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An unusual grip makes the Brolly umbrella a good wet-weather companion for people looking for shelter from the storm and a dry spot to send text messages.
Vodafone claims the prototype umbrella will charge a smartphone in less than three hours thanks to a USB port in the handle. It debuts at the U.K.'s Isle of Wight music festival.
Vodafone's Booster Brolly recharges your phone and boosts your signal, even in darkest Festivalshire, and all while keeping your hair dry.
The Nubrella, now on Kickstarter, wants to offer a hands-free rain-repelling alternative to traditional rain gear.
At the ginormous Glastonbury music fest, it's all about dancing and other such kinetics. Vodafone supplies shorts that turn movement into power, and sleeping bags that do the same with body heat.
Festival season is here -- so Vodafone and Bloom.fm have come up with essential gadgets to keep your phone ticking and your tunes kicking.
There are umbrellas, and then there are awesome geeky umbrellas that play rollicking 8-bit tunes as rain drops on them.
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This we're giving away a sleek carrying case that's perfect for tablets and e-readers. And we're tossing in a stylish umbrella for good measure.
The Internet is profoundly underwhelmed by Apple's announcement that the Beatles catalog will now be available on iTunes. The more germane question, really: where the heck is iOS 4.2? Also, turns out the Kinect (unlike Apple's Beatle announcement) is a runaway hit. Schmidt's not worried about Facebook Messages, and also, the Internet wants to stop the TSA's airport junk-groping. --Molly