Good luck resisting Nixon’s The Regent Watch; it slickly blends a pure, minimalist design and sophisticated details with a stainless steel case, sapphire crystal and croc leather strap.
This Developer Walkthrough trailer for Singularity has us waxing nostalgic for our flux capacitors; it focuses on time travel and the interesting and often twisted ways it affects gameplay.
Sony’s MDR-DS7100 wireless headphones mean business: they boast 7.1 channel sound, a 50 mm driver, 100 foot range via the 2.4 GHz band and 13 hours of battery life.
With a 3 mph top speed, Charley Wheelock’s Twin Barrels Burning is the slowest soap box racer ever; still, we love the design, which uses wine barrels and a ’57 Ford F100 drop axle.
Bloxygen is a can of compressed argon and a lifesaver for painters; a two-second blast before sealing a can sprays enough argon to effectively block oxygen from spoiling paint.
Likely an effort to assuage privacy concerns, Google Japan definitely has the market cornered on cute with this stop motion TV ad; it shows how Google Maps’ Streetview is really made.
Just in time for Halloween: Dr. Martens’ 1914 Bones Boot is a playful take on their 14-eye work boot; it sports a glow-in-the-dark skeleton along its nearly 11″ full grain leather upper.
Both the Wii and Xbox 360 get their own flavor of Logitech’s Wireless Drum Controller with similar specs: stainless steel surfaced bass pedal, 30 foot range and quick fold-flat design.
Yes, yes, and yes: this Walkthrough Trailer for Assassin’s Creed II shows its badass appeal isn’t all smoke bombs and mirrors, with over six minutes of developer-guided gameplay.
Targeted towards Leica neophytes, the X1 is a compact camera with a 12.1 MP APS-C sensor, 2.7″ LCD with Live View, fixed 24 mm f/2.8 lens, max 3200 ISO and Adobe DNG mode.
Oakley’s Contact Backpack is like a bag-afficionado’s wish list come true: it “packs” a padded laptop area, external loop array, interior organizer, and removable lid with extra pockets.
Winner at numerous Australian film festivals, The Cat Piano is a stylish take on film noir by The People’s Republic of Animation with sensuous poetry and a graphic 2D look.
Made for portability, Microsoft’s Mobile Keyboard 6000 is just a few mm thicker than an AAA battery at the rear, requires Bluetooth, and can be purchased with a separate number pad.
Let the Easy Mac and Cup O’ Noodles commence: CollegeHumor outdoes itself with The Freshman 15, an uncannily well-sung and directed parody of The Verve Pipe’s 90s hit single.
Apple’s iPod Nano 5G may look like the 4G, but it’s a brand new beast with a cheaper price tag, a larger 2.2″ display, 640×480 video camera, pedometer, FM radio, mic and speaker.
Beyond the Nano, Apple’s other 9/9 news: iPod Touch gets up to 64 GB and Open GL, Classic gets 160 GB, Shuffle gets new colors, iTunes store gets tweaked and iPhone OS goes up to 3.1.
Logitech finally rolls out its Wireless Guitar Controller to the Wii; it’ll work with both Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero and features a maple neck, rosewood fingerboard and metal frets.
It looks like a cartoony version of Diablo, but there’s more to Torchlight; due out 10/27, it’ll be downloadable for $20, is designed to be modded and serves as a prelude to an MMORPG.
The first bespoke McLaren since the F1, the MP4-12C is built around a single 176 lb. carbon fiber tub; it also packs a twin-turbo, midship 3.8L V8 with 600 hp and 433 lb-ft torque.
Replacing the Glyde, Samsung’s Rogue is Verizon’s first with an AMOLED phone; specs: a 3.1″ resistive touchscreen, full slide-out QWERTY, EV-DO Rev. A, and 3 MP w/autofocus.
Brandon Griffith is a god amongst Jedi: he’s built a Star Wars chess set using LEGO pieces dedicated to A New Hope (Ep. IV), with two additional sets for the Ep. V and VI on the way.
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