Bringing Wi-Fi to wine, Kalorik’s dual bottle Wine Cooler uses two wireless temperature probes inserted into uncorked bottles to alert you when it’s time to rechill your bubbly or red.
If the new iPod Shuffle’s proprietary earbuds give you pause, Dexim’s Shu-Lip just might make it worthwhile: it eliminates the need for a separate cable a-la the 1G Shuffle.
We’ve all drummed away at our desks at some point, so think of these Drumstick Pencils as the marriage of two great houses: wood pencils with oval tips, perfect for percussive prose.
If you’ve ever wanted to see how professional screenprinters do it, the video above follows Jon Sherman of Flavor Paper around his hand-screened wallpaper plant in New Orleans.
Created in response to rising anti-immigrant sentiment in Australia, this Come In, There’s Heaps Of Room t-shirt flips the “F*** Off, We’re Full” bumper sticker on its racist head.
Targeted towards text-happy teens, LG’s Rumor 2 will launch on Sprint 3/15; it features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 1.3 MP camera, QVGA screen, stereo bluetooth and GPS.
In Yatterman, a boy builds a robot dog which shoots iron pellets out of its nose, eats bone-shaped powerups, and unleashes mini robots that dismantle enemies. Oh so Japanese, and oh-so cool.
A smaller version of the Metropolis bag, Chrome’s Mini.Metro doesn’t skimp with 1,000D Cordura, truck tarp inner liner and mil-spec seam binding. Note: $20 cheaper here. Thanks, Brian!
Most games are about avoiding death, but Bloody Fun Day lets you play as the Grim Reaper himself; it’s a puzzle game where your goal is to kill–but with an eye on sustainability.
You’ll need a 10x magnifying glass to use Citizen’s Astrodea watches, but it’s mana from the starry heavens for astronomers: it features 1,109 stars that slowly spin in real time.
Fresh from Japan, this mini figure set includes eight robots from the epic “prison break” scene in WALL-E, including EVE and M-O; it measure 5.5″ long and includes a snap-together base.
We’ve always liked the “OMG they’re invading America!” shock value of World In Conflict, and this launch trailer for Soviet Assault is no different; “war comes home” 11/09.
Essentially an ice cream maker on steroids, the NitroCream N2-G4 is hand-built and capable of making gelato, frozen yogurt and sorbet (in addition to ice cream); it uses liquid nitrogen.
Gothamites will definitely like this massive gallery of historical black & white New York City photos; it’s a trip down memory lane that shows just how much has changed in the Big Apple.
Anybody up for a game of Speed Jenga? This home-made wooden pistol uses a rubber band to snap a bolt into a tower, fast enough to eject bricks without toppling (usually).
Bicycles and cars don’t always get along, so this Bikefish t-shirt by District Cotton is sure to elicit laughs from fellow pedal pushers; run, little Hummer! PS – see if you can spot ET.
Phone consolidator GrandCentral is back, this time as Google Voice; it’s still not available to the public, but has been retooled to be an email inbox for voicemail messages.
Be still, our 8- and 16-bit hearts: DesktopGaming is a great collection of desktop wallpapers from classics such as Super Mario Bros, Mega Man and Sonic the Hedgehog.
Besides swearing in a new president, the Inauguration was also witness to a massive human wave, courtesy Garth Brooks, “Shout” and speakers purposely delayed to minimize echoes.
It’s not the most groundbreaking PMP, but Samsung’s YP-Q2 gives a good 50 hours of playback in a slick case; a 2.4″ screen, mic, up to 16GB of storage, and FM radio round it out.
Sam Raimi returns to his horror roots with Drag Me To Hell; the plot is quirky, yet timely: it’s about a woman who places a curse on a loan officer for refusing to extend her mortgage.
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