Kia’s Super Bowl commercial for the Optima has left us wondering – what’s with the fighting? Is the Optima that rare? Is there only one in existence? Why can’t they just each get their own car?
This motorcyclist had just come to a stop when he was rear-ended by a lady driving a Scion. Incredibly, he caught the whole thing on camera, and managed to walk away without serious injury.
In honor of Superbowl Sunday, this infographic breaks down the spending of the country’s most Superbowl-obsessed states. Way to go with the liquor store spending, Wyoming. (Thanks Jevaun!)
This is Cooper the corgi. He seems afraid of water. But when he finally gets the courage to dive in, you’ll wonder what it is that he’s really scared of – drowning or people seeing him jump.
Who says merit badges are only for kids? Grown ups can use encouragement and validation from time to time too; we are enjoying the looks of these fun patches from Disorderly Goods.
A multi-touch poker table, with rebuy, show cards and other game options. Also has a camera that can beam live game video, along with the cards and odds of each player.
Ever heard the expression “crazy from the heat?” The opposite rings true in this video, filled with luscious natural light in Norway. The first oh-no-he-didn’t moment is at :31. (Thanks PistolPete!)
Limited to 987 cars, Porsche’s sexy 2012 Boxster S Black Edition has 320 hp with 273 lb/ft of torque, Bi-Xenon headlights, 19″ wheels, and lots of glossy black paint. Coming this Spring. (Thanks Chris!)
The Australian Staples guys have rebuilt Sydney Harbour entirely out of stationery and office supplies, including sticky notes, rubberbands, thumbtacks, and bulldog clips. (Thanks D.W.!)
During the semi-finals of the CZW World Tag Team Title Tournament, The Osirian Portal pulled one of the most egregious, rhythmic moves we’ve ever seen. How are we not hypnotized? (Thanks Alvin!)
Combining the best of still and video cameras, it shoots full 1080p60 full HD videos, 10 megapixel stills, 300fps high-speed shots and has a 10x optical zoom lens. Arrives in Japan first.
A mischievous mascot learns the hard way from this Superbowl commercial that you really don’t want to mess with a Camaro – especially when it’s actually a Transformer with an attitude.
We stared at this clip until our eyeballs bled, but still have no idea how magician Akira Fujii managed to pull off this close-up illusion with a couple of cigarettes in his hands.
NetherRealm Studios talks about the X-Ray Attack, a new feature in Mortal Kombat that lets players see the bone breaking and flesh bursting damage they inflict. These are finishing moves, aren’t they?
We’re not sure what’s taken so long, but here it is. The Android Market finally gets a web store. It has a neat feature that will have iOS users green with envy: apps are automagically installed wirelessly.
These awesome LEGO minifigs are the work of Julian Fong. We can’t believe they’re not official. Fong initially made minifigs of DC superheroes, but is now working on Street Fighter minifigs.
This new website collects doodles, napkin sketches, scribbles and concept drawings from game developers. Some result in amazing games – like Cannabalt, while others never see the light of day.
Paul Giamatti and Amy Ryan star in this dramedy about an disenchanted attorney who spends his nights coaching high-school wrestling, and stumbles onto a star wrestler in the course of his business.
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