Entertainment

Roku Brings Out-of-Market MLB to Your TV

Roku brings the cost-effective full coverage of the MLB season provided by MLB.TV while allowing you to watch on your big screen TV.

Enterprising Fashion: Star Trek Airwalk Sneakers

With the Star Trek movie still playing in many theaters across North America, it's definitely playing on our minds and making its way into fashion as well. Airwalk has released a really cool design of kicks that even the non-Trekkies are sure to appreciate.


A Hotel All About Boys And Their Toys

While women might get away to a hotel with dreams of a quiet bubble bath, a glass of champagne, and perhaps an in-room massage, many men have a different idea of a relaxing hotel getaway. It's no secret that boys like their toys, and one international hotel is finally recognizing this by giving men an exclusive experience.

iTuning Your Next Social Network?

Apple, Apple, Apple! Like Marsha from The Brady Bunch, it always seems like Apple gets all the attention. Even when its quiet! Yes, without one single PowerPoint presentation from Steve Jobs or even a whiff of a press release, Apple is out there front and center churning up the rumor mill!  The latest fodder to hit the digital airwaves is a reported social media app that will simultaneously connect various social networks and integrate with iTunes.

Super Mario Collector's Edition Chess Set Has Nintendo Fans Pawned

Video games featuring Super Mario and the gang did much to turn traditional games like chess into neglected curiosities. No longer - this Collector's Edition chess set melds old school and new school into something any type gamer should "check" out!

Is Facebook Lite The Latest Biggest Loser?

Fast on the heels of acquiring FriendFeed, Facebook is about to roll-out Facebook Lite. As a quasi-Twitter platform, one can only wonder if it comes with half the calories but allows for more characters per morsel? If Twitter is your micro-blogging maincourse du jour, what could Facebook possibly be offering to alter your diet?

Queerbook, What's In A Name?

When the GLBT community launches their social network in 2010, do you think the name "Queerbook" is an appropriate handle? Reece W. Manley, the founder thinks so as he has registered trademarks for Queerbook.com and Queerbook.net, in addition to establishing their logo.

Get Your Own Cameleon To Sing In Your Shower

Ever see a chameleon?  They are known for being able to stick to almost anything with their feet, and some of them even change colors.  Here's a chameleon that not only has sticky feet and changes colors, but it also sings!

Locomatrix: GPS-Based Gaming Company

If you don't have a GPS or a GPS mobile phone, you're definitely behind the times, especially since they now do more than just tell you where to go, at least since businesses have managed to create entertaining GPS-based games.


Rubik's Sphere Sure to Give Me a Headache

Brain-teasers drive me insane.  I drool, I weep, I get migraines.  So it is with great trepidation that I turn your attention to this: The Rubik's 360!

Twihotels, The Twitter Hotel-Finder Launches

The difficult thing about traveling is finding the right hotel in the right city at the right price! But equally important is securing a hotel you can trust - one that has been recommended by others.

Kideo: YouStar’s Existing Competition Lets Children Star In Animated Flix

I recently introduced you to YouStar, which allows people of all ages star in their favorite action films or romantic comedies, so that they can pretend to be Jennifer Anniston's leading man (or lady). But did you know that before this company announced the release of their brand of product, another one, Kideo, already captured the market?

Geeky Gamer Fashion: The Retro Tetris Bracelet

Retro fashions might be in style, but the gamer's Tetris bracelet isn't necessary what most people have in mind when they hear vintage fashion.

Mad Men Use Social Media To Promote Old Media

Remember the days of 'push marketing', when the Mad Men of Madison Avenue monopolized what messages were beamed out to the public. Feeding us manageable morsels of propaganda about the brands they represented, they controlled a lot of what we ate, drank, and yes... even what we thought.

AquaClimb – Rock On!

If you or someone in your family is a thrill-seeker, this product may be right up your alley. The AquaClimb combines two popular sports, swimming and wall climbing!