Motorola’s i1 is the world’s first push-to-talk Android smartphone; available summer 2010 via Sprint, it boasts a 3.1″ touchscreen, Wi-fi, Opera Mini 5, 5 MP camera, and Android 1.5.
Beyond Roman Siege Catapults and Rocket-Powered Xmas Trees, one of the very few things that every guy needs is a dog armed with energy weapons — aka a Laser Pointer.
As much as gamers would like to believe they’re saving the world, the truth is they’re just a bunch of self-centered, gramma stealing hoodlums; in short, RPG Heroes Are Jerks.
Dell & AT&T finally team up to release the Aero, an Android Smartphone based on the Mini 3i; it’ll feature a 3.5″ nHD display, 5 MP camera, 3G, aGPS, Exchange support, and UI skin.
Diego Stocco proves that you don’t need a full-size tree to make big sound with this trippy (and leafy) Musical Bonsai video; it’s created without the use of any synthesizer or samplers.
Sony expands its Vaio E-Series line to include both a 14″ and a 17″ model; the former boasts an i3 CPU while the latter tops out with an i5-430M, 1GB Radeon HD 5650, and Blu-ray.
adidas Originals drops a two-in-one for S/S 2010 with this Stan Smith 80s TF; it sports an unzippable upper that can be transformed from a high-top profile to a low-top with a different color.
Even the best handymen find themselves short a hand in certain situations, which is why the MagnoGrip is a godsend: it’s a magnetized wristband that keep nuts and bolts handy.
In theaters 4/2/10: Perseus (Sam Worthington) lends a hand to his men while taking one from Calibos in this Clash of the Titans clip; best part: the Batman-esque humor at the end.
Good grief: Threadless has finally come to its senses by printing Phil Jones’ fantastic Real Peanuts t-shirt; it’s one shell of a picture that any Peanuts fan will enjoy cracking open.
Choose between getting eaten by the fail whale or flocks of angry tweeting birds with Jonah Peretti’s Choose Your Own Adventure; it’s powered completely by Twitter and Bit.ly links.
Its name is a bit bland, but CTA Digital’s Soft-football for Wii lets you get into the game (and, possibly your TV if you forget the wrist-strap) with a foam attachment for your Wii Remote.
Available on Blu-ray 3/23/10: Brothers is a modern war drama with Jake Gyllenhaal and Tobey Maguire and includes an audio commentary, two featurettes, and 2.35:1 1080p encode.
Available 3/24/10: Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet’s Artisan Fire Pizza Oven not only blasts your pie at temperatures as high as 800 degrees, but can cook it as quickly as 2 minutes.
Rebellion’s T-1000 watch isn’t the latest Terminator model, but it does blow things away with a 1,000 hour power reserve; it’s thanks to six mainspring barrels and a giant winding lever.
If you’ve ever wanted an iPhone font, there are apps for that; in fact, Urikane’s iPhone Font uses 540 existing apps to create every letter in the alphabet (with the exception of W).
BlueAnt’s T1 Bluetooth Headset boasts the best wind noise reduction ever by with clear audio at wind speeds of up to 22 mph; also: A2DP podcast streaming and turn-by-turn GPS.
Don’t Disconnect Us slams the UK’s proposal against filesharing with a parody of an earlier proposal: Home Taping is Killing Music “stars” George Michael, Madonna, and Adam Ant.
If you’ve ever wanted to live Mad Max-style, Aristide Antonas’ KEG Apartment gives new meaning to “mobile home” by converting old tanker trucks into cylindrical houses on wheels.
Never be caught without a pocket again with the Instant Pocket: it’s a 3.5″ x 4″ self-adhesive, one time use pocket that you can affix to any t-shirt that’ll hold your keys, cash, or cards.
There’s no release date, but we’re liking this first trailer for Shaolin; starring Andy Lau with a special appearance by Jackie Chan, it pits the Shaolin masters against feuding warlords.
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