As if dug up by a future archaeologist, Christopher Locke’s Modern Fossils casts game controllers, floppies and other gadgets in concrete; he even gives them a species name in Latin.
With curvy (albeit somewhat chunky) displays, Phosphor’s latest E-Ink watches look pretty sweet; choose from a Digital Hour Clock, always-on Digital Calendar or Ana-Digi Watch.
Like kids with matches and gasoline, the Spore devs invite the jokesters at Robot Chicken to create their own Galactic Adventures; bananas in dresses and farting frogs, anyone?
Sleek and minimalist, this Tilt Knife Block is perfect for modern cribs; it’s made from a single block of Walnut (with a Maple inlay) and is finished in beeswax and orange oil. Thanks, Chris!
It’s a bit dizzying to watch, but Rodrigo Gudiâˆš±o’s The Facts in The Case of Mister Hollow is a unique short film that lets you play detective by using a single image to tell an entire story.
Microsoft’s work-anywhere BlueTrack tech gets budget friendly with their Mouse 5000 and Mobile Mouse 6000; both are ambidextrous mice while the latter sports a 0.8cm nano receiver.
Just “plane” awesome: 73 remote controlled airplanes take flight simultaneously at the 2009 Joe Nall, a gathering of RC flight enthusiasts at the Triple Tree Aerodrome in South Carolina.
Purveyor of all tees awesome Dick Firestorm is determined to obliterate any notions of political correctness: Hot Chicks on Wolves features meat-eating, gun-toting, beer-swilling babes.
These USB Transformers take Cybertron to your cubicle and include flash drives and mouses; our favorite is Jazz, who transforms into a laptop-shaped USB hub. Thanks, Perry!
We love the funky cardboard look of Aziz Kocanaoqullari’s Masquerade; set to music by Belgium band Ghinzu, it also makes a poignant statement about workplace behavior.
Swapping dual light sabers for dual orange-accented bumper vents, this Darth Maul-styled BMW M3 could kill Jedi with its ultra clean looks, carbon fiber bits and black 20″ rims.
Atlantis’ recent flight to Hubble carried 180 special tools, 116 of which were designed just for that mission; they included Zero-G power tools, EVA workstations and screw capture plates.
It’s amazing what a little voice work, a sweet soundtrack and anti-aliasing can do, but this launch trailer for Terminator: Salvation has our hopes way up for the game; it’s out today.
We’re happy with $10 flip-flops, but Oakley’s Methane 2 Sandals have us drooling over the tech: shock-absorbing RED CODE/EVA foam, Microban treatment and full-grain foot bed.
It’s targeted towards the ladies, but we like Belvedere’s Black Raspberry Vodka for its simple flavors and smoothness; maceration is the process of extracting flavors from fruits and rinds.
Move over, MiFi: iRobot’s Ember is a paperback-sized robot that sets up ad-hoc hotspots in warzones, can navigate around obstacles and is able to right itself when flipped over.
Art Lebedev Studio’s self-stick Digitus address numbers are perfect for the doors of geeky offices and homes; it’s a simple idea, but we’re waxing nostalgic over the bitmap retro fonts.
Winter is just a melting memory in the northern hemisphere, but Patrik Petersson’s Kvant Motorbike is actually designed for urban commuters (and Aspen snobs) who live in snow climes.
Iomega’s portable eGo hard drives get a refresh with a new 1/2″ thick aluminum case, 7oz weight and up to 500GB of space; a special BlackBelt model can survive falls of up to 7 feet.
We like this new trailer for Resonance of Fate (aka End of Eternity), but it seems to be a bit too American: the last half is filled with fast action sequences and the heavy metal-ish music.
Most laptop bags are a jungle of cables, dongles and mice, but Cocoon’s Grid It is a versatile organizer with a weave of rubberized elastic bands that hold everything in place.
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