FOOX-U’s quirky Organ Donor vinyls are now available; you’re limited to one case of per person, blind boxed; each comes with a vinyl hospital gown in one of 24 colorways and 9 organs.
Nike’s City Knife II concept continues to refine the foldable shoe, this time with an origami-like design that can be tucked into your back pocket. Thanks, Random Objects!
There’s nothing like monkey business to celebrate Darwin’s 200th: Devolve Me takes your picture and “devolves” you into one of four ancient ancestors (up to 3.7 million years ago).
The highlight of computer lab in the 80s/90s was playing Oregon Trail on Apple ][s; iPhone owners will get a nostalgic remake come February 28; just remember to caulk the wagon!
TeleNav’s GPS Navigator is coming 2/24 to the T-Mobile G1, allowing the Android phone to give turn-by-turn driving directions with 3D maps, traffic alerts and speech recognition.
We all have to grow up sometime: AdderXYU of Singularitee is the artist behind Get Equipped, a “mature” take on the classic Megaman boss selection screen. Thanks, Jaden!
Samsung’s Blue Earth is green all the way: it’s a solar-powered full touchscreen phone with a case made out of recycled water bottles, and includes an energy efficient charger.
Hype for the Watchmen continues, but we ain’t complaining: this time we get a Watchmen game with Double Dragon-era graphics; go here and then click on the arcade machine.
Geeky triskaidekaphobics will get a double dose today (Friday the 13th), with UNIX time reading 1234567890; click here for a Perl script to determine your local time / end of the world.
While it may not have the 8 MP of Samsung’s UltraTouch, Sony Ericsson’s C903 aims to please the shutterbug crowd with a 5 MP camera, Smile Shutter, TV-out and geo-tagging.
Ford revives two brands at once with the 2010 Ford Taurus SHO; it’s a sleeper outside, but gets V8 power with a 365hp 3.5L EcoBoost V6; also: AWD and a beefed-up suspension.
Most racing games focus on showing off their vehicles, but Fuel’s Vistas trailer is all about the course: full day-night cycles, weather effects and an astounding 8.7k sq. miles of terrain.
Long before Atari unleashed Pong on the world, Baby-Boom era college students apparently had whipped up a primitive prototype as evidenced by this Pre Computer tee.
Most of us have a love or hate relationship with Quentin Tarantino, and the purposely misspelled, Nazi-killin’ Inglourious Basterds promises to be no different; it’ll be in theaters 8/21.
Proposed by artist Michael Marcovici, UNITX is an urban tunnel system that would automate package transport; it’d be driven by logibots that could deliver up to 4 boxes at 50 km/h.
Dressed in British Racing Green, Oris’ Chronoris Grand Prix ’70 blends retro and modern F1 by including a second time zone, 10-min countdown and a pair of vintage racing gloves.
Whoever is marketing Dawn of War II deserves a raise: THQ takes a 1960s-era British APC, turns it into a Space Marines Rhino, and crushes a few hapless hatchbacks just for kicks.
Made with dark, untreated mid-weight denim, Acne’s Mic Rigid Jeans have a minimalist and starchy look that just begs to be broken in; five pockets, low-rise waist and zip fly.
Simultaneously awesome and ridiculous, Master Chief and the Arbiter take on some random baddies with a twist: they’re forced to fight a-la Final Fantasy, resulting in a five minute battle.
Goofy name, but cool tech with Dell’s Wasabi: measuring 5″x3″x1″ and weighing only 8 oz, this ultra-portable printer spits out 2″x3″ photos and uses no ink thanks to Zero Ink tech.
Infinitely cool for math geeks: Perfectly Scientific’s Prime Number posters show primes up to 2^43112609 – 1; they’re printed so small you’ll need a magnifying glass to read them.
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