One look at the brontosaurus packing a cannon on its back and we were hooked: Dinowaurs is a multiplayer artillery-based shooter with upgradable weapons and even dino clothing.
Short for Tetris and arm wrestling, “Tresling” slightly mans up the classic puzzler; movement is accomplished by overpowering your opponent while an extra button rotates pieces.
The Physics of Superheroes author and professor James Kakalios explains the science behind Watchmen’s Dr. Manhattan above; it’s “not strictly correct… but cool nonetheless.”
Sony recently showed off portable fuel cells which charge devices via a USB port; it’s a hybrid system that uses a methanol fuel cell with Li-ion battery for storage and backup power.
Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood is a prequel to the original CoJ; coming summer ’09 to PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, it’s a Wild West shooter set in the 1800s where you play two outlaw brothers.
We honestly don’t know what the heck is going on in this Taper Matter tee, but anything with anthrophomorphic cassettes and a giant disembodied mouth works fine for us.
Based on Runaway Brain, an Academy Award nominated short released in 1995, this giant 12″ statue shows Mickey in a crazed state due to a brain transfer by Dr. Frankenollie.
It’s not as slick as Mat Brady’s concept, but LG’s Versa is the first cellphone with a detachable keyboard; it’s coming to Verizon 3/1 and includes a 3″ touchscreen and 2MP camera.
From collecting the morning dew in human skulls to using med-packs to heal zombie bites, The Onion tackles the difficult issue of preparing our kids for a post apocalyptic future.
The classic wayfarer design gets a sleek and modern update with these Frameless Wayfarers, exclusive to UO and dirt cheap; they feature mirrored lenses and metallic hardware.
We’ve always wondered what happened to the clumsy ninjas; this Ninja Toon tee by Spain-based dobodob explains everything: they apparently hack themselves into oblivion.
Olympus’ 12.3MP E-620 is the smallest DSLR with image stabilization, weighing in at just 18.9 oz; it also features a 2.7″ tilt/swivel LCD, autofocus live view, and multiple aspect ratios.
We’re jealous on way too many levels here: Sports Illustrated Swimsuit models pile into three Nissan 370zs in Las Vegas and then proceed to do donuts in a Luxor parking lot.
Romain Jerome’s latest Titanic-inspired watch is the T-oxy III Skeleton chronograph, so named for its bare-it-all aesthetic and tourbillon; the bezel is made from Titanic’s steel.
Katsuhiro Otomo’s legendary anime film is finally going 1080p HD: Akira is now available in Blu-ray and includes English and Japanese audio in Dolby TrueHD plus subtitles.
Baracuta’s G9 jacket gets a modern update thanks to a Kent & Curwen collab; cotton is swapped out for perfed leather, although the classic Fraser tartan plaid lining remains.
His outbursts have knocked him a few rungs down the cool ladder, but Mel Gibson is finger lickin’ funny with The Colonel, a KFC meets The Patriot short produced with Jimmy Kimmel.
The bastard child of a Batmobile, a submarine and an F1 racer, the Tramontana R makes up for its funky looks with a twin-charged 5.5L V12 that gets 760hp and 811 lb-ft of torque.
This awesome trailer for Dante’s Inferno makes us wonder why more games aren’t situated in Hell; it not only overflows with maggots and demons but a nearly divine art style.
Forget those cheapy knife-in-the-head Halloween gags–this Gaping Hole Costume uses a digital camera and a DVD player strapped to your stomach to simulate a very bad ulcer.
It’s not quite R2D2′s holographic projector, but The Astonishing Tribe’s 3D Eyetracking UI uses active eyetracking and the cellphone’s orientation to simulate depth in real time.
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