No, you’re not seeing things: Gears of War heroes Marcus and Dom not only muscle their way into this Lost Planet 2 trailer but will be in the Xbox 360 version of the game itself.
The Fine Bros.’ epic Answers Song Parody wonders if LOST’s mysteries will ever be found; writers: better pull a rabbit out of a hatch or so help us Jacob we’ll sic the smoke monster on you.
You can be sure that these Rambler Sneakers will never “run” out of things to say: a sensor in the shoe sends a signal via Bluetooth to a mobile phone, which tweets every step.
It’s only a day before Steve Jobs reveals “the most important thing” he’s ever done, but Walt Mosspuppet already has a tablet review up; psst: it’s totally tongue-in-geek-cheek.
It’s not official, but the 2011 Volkswagen Golf R is more or less on its way to the US this year; it’ll pack a turbo 2.0L TSI 4-banger good for 0-62 in 5.5s (5.7s w/manual) and bi-xenons.
Ah, Mass Effect 2, you manage to squeeze in one more trailer for 1/27 or 1/28, but at least it’s a badass one: bounty hunter and merc Zaeed Massani is a free, zero-day DLC.
At 10 meters, Panasonic’s 14.1MP DMC-TS2 triples the water resistance of the TS1; it also boasts lower temperature resistance (14°F vs 32°F) and better shock proofing (2m vs 1.5m).
Star Wars: The Old Republic’s Timeline Series continues after a long pause, but this sixth episode was worth the wait: a massive Sith onslaught sends the Republic reeling on all fronts.
Things have gotten a bit more complicated since Sly Stallone requested Survivor’s hit song for Rocky III; this Eyes of the Tiger t-shirt includes everything from anime eyes to pirate eyes.
Matthew Albanese’s Strange Worlds photography looks like tilt shift at first, but they’re actually meticulously detailed miniature sets; he uses everything from plaster to paprika to make them.
Available 2/2010, Bowers & Wilkins’ 800 Series Diamond loudspeakers are truly “hard”-core: they feature quad-magnet diamond dome tweeters that improve dynamic range.
Make your day with the Dirty Harry Collection (Blu-ray/DVD), due out 2/16/2010; it’s cheaper than the Ultimate Collection by leaving out extras, but still includes all five films.
In stores mid-February, Benny Gold and Gravis collaborate for the Expedition Series; it’s a funky mashup of vintage camp patches and Gravis’ skate, surf, and snow bags, shoes, and apparel.
Official details won’t be out until Wednesday, but get a first (rather comprehensive) look at Ken Block’s Ford Fiesta; his new whip is done up for the 2010 Monster World Rally Team.
Equal parts scary and awesome, Keiichi Matsuda’s Augmented (hyper)Reality dreams up an augmented future that borders on information chaos with overlays (and ads) aplenty.
Google Voice arrives on the iPhone and Palm Pre courtesy HTML5; you’ll need to access it via your browser, but outgoing calls will display on Caller ID with your Google Voice number.
The world’s smallest photo/video hybrid superzoom, Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-ZS7 is a 12.1MP compact camera with 12x optical zoom, wide angle Leica lens, GPS, and HD video recording.
Rico sweetens the pot with a free DLC for those who preorder Just Cause 2; it includes a Chaos parachute, Chevalier Classic car, assault rifle, Rico’s signature gun, and hovercraft.
Available May at REI stores: Timex’s Ironman Global Trainer is a GPS watch with speed, pace, distance, and more in a four-window display, 50m water resistance, and ANT+ compatibility.
Our favorite apocalyptic polar bear is back: this second UAF opening blows away the first with F-16s, volcanoes, black holes, hockey stick lightsabers, and the Earth’s destruction.
Pentax’s Optio I-10 apes its classic Auto 110 design-wise with a retro body; spec-wise, the camera packs a 12.1 MP sensor, 5x optical zoom, 720p video recording, and triple shake reduction.
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