Formerly only seen in renderings, the 2010 Devon GTX recently made its debut at Pebble Beach; it’s an American-born supercar with a 650 hp 8.4L V10 and carbon fiber body.
You know it’s a good when Apple rejects it for being tricky: Theory11 brings the magic to the iPhone and iPod Touch with Rising Card; it’s a new take on an old mind-reading card trick.
Tag Heuer’s race-inspired Carrera Caliber 5 is an austere two-toned black or brown affair; it features a central Clous de Paris guilloche pattern, luminescent markers and steel bracelet.
iRobot’s new Warrior 700 is actually a robot carrier: it’s able to stand on its treads and deliver a PackBot through windows, minimizing the need for humans to make risky sorties.
A parody of Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, Inglourious Plummers turns the Mario Bros saga into a gritty war epic–albeit with shells and fireballs instead of scalps and bullets.
Infiniti’s 2011 M is official:it’s at an evolutionary redesign of the outgoing model inspired by the Essence Concept and will come in two flavors: the 400 hp V8 M56 and V6 M37.
Lineaus Athletic Company’s footballs and punching bags may be pricey, but they’ll last forever; each is made with chrome tanned leather and double lock-stitched polyester thread.
Brand new tee brand Made With Awesome hits the ground running with Lunch Break; in between crushing humans and knocking down skyscrapers, even monsters need to eat lunch.
Super’s new Luciano sunglasses are polarizing, and we ain’t talking about the Zeiss lenses: each sports an ultra-angular, flat-topped wayfarer frame with 5-barrel metal stop hinge.
Operation Flashpoint 2 flashes its mechanical credentials with this Vehicles Trailer; it’s war porn on wheels (and wings), with attack helicopters, scout buggies, flak guns and more.
“Proof” that we’re screwed: mathematicians have created a model to deal with zombie attacks based on infections, with only one way to survive: kill ‘em all, and kill ‘em fast. View the PDF.
Designed for netbook and MP3 players, PowerTraveller’s minigorilla is a portable 9 oz. 9000 mAh battery with up to 6 hours of juice; included are 20 tips for netbooks plus an iPod adapter.
Shot by Sam Javanrouh with a Canon 5D Mark II, this 347 frame video of a Toronto lightning storm shows that it can strike twice–multiple times for the CN Tower in the middle.
Microsoft’s Zune HD is available for preorder at multiple stores including Microsoft and Amazon; it launches on 9/16/09 with 16/32 GB flavors, a 3.3″ multi-touch OLED screen and Wi-Fi.
Running nearly 5 minutes, this Stargate Universe featurette gives us a decent sneak peek into the latest addition to the SG franchise; the season premier is Friday, 10/2/09 on SyFy.
Sneaker Freaker has a complete look at G-Shock’s 2009 line of watches; included is the G-Aviation for pilots, fashion-oriented DW6900 series and G7900 for search and rescue teams.
Being a superhero without superpowers ain’t all bad: this Gadgets trailer for Batman: Arkham Asylum shows off his favorite toys, including the batarang, grapnel gun and explosive gel.
From the same guy who made the Sorapot, Joey Roth’s Ceramic Speakers are made with acoustically dead porcelain and sit on cork and plywood with 4″ drivers and a T-class amp.
CollegeHumor takes US Army’s marketing efforts to task with Condescending Army Commercial; cross disciplinary skills = good; owing every single skill to the Army = good grief.
Serum Footwear’s modern profiles hide its old-school roots: each shoe is handmade in limited editions with traditional methods over 150 distinct work stages by Finnish designer PK.
This Nano Air Vehicle is no toy; it’s a mini spybot that can hover and is the first of its size with its own power supply; it’ll eventually be used to snap stealthy pics and relay GPS data.
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