TY KU, the world’s only sake-based beverage, is a liqueur filled with a bouquet of 20-odd flowers and fruits, including elderflower syrup, yuzu, plum and green tea, packaged in a self-illuminating bottle.
Pay your last respects to this defunct 450 foot-tall nuclear cooling tower located in South Carolina as it finally meets its maker thanks to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Ubisoft has made a version of Jordan Mechner’s original Prince of Persia for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The game mercifully includes a level select feature, and is dirt cheap at just 99 cents.
This Flash game by the Bell Brothers asks you to solve a variety of circular puzzles by using your mouse’s scroll wheel as the primary controller. It’s a simple concept, but downright tricky at times.
German designer Frederik Podzuweit has created Music For Deaf People, a concept collar that uses electricity to transform sound into vibrations felt in the userâ€™s neck, shoulders and collarbone.
MTV’s upcoming 2010 Movie Awards marks the return of one of Tom Cruise’s Les Grossman. If you never saw Tropic Thunder, he’s the best part of the film. Here’s Les giving young Cruise some advice.
Vampires are in vogue, so it was only a matter of time before Lost Boys would rise from the crypt. Corey Feldman is back, and the trailer is good for a few unintentional(?) laughs. R.I.P. Corey Haim.
The only thing we’re wondering after watching Hugh Jackman’s funny/peculiar commercial for Lipton Iced Tea, which features Wolverine busting all kinds of moves, is what can he do with decaf?
Last seen at the recent Anime L.A. show, this Star Wars CR-X mod is every bit as awesome as it looks. From Yoda in the passenger seat to R2-D2 riding in the trunk, it’s the ultimate geek ride.
Muppet and all-around patriotic bird Sam the Eagle takes on American Woman with plenty of passion, that is, until he discovers where The Guess Who actually hail from.