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S. Hafsteinsson’s tongue-in-cheek Star Wars halftone art mixes old photos of Iceland with storm troopers, Nebulon-Bs and AT-ATs; check out Reykjavik Invasion and Troopa De Elite.
This launch trailer for Tom Clancy’s End War beautifully blends cinematics and gameplay; it even shows tomorrow’s US presidential elections in a way that sends chills down our spine.
Multifunction gadgets always score major geek points for us; this combination carabiner is no exception, with an LED flashlight, robust alloy case and water-resistant watch.
Okay, so we cheated to get the video above, but it doesn’t make Storm the House 3 any less fun: defend against endless waves of enemies using everything from missiles to space lasers.
If you crave flashy, over-the top watches, Flud’s retro-styled Boombox Watch is your ticket to bling, with a flashy silver or gun metal case, a classic red LED display and push buttons aplenty.
The Legend of Zelda and Philosophy is perhaps a bit too deep, with questions about Link’s free will and Hyrulean society; it’s perfect for those who prefer pondering over pillaging.
Chicago-based web dev and journalist Adrian Holovaty is also a skilled guitarist; check out this awesome gypsy jazz video with him playing the Super Mario Bros. 2 theme. Thanks, Jerry!
Tired of crappy beer? Surly Beer not only redresses your grievances but is brash enough to serve premium beer in a can; it’s pretty good stuff, but too bad it’s only served in Minnesota.
Like their Eee notebooks and PCs, Asus’ Atom powered Eee Top is not a powerful system. However, its clean, all-in-one form factor and touchscreen LCD make it an ideal second PC.
We have to admit we’re mostly smitten by the Pro-Idee MP3 Radio/Alarm’s looks; it’s got a swanky analog meets modern style, with chrome buttons, a usb port and SD/MMC card slot.
Even superheroes have to do their laundry sometimes; apparently our favorite Superdude couldn’t afford a drying machine, although a leap over tall buildings should do the trick.
There are RVs and then there’s the Nike 6.0 ill Mobile Truck; this skate ramp on wheels comes with a BBQ and camper shell; it’s also armor plated and based off an Adam Haynes design.
Usurping bullets entirely, Grey Matter instead relies on you ramming a black dot into enemies; chaining three kills in a row nets a “Trinity Attack,” which wipes out all onscreen enemies.
Despite its flippant name, Sake2Me is steeped in tradition, made from premium grade rice and water with a 200 year-old brewer; it’s a light drink with a low 7% alcohol content.
Clad in black, varsity red and white, this Zoom LeBron VI is the cleanest to date, with just a nylon mesh and “LeBron James” spelled out on the heel; it’s also Nike’s lightest at 14.5 oz.
Da Vinci Code fans should check out this teaser for Angels & Demons, which follows Tom Hanks to the vatican; it blends the Illuminati, a Papal Conclave for a new pope and stolen antimatter.
Weak wireless no more: Ubiquiti Networks’ Bullet gives wi-fi capabilities to any antenna; it packs 1000mW of power, an Atheros processor, 16 Mb SDRAM and 4 MB of Flash memory.
Designed to be used as temporary disaster shelters, these Folded Bamboo Houses by Ming Tang have an origami-like shape that makes them both structurally sound and modular.
William Kang’s 9999 Boom Box concept is updated for the 21st century; not only does it have a design that Apple would be proud of, but it sports both video and mp3 players.
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