This ain’t no plastic KFC doohickey: TAD Gear’s second-generation Folding Titanium Spork uses a stronger Ti alloy, tougher rivets, and a combination bottle cap lifter and can opener.
theory11 seems like it’s back to its old tricks with Genesis v1, but it’s actually a slick, magic-free training DVD with 30 moves that teach you how to flourish cards–aka, the art of cardistry.
You’ll be a walking brand ambassador twice over with Puma’s Soda Collection, but we think it looks “sweet”: it features colorways inspired by Coke, Diet Coke, Root Beer, and Fanta.
Liberty City is nowhere near as crowded as NYC, but that ain’t a bad thing: Grand Theft Auto IV looks remarkably realistic and (dare we say) livable in this hypnotic 15-day time lapse.
If the iPhone Car Finder seems frivolous, just wait until Christmas in a crowded parking lot: this 3GS-only app uses the camera, compass and GPS to remember and locate your car.
The fire still burns bright for some of Namco’s most classic games: they’ve teamed up with Zippo to release special edition, etched lighters with Pac-Man, Galaxian, Xevious, and Dig Dug.
Oakley’s 12 Gauge watches go all-out: you’ll get a forged 316L stainless steel case, rotating bezel, 100m water resistance, sapphire crystal, 8-hand display, and steel or unobtainium strap.
The king of horror is back with Under the Dome; Stephen Kings traps a small Maine town in the equivalent of a snow globe, effectively cutting them off from the rest of the world.
Olympus’ E-P2 modestly improves on the E-P1, offering video and still AF tracking and an accessory connector port; it otherwise keeps the 12.3 MP sensor and a micro four thirds body.
Angelina Jolie plays the lead in a role originally meant for Tom Cruise in Salt, and all we can say is thank God: the thriller stars Jolie as a CIA operative accused of being a sleeper agent.
BMW’s M3 GTS is as hardcore as it gets: the AC and rear seats are stripped out for a rollcage, 7-speed Drivelogic gearbox, 19″ Competition rims, and tuned 4.4L V8 good for 450 hp.
Even if you’re not an Eminem fan, it’s tough not to get pumped over this kick ass launch trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2; you’ll get to fight in castles, DC, and even the freakin’ ISS.
Available on Verizon 11/6, HTC’s Droid Eris is similar to Sprint’s Hero but at a lower pricepoint; it features a 3.2″ capacitive touchscreen, 5 MP camera, Wi-Fi, and Android 1.5 w/Sense UI.
David King’s use of an overhead projector to shoot ZZZZOMBIES seems gimmicky at first glance, but this stop motion film is surprisingly tongue-in-brain. Warning: slightly gory.
The hand-lacquered wood cabinet isn’t just for show: Tivoli’s Platinum Series audio system features an acoustically inert housing, two speakers, and a down-firing shielded subwoofer.
Ezio may work alone, but he’s not without friends in not-so-high places: this Factions trailer shows how courtesans, mercenaries, and thieves play into the plot of Assassin’s Creed 2.
Ford’s F-150 SVT Raptor gets a boost over its initial debut with a 6.2L V8 good for 411 hp and 434 lb-ft of torque; it’ll be available 12/1 along with 5.4L and $100k XT models.
We can never get enough of Michael Chiklis losin’ it, which is why we’ll gladly lose our badge for The Shield: Complete Series; you’ll get all 88 episodes on 29 discs, plus a 34 page book.
It looks like a Fender Amp, but use the volume knob on the Blackface HotSeat and the cushion pops open to reveal space for all your strings, pedals, and tabs; each seat is hand built.
Galactic Suites plans to open the first space hotel in 2012; $4.4 million buys you a 3-day stay (with 15 sunrises/day), a velcro-covered suit, and 8 weeks of training on a tropical island.
In theaters 3/26/10, Dreamworks’ How to Train Your Dragon is every child (and child at heart’s) dream come true: it features Vikings, misunderstood lizards, and all-you-can-eat sheep.
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