Nintendo’s latest Punch-Out!! ads are a jab, cross and uppercut to our retro hearts; they feature Little Mac being coached by a slightly senile Doc Louis for a rematch with King Hippo.
Guilherme Martins’ PAPERduino is an ultra-affordable Arduino that uses paper instead of PCB; even better, he gets to print all his layouts right on the paper, making assembly a breeze.
You’re not playing with yourself, you’re just playing Tetris: these funky DIY keyboard pants by Zach Hoeken are actually only half functional but definitely put the quirky in QWERTY.
Basically a 21st century version of Running Man, Gamer is a near future film about gamers who control death row inmates in combat; cheesy or cult classic? We’ll find out 9/4.
Long fermenting liquor rivalries finally bubble over in this Bar Fight t-shirt; the martini and wine bottle may have started this fight, but it’ll be the whiskey flask and beer bottle who finish it.
We hope you didn’t miss last night’s premiere of Weaponizers on the Discovery Channel; it’s a blast-tastic mashup of Robowars and Mad Max, with a dash of Top Gear thrown in.
For those who demand pure sound, Denon’s AH-NC600 earbuds not only reduce ambient noise by 99% but feature a Radial Cascade Damper; it cuts out the noise from touched cables.
Yooouuutuuube may cause brain damage: it’ll take any YouTube video and play it in a 36×36 column with each video slightly out of sync; check out Numa Numa or Alice. Thanks, everyone!
Named after masters of splatter Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning, Oscar G. Torres’ Jackoon robot actually uses a camera that lets it paint a predetermined image.
Now available through Verizon, Samsung’s Alias 2 isn’t the prettiest phone but sports an e-ink “Magic Key” keypad which can switch between numeric and QWERTY modes.
As its name implies, this Sex & Violence trailer for Dragon Age: Origins is borderline NSFW; set to Marilyn Manson’s music, avoid this video if you can’t stand the sight of blood.
No, you’re not seeing double (or triple); this multi-colored Stereovision Coffee Table concept by designer John Nouanesing gets anaglyphic without the need for 3D glasses.
Some of you have already guessed it, but Samsung finally reveals the trickery behind their OmniaHD viral video; the best part starts at 1:40, where you see the video as it’s being filmed.
If even your laptop cooler needs to look good, NZXT’s Cryo S fits the bill with a 3mm thick aluminum body, two 120mm fans, two USB ports, a non-slip rubber finish and tilted surface.
We promise we’ll cut back on Star Trek posts soon, but The Movie Blog has a great compilation of Motivational Posters that should bring a smile to even the most stoic of Vulcans.
It looks like a droideka but this Croww 540 robot is purely benevolent; it not only acts as a pack mule that can traverse both sand and ice but provides shelter in the form of a retractable tent.
Forever vaporware due to 3D Realms’ closure, Duke Nukem Forever goes out with one last bang in this video; it’s unfinished work, but still pretty sweet. Note: NSFW nudity at 0:49.
Make your musical proclivities loud and clear with Rocksmith’s Boombox tee, which features a giant all-over printed 80s-style ghetto blaster; too bad it’s only good for a frontal assault.
Freelance artist Steven Lefcourt’s 8-Bit Fatalities desanitizes some of our favorite games and gives them a bloody dose of reality; think Animal Planet meets Mortal Kombat.
Taken high above Manhattan locations such as Times Square and Central Park, this panoramic Aerial NYC Tour is both breathtaking and relaxing thanks to chill music by Solid Beats.
MAKR’s Vertical Pocket gets swanky with retro-styled Herringbone etched on nubuck; it’s a relatively functional wallet, with a snap closure and curved cut for easy access to cards.
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