I find your lack of funds disturbing: we wish it was Darth Vader and his storm troopers cleaning up the mess on Wall Street, but it’s actually Lucasfilm ringing NYSE’s opening bell 12/22/09.
Nike’s MVPuppets do a full sleigh press with Santa Raps; Blitzen calls old-rhymer Clause to the court, who quickly laces up and lays down the law courtesy Kobe and LeBron.
Boldly chat where no geek has gone before with the Star Trek Webcam; the 300k USB camera is shaped like the original Enterprise with red LED nacelles and a gooseneck mount.
The 12 Days of Christmas meet the 9 Circles of Hell in this gut-wrenchingly goofy Christmas Carol trailer for Dante’s Inferno; it’s actually a teaser for the game’s Gates of Hell Demo.
The SG team finally gets a proper release Stargate: 15th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray; it includes both the theatrical and director’s cuts, lossless audio, and three new featurettes.
They grow up so fast (and furious): The Roddler brings hot-rod styling to tiny tots with a billet-machined aluminum stroller, carbon vinyl leatherette upholstery, fenders, and chrome grips.
Tom Cruise has gotten a bad rap for his off-screen antics, but Knight and Day sees him in top gun form; co-starring Cameron Diaz, it’s a reboot of True Lies with a little Mr. & Mrs. Smith.
The Bark4Beer dog collar gives new meaning to the term boozehound: yes, it’s a collar for Fido, but it also features a convenient bottle opener; dog that actually fetches sold separately.
Made for the 2010 Winter Olympics, Richard Mille’s RM011 Americas White watch bares all with a timer, chronograph, calendar, and big date window in a DLC-coated titanium case.
We teased Shepard’s fearsome threesome last week, but the full Blur Trailer for Mass Effect 2 is now available on Xbox Live and online: it’s basically three minutes of sci-fi awesomeness.
Santa keeps current thanks to Peter Terren’s 30 foot Tesla Christmas Tree; it was shot by rotating a rod atop a Tesla coil while switching color filters (the star is 10 dead flourescent tubes).
Totally, utterly NSFW: this Hit Girl teaser trailer for Kick-Ass is truly red band (plus a flash of purple), with plenty of over-the-top (and under the belt) gun and sword violence.
No, it’s not an excuse to tailgate, but Art Lebedev’s Transparentius concept is a simple (although pricey) way of seeing around a truck: a camera up front projects video on the back door.
It may be purely cinematic and completely Japanese, but this Airship video for Final Fantasy XIII is worth a billion words; the first part is mostly dialog, with more action in the second.
Thinking man’s brand the-affair is back with two tees from Geek Lit 101: Deep One is based on H.P. Lovecraft’s undersea monsters while 42 celebrates Douglas Adam’s Answer.
Focus Designs’ SBU (Self Balancing Unicycle) gets an unofficial endorsement (and some wheeltime) from MythBuster’s Adam Savage; Adam’s analysis? “It feels like the future!”
Maxim Dalton’s Guitar Lessons is a noteworthy performance, with 35 of the world’s most amazing axes on a single 19″x25″ poster; it includes Slash, Hendrix, Clapton, and more.
Set to music by The Temper Trap, Whirled bids a collaborative adieu to this year using Google Wave with Waving Goodbye to 2009; it’s surprisingly concise, albeit fast-paced. Thanks, Kevin!
The road to hell is paved with 300mm video cards: NZXT’s Hades Chassis is a 9-bay gaming midtower with up to 5 fans, a 3-temperature display, water cooling holes, and wire routing.
Bioshock 2 unloads a triplet of little sisters gameplay trailers that show off three of its team-based multiplayer modes; included: Capture the Sister, Turf Wars, and Civil War.
Today’s techies have nothing on the original mega-dweebs: this Ancient Geeks? t-shirt poses a question Socrates-style while also reppin’ his homies Homer, Aristotle, and Plato.
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