Platune claims its Sand-X is the world’s fastest offroad vehicle, and with a 0-100kph of 2.8 s, we won’t argue; it’s basically a hybrid ATV and snowmobile designed to carve up sand dunes.
Previously teased, Command & Conquer 4 gets…another teaser; it’s officially a debut trailer, yet despite catching a glimpse of our favorite bald NOD villain, we can’t wait to see more.
Worn in the 1940s by the French Foreign Legion and known for its sturdy rubber sole, Palladium Boots relaunches this summer with three styles (Baggy, Hi and Oxford) and updated finishes.
The trailer for Alice in Wonderland movie is up (more or less):it’s delightfully twisted in the way only Tim Burton can twist movies, made even better with Johnny Depp as the lead.
The Force is strong with Star Wars: In Concert; John Williams’ legendary music will be performed by a full orchestra and choir in front of a 3-story hi-def screen playing movie footage. Thanks, Evan!
Razer drops a two-fer with the Orochi and Kabuto; the former is a bluetooth gaming mouse with 4000 dpi laser sensor, while the latter is an ultra-thin 1.2 mm microfiber mousepad.
Directed by Shynola, the music video for Coldplay’s Strawberry Swing is some of the slickest stop motion we’ve ever seen–this despite being coated with chalk dust. Thanks, Travis!
Those of us who are aesthetically challenged have nothing on this Pixel Monsters and Freaks tee, available this week at teextile; there’s no argument here: these creatures are fug-ugly.
We’re drooling over the Japan-only Subaru Impreza WRX STI spec C; it gets grippier wheels, weight reductions, a tuned ECU, redesigned supercharger and tweaked suspension.
Getting that perfect angle is a challenge for shutterbugs, but the Monsterpod is a viscoelastic polymer-based camera tripod that can hang on over 1,000 surfaces–even upside down.
If you were wondering how Band Hero, Activision’s almost-Guitar Hero would work on the DS, wonder no more: it’ll get both drum and finger-grip guitar attachments and a vocal mode.
Travel need not be trite for educated tourists: The Geek Atlas is a guide to 128 brainy worldwide destinations, including Bletchley Park, Alan Turing’s Memorial and the Trinity Test Site.
It’s purely unscientific, but Nokia’s 3720 classic shows off its ruggedness in the video above; it’s whacked by golf clubs, submerged in beer, shot by a paintball gun and encased in jello.
Australian eyewear brand Colab’s 2009/2010 collection has begun trickling out to retailers; eclectic is the name of the game, with artists given complete freedom to design frames.
We’re all aware of Dragon Age’s bloodiness, but the dwarves seem particularly well-suited to maximizing sanguinity at every swing of the axe: it’s always a good day to bleed.
Maingear’s eX-L 18 laptop claims to be the world’s fastest, maxing out with a quad-core Intel X9300, 8 GB DDR3, dual GeForce GTX 280m’s, an 18.4″ LCD and custom laser etching.
Even a million bucks is beyond our comprehension, but WallStats and Mint.com try to put the trillion-dollar bailout in perspective above. The result: mind-numbing amounts of money.
Perfect for messy eaters, these retro-style placemats will let you dine in the company of turntables, cassette tapes, boom boxes and TV test patterns; each is laminated with transparent foil.
The Soliloquy Super Yacht is super green: powered by solar, wind and hybrid tech, the 190-foot, rigid-wing luxoboat boasts zero emissions and even uses gym equipment to charge batteries.
Teaser shots they may be, but tingled our Jedi senses are: Marc Ecko has revealed Star Wars watch renders which are being made in collaboration with Timex. Thanks, John!
Halo Legends is a direct-to-video, short story anime series (think Animatrix) with noteworthy roots: WB, Microsoft, as well as the directors for Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in the Shell and more.
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