Food Cycler Automatic Food Composter

In theory composting your scrap food shouldn’t be too tough… but it kind of is. First you have to find a place to keep your composting leftovers, then you have to deal with bugs, odors, and lugging it around. Well that is how it used to be done before the Food Cycler showed up.

Sure the Food Cycler ($499) isn’t cheap, but hey you will have less trash to dispose of and will also help your garden along the way. The Food Cycler is compact, odorless, and composts your leftovers in under 3 hours. Your scrap food waste will be reduced by about 90% with the push of a button.

Posted on Sep 18 2014 - 11:54pm by Robby S.

The pressure of being the first person in Australia to receive his iPhone 6 was too much for poor Jack. When opening the box to show off his new iPhone 6 it jumped out an landed on the concrete. Very sad indeed.


The Chargerito (Apple Lightning or micro USB) is the world’s smallest phone charger. This means you can strap this phone charger on your keyring and never be without a charger again. The Chargerito ($19) plugs into a standard wall outlet and allows your phone to charge while resting against the wall. Oh yeah, they even added a bottle opener. Video of the Chargerito after the break.

Posted on Sep 18 2014 - 10:44am by Gadget King

2015 Bentley Mulsanne Speed Front The 2015 Bentley Mulsanne Speed is what happens when you combine high-end luxury with the need for speed. Bentley’s aren’t particularly lightweight cars so it is impressive when you can get this much luxury to 60 mph in just 4.8 seconds. Read on for more pictures and details.

Posted on Sep 18 2014 - 9:26am by Steve M

Chia Zombie Restless Arm

Remember the funny infomercials for the Chia Pet? Whether you have never seen these old commercials or just want to relive them you can watch them here. In an effort to milk every last drop out of the Chia idea comes their latest the Chia Zombie series. There are three different options; Creepy Holden, Lifeless Lisa, and Restless Arm. Each option comes with the pottery planter, chia seeds (enough for 3 plantings), and a drip tray. Just in time for halloween.

Chia Zombie Creepy HoldenChia Zombie Lifeless Lisa

Posted on Sep 18 2014 - 9:14am by Pete M

Foosball Eraser

While studying/working is important, taking breaks is also important. If you happen to use a pencil for your work then you might want to check out these Foosball Erasers ($12). Since they come in a pair you can start a foosball match with your friends.

Whether it be at the office, during a lecture or catching up on an art lesson, these Foosball Erasers are sure to keep you occupied during that half an hour before lunch. Just pop these handy rubbers on to your pencil, screw up a post-it note and have yourself a pretty special mini game of Foosball.

Foosball Erasers


iOS 8

Ahh, the excitement of a major new iOS update. It is almost like getting a new phone without having to spend any money. This release, of iOS 8, has some pretty major changes and some awesome hidden new features.  Read on for details of some of the ones we think are coolest.

Posted on Sep 17 2014 - 9:34am by gchoe

Arcade Belt Buckle

This Etsy based belt buckle is a replica of the old arcade coin slot. It even lights up with the flick of a switch. Pretty darn cool and hip for just $42. Keep in mind that you are just getting the Arcade Belt Buckle sans any belt.

Relonch iPhone Camera Case

Put your point and shoot or overly complicated DSLR away and use the iPhone you are already carrying. While the iPhone camera continues to improve the Relonch Camera Case plans to take it to the next level. Simply slide your iPhone into the Relonch Camera ($499) and start taking better pictures. Camera and lens details are a bit light considering the pre-0rder pice of $499.  Looks cool though. Video of the Relonch after the break.

powerless radio on a chip

Imagine a radio-on-a-chip that is about the size of an ant and needs no battery or external power source. The smart kids at Stanford University and UC Berkeley have created a prototype radio that gets power from ambient radio waves. Not only is it small and self contained with no need for power, it is also cheap to manufacture.

When this technology makes it to the real world these radios will be on just about every gadget out there for sensing and communicating data.

“The next exponential growth in connectivity will be connecting objects together and giving us remote control through the Web,” said Amin Arbabian, assistant professor of electrical engineering at Stanford, and the principal designer of the new devices. “We’re ultimately talking about connecting trillions of devices.”

This new technology will bridge the gap between our existing infrastructure, internet, computers, and smartphones, making the leap to all gadgets via this wireless controller/radio.

“How do you put a bi-directional wireless control system on every lightbulb?” Arbabian said. “By putting all the essential elements of a radio on a single chip that costs pennies to make.”‘