No, your phone is not haunted: Mac Funamizu’s Floater Phone concept features a curved bottom that lets it sit up by itself or wobble whenever it receives a call or text message.
There’s no gameplay footage in this trailer for Fist of the North Star, but we’re still plenty excited: the Dynasty Warriors-style game is due out next year on PS3 and Xbox 360.
Because a big planet needs a big book: the limited edition Earth Atlas stands two feet tall by 18 inches wide, with 480 pages and 800 images; it’s “only” $4,800 before 1/1/2010.
Easily the most rectilinear depiction of 2000-2009 we’ve seen so far, The New York Times’ Picturing The Past Ten Years paints an entire decade with good ol’ rows and columns.
Ideal for globe-trekking shutterbugs, Naneu Pro’sK5 Bag offers a cavernous 85L of space, a water-resistant/high-density shell, wet garment storage, and separate camera compartment.
Though far shorter than previous trailers, these Assassin and Savage trailers for Mass Effect 2 manage to be both entertaining and succinct; in the deep words of Grunt: “I love to fight.”
Minus a working flux capacitor, this heavily modified 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 is as close as you’ll get to a replica of the car from Back to the Future; it’s now up for auction on eBay.
If you’re a true-blooded chocobo, seven-letter hero, or adventurer with a thing for thickets, we promise you’ll shed happy triforce tears over Brentalfloss’ Final Fantasy with Lyrics.
It ain’t no Swiss movement, but the Makerbot Watch is the ultimate wrist-mounted geek accessory; it’s build-it-yourself Arduino-driven timepiece that uses concentric LEDs to tell time.
NSFW: this trailer for Donnie Yen’s 14 Blades is largely wordless, which is fine as it lets its weapons do the talking: it features crossbows, the occasional vase, and oh so many blades.
A must for baseball fans, the Official World Series Film Collection sports 20 discs and nearly 3,000 minutes of game highlights from 1943-2008 in a 58-page book (foreword by Bob Costas).
The NSX in all but name, catch a glimpse of Honda’s HSV-010 as engineers test it at the Suzuka Circuit; it’s production-feasible but track-only and packs a 3.4L V8 for GT500 racing.
Never argue with a pint-sized pronunciator or he’ll hhwip your diapered butt: much to the chagrin of talking dogs, this Cool Hhwip t-shirt is a big (hair) inside joke for Family Guy fans.
This Star Wars x A-Team video is a Mr. T-errific 80s mashup: other than swapping a mohawk for a walking carpet and a van for a Falcon, their respective galaxies aren’t that far, far away.
Lenovo’s Multimedia Remote may not look like much, but that’s the point: it’s a 2.4 GHz Windows-compatible wireless remote that includes a track ball, mini keyboard, and USB dongle.
Kees van Dijkhuizen’s Cinema 2009 is a blockbuster end to the year, with 342 movies compressed into seven glorious cinematic minutes; see the full list here or watch it in 1080p here.
Pedal Brain is like Nike+ but for pro cyclers; it uses ANT+ to link sensors with your iPhone or iPod Touch, resulting in real-time position and performance data for riders and coaches.
Ultraman: The Complete Series packs all 39 episodes of the legendary 1960s live-action TV show into a budget-priced 4-disc set; it includes both Japanese and English audio and subtitles.
Don’t let the rose gold accents fool you; TW Steel’s CEO Tonneau is a man watch through and through, with an edgy 316L stainless steel case, leather strap, and hex rivets.
Some may find mowing down zombies with a car repetitive, but this launch trailer for Zombie Driver puts the undead to rest: rocket-powered buses and flame-throwing limos FTW!
Waterproof yet lightweight, Magnum Boots’ Elite Force 8.0 WPIs tout ion-mask tech, which coats each fiber of its full-grain leather upper with polymer; also: rear v-cut and Vibram outsole.
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