Silent Revolutions’ Hybrid Bag is the bag to rule them all with a triplet of uses: its plethora of pockets and compartments allow it to serve as a messenger, carry-on or weekender bag.
Generic name notwithstanding, Space War Commander is a slightly more involved version of StarBaron; it’s basically an RTS with overtones of Master of Orion. Demo here.
Made with a hand-crafted process that takes 45 days, Vaja’s ivolution Silver is lux all the way; this grainy cowhide MacBook Air case is offered in 15 outside and 37 inside colors.
The Space Shuttle is up for replacement soon, and with it a new fleet of NASA spacecraft will be taking us to the Moon and beyond; check out this 3D infographic, courtesy NYT.
NAS servers are a dime a dozen nowadays, but HP’s ex485/7 MediaSmart Servers are one of the few non-Apple devices to support Time Machine; choose from 750GB or 1.5TB.
BRM is well-known for its racer/industrial aesthetics, and their Perfed Watches are no different; both feature perforated hands and details, high contrast colors and sharp arabic numbers.
Black Knight will never replace real chess, but a number of innovations including irregularly tiled boards, unlockable regions, hidden tiles and teleport pads keep things interesting.
The Challenger may wallow around the twisties, but this Hurst HEMI version is easily forgiven; golden racing pinstripes and matching prototype wheels on white scream retro-sexy.
Poetically titled 19 Seconds to Find God, this striking LEGO diorama by Brian Kescenovitz instantly makes us think of The Matrix with robots dismembering minifigs left and right.
MSI’s U115 Hybrid Netbook takes a page out of Apple’s MBP playbook: it has the ability to run both SSD and HDD drives as well as selectively turn off the HDD to save power.
Cortex Command may be a work in progress, but it’s already loads of fun: this game is all about the explosions, with showers of debris rendered with a detailed physics engine.
Men’s how-to blog The Art of Manliness has a well-written write-up of the 25 Greatest Self-Made Men; they may not jive with your own politics, but they’re inspiring nevertheless.
Diesel’s Parabarny sneakers sport a red, white and gunmetal colorway that recalls classic 80s retro cues; they’re ideal everyday shoes with a cushioned footbed and plush collars.
Freshome’s 40 Most Creative Lamps post is pure linkbait, but we’ll bite: from Mario Bros. mushrooms and grenade lamps, we’ll never look at lighting the same. Thanks, Chris!
Essentially a wallet with a vertical form factor, this Tumi Passport Case is ideal for frequent flyers with a special passport slot; ballistic nylon and leather trim ups the style ante.
Michael Phelps may be milking his moment of fame, but No Limits: The Will to Succeed is an Amazon top seller and getting positive reviews from both athletes and casual readers.
Reviews are mixed over this Japanese-dubbed trailer for Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li; nobody looks like any of the game’s characters, but Kristin Kreuk as Chun-Li = hot.
From the same guy who brought us those sweet Portal magnets, these sixteen Team Fortress 2 Achievement Buttons should be familiar to regular players you happen to meet IRL.
Clean and unpretentious, Philips’ Russian market X710 Xenium is a simple phone, but two features stand out for business travelers: a generous 1900 mA/h battery and dual SIM slots.
Packed with enough villains and monsters to end the world several times over, Travis Pitts’ This Is How The World Ends tee has you covered for nearly every apocalyptic scenario.
While we’re sad that SG-1 is no longer with us (at least in episodic form), this 1:129 scale F-302 replica keeps our Goa’uld butt-kicking memories alive; it measures 8″ by 4.5″.
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