So anyway, this is a real thing. It's an $18,000 diamond-encrusted wristband that transforms your comparatively cheap iPod nano into a wristwatch and you into a pretentious money-wasting douchebag. Magic!
Don't ask me why but Nike has decided to release a pair of Zoom Kobe VI 3D for the upcoming All-Star Game. People, 3D televisions, movies, and commercials are NOT enough! We need 3D everywhere! Check it out:
Rarely do ostentatiously tacky and expensive rich people things look gaudy and do something useful at the same time. That's still the case here, as this curious Louis Vuitton belt buckle continues the trend. It's also a cellphone, you see...
It's probably smart and necessary to teach your children self-defense. The world is crazy scary! But it's probably dumb and unnecessary to buy them a Kick Dummy so they can practice kneeing perps in the nuts. The world is scary crazy!
For those who love music that pumps from the plump, alien-looking frames of little white pigs comes Speakal's ugly-as-sin iPig.
Jeanne Mundango Manunga, scumbag, was recently jailed by Santa Ana, California police for sending nasty, threatening texts to herself. She was posing as her sister-in-law and ex-boyfriend, both of whom were jailed. Now she's in prison where she belongs.
Have Xbox 360, will travel? Why yes, and while that particular console isn't one I usually associate with the jet-set crowd, this GAEMS suitcase allows one to do just that. Now, about that power brick...
Jetyo's HDV-T900 solar-powered camcorder is probably not suitable for any nefarious nighttime activities you might have planned for that special anniversary, and judging from how long it would take to recharge, it's probably not good at much else either.
An air purifier for pets! What an ingenious idea! It takes that filthy air around Fido's head, sucks it up, and replaces it with clean, refreshing and pet-friendly snake oil!
While we're confident that we nailed our 50 worst gadgets of the decade, you commenters reminded us of a few truly awful gems that didn't make the cut. So here are eleven more worst gadgets for your enjoyment and derision.
LG Internet Refrigerator
Back in 2001, LG got so excited about this whole internet thing that they decided to put it in as many appliances as they could find. There were also a microwave oven and washing machine, but the Internet Refrigerator gets special mention for integrating a videophone, making it a double dip of…
We're almost clear of the aughts. Just one more week, and we get to leave this decade behind for good. But before we do, it's worth taking stock of the absolute worst gadgets these last ten years have given us.
Samsung's Behold II is the most impressively ugly Android phone in existence. The custom interface is so bad, so gaudy and so confusing it turned my brains into ooze.
I still can't believe the TwitterPeek exists. It's a portable device that only does Twitter. Seriously, who the hell would spend $200 on this? Am I crazy here?
The Wattgate "Audio Grade" wall socket costs a mere $147, but the crisp, unmatchable sounds it will create in your home are positively priceless.
I really didn't want to beat up on WinMo here, because at this point it just feels tired. But man, come on Microsoft, you're giving me no choice. Windows Mobile 6.5 isn't just a letdown—it barely seems done.
Garmin makes the best portable navigators out there. Millions of people, including me, are fans. But following notoriously lengthy delays, the first Nuvifone should have been euthanized, not put on AT&T shelves next to the iPhone—for $100 more.
The Bellings Media Chef digitally displays recipe videos while you cook. Now, I'm not saying you could do this with your laptop and save money, but I am totally telling you could do this with your laptop and save money.