It’s not uncommon to see a shiny mouse, decked out with some overly feminine design. However, there is rarely a mouse seen that uses decals that are just cool as opposed to pretty. Well this pirate mouse will help you on your way to any devious planning. The seemingly evil mouse would also be a great tool to pwn noobs and leave angry comments on YouTube or your blog of choice.
Sadly, this mouse doesn’t look quite as menacing as one would hope for with a skulls and crossbones mouse. Between the teeth and the cartoonish eyes, it doesn’t look like it’d strike the fear into anyone. Actually, your Great Grandmother might even call it cute, which is never a good sign. Luckily though this mouse does have one perk, it is actually optical. The mouse is also compatible with not only Windows, but Mac OS X and Linux as well. You can pick up the USB mouse on BBMoon for $27 a piece.
Want to do your bit in keeping the earth green while decorating your home? Well, there are many ways to do so, including solar-powered fairy lights, solar-powered lawnmowers and the like, and today we have yet another idea for you to consider – the Firewinder. Let’s face it, any product named like it will definitely be interesting to look at, and the Firewinder certainly doesn’t come up short when it comes to looking cool! This decorative outdoor light is able to visualize the wind’s energy, turning just about any breeze into light to give your garden a lovely glowing ambience.
100% wind-powered, Firewinder is unlike anything we’ve ever seen. By day it’s a relatively unobtrusive dangling corkscrew doodah that spins in the wind. But when night falls and the wind blows, it lights up, creating a beautiful spiraling effect. The faster the blow the greater the glow, so in a real gust Firewinder becomes a pulsating pillar of light. It’s truly spellbinding and eco-friendly to boot. Firewinder’s helical wing captures the wind from any angle, and it’s so light it will catch the lightest of breezes. Simply attach it to a tree, roof terrace or wall using the included hanging kit (featuring sturdy stainless steel quick release fixing points) and wait for the wind to blow.
The Firewinder was specially designed to spin clockwise, so those who wish it to do so otherwise are out of luck. Small issue that, though. It is also nice to know that the Firewinder has been specially engineered to withstand just about any kind of inclement weather, capable of offering year after year of mesmerizing entertainment without adding to your home’s carbon footprint. Firebox is currently carrying the Firewinder for £99.99 a pop. Why not go green this holiday season instead of further burdening the earth with more plastic devices that do more than just sip power?
Shred Easy is a name that’s pretty much self-explanatory – it specializes in churning out shredders that are an important fixture at any office, gobbling up important information and making sure that said document suffers a similar fate as Humpty Dumpty, where nobody who takes a look at the post-shredding handiwork will be able to piece together the original. This time round, Shred Easy has unveiled yet another member to its range of mobile shredding devices known as the Urban Shredder. It is tipped that the Urban Shredder will be a common sight in city centers sometime in the near future throughout the UK from 23rd November onwards, offering on-site shredding services.
Shred Easy wants to be the market leader in producing a mobile shredding vehicle that offers a comprehensive document destruction service which is also able to minimize carbon emissions in the process. The result? A smaller, lighter and quieter vehicle for onsite document destruction. The Urban Shredder is able to go about its business despite running on a more compact engine compared to its predecessors, while the reduced weight results in less oil and even less fuel during normal transit and shredding processes. This will translate to a higher level of cost efficiency, aiding environmental benefits while lowering noise levels by a reasonable amount.
The Urban Shredder weighs 7.5 tons and is touted to be the “most advanced mobile document destruction unit operating in the UK today”. It packs in 180 horse power to bring secure destruction services to your door, literally placing it streets ahead of the competition. It also measures 6 meters in length, rendering it the shortest mobile shredding in the market to date. Being highly maneuverable, the Urban Shredder is able to provide you with the best portable shredding service ever experienced, if you give it a go, that is. If you want to do your bit for the environment, give the Urban Shredder a go. After all, all paper will be recycled and trees will be planted on behalf of customers and vehicles scheduled on green routes.
A bit of sad news for all you Motorola fans who were expecting to grab hold of the new Motorola RAZR, the Motorola RAZR3 Ruby, it?s not going to happen.
Yes, the Motorola RAZR3 Ruby that was talked about back in September had bitten the dust; Motorola has pulled the plug and cancelled the production.
The reason, well at a guess, as the Motorola RAZR3 Ruby was on Symbian UIQ and since Motorola?s shift and reorganisation of its mobile department is now dropping Symbian in favour of Android, into the mobile bin goes the RAZR3 Ruby.
So if you are a RAZR fan I guess you better start looking for another handset if you were thinking of upgrading to the Ruby.
French manufacturer of tailor-made mobile phones such as the Christian Dior, ModeLabs Group has announced the availability of the MTV 3.4 ?Non-Stop MTV? which is a new mobile phone designed with the younger generation in mind.
The MTV 3.4 ?Non-Stop MTV? offers a set of features aiming to bring youngsters closer to the popular TV channel MTV, and include exclusive ring tones, one click access to MTV channels, wallpapers, 2 MTV games Dirty Sanchez and Urban Attack, and MTV musical playlists.
Spec wise the MTV 3.4 ?Non-Stop MTV? features a 2 megapixel camera, MP3 player, 3G connectivity; RSS feed reader, video conferencing and microSD slot. The MTV 3.4 ?Non-Stop MTV? is available in France from SFR with a cost of ?29 as part of an SFR pack.
If you are a Bruce Lee fan you?ll remember the coolest version of the Nokia N96 that had tiny nunchucks, you know, the Nokia N96 Bruce Lee edition.
Well Nokia has made a viral video to promote the Nokia N96 Bruce Lee edition which is well worth a look just to see the master of martial arts doing his thing.
And doing his thing in this video is lighting matches with his nunchucks, which when you watch the video is kind of awesome to say the least. He lights a match that?s being held in a guy?s mouth, which is kind of brave to have nunchucks swinging that close.
Impressed with the successful tests of mobile phone signal jamming technology used at a South Carolina prison, officials are now working on implementing mobile phone jamming in Texas.
Jerry Madden, Chairman of the House Corrections Committee, said: “It would take a change in federal law to allow jamming such as this, but I would hope there could be some action to change the law sooner rather than later.”
The proposed date for the mobile phone jamming technology to be tried out in Travis County state jail in Austin Texas is the 18th of December.
The issue of mobile phones in prisons was highlighted after Richard Lee Tabler, a condemned double murderer made calls via a mobile phone from his death row cell to Senator John Whitmire last month.
The ability to design can customise the look of your mobile phone has always been a good idea, and Nokia?s Nokia Build gives you that ability although the problem was it was only being offered in France.
Well not any more because Nokia Build has now come to the UK. Now UK Nokia fan can avail themselves of the Nokia Build but unfortunately only has one handset to play with and that?s the Nokia 7310 Supernova.
So if you fancy having a play with Nokia Build and designing your own externals for a Nokia 7310 Supernova then pop over to the Nokia Build website where you can have a play around with the design features, you don?t even need to register.
Samsung it getting ready to release a new music orientated low end clamshell form factor handset, the Samsung M3110, a stylised mobile handset designed for mass production that will carry a price tag of about $180.00.
Spec wise the Samsung M3100 offers up and external and internal display, a 1.3 megapixel camera, and a 3.5mm audio headphones jack, there is also a possibility the Samsung M3100 may include Bluetooth.
Four colours are offered on the Samsung M3100 which are green, purple, lemon-orange, and blue, and that?s about all we know at the moment. Not sure if it?s headed for the US or even Europe, but we?ll keep an eye on this one and let you know.
Source ? justamp