I hate cork boards, but I love this Manhattan map cork board. Instead of adding notes or photos, however, I would use it to place pins highlighting all the amazing restaurants and bars in this city.
Remember the Boogie Board "tablet" that, factoring in 50,000 erases, cost less than paper? It's been super-sized to 10.5 inches, giving you basically twice the real estate to doodle or leave disgusting dorm door messages. You still can't record your sketches or writing, but depending on how indecent your friends are,…
Filed in things I never knew: early Monopoly boards were circular! Filed in things I should have known: Monopoly street names all hail from Atlantic City.
Scrabble is serious business, people. That's why it's all the more fundamental to have an 8-foot Scrabble board in your backyard. Now: F, O, P, U, Y, E, letter of your choice. Go.
Nobody likes buying batteries, and chances are if you are a fatty in dire need of some Wii Fit workouts, you will probably go through quite a few of them. Fortunately, the team at Nyko are offering a solution with their new Energy Pak product for the balance board. The Pak installs on the bottom of the board and makes…
We're not sure how useful motion sensing controllers are for Xbox 360 since none of the games are, you know, designed for it. But if you're into keeping up with the Sonys in the world, Talismoon's Tilt Board mod will bring motion detection to your Xbox 360 controller.
Go may not be very popular here in the US, but that didn't stop me from actually taking a few lessons when I was a kid (ladies, quit knocking down my door). Plus, it didn't stop this guy from designing an electronic roll-up Go board.
Gadgets practically turned the entire city of Boston upside down yesterday. Fourteen of these horrifying and obviously dangerous devices were found throughout the city, and it turns out they were light boards depicting a "Mooninite," an outer space delinquent who shows up on the Adult Swim show Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
Not exactly new—we saw this on sale at our local target—this Nintendo themed Monopoly game could be great to get your video game-addicted kids to join in on a fun family activity.
Leaving a note on the fridge is so 2004. Philips' In Touch message board concept makes family communications cold and impersonal, the way they were meant to be.