This Customization Nation trailer for ModNation Racers doesn’t reveal anything new, but we have a release date now: this “MarioKart on steroids” racer arrives on the PS3 6/1/10.
It’s not the first iPhone Steadicam we’ve seen, but Tiffen’s Steadicam Smoothee is compatible with Droids and Flips; it also features a removable mount that can attach to any tripod.
Hurley teams up with Nike for its Phantom Flywire boardshorts, which now offer 140% stretch (120% normally), welded seams, and a grommet-less waist band that won’t wear or tear.
Available 3/9/10: Boondock Saints II arrives on Blu-ray and DVD with deleted scenes, commentary, and featurettes; the Blu-ray version includes three extra behind the scenes features.
The Miniguru keyboard’s slogan is “Always on the Home Row,” and it just may do so with a built-in trackpoint, a “swirl” key-activated second layer, and three levels of tactile feedback.
All is fair in love and war, but ninjas often have a hard time telling the two apart: Daniel Klug’s Les Dangereux shows that assassins can be amorous–as long as they don’t get killed first.
The Ultimate Ears 18 Pro Custom Monitors are Logitech’s flagship in-ear monitors; they feature 6 hi-fi speakers in each earphone, a 4-way crossover, and 3 tuned sound channels.
Pigskin on a plate doesn’t sound very appetizing, but with Super Bowl less than a month away this salami Sausage Football may be a perfect handoff to hungry party guests.
In Soviet Russia, Tetris block rotates you (thanks CG): we strongly suggest you take dramamine pills before playing First Person Tetris, and if that’s not available, a few shots of vodka.
Riding your bike on a tightrope looks precarious, but Kolelinia is actually a well thought-out and safe half pipe and cable system that lets riders avoid dangerous auto traffic.
Metal Gear Solid 4 is no spring chicken, but Snake fans will dig Astro Gaming’s Audio System/Headset MGS4 editions; choose from three speaker tags and a black or white headset.
Mass Effect 2′s Soldier class gets a gun-slingin’ trailer above; it’s the only class that can use assault rifles and all special ammo types, plus the concussive shot and adrenaline powers.
Introducing Iron Chef: Inkjet Edition; Cornucopia: Digital Gastronomy is an ongoing project by two MIT grad students to develop a 3D printer that mixes, deposits, and cooks food.
If you thought Avatar’s 3D was good, you ain’t seen nothing yet: IMAX Hubble 3D arrives in theaters 3/19/10 and covers the final space shuttle mission to repair the space telescope.
We’d still watch Conan O’Brien if his Tonight Show was on tomorrow at 12:05, but NBC’s hosting fiasco has us riled up; buy this I’m With CoCo t-shirt to show your support for the hair.
From fusion reactors to genetically engineered pets, What’s Next’s Trends & Tech Timeline is a mind-blowing look into the future; it starts in present day with predictions up to 2050.
The Transformers: War for Cybertron video we teased last month? It’s back as a two minute trailer and it’s utterly awesome: Optimus and Megatron: “One shall stand…one shall fall!”
We can kinda sorta juggle, but Aung Zaw Oo puts us to shame with his AZO Showreel 2009; he parkours, juggles, skateboards, swordplays, and gets dressed — often simultaneously.
UrbanEars’ Plattan headphones target minimalist audiophiles; the tonal-colored cans sport a cord mic, fold down to the size of your fist, and can share music with other headphones.
Supra gets eclectic with three new Skytop II colorways for Spring 2010: both the Black Suede and Navy/Gold leather sport two-tone designs with white soles, but we dig the clean White TUF.
It’s not the two movie travesties but issues 554-569 of the Fantastic Four comic by Bryan Hitch and Mark Millar (the latter of Kick-Ass and Wanted fame); the 400 pg. Omnibus ships 2/10/2010.
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