Motorola has patented a new technology that will silently shock you the next time you receive a call. The technology uses a special stimulator pad that is worn on the skin of the user. The phone sends a single to the pad when it receives a call, which activates a set of electrodes on the pad and silently notifies the user. This patent is Motorola's attempt to inform the user of a call in a completely silent manner, as even vibrating alerts make some audible noise. When not used as a call notifier, the stimulator pad can be used as part of a simple ab training routine. Through Motorola's patented technology, you will gain a six pack of abs so strong, you can crack a chestnut on them. Or so the legend goes...
This is the Willcon Phone Strap 2, a confusingly named cell phone that's allegedly the world's smallest. The $380 (WTF?) Tic-Tac box features a 1-inch color screen, flip-up antennae, 2-hours of talk time, and doesn't even have a camera. I'm sorry, but I just don't see the pur... / Continue →
Tired of nuking your brain with cell phone radiation? ME NEITHER. I can't get enough of that stuff. I think it's because I used to rest my head on the microwave when I was cooking Hot Pockets growing up. But for those of you who care, Pong is selling a line of cases for popu... / Continue →
This is a video of a girl in China talking on her cell phone when she falls through a 20-foot sinkhole. And for once, I don't blame her. While I generally frown on the use of a cellular device while doing anything other than sitting motionless in a locked room, this girl was ... / Continue →