The Onion’s Google Opt-Out is a brilliant take on bureaucratic double speak: Google knocks you so far off grid you can forget about basic sanitation, medical care or escape.
Available for preorder: Marc Ecko’s Star Wars-themed collaboration continues with new hoodies, bubble jackets and track jackets; top picks: X-Wing Pilot and Storm Trooper.
The full trailer for Astro Boy is finally up and starts off the same as the teaser, but really kicks ass with new characters, humor and action; the animated movie hits theaters 10/23.
Minimize desk clutter with the BackPack; it’s an adjustable shelf that piggybacks on the desk stand of iMacs and Apple Cinema Displays and holds everything from USB hubs to a Mac mini.
Big Bang Briefly is the most important video you’ll watch today, and possibly ever: it explains your existence and that of the entire universe, and all of it in just over two minutes.
NOOb Boyfriend is both hilarious and depressing: there’s total pwnage by l33t parents from start to end, but the world is in for massive suckitude if future adults act anything like this.
Travis Pitts’ Zombiganda Posters envision an alternate reality America fighting undead instead of WW2; our favorite: ZOM-BOT, whose arms turn into spinning blades of zombie death.
Made for powerboat racers, Edox’s Class-1 Ice Shark watch features bright white and orange luminiscent markers-necessary, considering that it’s also water resistant down to 1,000 m.
Using little more than a sensitive mic, CMU students have created a UI that can sense gestures scratched or tapped onto just about any surface; think desks, walls, and even your pants.
The 2010 Yamaha VMAX only gets a price increase and an admittedly slick red paint job, but it’s tough ignoring the muscle bike’s brute power: a 1679cc V4 with fly-by-wire throttle.
Smith’s Pocket Pal is a multi-function compact sharpener for tool and tackle boxes; it features reversible and replaceable carbide and ceramic stones, plus a diamond coated rod.
A Video Game Quintet is awesome overload, with cosplaying, interpretive dance and homages to Zelda, Pokemon, Tetris, Super Mario and even Pong; PS: epic Halo solo at 1:55.
A royal flush is the last thing you’d want to do to your precious iPhone, but this deck of Playing Cards only looks like Steve Job’s pride and joy; they’re made with washable PVC plastic.
Ideal for entertaining in tight spaces, Crate&Barrel’s Kenton Bar Cabinet unfolds to reveal shelving for 12 wine bottles and three stemware racks; the bar top can also double in length.
BMW’s 7 Series High Security will withstand most assault weapons and the occasional bomb, with new 2.4″ safety glazing, armor plating throughout and a getaway worthy 0-60 of 6.2 s.
Slightly NSFW: The voice acting is hammy and it starts off slow, but The Seafarer redeems itself in the second half: think giant robots with laser beams, machine guns and cannons.
Based on the first 501 model in 1890, Levis’ XX501 jeans are a vintage reproduction with a single back pocket, painted suspender buttons, cinch back and two horse leather patch.
This Developer’s Diary for Dante’s Inferno gives us an overview of the game’s fantastic (yet disgusting) environments, with a stomach turning look at the Gluttony level; TUMS strongly advised.
Straightforward and simple, Paul Smith MAN is a woody fragrance that’s more down to earth than their previous cologne, Story, albeit with slightly spicy scents; it’s currently Europe only.
The first trailer for The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus is out, and it’s delicious: Terry Gilliam is in top form here, with surreal visuals and a cast that includes the late Heath Ledger.
The Revolutionary War would have gone very differently for the Yanks had the Tories fielded giant, church-smashing robots: Twenty If By Giant Robot is Revere’s ride, steampunk style.
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