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)
Announced two days ago, the GPS In-Car holder from Archos has been given the once-over treatment from Zara. Have a look…
Bit worried about what your mobile’s doing to you? Think that getting a warm ear after ten minutes of chatting is merely the tip of the iceberg, and that in 30 years time mobile phone users will be forced to stand outside pubs in the rain for the safety of the general population once the SHOCKING TRUTH about DEADLY mobile radiation finally comes out?
In that case, wrap your phone up in one of these – an anti-radiation case. Created, or at least mocked-up in principle – by know-what-you’re-getting-from-the-name Anti Radiation Leather Case Cellular Accessories, the anti-radiation case only has blocking on one side so your phone actually still works and sees the outisde world, while stopping those death rays from penetrating your essential organs.
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When Don Letts answered The Observer’s weekly ‘What would you save if your house was burning down’ question with a lengthy description of his favourite boombox, I doubt he ever considered the fact that another ‘ghetto blaster’ could possibly eclipse his own in terms of cool factor – even if his has been in close proximity to John Lydon and Joe Strummer.
There’s not much to say about this boombox from Lasonic…
Looking more like a piece of hospital equipment than a fun console peripheral, the Wii Party Station is… everything.