Based on Novatel’s MiFi, the Sprint MiFi 2200 is a combination broadband modem and mobile hotspot; it also makes use of the MiFi’s GPS, good for location and mapping apps.
Critics have been calling the new Star Trek a fresh reboot of the franchise, but CollegeHumor’s My Favorite Movie reveals uncanny similarities to another sci-fi franchise.
We’re loving this hypnotic music video for indie band BrotherSister’s Still Run; it shows a continuously shifting landscape that starts off serene but gets pretty dicey towards the end.
Stephen Dettman’s solar-powered MotoMap GPS is motorcycle friendly; it mounts to the fuel tank with a strap and magnets and uses a flexible E-Ink display that works with gloves.
A million voices cried out and were played in a loop: Star Wars Soundboard has dozens of squealing Jawas, growling Wookiees and whiny Lukes to mix at your mercy. Thanks, Thorir!
Borsalino’s helmets are clearly out of our budget (they’ve been making hats since the 19th century), but their mix of hard/soft and retro/new textures is almost good enough to eat.
Based on Superformance’s Shelby, Exotic Auto’s Shelby Daytona Coupe Le Mans Edition features fender flares and 18″ shoes along with an upgraded suspension and interior.
With over 1,000 pages, the Walking Dead Compendium is a braaaainfest like none other; it collects issues #1-#48 of Robert Kirkman’s George Romero-inspired Walking Dead comics.
Will/AyesDyef has a brilliant Team Fortress 2 / N64 Super Smash Bros. mashup that matches shot-for-shot the intro of the latter, albeit using the zany characters of the former.
Four years in the making, Oakley’s Pit Boss sunglasses are part of their new Elite line; they sport polarized, smudge-proof lenses and an O-Matter frame with lightweight titanium inserts.
Most of us have heard tales of the 24 hour daylight in the Arctic Circle, but Never Ending Sun shows the sun as it bounces along the horizon. It’s set to music by Avi Hochberg.
Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park/Fort Minor) collaborates with the DC Remix Project on these MSDC Xanders; the Koi scale soles and characters all pay homage to his Japanese roots.
Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus is a campy, low-budget horror flick with harbinger of hammy acting Lorenzo Lamas; we were sold the moment the shark ate the Golden Gate Bridge.
Che-Wei Wang’s 3.16 Billion Cycles clock will fall apart after 100 years; a 60rpm motor drives a cascading array of wheels, the last of which causes the outer arc to fall in a century.
This Forgotten Secret trailer for White Knight Chronicles starts off with butterflies and ballroom dancing; in other words, it’s ripe for all the slick sword-swinging mayhem afterwards.
It’s a clear case of form over function, but what a sexy case it is: Diesel’s DZ9044 watch features a big, blank stainless steel face, opting instead to put two movements on each side.
The lord of all things Mac gets a typographical makeover with this Steve Jobs portrait by Dylan Roscover; it’s based on Apple’s “Crazy Ones” ads and uses common Apple fonts.
Tired of missing those one-day-only t-shirt sales? TeeMagnet.com is a godsend: it compiles tee-a-day sites and displays their current offerings along with the time remaining.
Born out of a swine flu discussion, Jer Thorp’s Just Landed is another Twitter mashup, but this time using “just landed/arrived in” tweets and the user’s hometown to track their movements.
At $200, you could get a real guitar in place of Logitech’s new Wireless Guitar; still, for hardcore Rock Band/Guitar Hero players, you can’t beat the $50 price drop over the previous edition.
Its looks may not be for everyone, but the 2010 BMW S 1000 RR superbike sports a crowd-pleasing 999cc engine and a 404 lb dry weight, good for 193 hp and 83 lb/ft of torque.
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