Want to spend a few minutes living vicariously through a multimillionaire whose 007-inspired villa feels like the awesome digs of a real-life Spectre villain? Then scope out VisaJet CEO Thomas Flore’s Swiss villa, which appears in the new issue of T magazine from the New York Times.
50 sheets, each with icons reminding you of calls that need returning, food that needs buying and dates that require setting up. It's a shame there isn't a "find" feature in this $10 notepad yet. Maybe in MePad 2.0? [Lobotome]
At a press conference celebrating 25 years of laptop-making, Mark Whittard, Managing Director of Toshiba Australia, concluded by showed off a prototype for the Toshiba SmartPad, a tablet he said would hit sometime around October of this year.
I don't know whether to go to an Apple store or the feminine care aisle to purchase an iPad. Oh, don't groan! You cracked similar jokes. And let's face it: They're all kinda lame and won't bother Steve whatsoever.
There have been some pretty horrible iPhone knock-offs, but I say enough is enough when you have to draw in your own apps.
This stoned-out-of-her-mind Canadian actress Tamara Hope talking about flow for 30 seconds makes this Palm Pre ad more like a tampon ad instead of a cellphone commercial.
Following Microsoft's latest foray into the laptop accessories game, Logitech has announced both an active cooling pad and adaptable notebook stand, combating the common mobile computing problems of ball-baking and back-breaking, respectively.
Unless you're an old man or on your knees all day, these Warmmi USB Heating Knee pads will only be used once every few months when your lazy ass decides to get out of the house and play some basketball with the guys.
If the impending arrival of peak oil and the effects it will have on heating costs have you in a tizzy, look to the new temperature adjustable seat cushion from Cool or Heat. It's not much to look at, but this back-and-ass-pad is capable of being powered by the included AC and car adapters. This means comfort in…