Why didn't I think of that? [Aving]
Starting tomorrow, subscribers to Sirius XM radio will be able to download the application on their iPhones for free.
Interns Don and Johnny helped find these excellent deals for you to devour today, which include cheap movies, a wide range of LCD monitors, personal portables and, of course, free food. Thanks, interns.
If you're an insomniac like I am, the $400 Zeo Personal Sleep Coach alarm clock comes equipped with nifty gadgets that'll help you self-diagnose. When you go to bed, you wear a wireless headband that is able to read your brainwaves, then magically transmit the data back to an SD card hidden in your clock.
High-end iPhone gaming company Ngmoco will be launching Plus+, their social gaming service, for the iPhone tomorrow.
The Galaxy i7500—Samsung's Android handset—is one of the first major, advanced smartphones to feature haptic feedback. PCWorld managed to get their hands on one and report back with their first impressions.
If you're looking for a mid-sized television, we've got 20-40'' HDTVs for dirt cheap. If you're here just for your the freebies, we've got those too.
Using sound beams to control crowds isn't new, but never before have systems been able to create sounds reaching terahertz frequencies, earning them the name "saser."
Although BlueLounge's StudioDesk doesn't exactly organize your cables, it features a slide-out desktop surface that allows you to hide your cable clutter in a hidden compartment—kind of like shoving all your junk under the bed.
Here's a peek at this week's episode of Time Warp, where hosts Jeff and Matt join up with magicians Penn and Teller in Las Vegas and get a behind the scenes tour of Cirque de Soleil's O.
If you've been looking to get a Blu-ray player but still haven't taken the plunge, here's a brand new $130 Insignia. And in the epic battle between which one's better: Cake or pie? I must say, "Let them eat cake!"