Drinking and riding ain’t cool, but this Deathwish Low Life Cruiser Skateboard Deck is an alcohol-free stopgap between beer runs; it’s a 7-ply maple board with custom paint job.
Coming to a customer service desk near you, the Happiness Hat is disturbing yet awesome: a servo motor moves a metal spike into the head whenever it notices you’re not smiling.
Best product tie-in ever: Eddie Riggs makes a cameo on Adult Swim’s Metalocalypse, moonlighting (of course) as a totally metal roadie for Dethklok — well, everyone but Murderface.
The Aprilia RSV4 R costs almost $8k less than the factory RSV4 with cheaper chassis parts and less carbon fiber, but it’s a sweet deal: it keeps the 999cc V-4 and weighs only 11 lbs more.
Augmented reality goes political with Sunlight Labs’ Recovery.gov and Layar mashup; it gives us a tangible idea of where the $787 billion in Uncle Sam’s pocket change has gone.
The Logitech Harmony IR Extender System is a boon for anyone who prefers to keep their gadgets out of sight: all you’ll see is a single receiver while controlling multiple A/V devices.
NSFW: we admit that Smokin’ Aces 2: Assassins’ Ball is sexy, somewhat dumb fun, but anyone who liked the original is going to love this new trailer; the prequel arrives on DVD 1/19.
We like the brute honesty of Victorinox’s Dive Master 500 Mecha; it sports a chunky, PVD-coated dial, large hour indices, a basic (but reliable) movement, and transparent caseback.
Google fires a huge shot across the bow of other GPS devices and apps with Google Maps Navigation; available only on Android 2.0, it includes 3D views, turn-by-turn navi and auto rerouting.
Coming to Verizon 11/6/09, Motorola’s Droid features Android 2.0, a 3.7″ capacitive display, slide-out QWERTY, 5 MP camera, 720×480 @ 24fps video, Wi-Fi, and Google Maps Navigation.
With Windows 7 now out, R.U.S.E. shows that its multi-touch gameplay is no sleight of hand: this finger-laden trailer swaps Surface tables for monitors and actual in-game footage.
NASA successfully launched its Ares I-X rocket today, which included a dramatic but planned separation of the first stage and subsequent splash down in the Atlantic Ocean.
Three years after the DVD release, The Mel Brooks Collection comes to Blu-ray with one ludicrously schwartz-filled extra: Spaceballs; you’ll get nine total films plus a collectible book.
Time to toss out the donuts: Android 2.0 (Eclair) is now official; along with SDK support, it features two-way contacts sync, HTML5 support, a unified inbox, and much, much more.
Created with Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk in celebration of the movie’s 10th anniversary, this Fight Club tee is as official (and anarchic) as it gets; also available as a poster here.
The best (and likely the only) simultaneous use of a banjolele, handlebar mustache, and zoot suit ever, Chap-Hop History is a five minute history of hip-hop by the supa-fly Mr. B.
Making the jump from XP or Vista to Windows 7 with a clean slate? Ninite graciously provides gain without pain with a one-click install of an ever-expanding suite of must-have apps.
Sci-fi/martial arts flick The Cup Of Tears is extremely low-budget, but we couldn’t tell from this trailer: it’s a hybrid CGI/Live Action film by Gary Short that’s shot using a RED camera.
Made out of old inner tubes and bike tires, Jiro Belts are completely one-of-a-kind and made in Italy; don’t see anything you like? They’ll make one with your choice of colors and buckle.
So spooky that it terrified even Nikola Tesla, the Tesla Spirit Radio is a crystal radio circuit in a jam jar that picks up everything from EM radiation and sound waves to vibrations.
Inglourious Basterds’ not-so-merry band of Nazi hunters comes to Blu-ray 12/15; it includes a roundtable with Quentin Tarantino, gag reel, alternate scenes and a digital copy.
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