Based on Nuklear Power’s Warbot comic about a terminally hopeless cubicle robot, this Explode tee looks awesome but is a depressing look at his equally depressing innards.
Raven Software’s long anticipated Wolfenstein finally hits store shelves 8/18/09; this launch trailer sums it up, with Nazis, monsters, magic, zeppelins and interdimensional gates.
Samsung’s 12.2 MP CL65 sounds more like an iPod than a digital camera: it packs Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, 720p video, and a 3.5″ touchscreen with gesture UI and on-screen QWERTY.
The winners of Design By Humans’ KISS t-shirt competition have been announced: DBH goes trendy with KISS ALIVE, while KISS itself stays traditional with All American Rock’N’Roll.
It’s hard to believe a 400 hp twin-turbo V8 could be eco-friendly, but BMW hopes to score green points with the ActiveHybrid X6; it cuts fuel consumption by 20% and CO2 by 231 g/km.
Assassin’s Creed II gets even better with this Power to the People trailer; alongside a new economic system, you’ll get to work with thieves and mercs, as well as Machiavelli and da Vinci.
Logitech’s MK700 Wireless Desktop sounds more like a bed than a keyboard, with concave keys that cradle fingers, a cushioned palm rest and sculpted mouse with 128-bit encryption.
Forget those sissy Post-Its, real men use Jumbo StickIt Pads which are 36x larger than normal and include 80 12″x12″ pages. Still not convinced? Listen to Vat19′s We Do It Jumbo Rap.
Spotted by Jalopnik, Wes Messick’s Radical Flyer is every boy at heart’s dream come true: it’s a giant eight passenger wagon by a 5.7L Chevy 350 small block. PS-drag race here.
Put The Matrix, Resident Evil and Stephen King’s The Stand into a blender, set for puree and you’ve got Legion: still, whatever your beliefs, the 5 min trailer above kicks serious ass.
They didn’t name it after Godzilla for nothing: LUM-TEC’s LUMzilla Watch is a monster with giant luminescent numerals, a giant 50mm 316L stainless steel case and sapphire crystal.
Above are the first gameplay screenshots for Command & Conquer 4; most noticeable is the Crawler, GDI’s multi-legged (and armed) mobile base and XP points for player progression.
Issued to Japanese police, the Doryu 2-16 Pistol Camera features a grip with trigger that gives new meaning to shooting pictures; it’s a 16 mm movie camera with Nikkor 25mm lens.
Calling all Choose Your Own Adventure fans: designer Michael Niggel mapped out all possible endings for one book, Journey Under the Sea; not surprisingly, most endings are bad.
Ideal for laptop users in need of extra screen real estate, the Mimo 740 Touchscreen is a 7″ 800×480 display that weighs 1.3 lbs, rotates between portrait and landscape, and runs on USB.
Finnish artist Markku Lahdesmaki’s art features a googly-eyed robot with a frightening resemblance to Futurama’s Bender; it’s still pretty cool, albeit pricy at 3-4 figures a piece.
Shot in only two days using a RED camera by Dan Gaud, Leap is a sci-fi short film about the perils of traveling between parallel worlds; it’s still incomplete but a trailer is above.
We know next to nothing about its riding dynamics, but Renovo Hardwood’s R4 Pursuit bicycle can survive on looks alone; it’s made with two CNC’d halves of wood, leaving a hollow core.
Awesome monster/robot graphics aside, these DigiDude Tripods are feature packed; they sport retractable and bendable legs, a convenient key ring and can easily fit in your pocket.
The Goliath Messenger Bag is a bicyclist’s dream; it features 2500 cu. inches of space, durable recycled rubber fabric shell, a padded shoulder system, tons of pockets and 6 reflective discs.
iGoogle, Google’s formerly plain-jane web portal page, has recently been revamped with social networking features including 19 social gadgets that you can share with friends.
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