The 2010 Jaguar XJ is official: the all-aluminum chassis flagship sedan takes the design cues of the XF; the top model packs a 5.0L V8 with 510 hp, 461 lb-ft, good for a 0-60 of 4.7s.
Like a hamster ball but with a Lego Mindstorms NXT inside, Nils Volker’s Spherical Robot is an exercise in gyroscopic driving: it moves by simply rotating its internal mass.
Toaster lovers and Capricans alike should set their calendars for 7/28: Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series comes out on Blu-ray in a 20-disc set with Cylon figure.
Funkanomics’ We Gamin’ music video is so good at being bad that it can be hard to watch at times; still, it’s a goofy hip hop spoof stuffed to the gills with video game references.
Never has obtuse looked so good: Urwerk’s King Cobra UR-CC1 goes horizontal with its watch face, made possible with vertical triple cams, retrograde cylinders and rotating disks.
Now available on XBLA and PSN, Battlefield: 1943 storms the beaches in style with this launch trailer; it’s loaded with a plethora of positive quotes from the gaming press.
Chop Shop’s weScare T-shirt is their latest high-density picturepalooza with a hodge-podge of 58 creatures from video games, comics, TV, movies and more; it’s available in four colors.
With a downforce-creating carbon fiber chassis and all-wheel-drive, Nic Case’s RC car is now the world’s fastest at 161 mph; it uses an 11 hp motor, with power from a 12-cell battery pack.
Created for gamers, Razer’s Moray+ in-ear headphones pack an omnidirectional mic; they also includes adapters for the PSP/DS/DSi, thick no-tangle cables and swappable ear-buds.
Hitting theaters nationwide 7/24, the first eight minutes of Hurt Locker are available above to whet moviegoer appetites; gritty and intense, it’s the story of a bomb disposal unit in Iraq.
The movie may have been a letdown for some, but anyone in the 5-12 year old age range is gonna freak over Devastator: he’s made out of six Constructicons with lights and sounds.
Nintendo’s Wii has been used for some pretty wacky things, but there’s no topping this Crane Hack: yup, that’s a pair of 15 ton steel robotic claws being wielded by a Wii remote.
For bicycle riders who appreciate name-brand cachet, Brooks is offering limited edition versions of its Swift Saddle in multiple colors; each celebrates various worldwide bike championships.
Proof that tons of man-made machinery are no match for the brute power of Mother Nature, this Train vs. Tornado video is a real-life disaster movie; skip to 1:00 to see it start.
Techart’s Porsche Cayenne Diesel lets owners keep their fuel economy and emissions low while addressing its power shortfall: 290hp, 465 lb-ft and a 0-60 of 7.7s (down from 8.3s).
The full trailer for District 9 is finally out, and it’s whopper: there’s much more action than we expected, with exosuits and explosions aplenty–hopefully, without sacrificing the plot.
Declare war on unlabeled tees everywhere: each Nike’s T-Shirt Gun is limited edition, numbered, and engraved with a Nike athlete signature; they’d better, considering the price tag.
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising’s stealthy trailer is definitely a change from the guns-blazing fare we’re used to; it’s an open-world shooter a-la Far Cry 2 coming out this Fall.
Created by Korea-based animation team MESAI, Alarm is a beautifully rendered hi-def short film on the misery of waking up and the perils of the snooze button; thanks, Daniel!
Electric Zombie’s Summer line takes zombie-worship to the next level: there’s zombie robots, rhinos, killer bees and even Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; buy here or view the lookbook.
Short for Cyan, Magenta, Green and Black, Meister’s CMGK watch celebrate FatLace’s 10th anniversary and sports triple chronos, a Japanese movement and stainless steel inner case.
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