The folks who run the @Fuuwa Twitter account claim that if they can manage to get 2,000 retweets, they'll put this dangerous but handy-looking shuriken (aka throwing star) multitool into production. Despite assorted built-in screwdriver tips and wrenches, we all know this tool is only designed to fix one problem:…
Besides its aluminum body and USB 3.0 ports, the Gateway ID47 laptop will attract eyes because of its display. Similar to LG's laptop, Gateway stretched and thinned the ID47 bezel to fit a 14-inch screen where a 13.3-inch display would normally reside.
Here's why you should care about LG's new Blade series of laptops: Not only do their Shuriken displays get as slim as 4.5mm, but the bezels are so minimal that they can fit a 14-inch screen in the same footprint as a laptop with a standard 13.3-inch display.
Whether it's true or not, Apple is denying that Steve Jobs ninja star story. But you might still wonder, what exactly is this forbidden implement, where did it come from and how do you throw it?
On today's list of things that didn't quite make the cut for whatever reason: Dangerous cellphone straps, updates no one will notice, a Google freebie, and a six dollar waste of money.
I may not be all that light on my feet, but if there's one place that I dominate, it's the refrigerator.
Are you a bad enough dude to own this clock? Not everyone is capable of withstanding the eight-pointed shuriken frame, the Yin/Yang face, the nunchuck hands, the chopstick second hand, and the ninja figure that's incessantly kicking its invisible enemies in the face before winding up and kicking some more.