Over the past few years the personal tech market has been all about convergence.
PDAs equipped with phones. Phones sporting MP3 players. MP3 players stuffed with GPS navigation, Wi-Fi and motion-sensing games. We're talking lofty levels of multitasking.
But some of us go beyond the tasks listed in the specs lists. Some look at their laptop and think "There lies a stable table to hold snacks during my daily television sessions". Others sink a few Bacardi Breezers and use their phones as torches for those drunken late-night fumbles with front-door locks. Such ingenuity is to be applauded, which is why this week's Whaddyareckon? is devoted to the odd ways people use their gadgets.
From tales of makeshift furniture to a troubling anecdote about a toilet, we're not afraid to dive into the S-bend of public consciousness to ask "What unusual uses do you have for your technology?".