A couple months ago, a company asked if I was interested in reviewing their razor/personal massager combo. I said sure, never expecting them to send one all the way over to China. Well, they did.
You know what I think the worst thing about having a robot army is? You have to press buttons. It's much more satisfying to get every automaton to do your bidding by just thinking it.
Once, while walking down the street, a man suddenly approached me screaming "QUICK! We need someone to DJ!" If only I had had this portable cross fader—who knows how differently my life would've turned out.
Oobject's list of flying helmets proves that pilots never need to look far for absolutely terrifying Halloween costumes. Like that f-35 joint strike fighter helmet - those terrible green eyes will haunt me forever. [Oobject]
The Japanese government is planning to put robots to practical use in Japanese households in as soon as five years, and has already begun formulating the political agencies needed to oversee robot safety standards.
Swiss watchmaker Borgeaud has teamed up with Indian fortune tellers to create a watch that allegedly predicts the future. When things are about to go sour, a bedpan-shaped section on the watch will turn brown.
A carpenter in a Chinese village, perhaps unwilling to spend what would amount to a month's pay on a bicycle, has created a 100% wooden one to ride around town instead.
Have the urge to really ruin the resale value of a diamond? Here's one way—permanently embed a hi-res grayscale photograph of yourself in it.
This couture collection, designed by Jiang Zhou of the Beijing Institute of Clothing Technology, was featured at China's recent fashion week and looks to have been inspired by the country's recent brush with extraterrestrial lifeforms.
Created by engineers at the University of Essex, they measure about 8 feet long, can swim at roughly 2.24mph and feature real fish-like undulating action. Each fish has its own navigation system, so they can swim around the port without human control. When their batteries are running low, they return to dock at the…
Nintendo might be planning on taking on the iPhone and iPod Touch with an app download service of its own, and has been encouraging developers to come up with app-like content for the DSi.
Showing a dedication to lightning reviews we could never hope to emulate, this Japanese stun gun company's president tested out his products on himself. That's right, we said PRODUCTS.
Brazilian artist Paulo Nenflidio, who's currently showing off his work in Arizona, creates weird noise-producing sculptures like this robot drill spider, which ends up sounding as frightening as it looks.
Chinese officials have reported a UFO sighting while they were on an airplane and, in case anyone thought it was just a case of baijiu-induced hallucinations, they snapped pictures of it too.