It doesn't matter how big or comfy your bed is, there's just something undeniably satisfying about falling asleep on the couch in your living room. So Unikia created a better couch pillow, with a two-piece Flip! cushion that should let you nap comfortably and not have to worry about waking up to a sore neck or joints.
Portable document scanners have existed for years, and you can even get models as small as a business card. The catch, however, is that you need to physically move the scanner across a document yourself, which often leads to mixed results. And that's why Doxie's new Flip is so wonderful; it's basically a tiny flatbed…
How many times do you check your clock before going to bed to make sure the morning alarm's been set? With Lexon's new Flip it should really only be once since the top and bottom of the alarm clock feature the words 'on' and 'off' in big, obvious letters.
In the early 1960's, the US Department of Naval Research needed a new way to study the acoustic targeting for submarine rockets. The ship had to be silent and stable—more buoy than boat. The design that met the requirements became the world's only vertically-flippable research vessel. Either that, or the lamest…
The Flip was an amazing gadget once upon a million years ago because it was stupid simple. So it's kind of mind-blowing Flip creator Jonathan Kaplan's next project is a weirdly techno-gimmicky grilled cheese restaurant called The Melt.
The Olympus LS-20M is a handheld HD video camera in the line of the deceased Flip. It shoots 1080p, comes with a 2-inch LCD screen and looks sorta like what we thought futuristic technology would look like in the 90's. Which isn't bad, just a little more gaudy than necessary. One good thing: the LS-20M places a…
Samsung's new W200 digital camcorder is very, very similar to the recently murdered Flip. It looks the same, functions the same, and has about the same quality (1080p at 30 FPS). But it's got a trick—it swims.
Here are the first photos of Flip's never-to-be launched FlipLive.
Today, we pay our respects to an old, departed, obsolete, redundant friend. Here lie the remains of Flip, a product nobody needed anymore or cared about. So, its creator decided to destroy it. Now let us bow our heads. Phew!
Taking your camera out on your outdoor adventures lets you share your feats with friends and look x-treme on the internet, but be sure your hardware's strapped in snug!—Flip's Video Action Tripod claims to do just that.
We've covered Fleshlights and Tengas plenty here, but until now, Tenga Flip Holes were something only (mostly) available in Japan. Not anymore. Fleshbot tests their new US-edition Flip Holes and say it's amazing—even better than Fleshlights. [Fleshbot]
We may not all be professional videographers, but the world needs its neighborhood auteurs. Whoever that person is capturing memories at 60 frames per second, these are the gifts for them.
A friend turned drunken thief. A couple looking for some on-camera action. A digital dater racked with shame. You seem guilty, this week, readers. But our consciences are filthy too—all aboard the empathy train. It's time for healing.
One of the more exciting features of the new Flip Ultras is the FlipPort, a proprietary connection that allows the UltraHD to take advantage of third-party accessories. Among the first: the Scosche freedomMIC, a wireless lapel mic for your pocketcam.
When a product's sole tenet is simplicity, revisions can be tricky. The new Flip MinoHD and UltraHD cameras play it safe: the video's still 720p, but it's 60fps and image-stabilized, and the devices look familiar but the Ultra's now accessory-friendly.
The best camera is the one you have with you, so I carry a very nice point-and-shoot everywhere. Nothing else has been good enough. But the iPhone 4 is.
Screwing a Flip camera into a baseball cap? Is that a strange, socially awkward thing to do? No way! Just look at these satisfied customers!