Fred & Farid made these commercials for citrus drink Orangina. We’re pretty sure they were made with the YouTube generation in mind, because it features talking animals and makes no sense at all.
Amazing how a tiny piece of plastic can extend the usefulness of a device. Made for the iPhone 4, the Glif serves as a tripod mount but can also be used to prop up the phone in several positions.
Give the gift of awareness this holiday with the Belkin Conserve Insight. Plug in any device and you’ll be able to see how much electricity, carbon dioxide and dollars it drains monthly or yearly.
It is what it says it is, a blog dedicated to posting pictures of Kim Jong-Il looking at random objects. We already got a good chuckle the moment we found out that this blog exists.
The Beats by Dr. Dre brand is no longer just for personal audio. The new Beatbox iPod/iPhone speakers will let a whole room of people enjoy high quality sound, even with the volume maxed out.
Clean up your act with element number 92, Uranium. This periodic table-inspired soap bar not only teaches you a science lesson, but it emits a “radioactive” glow when the lights go down.
SEGA’s upcoming squad-based shooter for Xbox 360 and PS3 features armies of terminator-like bots and massive urban environments. As a bonus, the trailer has ample cheesy acting and dialogue.
This live-action/CGI flick is about Fred, a slacker rabbit (James Marsden) who must take over for the Easter Bunny (Russell Brand) when he accidentally injures him. The teaser tells us none of that.
Dragon or dinosaur? No matter: we’re enjoying what the talent from .wav has created on this visitor platform for the “Hafencity” in Hamburg; they’d probably get arrested trying to do it here.
Tuning expert Brabus have unveiled their custom kit for the Mercedes Benz SLS AMG. The Widestar kit includes a carbon fiber body, ultralight forged wheels, and electronically adjustable suspension.
Audi’s stalwart sedan is shorter, lower to the ground and weighs 176 pounds less than the 2011. While it tops out with a 295hp 3.0 liter V6, the 8-speed auto still does 0-to-60 in 5.5 secs.
Inspired by WWII letters, this durable oil-cloth sleeve for 15″ laptops looks like a weathered envelope. Each sleeve even comes with a 1930’s – 1940’s era European or American stamp.
We’re really not sure what’s going on in this commercial for Japan’s Docomo mobile phone company, but it’s got Darth Vader in pretty much every scene, and that’s all that matters, right?