Blackberry’s Curve 8320 is now available with AT&T, specifically for use with its Wi-Fi hotspots including Starbucks and Barnes & Nobles; also: QWERTY keypad, bluetooth, 2MP camera.
The lesser known spin-off of MTV’s car mod show, this Pimp My Bike tee is a nod to our two-wheeled bros with calves of steel; how about a pair of 10″ LCDs to go with your fixie?
Designed by Reuben Margolin for Switzerland’s Technorama science center, Magic Wave is a 25 m^2 piece of kinetic art that demonstrates wavelength, amplitude and frequency.
Their time might be better spent avoiding a bailout, but checkout these Ford, Nissan, Bentley and Rolls-Royce proposals for futuristic, revamped versions of Santa’s Sleigh.
iLuv’s been busy lately, with yesterday’s i9500 and now the iSP200 Soundbar: this 2.1 channel system manages to squeeze in a subwoofer, two detachable speakers and a 3-port USB hub.
Above: the digital artists at Realtime:UK have released a group of stunning cinematic sequences from Stormbirds, a near-future fighter combat game that was unfortunately canceled.
Ditch the eggnog with Crispin Hard Apple Cider; this dry drink goes down without the bloat associated with traditional ciders and beers, and is best served over ice. Thanks, Matt!
Fans of car chases should checkout this trailer for Wheelman; set in Barcelona with your car is your primary weapon, the racing game stars Vin Diesel and is due out 2/16/09.
Available Spring 2009, Oakley’s ANTIX is more spaceship than sunglasses: it features a single Plutonite lens with a Polaric Ellipsoid shape and a lightweight O Matter frame.
Tame the gadgetpalooza that is your desk with the Gear Gripper, a bendy tactile foam with a grippy surface that lets you keep your cellphones, mp3 players and knick knacks in check.
All tubes with nary a semi-conductor, the WooAudio6 headphone amp is not only retro-fantastic, but delivers consistently clean and natural SET Class-A sound at an affordable price.
Fast-paced, mech-on-mech combat, what’s not to like? Robokill is a top-down shooter filled with upgrades and spiffy graphics; the full version gets you over 460 rooms and 10 levels.
The calculator watch makes a mathemagical comeback with Vestal’s Calcutron; with a chiseled stainless steel case and steel expansion band, it’ll let you geek in style.
This latest trailer for Knowing (w/Nicholas Cage) reveals a bit more of the plot; looks like things are going to get apocalyptic, with a little M. Night Shyamalan-style suspense mixed in.
Get your racing helmets ready: the windshield-less McLaren SLR Stirling Moss will debut in Detroit, with a top speed of 217mph, a 650hp 5.5L V8 and retractable air brake.
Sure, you say you’re buying Porsche Design’s sled for the kids, but with an aluminum frame, stainless steel runners, faux leather seat and “Porsche” stamped on top… stop kidding yourself.
Google Earth’s latest update for New York City looks darn near photorealistic; we seriously had to do a doubletake, especially compared to earlier versions of the Big Apple.
Travelers need to be prepared nowadays, and the Zuca Pro fits the bill: with 4″ PU wheels, an aluminum frame, removable pouches and a built-in seat, it’s a miracle it’s still a carry-on.
Nano, eat your heart out: Samsung’s Korea-only Yepp P3 sports a 3.0″ haptic touchscreen with 4, 8 and 16GB flavors; it also includes Bluetooth, an FM tuner and a built-in speaker.
The winner of 2008′s Good Design Award, the Vandenbrink GTO is a Dutch creation with gorgeous Italian lines and the soul of an American musclecar; it’s got 750hp under the hood.
From the creators of Star Wreck, Iron Sky (currently in pre-production) has a deliciously b-movie style plot: Space Nazis from the far side of the moon invade the Earth in the year 2018.
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