Followers of Steve, let the buying frenzy commence: MacHeist nanoBundle 2 provides $260 worth of apps (including Monkey Island) for $20, with 25% going to the charity of your choice.
Missed out on WETA’s 1:1 scale District 9 Arc Generator? This full-size, prawn-friendly Gas Projector gun is also an exact replica from the movie; it’s limited to 200 and made from fiberglass.
Lean and mean, ABT’s R8 GT-R not only sheds 100 kg thanks to a carbon fiber hood, wing, door panels, and steering wheel, but boosts the 5.2L FSI to 620 hp, good for a 0-62 of 3.2s.
Eddie King may be the fugliest Leia we’ve ever seen, but he and Tyler Marshall’s mashup of Ke$ha’s “Tik Tok” will have Star Wars and Star Trek fans blowin’ their speakers up.
Listen with your ears and eyes with Brian Garret’s 3D Printed Headphones; they’re made-to-order cans created for his graduation project in conjunction with Freedom of Creation.
Guaranteed to leave dogs (and their owners) with wagging tails, Pedigree: Catch shows dogs catching treats in super-slow motion; it was shot using a Phantom camera at 1,000 fps.
Larger turbos and intercoolers along with ECU tweaks send the Porsche 997 over the edge with speedART’s BTR-II 650 EVO; it goes 0-62 in 3.2s thanks to 641 hp/479 lb-ft of torque.
This NVIDIA Doc for Just Cause 2 shows that the devil is really in the details (at least for PC players): it discusses advanced graphic effects including bokeh, soft shadows, and stereovision.
Turtle Beach’s Ear Force PX21 Headset gives gamers a leg ear up by letting you hear and control chat and game sound simultaneously; it’ll work with PS3s, Xbox 360s, and PCs.
Mike Winkelmann describes Instrumental Video Nine as simple machines working together to create music, but it’s anything but; we for one welcome our musical robot overlords.
Paul Rodriguez’s conspicuously colored Skate Pack hauls both your deck and your digital doohickeys; it includes a skateboard attachment, padded notebook slot, and iPod pocket.
Steampunk technology may seem full of hot air, but it’s actually filled with something else: this Aether Monitor (available in brass or silver) will keep your Airship (and your fantasies) afloat.
It’s been awhile since Metroid: Other M’s first trailer, but we’re happy to glimpse Samus even if she’s a bit emo in this Nintendo Summit Cinematic trailer; it’s due out in NA 6/27/10.
Unlike their pricey axes, Gibson’s App for the iPhone and iPod Touch is totally free; like their guitars, it’s a high quality app with tuner, metronome, 30 chord charts, and lessons.
SureFire’s EP-3 Sonic Defenders are no mere earplugs; they actively guard your ears, allowing normal conversation and sounds to pass but blocking any noise that exceeds 80 db.
HISHE.com gives us a taste of how Star Trek should have ended; if fans thought the lens flares were a bit on the bright side, just wait until they see what happens on the dark side.
Available 4/20/10, Nintendo Magic should be required reading for both fanboys and business majors; it focuses on Nintendo’s surprisingly successful 2006 comeback thanks to the Wii.
Touchscreens get a touch outdated with Chris Harrison’s Skinput, which turns your arm and hands into an input surface; a bio acoustic armband detects pinches, taps, and scrolling.
Nike’s Mercurial Vapor SuperFly II is designed for greater speed and less slippage on the field; it features Flywire tech, an adaptive stud, directional blades, and a carbon composite chassis.
Sneak a peek at Halo: Reach’s Alpha multiplayer above while getting the drop on the multiplayer beta; the latter will be available on Xbox LIVE 5/3/2010 to owners of Halo 3: ODST.
If the 414E left you feeling green with envy, Lotus’ Evora Carbon gets back to basics with a carbon fiber roof, diffuser, splitter; even the interior sports CF panels paired with alcantara.
OK Go’s “This Too Shall Pass” literally shows that all your pieces will fall into place in the video above; it’s a two story warehouse converted into a Rube Goldberg machine. Thanks, everyone!
Perfect for luchadores on a budget, this Mexican Thumb Wrestling t-shirt is a pinky-sized version of the gripping struggle between TÃ©cnicos and Rudos; mÃ¡scaras pequeÃ±as not included.
A crosswalk sign goes on a walk of its own in Tokyo/Glow: the rotoscoped/composited short film features a suit with high voltage LED rope lights and a translucent nylon outer shell.
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