Star Wars action figure specialist Sillof teamed up with fellow customizer Glorbes to create these World War II-themed toys. C-3PO looks awesome, but we like Capt. Hank Solowski the most.
Blurring the lines between laptop and tablet, the Iconia has a pair of 14-inch multi-touch LED/LCD panels covered with durable Gorilla Glass. Powered by a Core i5-480 CPU and runs Windows 7.
A quest that begins as a vendetta for the fierce Cimmerian warrior soon turns into a battle against hulking rivals, horrific monsters and impossible odds, in Marcus Nispel’s Conan the Barbarian.
This concept lets you break off tiny slivers of soap so you can wash your hands without ever defiling a shared block of soap with your germs. You could just use pump soap, but this looks way cooler.
Winnie and his friends return for their first animated movie in more than 35 years, brought to life by hand-drawn animation. Inspired by five stories from series creator A.A. Milne’s books.
The most artful Microsoft Kinect hack we’ve seen so far. Audrey Penven photographed the Kinect’s infrared dot pattern with a special filter, resulting in these captivating and dynamic images.
Using a da Vinci surgical robot, Dr. James Porter manages to fold a tiny paper airplane – and throws it. Let’s just hope he doesn’t try this in the middle of your open heart surgery.
Non-partisan amusement: here’s the President’s snappy response when asked if he owns a computer on Spanish television. It’s official: he doesn’t have to borrow one. (Thanks Steve!)
The quintessential 21st century invention – the union of a shirt and a plate. Now food is just a downward tilt of your head away. Check the date before you buy it though. Or go make your own.
The TSA-friendly adjustable pocket wrench is precision machined from high-grade 6AL-4V titanium and heat-treated 154CM stainless steel, and weighs only 2.9 ounces. (Thanks David!)
(NSFW: Language) The Hangover gang is back, but this time they wake up drunk, disorderly and disoriented in Bangkok, (Thigh-Land), not Vegas, with a monkey instead of a baby in tow.
Some clips from an Internet safety guide for kids. Remember: just because it seems like you’re chatting with someone like you doesn’t mean that you’re really chatting. You may just be using Word.
We’re not sure how this German Shepherd manages to perfectly synchronize his barks with his jumps, but he does. Actually, we’re not sure if he’s on a trampoline either.
MIT researcher Deb Roy captured 3 years worth of videos to find out how his son learned to talk, and discovered possible alternative ways of studying language and media along the way.
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