JS Armoured’s customized Bentley Continental Flying Spur is a military-grade sleeper: the changes are all inside, with ballistic steel, bulletproof windows, run flat tires and kevlar floors.
Part timepiece and part gadget, Route O’Clock is a functioning router that also displays bandwidth strength in half-hour segments; it lets users choose the best time to use the internet.
And we thought projectile Wiimotes were bad: constantly battling mad scientists has left Mega Man with a tenuous grip on reality, making video gaming a hazardous hobby at best.
Available 8/3 on Xbox and PC, Fallout 3′s Mothership Zeta promises to be the mother of all DLCs; you’ll use alien atomizers, wear spacesuits and fight battles in outer space.
We’re still sore over losing both SG-1 and SGA in the span of two years, but these Stargate Coasters at least let us commiserate with fellow gate travelers over a cup of Athosian wine.
Perhaps we’re in an alternate reality, but Super’s extra-thick Ciccio frames are both nerdy and cool; choose the dark grey Grigio Topos with clear lens or white Avorios with dark lens.
Consider yourself a heavy metal fan with the EXOvault: it’s a two-piece iPhone case made from solid metal aluminum, brass or titanium which will develop a patina over time.
The military-industrial complex has never been fond of Obama, but it’s a sad day when the world’s greatest superpower can’t have its own flying, flame-throwing billion dollar dragon tank.
Samsung’s HMX-U10 is a Flip-esque portable camcorder with a notable advantage: it can shoot 1080p H.264 video; it also features YouTube upload, a 10 MP sensor and an angled grip.
Anything that describes itself as a “hellish clear herbal liqueur” is worth a try; Vegefeuer is a 110 proof drink designed to be set on fire, which brings out its roast and caramel flavors.
Do judge a PMP by its cover: Cowon’s S9 White Edition keeps the same 3.3″ AMOLED touchscreen, Bluetooth and Flash support as the original 2008 edition, albeit with a white colorway.
Most of us spend years trying to wean ourselves off thick-rimmed eyewear, but College Humor’s Nerd Transformation shows that it can all be undone with a carelessly worded Star Wars fact.
iKey’s AK-39 keyboard is for real military use and meets MIL-461 standards; features include EM shielding, FSR pointing device and green LED backlighting with night vision abilities.
Billed as the world’s smallest double action revolver, the SwissMiniGun measures just over 2 inches and can fire 2.34 mm rimfire ammo up to 360 feet; it’s 100% Swiss made.
We’ve seen several variations of Rock, Paper Scissors, but this Ultimate RPS Guide puts them all to shame with 25 finger-wrenching moves and 300 possible outcomes. Thanks, Garth!
Matt’s Open Source PSP isn’t a PSP, but named for its Sony-like dual controllers; still, it’s a fun DIY project that uses TripleWide Extendershield and Arduino to play two-player Pong.
The JFK Library celebrates the 1969 moon landings with We Choose The Moon, a website which will recreate–down to the minute–Apollo 11′s journey; it starts 7/16/09 at 8:02 am.
Who we gonna call? Potentially you: Ecto 1, the 1959 Cadillac ambulance used for Ghostbusters by Universal Studios, is being sold on eBay–minus the proton packs, of course.
We can almost reach out and feel the plush cushioning of Adidas’ Stan Smith Comfort Pack; they’re Trefoil Mid Ws with an extra-soft midsole and 3D Adidas Trefoil Patch; gold or white.
Monkey doctors, octopus sushi chefs, brain-eating anteaters: you might have to get therapy after Musicotherapie; it’s a ridiculously weird short film which is both hypnotic and neurotic.
The world’s only FIPS 140-2 Level 3 drive, the IronKey S200 is a tamper-resistant, high security USB flash drive with AES 256-bit encryption, EM shielding and self-destruct defenses.
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