Gadgettes 187: The 'Carry Protection' Episode (podcast)

Don't find yourself in an awkward situation where you've been bumped and you don't have any sort of protection on your device. Be a responsible citizen of the gadget-carrying world and experience today's important Gadgettes!

Don't find yourself in an awkward situation where you've been bumped and you don't have any sort of protection on your device. Be a responsible citizen of the gadget-carrying world and experience today's important Gadgettes!

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EPISODE 187

iPhone 4: First Take

For Kelly’s new iPad: ZooGue Smart Case

The double-glass iphone 4 is a shatter magnet

iPhone 4accessories

Phoneballs case protects iPhone in hairy situations

First waterproof case for Kindle

iPad posters in SF hijacked by porn

Tool Time
Helix gives iPhone gamers a good ‘Grip’

BADASS!!! (thank you Andrew)
Navy Laser Blaster Shoots Down Robotic Planes

Why Didn’t I Think of That?
Solar window glass: no more ugly panels!

There’s an App for THAT?!
Boink (Thanks Mr. Rob)

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Hey Gadgettes!

I was just listening to episode 186 where you guys talked about the Underfull Tablecloth. It reminded me of these awesome tea bag holders that my friend showed me. They work with the same idea, and they solve the terrible problem I have of awkwardly hiding my tea bag in a napkin when no garbage is nearby. Plus, if you have these, you have an excuse to not get up from your desk when you’re enjoying your new (but inevitably flawed) coffee mug.

Love the show!
Gabe Rivera


Hey, Gadgettes crew,

A while back, ThinkGeek showed off an iPad arcade machine cabinet but
it was a joke. However, someone actually made a working iPad arcade cabinet out of cardboard. Thought you’d like to see it.

Keep up the great work.

- iYaz


Dear Molly & Lindsay,

I have a solution to the smelly lid problem for your coffee mug – denture tablets. I put a couple of tablets in the cup and place the lid in a larger bowl, fill both with hot water and let them work their magic. No nasty aftertaste to your mug (or y

I use the Contigo mug and love and recommend to other people.

Have you considered going back to the Contigo mug? One solution to something in your pocketbook pressing on the button is to not but the coffee cup there and use instead a bag to haul your child’s stuff. I use the Ella Tote.
–Christine

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