Designed for both staring and storing, LaCie’s Starck external hard drives (available in Mobile or Desktop flavors) sport a curvy millimeters-thick aluminum shell with up to 2 TB of space.
Worth1000′s Atareality 5 contest tasks photoshoppers with creating images of video games in real life; much of it is tongue in cheek, but a few (e.g., L4D’s witch) border on creepy.
Powermat’s Portable Charging Mat is now available: wirelessly charge up to three devices (each wearing a Powermat case or included Powercube receiver) plus one USB device.
If you’ve had a hard time wrapping your mind around Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising’s features, this Launch Trailer says it all: co-op gameplay and one shot kills in a military sandbox.
Part of Wings + Horns’ F/W 2009 Collection, this MK2 Field Jacket gets a Melton Wool makeover for warmth; it otherwise features four flap pockets, a flared collar and epaulets.
It’s been awhile since we featured a LEGO diorama, but Young Indiana Jones-inspired Train Raid scene is just too good to pass up; it features 53 minifigs, including Indy and Pancho Villa.
Mede for well-heeled archaeologists (or one with a Holy Grail under their belt), this T-Rex Buckle is made with sterling silver by Kieselstein-Cord and costs a whopping 2500 bones.
Ideal for dorm rooms and other cramped, couch-less spaces, the SlouchBack turns your bed into a sofa; it features built-in cup holders, removable covers and inflates in 30 seconds.
Beethoven’s legendary 5th Symphony goes graphical with a visual score that serves as a temporal and physical play-by-play: each color represents one of 12 distinct instruments.
Spiral Cellars revisits historic French staircases but with a modern touch: they build watertight underground cylinders with an air flow system and enough space for 1,900 wine bottles.
That “j” is no typo–Indivijual Eyewear is all about unique, one-of-a-kind eyeglasses and sunglasses that are not only perfectly sized but match your hair, skin, eyes and personality.
Available Q1 2010 in the US, HTC’s HD2 features WinMo w/Sense UI, a 4.3″ capacitive touchscreen, 5 MP camera w/autofocus, 1 GHz CPU, 3G, GPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Thanks, Stef!
In theaters 2/19/10, we’re already sold on Shutter Island’s criminal island premise–throw in Martin Scorsese with Leonardo DiCaprio and Ben Kingsley and you’ve got a bonafide thriller.
It just wants to give you a kiss: this Alien Facehugger Plush features a wire skeleton to maximize grip on the skull and ensure that chests everywhere will be bursting with love.
PhotoSketch obviates the need for any artistic skills whatsoever: (crudely) sketch and label your desired scene, and it’ll use a filtering and blending algorithm to photochop on the fly.
Smaller than a Nissan 370Z, Toyota’s FT-86 is a hot little 2+2 concept created with Subaru engineers; it sports a 2.0L boxer four with 6-speed manual, RWD and ADVICS brakes.
Kobe’s 59 foot tall Gigantor is finished; costing $1.5 million and weighing 50 tons, it’s Japan’s way of saying “In your face!” to the 1995 quake as it also serves as the city’s guardian angel.
Filled with lush visuals, this Creating a Living World video for Dragon Age: Origins explores the game’s universe–we were most surprised by the Dwarves, which are Aztec-inspired.
Alright, we’re pushing our luck with the three moon tees, but one more: J!NX has just dropped this WoW-themed Three Worgen Moon t-shirt; also check out the Alliance/Horde Beanies.
With the same wry humor that explains why everything sucks, American on Purpose follows Craig Ferguson’s life from Glasgow to Hollywood; hear NPH’s tongue-in-cheek reading above.
HTC’s Tilt 2 and Pure (aka Diamond2 and Touch Pro2) are official with AT&T; both will run WinMo 6.5 with TouchFLO 3D, with the Pure now available and the Tilt 2 in the coming weeks.
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