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Something Fishy This Way Comes: Google Unveils the All-New Google Nose Search Engine

Google Nose

You gotta smell it to believe it. Google is well aware of this fact, which is why they launched their newest service: Google Nose. It is exactly what its name implies. Basically, you’ll have the same efficiency of Google web search, only you’re provided with the option of smelling your search results instead.

Search for ‘lemon’, and you’ll get a whiff of something citrusy and fresh. Google ‘new car’ and you’ll be treated to the scent of a brand new car of your preferred brand.

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Scope’s Bacon Mouthwash is All Smoke With a Hint of Mint

Bacon Mouth Wash

Nothing makes a person more kissable than if he or she had minty fresh breath with a hint of bacon and vice versa. It’s like having a quick snack with every smooch and eating a full breakfast if you go in for a French kiss. You can pop a bacon mint or two into your mouth–or gargle with Scope’s newest Bacon Mouthwash before you leave the house instead.

It’s basically your favorite mouthwash infused with the essence of bacon. Hit the break to check out P&G’s ad for their newest product!

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iCade Turns Your iPad Into A Mini Arcade Machine


By Chris Scott Barr

I’ve not really been too excited about the iPad, for reasons that I’m not even going to bother listing here. I figure it’s easier to list reasons why I would want to get one of those for myself. So easy in fact, that I only have to name one thing. The iCade.

The iCade is an arcade cabinet accessory for your iPad. Just slide it in, fire up the iCade app and start playing one of the included classic games. There are hundreds to choose from like Dig Dug, Donkey Kong and QBERT. The accessory uses your iPad as the screen, while giving you a joystick and a pair of buttons. You even have the option of selecting one or two players. $150 is a bit salty for an accessory, but would be well worth it.

VIA [ ThinkGeek ]