Ben Sherman’s Canvas Messenger makes a casual, but sophisticated statement; it features a padded laptop area, magnetic snap front flap, two front pouches and rear zipper section.
French prankster RÃ©mi Gaillard (remember his Real Life Mario Kart) is back again with Real Life Pac Man; it’s disturbingly asinine a-la MTV’s Jackass, but we couldn’t help laughing anyway.
T-Mobile’s Sidekick LX launches 5/13: much needed improvements include 3G, a 3.2MP camera, a 3.2″ WVGA screen and a Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace support. No Wi-Fi, though.
We’ve lost track of all the Harry Potter: Half-Blood Prince trailers, but any true-blue Muggle would be remiss to skip this latest one: it’s inspiring, suspenseful and action-packed.
A shot across the MacBook’s bow, Acer’s Aspire 3935 apes the unibody with a brown brushed metal chassis, 13.3″ LED backlit display, chiclet keyboard and multi-touch trackpad.
Dark Maze Studios is nuts: they’re releasing a retro-packaged DVD on 4/24 of Rampage, a 23 year-old Turkish rip-off of Rambo with laughable sound effects and really bad hair.
The wailing sirens get a bit grating, but this teaser of Burnout: Paradise’s Cops & Robbers mode is otherwise a nice preview of the cars Paradise City’s finest will be using.
Orchard Street for Reebok’s Re-Up collection expands with these 1990s inspired sea-foam green trimmed kicks; all three sport the OS logo, asymmetrical laces and perfed leather.
It’s total viral bait, but we’ll bite: Samsung’s i8910 Omnia HD is up to some interesting tricks in the video above, where the phone disappears yet still records; add your own theories here.
Incase’s Skate Messenger Bag is uber-functional: you’ll get a waterproof stash pocket, skateboard attachment, U-Lock strap, bike pump tie down, hip pack, and room for up to a 17″ laptop.
Using nothing more than bacon and an air house, Theo Gray creates a thermic lance capable of cutting steel; it’s really about the oil, as he also uses cucumber and oil-coated breadsticks.
Thanks to Ain’t It Cool News, check out Playmates’ entire stash of Terminator: Salvation toys; everything from light-up T-600 skulls to John Connor figures will hit store shelves 4/19.
Those of you itching for some Final Fantasy XIII gameplay, your day has come: 20 minutes (Pt. 1, Pt. 2) from the demo; note that it’s slightly glitchy and the first 4 minutes is cinematic.
Part Winter Games and part disco, Bernard Wilhelm joins Mykita with these slick, aerodynamic aviators that feature lightweight sheet metal frames and mirrored UV blocking lenses.
Music knows no borders: this video is a mashup of thousands of entries to YouTube’s Internet Symphony, which will select 90 pro and amateur musicians to play at Carnegie Hall.
Diego Silverio’s Tetris Furniture concept doesn’t just resemble bricks from the classic puzzle game–the pieces have real functions, from doubling as storage to serving as a low-slung couch.
Now this is what we call circuit bending: the Speak n’ Spellbinder is a Rock Band guitar and Speak and Spell mashup that includes tone triggers, variable pitch and whammy bar.
A low-cost motion simulator for businesses, the Predator lets you pitch up to 350lb +/- 15 degrees and includes a racing seat, force feedback wheel and support for off the shelf PC games.
Resident Evil 5 is many things, but its Versus Mode is not a run-and-gun shooter, especially in multiplayer; this goofy real-life spoof makes its limitations painfully obvious.
We’d always wondered why the Empire’s AT-AT walkers seemed a bit arthritic: rubyred’s AT-AT Anatomy t-shirt gives us a rare glimpse at the bones inside the feared walker.
Styled after a rhinoceros beetle, Kabutom RX-03 is an 11 meter, 15 ton robot created by 60 year-old Takahashi-san; it can be piloted or remote controlled and can carry passengers.
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