Samsung’s Reclaim is a surprisingly capable green phone: made from 80% recycled materials, it packs a sliding QWERTY, 2 MP camera with video, GPS navigation and Bluetooth 2.0.
Beefing up the skimpy Command & Conquer 4 debut trailer, this director’s cut video gives us a few plot points to chew on-plus rumors of footage of Kane running headfirst into a wall.
Oakley’s Mallet Messenger Bag is a vintage take on their normally modern fare, with faux leather accents, a waxed cotton shell, large front slip pocket and detachable shoulder strap.
It’s not quite a holodeck, but comes close: the U. of Tokyo’s Touchable Holography uses a Provision Holo display, two Wii remotes and ultrasonic waves to simulate tactile sensation.
Translation Party shows the meaning behind lost in the translation: it repeatedly takes a phrase between Japanese and English, with often unintentionally humorous results. Thanks, Scott!
Mixing a caffeine rush with brass knuckles probably isn’t the smartest idea, but this Fisticup Coffee Mug lets you punch your way through morning meetings and bouts of afternoon malaise.
While physicists slave away at a Theory of Everything, late night TV’s Craig Ferguson already has one: Why Everything Sucks is part rant, part brilliant social commentary. Thanks, Corey!
Measuring a scant 0.8″ thick and 4.2 oz, Pentax’s P80 is their new flagship ultra-compact camera; it boasts a 12 MP sensor, 720p video recording, 4x optical zoom, and 2.7″ LCD.
It’s been awhile since we’ve heard about Machinarium, but this nearly two-minute gameplay trailer gives us plenty to chew on–in particular, a funky animated dialog system.
The Shelby Daytona Coupe MKII goes legit, carrying not only the Shelby name but a CSX 9000 chassis number; improvements include visibility, suspension, noise and cooling.
Looking a bit like a college bike rack, this Gama-Go tee has Dirty Bird presiding over a titanic Bike Jam of fixies, complete with mustache handlebars and the obligatory U-lock.
Move over, Chuck Norris, Charles Nelson Reilly is in town: Weird Al and JibJab team up for CNR, a White Stripes spoof that paints the actor as the badass to end all badasses.
Greedy Genius updates their slick Ocean Runner silhouette with a Big Blue colorway that’s tonal through and through, with extra padding on the back heel; it’s due out Fall 2009.
This Day at the Office trailer for Army of Two: The 40th Day is mostly an excuse to get EA’s developers some face time, but we ain’t complaining: we could all use coworkers like this.
Winner of the James Dyson Award, Dominic’s Hargreaves’ The Contortionist is not just a sweet looking aluminum bike, but rolls up via a system of pivots into a size no larger than one wheel.
In the latest sign of the robot apocalypse, Infinite Mario AI is played entirely by an AI at scary fast speeds; technically, it uses an A* search algorithm and information visible on-screen.
Ever wondered how you compare to your countrymen? The NY Times’ American Time Use Chart lets you view by activities (eating, sleeping, TV) and group (gender, age, children).
Acronym’s 3A-7TS backpack is huge inside, but it’s the outer shell that really hauls: it’s fitted with four rows of Tec-Sys webbing, upon which you can mount extra pockets and pouches.
It’s no Lord of the Rings, but this trailer for Peter Jackson’s adaptation of The Lovely Bones manages to be simultaneously down-to-earth and inspiring yet creepy and suspenseful.
Drowning in a sea of hard drives from defunct computers? The USB to SATA/IDE kit can rescue your data from 1.8″-3.5″ IDE drives, 2.5″-3.5″ SATA drives and even optical drives.
Aissa Logerot’s Halo Light Writer makes tagging geeky, swapping aerosol with photons; you’ll be able to change intensity and color, but charging the battery is old-school: shake the can.
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