We at Crave enjoy a good steak as much as anyone, but just the sight of this thing is enough to clog the arteries of the most dedicated carnivore. No ordinary iPod case, it's made to resemble Japan's famed Kobe beef.
It figures that this was made by SolidAlliance, the company that has brought us gems ranging from a disco ball mouse to a UFO-detecting strap. We've got to hand it to their detailed eye: Even the packaging resembles a real slab of beef, complete with a Styrofoam-looking tray and weight label with bar code.
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This simple game is based on a board game in which you jump over marbles to remove them from the board. Now on the iPhone, you can challenge yourself wherever you are to get as many marbles off the board that you can. Even though this game is terribly simple, we found ourselves trying to beat our best score several times.
iPhone Link: http://buchman.mobi/MarbleJumper
Beauty doesn't always need to be expensive. Well, not the most expensive, anyway.
They may not cost $1 million, but the "Signature Diamond" speakers from U.K.-based Bowers & Wilkins doesn't skimp on materials: These limited editions are sculpted in marble and have tweeters that use diamond crystals "to deliver a cleaner, purer sound," according to BornRich.
And compared with the "Grand Enigma" they're price is a drop in the ocean at $22,000. Each, of course.
Motorola's Razr did more than spark the thin-phone revolution; it also spawned a rather annoying naming convention that drops vowels from a cell phone's name. Moto took the charge with the Slvr, the Krzr, and the Rizr but even Virgin Mobile hopped on board last year when it introduced its Oystr from Kyocera. And now Virgin twists the knife a little more with the new Marbl. Made by Kyocera, the Marbl features a simple flip-phone design with a plain, black front. There's no external display but you can get it for a very reasonable $29.99. From … Read more