Thanks to a new drug, you may soon be able to be morbidly obese without it having any sort of detrimental impact on your lifespan. At least, if you're a mouse.
So you need to be able to control the cursor on your computer and also weigh small items at the same time? Life must have been frustrating for you for a long time! But no longer, friend: the Brando scale mouse is here.
Looking for a way to keep your pants up while also projecting to the world that you're a little bit awkward? This mouse belt should do the trick.
Personally, I don't have a porn folder. I've never looked at porn. I don't even know what porn is. Some sort of snack food, I imagine. But from what I hear, people seem to keep a lot of pictures and video of it on their computers, and thanks to these new concepts, you'll be able to feel just exactly how heavy and bloated all those files are.
The Cellulon evoMouse proposes to be the next generation of mousing technology by doing away with the mouse altogether and letting you use your fingers instead. It's a neat idea, but there's no way this thing is going to take over from the peripherals we're used to.
A group of scientists working on ways to reduce the effects of stress on the intestinal tract, may have accidentally stumbled upon a cure for baldness.
If those TSA body scanners make you uncomfortable, don't worry. The next generation scanning systems won't be able to see you naked, instead they may simply be filled with teams of super smart explosive-sniffing mice.
Scientists in Japan have accidentally mutated all the squeak out of this cute little mouse, and it now tweets like a bird instead, which could be the beginnings of a simple language....
The venerable computer mouse has a problem: No matter how perfect its contours may be, it still could lead to repetitive stress injuries if you use it for too long. That's why one Chicago inventor dared to reinvent the way we point and click, and his novel design is finally for sale.
We were already convinced of the outstanding value of Microsoft pointing devices, and then along come three new ones that look like an even better deal, each costing less than $30. All have that cool Microsoft BlueTrack technology, letting you...