Classic 1964 Bond movie Goldfinger is coming to Blu-ray tomorrow; you’ll get a widescreen edition with director commentary, DTS-HD audio and the best bond chick ever: Pussy Galore.
Celebrate your 30th birthday in style: Instructables reader Derek and his girlfriend has created two Daft Punk-styled suits and helmets with EL wire and Arduino-powered LEDs.
Warning: The Effing Card Co. is absolutely un-PC and offensive; hell, even we were offended on occasion. Still, we have to give props to a biz that revolves around being in-your-face.
Tired of getting pwned by noobs? The Xtensor Hand Exerciser is designed to improve reaction times by rebalancing strength and flexibility; it can also treat tennis elbow and arthritis.
The FragFX is a best of all worlds controller for the PS3, with a mouse in one hand and a Wii-like “FragChuk” in the other; v.2 improves sensitivity and buttons on both controllers.
It’s not often a story manages to be mundane and heavy at the same time, let alone do it all in 12 minutes; Forever’s Not So Long answers an age-old question with surprising grace.
We’ve previously seen the gorgeous aerial bi-axial Tourbillon of Concord’s C1 QuantumGravity watch, but they’ve now revealed the case; it’s a 48.5 mm Titanium looker.
Set in an alternate reality 1914, War of the Worlds: Goliath is a steampunk fan’s dream, with humans piloting steam-powered tripods and 1500 foot zeppelins made with Martian tech.
Billed as the world’s most expensive and exclusive production sport bike, MV Agusta’s F4CC is limited to 100 and is handbuilt with a 200hp 1078cc engine that tops out at 195 mph.
GlueFO 2.0 is a sticky remake of Asteroids, where your ammo comes from the targets themselves; although controlling your ship is easy, it’s balanced by the frenetic pace of the game.
Part of Stone Island’s Shadow line, the Bagjack does triple time; it can easily be transformed into a messenger bag, a briefcase, or a backpack with a few zips and buttons.
If you liked Forrest Gump in One Minute, the U of York folks are back with Kill Bill in One Minute; it includes both Part 1 and Part 2, all in a single, glorious hack-and-slash filled take.
Vomitsaw’s 8-bit Nintoaster has been one-upped with twice the bits: made with an actual toaster, the Super Nintoaster plays SNES games and features dimmable orange LEDs.
3RD ARM’s solar battery makes good use of real estate on your messenger bag; a solar panel charges an accumulator unit; which then charges your iPod or cellphone via USB.
While Wolfenstein’s first trailer was merely good, this latest Occult Trailer is flat-out fantastic; it’s filled with eye-watering energy weapons, explosions and disintegrating Nazis.
Not entirely practical but oh-so-lux, this bicycle is literally wrapped head to toe in leather, from the saddle and grips down to the lugs; it’s the work of cutter/sewer Jacques Ferrand.
An oldie (but a goodie), this fictional Old Glory ad from Saturday Night Live stars the unflappable Sam Waterston selling the most necessary of protections: Robot Attack Insurance.
We’re not sure how we missed this awesome Cut Throat t-shirt by Electric Zombie; it’s not the quickest way to kill the undead, but the gory, bloody details on the slim-fit tee are fantastic.
The Spidolite’s larger, chunkier brother, Linde Werdelin’s Oktopus is also a distinctly masculine diving watch with thicker markers and hands and a maximum depth of 1,111 meters.
Outfitted with non-erasable cards with 1,000 songs each, SanDisk’s SlotRadio is a step backwards; still, its small size, ease of use, and affordability make it an ideal gift for technophobes.
The Year One has summer flick written all over it: it’s billed as the first road trip (ever), with Jack Black and Michael Cera playing a pair of hunter-gatherers during Biblical times.
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