Do you have a mug problem in your office? Where some tosser always steals your mug from the cupboard just as you *really* need a soothing cup of tea? Well here's your answer.
The Plug Mug, from IWOOT, has a removable plug in it that you can keep on your keyring and only apply when you're drinking. That way, it's useless to anyone else. It's dishwasher safe and everything.
Yours for just £10, available right now.
Plug Mug (via Technabob)
Both "boobs" and "booty" have been banned from being used in marketing text for an application called "Wobble", which allows users to add 'wobble points', around which any picture they like will wobble. If that confused you, check the promotional video for the app, but be warned, it's probably mildly NSFW.
Back in December, an application called iBoobs was banned from the App store, and now 'Wobble' is under threat too. When the developer complained about the censorship, Apple told him "Wobble and Apple had an agreement that we needed to comply with".
Apple are rather tetchy about the tone of the app store. For a long time, burp and fart apps weren't allowed (though they're now ridiculously popular), and full-on porn has never been allowed. Where does the line get drawn, though? Share your opinion in the comments.
(via TechCrunch, image courtesy of "Jiggles" app)
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We've seen deadly iPod accessories before, but this is the first iPod accessory I've seen for killing people that aren't you. It's a handy iPod Touch mount for your sniper rifle. What do you mean you don't have a sniper rifle?
On the App Store, there's some matching ballistics software, called Bullet Flight. Though if you live in Washington DC, I wouldn't recommend buying it until tomorrow, unless you want a visit from the FBI. You can choose to correct for distance, wind direction, elevation and temperature. No coriolis effect, sadly.
In the meantime, it gets boring on a rooftop for hours on end - so what would be on a sniper's playlist? I've started making a Spotify playlist here. Let me know your suggestions in the comments.
(via the Firearm Blog)
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This, ladies and gentlemen, is the PowerBilt Air Force One. It's a golf club, and it's full of Nitrogen. Why is it full of Nitrogen? I'm glad you asked. It's full of Nitrogen because Nitrogen improves the 'trampoline effect' when the club makes contact with the ball, and allows the makers to produce a club that gives you optimum distance but retains a large sweet spot.
All in all, you're going to end up with a drive like John Daly's. The driver's going to cost US$500, along with US$350 for a fairway wood and US$250 for a hybrid iron. I don't know much about how much golf clubs cost, but that does seem rather on the expensive side. Still, for the longest drive in Golf, perhaps it's worth it.
PowerBilt (via CrunchGear)
If I learnt anything from the second series of Heroes, it's that people who turn stuff into gold tend to end up in an early grave. A cautionary tale for Super Talent, who make USB drives out of 18 carat solid gold. The Pico-C USB drive. Oh, they cost US$599, by the way. What do you get for that cash? 8GB of storage, 30MB/s transfer speeds (gold's a very good conductor) and water resistance, in case you drop it in your $300 glass of champagne.
The company will also etch anything you like onto it for no extra cost, like a pretty zebra, your primary school nickname (big ears), or maybe even your company's logo. The whole thing arrives in a black velvet jewelery box with a certificate of authenticity and a gold keychain. I'll say again - US$599. That's £380. Yowch. Grab one on eBay and spraypaint it gold instead.
Super Talent (via ShinyShiny)
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