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Order Papa John’s Pizza from your PS3

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on September 20th, 2009

Order Papa John’s Pizza from your PS3This is the tipping point. This bit of news right here. This is the very thing that finally, at long last dooms humanity to a Wall-E future, where humans are all fat and stupid. Yeah, why bother to use the phone? Who needs all that human contact? No way you’re heading to the store to pick up that pizza either, not the way your chins bang into each other like a pair of Kerbangers.

No, the best way to do it is to order pizza from your PS3. The Papa John’s site delivers ads for Sony games like LittleBigPlanet and the digital download PixelJunk Shooter, and makes it easy to order a pizza with your DualShock 3.

New Jack In The Box order kiosk removes humans from the equation

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on July 26th, 2009

New Jack In The Box order kiosk removes humans from the equationHate humans, but love fast food? You might want to try out the new ordering kiosk at the Jack In The Box in Bellevue, Washington. Now you can order fast food without having to talk to anyone. This one purportedly talks to you in a loud annoying voice and includes pictures with options and sides.

According to the person who snapped this pic, humans seemed afraid of the machine. He ordered sour cream but they were out of it. So they refunded 55 cents AFTER the order was done and he asked where the sour cream was.

Toshiba NB205 netbook now available to order

Posted in Netbook by Conner Flynn on June 23rd, 2009

Toshiba NB205 netbook now available to orderWe told you about this one earlier this month. It’s Toshiba’s first netbook. And it looks like it’s ready to take its rightful place in your hands. Toshiba’s new NB205 netbook does a good job of standing out from the crowd with nice specs at the right price.

You have a few options to consider, There’s a low end black model with a standard keyboard and cheaper materials for $349. Then there’s the $399 model available in four different colors, which also features a higher quality chassis and a chiclet-style keyboard. Each sports an Atom N280 processor, 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, a 10.1-inch LED-backlit display, and a standard six-cell battery that promises nine hours of use.

Lenovo’s IdeaCentre A600 now available to order

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2009

Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 All-In-One PC with Motion RemoteLenovo should have a hit on it’s hands with the IdeaCentre A600, and if you’ve been waiting for it since we took a look at it when it was at CES, your wait is almost over.

You can order your choice of three versions of machine, with base prices at $699.99, $799.99 and $999.99. Shipping is in just a few weeks. To refresh your memory, the IdeaCentre A600 features a design that allows the display to appear thinner than it’s all-in-one competitors. The keyboard features a touchpad and it comes with Lenovo’s Motion Drive Remote that can also be used as a VOIP handset.

Fast Finger Keyboard keeps letters in order

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2009

Fast Finger Keyboard keeps letters in orderMost of us are happy with a nice QWERTY keyboard. Why not have a keyboard that has the ABC’s one letter after each other the way nature intended? The Fast Finger Keyboard is exactly that keyboard. There are three ways to use it. If you are just learning typing, the keys are layed out on the keyboard in alphabetical order. Just press the ‘ABC’ button and the keys will type in that order.

But if you are ready to take it to the next level, you can use it as a normal QWERTY keyboard. The letters are layed out on the keyboard under the ABC keys in red. The other thing this keyboard does is when the ‘F’ key is pushed, IM abbreviations are available with the function keys. “CYA”, “LOL”, and “BTW” etc.

US TiVo users can now order & track Domino’s Pizza

Posted in Tivo by Conner Flynn on November 17th, 2008

US TiVo users can now order & track Domino’s PizzaAmerican couch potatoes can thank TiVo and Domino’s Pizza for teaming up to offer them on-demand pizza ordering for broadband-connected TiVo subscribers. The service was announced for Australia earlier in the month, but USA users get the first crack at it. One weak point is the lack of a scheduled delivery option, but this may be just a taste of what’s to come as it shows that many differentiating types of applications could find their way to your TiVo box. Go ahead, order up. Just get off the couch now and then will ya?

McDonalds lets you order with your phone

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2008

McDonalds lets you order with your phone
In what surely has to be a perfect collaboration between McDonalds and Nintendo, McDonalds is making it easier then ever to order food that will have you working twice as hard on the Wii-Fit. hmmm. Then you’ll get hungry again. Let’s see, who makes it easiest to get a disc shaped hunk of grease on a sesame seed bun? And the circle is complete, my friends. McDonald’s will introduce a new system that’s currently testing in Japan.

It’s a payment application that’s downloaded into your phone and when you place your phone over an RFID reader, you can pay instantly or use coupons and the like.