Lara Croft’s latest adventure might be one of the better downloadable games of the year. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light comes out on XBLA on Aug 18, 2010; PC and PSN versions follow in Sept.
Can’t stand your laptop’s trackpad, but can’t bear to lug around a full-size mouse? This finger-friendly wireless pen-mouse is small enough to track on the spare surface area next to your trackpad.
A pair of specially made “interactive robotic elevator shoes” – more like metal platforms with strings – that can be controlled using an iPhone app. Inspector Gadget would be proud.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson hasn’t been the very selective with his scripts lately, but this return to tough-ass action form for the former pro-wrestler actually looks like it could be halfway decent.
The Botwins, er, The Newmans, are on the run after the chaos that ensues from Shane’s croquet mallet of justice. Here’s a 3-minute preview for Showtime’s smart, dark comedy. Premieres 8/16.
Loyal Firefox users – the Awesome Bar, your browsing history, bookmarks and even opened tabs can now follow you everywhere you go with Mozilla’s Firefox Home for the iPhone. Isn’t that magical?
File this one under the “one-trick-pony” category. There’s something just so wrong it’s right about this ridiculous Japanese invention that’s perfect for cooling a watermelon, or maybe a head.
From the looks of this baseball-playing primate from Japan, we’re pretty sure we know where the Cubs, Astros and Pirates have been filling their rosters from lately. Ouch. The truth hurts.
3D displays are everywhere these days. But Sony is showing off the next generation of 3-dimensional screens, providing 360-degree volumetric images that you can walk around and gesture control.
Geek Dad columnist Matt Blum set out to make a burger with a patty made only of bacon. 19 bacon slices, an egg, and some cutting, grinding and broiling later, the Bacon Burger was born.
A loopy, bizzare and trippy video of cows dancing, jumping, stretching, multiplying, turning to spiders… This is one of those videos that’s a lot more fun to watch when you’re wasted.
If you haven’t read Bryan Lee O’Malley’s fantastic comic yet, watch this video and get to know more about the characters of the upcoming geektastic movie Scott Pilgrim Vs.The World.
Paired with the Vika table legs, the Vika Veine is a versatile piece of furniture. It has cable outlets in the back, pockets, paper holders, and its felt insides can be used as a notice board.
Combining everyone from Boston to Cypress Hill to Beastie Boys to Daft Punk with a Beatles song sounds like a trainwreck, the Kleptones manage to make it all work in their mega-mashup video.
Designed for compact urban dwellings, Kirstin Laas + Norman Ebelt’s “Small Type” kitchen manages to cram storage, work surfaces, a sink, refrigerator, cooktop and oven all into a tiny, flexible island.
In her first live-action motion picture, Dora The Explorer provides her trademark multi-lingual explanation of the tangly, twisty, and downright confusing world of Christopher Nolan’s Inception.
We’re not sure if this is their answer to The Onion – a Taiwanese news outlet depicted Apple’s iPhone 4 antenna issues with the help of crazy CG animation. Yes, Steve Jobs is holding a lightsaber.
If you always loved the Street Fighter games, keep the game with you all the time with these SFIV sound effect keychains, complete with joystick and arcade buttons which let you pull off combo moves.