The North Face’s E-Tip Glove is not only touchscreen friendly thanks to silicone panels but also sports an anti-bacterial, breathable, and moisture-resistant X-static shell. Thanks, Dwayne!
Army of Two: The 40th Day becomes a quartet with this multiplayer trailer; it shows off the games four modes, which include Warzone, Co-op Deathmatch, Control, and Extraction.
Lenovo’s 10″ Skylight targets the netbook crowd, weighing under 2 lbs and offering 3G, Wi-Fi, and up to 10 hours of battery life; it’ll be sold directly or through AT&T at a subsidized price.
Watch as the Burj Dubai–now known as the Burj Khalifa–debuts to some seriously jaw-dropping fireworks in this video from 1/4/2010; it’s the tallest building in the world at 2,717 feet.
Arnold really meant it when he’d be back: this 12″, 1:6 scale T-800 figure is a spot-on replica of the Governator in Terminator 2, complete with detachable left endoskeleton arm.
Western Digital gets up to speed with its My Book 3.0; it’s the first available external hard drive with a speedy 4.8 Gb/s USB 3.0 interface and comes in 1 TB and 2 TB sizes.
From Paris With Love has John Travolta looking his sharpest (and shiniest) since Face Off; he stars alongside Jonathan Rhys Meyers in this action/thriller, due in theaters 2/5/2010.
Reebok’s Exofit gets a slick white-on-black retrofit with the Basquiat Tuxedo; it sports black leather and the writings and doodles of late American graffiti artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Google’s Nexus One is official: it’s available unlocked or via T-Mo/VZW and features a 3.7″ AMOLED touchscreen, 5 MP camera, video recording, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Android 2.1.
In use in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Tactical Tomahawk is a hi-tech take on an old-school weapon; it sports a drop-forged carbon steel head and tread-patterned nylon handle. Thanks, Mac!
Avatar’s plot may not be the deepest, but thank your blue asses it wasn’t worse: if the sequel is anything like Thelma & Louse II: Avatars of Pandora, we’ll drive ourselves off a cliff.
LBO’s Light Touch is a laser projector and IR sensor that’ll project a 10″ virtual touchscreen on any surface; it includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 2 GB memory, and up to 2 hours per charge.
NSFW: Duke Nukem Forever will forever be vaporware, but that hasn’t stopped fans; this live-action trailer is what the game should have been–campy, cigar-chomping, and kick-ass.
Marvell’s always-on, always-connected microserver Plug Computer 3.0 gets a big spec bump: it now includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a built-in hard drive, and a 2 GHz Armada CPU.
Available summer 2010, Cadillac’s 2011 CTS-V Coupe joins their high-performance line with the same 556 hp V8 in the sedan, auto or manual 6-speed transmission, and Brembo brakes.
Lenovo’s Ideapad U1 Hybrid is an 11.6″ multitouch slate tablet that docks into a laptop; together, they possess a Core 2 Duo CPU, 4 GB RAM, Intel/Snapdragon GPU, and 128 GB SSD.
With a non-functional scoop, spoiler, and stripes, Mopar’s Performance Appearance Package for the Dodge Challenger may be the epitome of all-show and no-go; still, we like it.
Like the Edge, Lenovo’s ThinkPad X100e arrives 1/5/10; it’s an ultra-portable notebook with 11.6″ display that weighs less than 3 lbs. and includes a full-size keyboard with multitouch touchpad.
Available now on VOD and in theaters 2/15/2010, District 13: Ultimatum is the sequel to the 2004 French parkour film; like the original, we’re fans of its focus on wire and CG-less stunts.
Able to withstand up to 70+ mph winds, the Blunt Umbrella is no ordinary rain-stopper; it sports force spreading tips, double struts, and a radial tensioning system. Thanks, Grant!
History Channel’s Life After People: The Series begins where the original film left off, with in-depth looks at the decay of cities like L.A. and London; it includes 10 episodes on 3 discs.
Limited to 500 pieces, NZ-based Magrette’s Moana Pacific Diver is a 50s-style diving watch; it features 500m water resistance, double-domed sapphire, superluminova, and a Miyota movement.
Serene Teh’s Parkour Motion Reel is a bit of finger gymnastics in and of itself; it’s a fantastic stop-motion animation drawn with a technical pen that really puts the “flip” in flip book.
Mitchell Collet’s sculptures aren’t just any old car parts; they’re slices of automotive history, including the side panel from a 1967 Honda R300 or the grille of a 1961 Aston Martin Zagato.
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