Let There Be Light, And Let There Be Music.

Inventors and product designers come up with all sorts of cool gadgets every day all over the world. Alarm clocks that roll away from you, human mobile phones, robotic spies that can hide from humans--and then there are the more functional gadgets that we would most likely be using right in our very own homes: light bulbs that can give us a serving of our favorite music on the side.

One Fine Toy For The Big Bond Boys: The CPT002 Glass Phone

Cinderella may have had the night of her life in her glass slippers but they can't even come close to this concept phone thought up by mobile phone maker Mobiado and luxury car brand Aston Martin. Now here's a phone that's a perfect match for Bond. James Bond.

It's A Bag.. It's a TV.. No, Wait, It's The Bag TV!

Now this definitely isn't Superman but I think it's something that's equally as super for a woman: the BagTV. Now this would be a gift that a lady who loves her bags and enjoys her daily soaps would fancy.

Scan Anything On the Go With the Visioneer Mobility Scanner

You never know when you might need to scan something and that's where the Visioneer Mobility Scanner comes in. It's handy, it's light, and the best part about it is that you don't need a computer in order to begin scanning your photos and documents.

The Camera Flash Drive: Because You Never Know When You Might Need To Take A Picture

So what do you get if you combine the quintessential flash drive with the indispensable digital camera? Why, none other than the Fuuvi Pick USB Mini Digital Camera by Audiocubes. It comes in a variety of gorgeous colors but what I love the most about these gadgets is that they're extremely functional even with their teeny tine size.

Wake Up To The Nostalgic (And Annoying) Sounds of the Pac-Man Alarm Clock

I don't know anyone who belongs to our generation that hasn't played or at least heard of Pac-Man--that tiny, yellow dude who went around mazes eating pac-dots while being chased by Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde and loading up on power pellets to turn the tide on his would-be assailants. Now fans and collectors can have a little piece of Pac-Man in their own room and right beside their bed care of the Pac-Man Alarm Clock by Firebox.

Pirates Beware: This App Is Setting Out To Teach You a Lesson By Way of Shame

If you have a bad (and illegal) habit of downloading pirated or cracked apps off the net then this vigilante app is out to teach you a lesson. Say hello to the Android.Walkinwat, the first threat to be discovered on the mobile phone that aims to punish users who download apps from unauthorized sites by shaming them.

In a Rally Surrounded By Authorities? Just Hit the "Panic" Button on This App for your Phone!

The thought of an app that could work like a "panic button" sounds like an amusing and entertaining one, but in reality, it's not. The app is actually being developed by the U.S. State Department as part of its "internet programming freedom" program that has been granted a whopping $22 million budget.

Lie Under the Stars In Your Own Room With the Sega Toys Sky Tree Homestar

Ever wished that you could lie under the stars every night while you're tucked comfortably in your bed? Maybe this was something that you wanted to do back when you were still a little kid but just couldn't. This generation's kids are a bit more luckier, because Sega Toys has now made this possible with the Tokyo Sky Tree Indoor Planetarium.

Bring the 3D Experience to your iPhone with Hasbro's My3D

Remember the days back when you held that bright red View-Master up towards the light to view sequential images that told a story without words and without any dialog? Well, now imagine a similar-looking device that's colored black (or white) with accents of blue that brings the 3D experience to your iPhone and iPod Touch.

Double the Touchscreen, Double the Fun(ctionality) with the Acer Iconia 6120

I wanted one for myself the very first time I saw the photos for the Acer Iconia 6120. I think the device is all kinds of cool, simply because it is. And who doesn't love something unique and quirky that's still functional at the same time?

Leak Alert: BlackBerry Touch Photos and Specifications

It sure has been a crazy time with all the leaks going around lately. Just earlier this week, photos of the HTC Pyramid spread over the internet when an anonymous tipster sent word to xda-developers. Now it's RIM's BlackBerry Touch, dubbed the Monaco or Monza, that's been making the rounds.

Play Your Music in Style and Luxury with the Hercules Diamond Speaker

You may only get to see the Hope Diamond at the Smithsonian but you can own your very own Black Diamond. But it's not the kind you can wear on a ring on your finger or on a necklace around your neck, but you can put it on display in your living room or bedroom. This isn't a world-famous gem but it can play your music and hook up to just about any other media device to play the sounds from your audio and video files.

April Fools: Move for Gmail, 2D-ify Your Movies, and Wear the Wii on Your Head

It's that time of the year once again: when pranksters run loose and no one can be trusted. It's April Fool's day and it's a day when even outrageous ruckus is accepted in the office. The world wide web is no exception to the fooleries of the day--in fact, it's one of the places where the pranks get as crazy as they can be. Howeverm the people behind some of the most outrageous pranks are coming clean as the day winds down so I've compiled a list of the best jokes that I found.

Spy Camera Series: Watch Out For My Watch

Welcome to the second installment of the Spy Camera Series. This time let's take a look at another object that you can position obscurely on your desk or cabinet or counter without anyone being any wiser as to what it really is: watches. Wear it on your wrist, leave it on your work table, put it in your drawers--just like the pens, the possibilities of where you can put the spy camera watch is endless.

HTC Pyramid: It's Been Leaked and It Sure Looks Good

The HTC Pyramid failed to make an appearance at the CTIA 2011 which disappointed a lot of people who were eagerly waiting for its announcement (and for a sneak peek of the device.) However, just a few days after the convention wrapped up, leaks of photos and specs of the device are spreading like fire across the web.

What You Need to Know About the BlackBerry Playbook

Research In Motion (RIM) is best known for the BlackBerry smartphone but soon the company hopes to make headlines with the release of their first ever tablet: the BlackBerry Playbook. The device was announced last September 27, 2010 and eager users have been waiting for its promised arrival in early 2011. Tablets have been all the rage lately so what edge has RIM equipped the PlayBook with to make it a contender in the competitive tablet market?

Nanogenerators: Move, Shake, and Drop to Charge Your Gadgets

It took a long time but scientists have finally developed the first nanogenerator that could be available commercially to the whole world in a matter of a few years. With how things are working out for this technology and at the pace that it's being developed, you could soon be powering up your electronic gadgets simply by moving your body and going about your daily tasks just as you do today.

No More Chewing the Edge Off Your Pen; Now You Can Eat It!

Were you one of those people who would chew at the ends of their pens or on the caps whenever they were answering a test or having a hard time going through the questionnaire? Well, I was. So when I happened to stumble upon this edible pen by Dave Hakkens, I thought that this could be the perfect solution for all of us pen-chewers in the world.

Xbox 720: Is It Coming Soon?

Speculation as to when the successor of the Xbox 360 will be released began way back since 2007. News about the Xbox 720 (it would make sense to some people just to multiply the 360 by 2 to arrive at the new name, but we never know, Microsoft could really use it) is making rounds once again, but it isn't just plain rumors that's stirring the coup this time around.