A beastly 14-inch laptop that can be fitted with a 3GB GeForce GT555M GPU, a 2.4GHz Core i7 CPU with 8MB cache and 256GB SSD. Also has 2 USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB 2.0 port and an HDMI 1.4 port.
Do not pass GO! Do not collect $200! But do watch this amusing Monopoly IRL movie trailer replete with references to the classic board game, from Rich Uncle Pennybags to the Community Chest.
This bike features cutting-edge styling to go with its modern energy source. With its continuously-variable transmission and belt-drive, it can hit speeds of 120mph, with a range of 185 miles.
You could erase a CD-RW on your computer by deleting the files, but if your disc is permanently burned, you probably need to do something more extreme – like shoot it with high-voltage electricity.
Looking for a stylish and unique way to protect and carry your MacBook? Silva’s briefcases are made from caramel bamboo, imparting a warm natural shell to your modern plastic and metal gadget.
Top Gear scares the crap out of the gang, strapping them and their ragtops in the back of a cargo plane for a lovely view of the ground. And that’s not the most dangerous thing about their trip.
Taylor Lautner stars as a young man unwittingly thrust into a deadly world of covert espionage after finding his baby photo on a missing persons website, in John Singleton’s Abduction.
We’re not really sure what strange reflex kicked in for this kitty in the middle of his bath, but somewhere along the way, kitty decides to get into a fight – with himself. We’ll call this one a draw.
Despite the smooth moves and a tune with the words “break dance” sung numerous times, this bizarrely funny scene from an 80’s Bollywood movie contains no actual break dancing.
(NSFW for language) A bunch of dudes with rather hilarious senses of humor tell it like it is in John Elerick’s video about dating, relationships and breakups taken from the male perspective.
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