It’s been a long time coming, but all six Star Wars movies are finally coming to high-def Blu-ray disc. The full 9-disc set includes over 30 hours of bonuses including deleted scenes. Out 9/2011.
Freud said professional drivers race because deep inside they harbor a death wish. But racers don’t race because they want to die, they race because that’s when they feel alive.
Microsoft has teamed with Samsung to create the SUR40, an updated version of its Surface interactive display which can also be wall-mounted. If only us normal folks could get our hands on one.
No offense Seattle, but TA didn’t think you had a prayer against the Saints; Marshawn Lynch has proven us wrong, weaving and stiffarming his way to a TD to seal the wildcard deal. (Thanks Bjorn!)
An excited couple takes a video of their baby… while it’s still inside its mother’s womb. We’ve watched this clip for five times straight and still can’t decide if it’s touching or horrifying.
An all-electric powered by a 23Kwh Li-ion battery. It has an estimated range of 100 miles between charges, and a recharge time of 3-4 hours. We’re not too fond of the butterflies on the dash though.
A jaw-dropping short film by creative design studio Charlex. It’s probably part of an Audi campaign, but for now Charlex isn’t revealing anything else. Will Audi be selling transforming cars?
Griffin’s Beacon pairs with your iOS device via Bluetooth and works with Dijit’s Universal Remote App so your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad can be used as a universal remote, without dongles or cases.
Legoland California has announced a new attraction: a Miniland area devoted exclusively to scenes from Star Wars movies. Bonus: it’s opening just in time for Spring Break. (Thanks Ron!)
The Casio Exilim TRYX has a frame thatâ€™s connected to the main body only on the lens, allowing the user to shoot from uncommon angles and positions with an ultra wide angle 21mm lens.
We at TA have known for quite some time that intense and awesome can easily be used to describe vacuum cleaner ads; for you naysayers, behold the power of the LG Kompressor Elite.
Researcher Jean-Christophe Laurence took a bunch of vintage gadgets and tech stuff from the 1980s and 1990s and showed them to today’s kids, then asked them to figure them out.
Austin Groff, a player at Twin Valley South High School tosses an incredible backwards desperation shot from half-court just milliseconds before the buzzer buzzes.
Fans of the Ice Age movies should be entertained by this short film, starring everyone’s favorite saber-toothed squirrel as he manages to mess with the Earth’s geology in search of his elusive acorn.
Honeycomb features lots of apps and widgets. An ever present status bar with virtual buttons helps with navigation. Apps include Google eBooks, a tablet-optimized GMail app and Google Maps 5.0.
Watch as Mika tells us about the movie Titanic, complete with awesome illustrations of her narration. Who could forget the part when Jack said,“Rose. It is cold… so take on the door”?
For those who fancy a timepiece with a distinctly old world appeal – or if you’re just not comfortable having something on your wrist – there’s the Nixon Highball pocket watch.
(Language NSFW) Apparently the young man in the black shirt made up some stuff on his Facebook profile about being a gang member. His enraged uncle makes him record his punishment.
Jack is a nice guy. He even stops people by the side of the road to help. Too bad nothing he says makes any sense. Stay out of the blue area, they don’t make the applesauce quite right in there.
The first tablet to run Android 3.0, XOOM has a 1GHZ dual-core CPU, 10.1â€³ screen, dual cameras, mini-USB, mini-HDMI ports and an SD card slot. Eventually it will use Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
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