A networked media player with built in 802.11n WiFi, streaming to DLNA-compatible devices, support for most video formats including MKV and AVCHD, streaming via Netflix, Pandora and more.
Although he wasn’t the one who made these tiny cardboard people, it’s photographer Anton Tang’s depth of field, angles and lighting tricks that make them look lifelike and adorable.
Inspired by the ubiquitous plumbing pipe, the A-stand is made of PVC tubes, with a soft touch rubber coating to prevent slippage. The stand is adjustable to fit different laptop sizes.
A rider zips through Moscow’s busy Warsaw highway at breakneck speeds, popping wheelies and generally dangerous moves on his Yamaha R1. We only hope that camera is mounted on a helmet.
The only chair certified by the Space Foundation, its upholstery is made of NASA-developed foam that adapts to one’s body shape and temp. The Swedish leather cover adds luxury and comfort.
We haven’t tried Oki-Kutsu’s trainers yet, but they do look comfortable. The Crockett has a canvas upper and inner and vulcanized rubber toe and sole. The cut around its ankle gives it a fresh look.
(NSFW) This gameplay video features the non-linear nature of progression in Witcher 2. We’re excited about the replay value, but we’re equally stoked about the presentation and humor.
Austin Meys demonstrates his sheer upper body strength, bending metal, destroying decks of cards and climbing ropes with only his arms. You don’t want to be in the ring with this kid. (Thanks, Mike!)
Blastr’s gallery of sci-fi actors’ yearbook photos is pretty random – Radcliffe is there, but Shatner and Nimoy are missing. But it’s still worth a peek, if only for Chris Pine’s goatee. And Van Damme.
The Girard-Perregaux Vintage 1945 Jackpot Tourbillon features a working replica of the Liberty Bell, the world’s first mechanical slot machine. The watch has a retail price of $625,000.
A long, long time ago, in a country far, far away… Steve Bialik rendered Star Wars characters in Edo Period-style art. These limited edition lithographic prints measure 11″ x 27″ each.
Triple Aught Designâ€™s thoughtful Stealth Hoodie bridges the gap between waterproof hardshells and highly breathable fleeces; 3 layer softshell, welded elbow seams, 6 pockets, media ports and D-ring.
UK-based company Cardok installs underground hydraulic parking systems designed to provide security and space. Each unit can lift up to 3 tons per deck, so a second car can be parked on top.
True to its name, Yoji Yamamoto’s shoe features a huge Torsion bar on the outsole; Adidas says this provides “incredible support and flexibility.” Leather and stingray skin accents provide style.
A blog with nothing but screenshots of computer interfaces in movies. Some of them are amusing, some make no sense and some feature large fonts so the audience knows what’s on the computer.
Italy’s Alessi is working on a sleek tablet based on Android 2.1. It will offer a 10.1″ HD touchscreen, fast access to the web, widgets, and other apps. Also, a DVB tuner for countries that support it.
Kick your balls just about anywhere with this compact table that measures just 20″ long by 12″ wide. Looks just like the big tables, but fits perfectly on your desk or coffee table.
NBC and Netflix announced you’ll be able to stream hundreds of episodes of Saturday Night Live, The Office, 30 Rock, Law & Order: SVU, Battlestar Galactica, and more in your instant queue.
We’ve seen praying mantises before, but a praying dog? His name is Django, and he believes that he’s been blessed, and is thankful for it. Either that or his master’s thigh smells really good.