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Start your car with your iPhone

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on October 13th, 2009

Start your car with your iPhoneCar keys are so last century. They’re only good for scratching other people’s cars out of revenge or scratching instant lottery tickets. We have the iPhone, who needs keys? More cars are starting with just the push of a button these days anyway. More will follow. Viper is creating a keyless future with their new iPhone app that unlocks and starts your car for you.

The app is free and connects to a Viper SmartStart hardware module inside of your car, letting you start your car, get the heat going, unlock doors or turn the alarm on or off. Also, you don’t need to be physically near your car to do those things since it works using cell networks.

Keyboard Keys USB card reader

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 24th, 2009

Keyboard Keys USB card readerThe Keyboard Keys USB Card Reader looks like…Keyboard keys. You might say it’s the key to the whole design concept. That’s what’s key here. The Keyboard Keys USB Card Reader is compatible with USB 2.0 and supports SDHC, SD, micro SDHC, microSD, Sony M2, Memory Stick, and MS duo cards.

The device is shaped like the Enter and Ctrl key. It’s also compatible with Windows and Mac OS and comes in white and blue. These will cost you $12 each.

Hang your keys on your key

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on July 8th, 2009

Hang your keys on your keyMy friends, keychain technology has just changed forever. Since the dawn of time we have been hanging our keys on plain round rings. Sometimes with a charm or something attached, but a plain old ring nonetheless.

Behold the key that shall hold your keys from this day forward. It’s a real working blank key that can be cut by any key cutter to fit KW1 or SC1 keys. Just $7 for two of them. Keys will never be the same.

Ratchet Allen Keys

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on May 11th, 2009

Ratchet Allen KeysWhether you are building a ton of Ikea furniture or putting together a bike, the trusty old Allen wrench is a part of it. But the only thing that sucks about the little tools is that they don’t operate like a ratchet.Well, now you can have your Allen wrench and your ratchet all in one,

They’re available in both Metric and Imperial and come packed with 9 different sized keys from 1.5mm to 6mm. It features a clever design where the fold out cover becomes the handle and it can rotate a full 360°. Now this is a useful tool.

Keyboard calculator is expensive, loud

Posted in Calculators by Conner Flynn on June 6th, 2008

Keyboard calculator is expensive, loud
Most devices already have a calculator app built in, including your computer. That’s why most people have no use for a stand-alone calculator. But if you do want or need a number cruncher that’s free and untethered and all independent like, this is the one to get. The 10-key calculator. It’s what a calculator would have looked like if there had been one built into your keyboard number pad. Instead of soft squishy keys, you get the clickety clack of a keyboard, which I’m sure won’t help it fit in your pocket and it will only annoy fellow nerds. All of this backwards innovation will cost you $88. Oddly, it’s only available in red or white.