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Football Cocktail Shaker

Posted in Sports by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

Most cocktail shakers are shiny metal. Classy. When James bond orders a Martini “shaken, not stirred” it’s gotta look classy. Well, this is the exact opposite. This Football Cocktail Shaker isn’t for Bond. It’s more suited to rednecks and guys with cheese on their head, or guys with large foam hands and face paint.

It comes with a watertight inner spill proof chamber to play nice with your favorite mixers. Just screw both halves together and throw it around with your friends for a good shake. Unscrew it for your drink. Only $19.95.

Wii Football controller is real

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 22nd, 2010

Back in September we knew that the Nintendo Wii Football controller patent was getting real. CTA Digital has now made it official and something more than just a render. We don’t yet have a date for launch, but CTA has it on their site with no price listed.

The soft football controller has both sides of the ball scooped out allowing you to get a firm grip which ever hand you use to throw the ball. The company also recommend you use the wrist strap to prevent accident throwing. You know, unlike a real football, which you want to throw.

Huawei unveils 3G Soccer ball dongle

Posted in Computers by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2010

Huawei is offering up something that Soccer fans will love. The device above is not just a speaker in the shape of an orb, it’s a football dongle from Huawei designed to celebrate the upcoming FIFA World Cup soccer event.

A 3G broadband dongle to be precise. It works with Windows 7, Linux and Mac. We don’t have any info on price just yet, but maybe more info will be revealed when the World Cup hits South Africa. Serious Soccer fans will want to keep an eye out for this one.

Wii Football accessory is real

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on September 20th, 2009

Wii Football accessory is realNow when you throw your Wiimote at the TV, you can do so in style. This plastic football accessory might even make Madden sell better on the Wii. It comes from CTA Digital, the company behind the Wii bowling ball and iPhone steering wheel. They are no strangers to weird accessories.

This Football for your Wii opens up to hold your Wiimote and the face buttons of your controller are on top of the football. It’s compatible with Madden 10, Madden 09 All-Play, NCAA Football 09 All-Play, and several other football games.

Nintendo’s Wii football accessory patent

Posted in patents,Wii by Conner Flynn on August 25th, 2009

Nintendo's Wii football accessory patentGame console makers apparently entertain every single idea, no matter how silly. The latest patent dreamed up by the big N is a football accessory that holds a Wiimote and nunchuk. The idea is that it could determine throwing angle, power and direction as well as body movements, which are then translated to the game.

It beats an inflatable horse, but do we really need to be breaking more TVs, with fake footballs? It’s just a patent, but you never know. We may see this one down the road. Good idea or not.

World Cup Soccer Players USB drives

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on June 25th, 2009

World Cup Soccer Players USB drivesSome call it soccer, others call it football. Some just know it as that sport they played once that got them kicked in the groin. Whatever you call it in your country, it’s a little known fact that the heads of these athletes are removable and store data.

How do you think they come up with their game plan in the locker room? Did you think the coach simply talks to them while pointing a stick at a chalkboard? No, that would be silly. Instead, each 1 GB player removes his head and plugs himself into a port, becoming part of the team “collective” and downloading game plans. Their endgame? World domination with Pele as their new God.

LED Football 2 for iPhone

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2008

LED Football 2 for iPhoneWhile it won’t impress today’s kids who grew up on Madden NFL, this will be a familiar sight to those of us who grew up in the 70s/80s. It’s an updated version of the LED football handheld we all knew and loved. It’s up at the AppStore.

Some new features include running, kicking, punts, field goals and passing. You won’t even have to worry about wear to the plastic buttons or buying a new 9 volt battery. With Passing you have total offense. This is how football was played once upon a time, as blips on a screen.

Behold man’s new best friend, the Manvan

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on August 28th, 2008

Behold man’s new best friend, the ManvanThose who are always looking for the latest innovations in tailgating will want to take a serious look at the Manvan. Designed by Aimee LoDuca, this oversized behemoth of a van targets football fans who need more nachos, more beer and just plain more of everything.

It’s inspired by the Nissan NV200, and can expand in the rear just like you after a huge meal. It will house almost everything that you need for indoor and outdoor use. We first told you about the Nissan NV200 almost a full year ago, but it’s still at a conceptual stage, despite being completely awesome and extremely useful. One day soon we hope to see it realized. Man’s first parties were in caves, man’s next parties will be in vans.

Madden 09 Limited Edition PSP

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on May 21st, 2008

Madden 09 Limited Edition PSPWe’ve seen several versions of the PSP over the years, but until now none have been geared toward diehard Football fans. This one is for all the Madden fans, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of one of the most popular sports titles ever.

The bundle will have a limited-edition “Metallic Blue” PSP with the Madden NFL 09 game; “NFL: In Just One Play” on UMD Video; a voucher to download Beats (a new way to interact with your music collection on your PSP system. It uses a beat-tracking technology to create gameplay from any song the player supplies) from the PlayStation Store and a 1GB Memory Stick Pro Duo. So if you’re a huge Football fan, the bundle will be available on August 12 for $199.