One thing I noticed—sadly!—with the original iPhone was the lack of a place to hang a keitai strap. For awhile, I'd collect fun ones from Japan. Good thing I saved all them because the bumper fixes this.
Actually, the sound emitted by Ecohime is supposed to be running water, but as our leader Jason Chen pointed out "it sounds like a standing ovation." Hopefully, version 2.0 will embrace this theme with raucous applause and words of encouragement and praise. "I knew you had it in you!", "Way to be #2!" and so on. […
Granted, this Street Fighter IV joystick cellphone strap is awesome, but it might have an adverse effect on your social life. You see, different joystick / button combinations produce voice clips from the game.
I would get into the ring with a rosy-cheeked 2-year old Rocky (and beat him senseless). I'd commit a crime right in front of baby RoboCop. And yeah, nobody is running from a diaper-wearing Predator.
Wired and Gizmodo's Lisa Katayama gathered up some of the strangest and most fun cellphone charms from Japan all in one place, proving once and for all that nothing defines the land of the rising sun better than a tiny, cigarette-smoking baby wearing a cowboy hat.
You know we love cellphone straps around here, so how could we resist what could be the ultimate cellphone strap ever? This one's called the Tokyo Micro garden, and contains a "nutrient-rich gel" and a plant which actually grows over time. Cool, yes, but even cooler when you smash it against a would-be-mugger's face…