The Onion’s latest news video satire focuses on Prague’s new Franz Kafka Airport; true to form, it’s confusing, obtuse and fixated on truth–just like the early 20th century writer.
A slightly tweaked version of yesterday’s N110, the Samsung N120 keeps the same 10.1″ display but gets a full-sized 12.1″ keyboard and an increased battery life of 10.5 hours.
Aritz Aizpurua’s Zapping is a hilarious animated short about modern civilization’s silly obsession with remotes–and our resultant inability to simple walk over and turn the TV on.
The 3″ nickel-alloy Rosetta Disk (a modern Rosetta Stone) is now online; the original is micro-etched with 13,000 pages of language documentation on over 1,500 languages.
Similar to the Honda Insight’s dash, Ford’s Fusion Hybrid features a SmartGauge cluster which features two customizable LCD displays which show MPG, fuel levels and more.
ShirtsMyWay is a startup that lets guys customize their own dress shirts; you’ll be able to choose fabrics, buttons and more, with a staggering 7 trillion possible combinations in all.
Stormrise is now available, and with it this launch trailer gives a proper introduction; it’s a mix of cinematic world-ending voiceovers and a breakdown of the game’s various features.
The new Peek Pronto improves on the original Peek with increased speed, push email, Exchange support, texting, search functionality and DOC/PDF support, up to five email accounts.
The second teaser for Astro Boy is up, and squeezes in quite a few new goodies in only 30 seconds: you’ll hear Astro Boy’s voice for the first time as well as meet Dr. Tenma and Cora.
Giorgio Caporaso’s aptly-name “More” furniture system is perfect for tight spaces; it features a set of rings that slide together, allowing them to serve as shelves, tables and even chairs.
Due to launch this winter, OnLive brings the thin client concept to gaming; with games delivered through the web, you’ll be constrained not so much by hardware but by bandwidth.
Targeted at 20-35 year olds, Ramit Sethi’s I Will Teach You To Be Rich has over sixty 5-star reviews and offers practical personal finance tips for banking, saving, budgeting and investing.
Simple and elegant, Verizon/Nokia’s 7205 Intrigue cellphone features a hidden, external 1.9″ PMOLED display; only 0.55″ thick, it also comes with a funky fade finish on the keypad.
Seeing these good fellas at your local jazz lounge will give you pause, and rightly so: the last bandmember to question the Mob Musicians’ music ended up with cement shoes.
Iron Man vs. Bruce Lee is an odd smackdown, but we’re still glad Patrick Bolvin created this awesome stop-motion video; a mystery third (and fourth) party is revealed at the end.
Prindiville Prestige’s customized Lambo Murcielago replaces its body panels with carbon fiber and adds a titanium exhaust system, handle-less doors and an upgraded interior.
There’s so much action in this launch trailer for BattleForge that it gets us dizzy (in a good way); it’s a card-based strategy game with 200 initial cards and an an auction/trading system.
Timberland Boot Company’s Counterpane Boots have a well-worn, rugged style with Italian canvas and Horween full-grain leather panels; it’s unlined to keep the weight light.
It was “bound” to happen sooner or later: blogger and literary buff James Bridle has self-published My Life in Tweets, a hardcover book with 4100 Twitter posts from 2007 to 2009.
Samsung’s 10.1″ N310 notebook is an oddball; its curvy design and colors make it look like a toy, but the LED display, 3G module and 93% chiclet keyboard are crave-worthy features.
A new, meatier trailer is up for Monsters vs. Aliens: the first half is focused mostly on Ginormica, but you’ll learn more about all the characters (including the big, bad alien invaders).
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