It may be a little bit geeky, but you’ll be guaranteed the full color spectrum with this Ink Cartridge Lamp; it uses the same eight Epson K3 cartridges found in 7800 and 9800 series printers.
Made out of recycled tires by Israel designer Elanit Neutra, the McKlaren messenger bag is named after the F1 team; the 17″ bag sports a zipper closure, back pocket and cell-phone pocket.
The US government goes bankrupt in style by staging a fake coup, complete with the storming of Congress, blowing up the Treasury and renaming the country to the Empire of Octavia.
Sony’s new 5″ Reader Pocket and 6″ Reader Touch e-readers both hope to undercut Amazon’s Kindle, with 512 MB, USB 2.0 port and $199/$299 price point; still missing: Wi-Fi.
On His Majesty’s Secret Service is exactly why we love HK cinema: few places have so thoroughly embraced slapstick humor that your comprehension of Cantonese purely optional.
Even Jedis are fighting Galactic Warming: this glow-in-the-dark LightSaver t-shirt reveals an eco-friendly version of the lightsaber that’ll slice-up Sith with 50% less Force emissions.
D300s Pro Perspectives is a series of videos by photographers Robert Bosch and Ami Vitale using Nikon’s new HD video-capable D300s; the results are nothing short of spectacular.
Celebrating two decades of Miata, Mazda has released a 20th Anniversary MX-5 for JDM only; it’ll come in white with special badges, clear foglights, and heated red/black Recaro seats.
In an age of gadgets and consoles, BIllet Bones Dominoes takes the age-old game uptown with unbreakable aluminum blocks; each set can be engraved with your initials or signature.
The Aviator gets sand & surf friendly with Maui Jim’s new Sugar Beach sunglasses; they sport anti-corrosive pin hinges and saltwater-safe lenses that block glare, UV and manage blue light.
Get ready for a massive 80s/90s cartoon flashback: your favorite half-shelled, pizza-devouring heroes are hitting XBLA and PSN on 8/5/09 with TMNT: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled.
Ideal for RV owners and able to power most appliances and tools, Yamaha’s 2000 watt EF2000is is also a portable generator; it weighs only 44 lbs with up to 10.5 hours at 25% load.
With a recession, 2012, and Jackie Chan fighting viruses, the end-time signs are all here; Slate’s Choose Your Own Apocalypse lets you choose 144 possible causes of America’s death.
Botta-Design’s less-is-more approach reaches its zenith with the UNO Automatic: it uses just one hand, an ultra-precise Swiss ETA 2824-2 movement, and angled dial to eliminate parallax.
It’s complete nonsense, but what beautiful nonsense it is: Birdy Nam Nam puts Daft Punk and Heavy Metal in a blender and spits out robots, sneakers, sugar cubes and sarcophagi.
Perfect for when alcohol has rendered both facial and verbal expression impossible, these Emoticon Shot Glasses allow you to continue boozing and schmoozing without interruption.
Similar to EZR, Daytraders of the Dead ups the ante with more satisfying powerups, enemies worth killing (undead bankers) and all the Federal bailout money you could ever want.
Designed for special forces, Pohl Force’s H3 Alpha One Knife is a beast with a 5 mm blade, grooved glass-reinforced Zytel handles, and slotted screws for easy repair. Thanks, Lucas!
Mashable and The Society for Geek Advancement team up for Global Geek Week; submit your geek-inspired video by Thursday for a chance to win two Virgin America tickets to anywhere.
Incase’s Fall 2009 collection is now available: their product line-up remains largely unchanged, but introduces new autumn-friendly colors to their existing bags, cases and sleeves.
Based on the acclaimed comic series of the same name, this Planet Hulk trailer shows the green meanie going from Hulk Smash to Hulk Savior; it’s due to arrive on DVD in February 2010.
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