Jim and the gang over at gaming blog Rock, Paper, Shotgun have a new eponymous t-shirt; even if you’re not a reader, you’ll like their 21st century version of rock, paper, scissors.
None of us here own a motorcycle, but that’s not stopping us from craving this limited edition Gundam Helmet; it’s stenciled with goofy Engrish, but still looks mighty sweet in gold.
It’s only being sold in Asia, but we think Ford needs to bring this Ford Ranger Max to the USA yesterday: the power-dome hood and flared fenders put our stateside version to shame.
Weather tough economic times and simultaneously enjoy some good ol’ coin-op nostalgia with these Arcade Piggy Banks; they’re available in either Tetris or Breakout versions.
Speech bubbles that follow people? The ability to turn your friends into puppets? Adobe’s Dan Goldman shows off some amazing new tricks that let you dynamically interact with videos.
Perfect for desk jockeys, My Robot Calculator not only does arithmetic but sports two clamps for hands that hold pens and knick knacks; he also has a magnetic back for paperclips.
Gamers looking for Black Friday deals should visit Amazon; they’re knocking up to 50% off new games, including Far Cry 2 ($38), Fallout 3 ($30), and Call of Duty: WaW ($50).
Jeff Sheldon’s popular Circular Reasoning t-shirt is getting a reprint and is also on sale: it’s printed with sharp, high contrast graphics that are part iconography and part circuit diagram.
More machinima craziness with this Wasteland Dancin’ video for Fallout 3; it uses the “Umpa” mod which basically puts everyone from Mr. Burke to the Enclave in a groovin’ mood.
After bemoaning the lack of a hidden volcanic base in Mastermind, lo and behold we stumbled across an actual LEGO Volcano Base, complete with laser cannon and lava pit of death.
While we’ve never heard of Camilo Pardo, anytime they drop 900 ponies into a Ford GT we’re gonna take notice; screw 0-60 times, this monster goes 0-200 mph in under 19 seconds.
Available both vertically and horizontally, we dig the minimalist urban stylings of Rivet’s leather bags; they’re made with Argentine leather and use the company’s Rivet metal fittings.
Nerdgasm alert: there will never be any final word on the great Star Trek vs. Star Wars debate, but the hilarious video above is one of the best we’ve seen (with a twist at the end).
We’ve been using BFAds.net every Black Friday for the past few years; launched in 2002, their current site wins points for hosting ad scans, listing online deals and showing new activity.
It’s a bit pricey, but Fujitsu’s 12.1″ Lifebook P8020 is attractive to business users: it’s fairly lightweight yet still packs an optical drive, runs very cool and has a bright and vibrant screen.
Robot Santa’s cousin Evil Santa could care less whether you’ve been naughty or nice: St. Nick is kicking ass and taking names in this wicked black tee by A Day To Remember.
We don’t understand a lick of Japanese, but that doesn’t make this trailer for Yakuza 3 any less cool: it’s a shame that the previous game flopped in the states, as this one will be Japan-only.
We previewed the 2010 Mazda3 sedan here, but we think the second-gen’s lines (and yes, that ridiculous grin) suit the hatchback better; it’ll premiere on 12/3 at the Bologna Auto Show.
Designed for hardcore Guitar Hero and Rock Band players, Astro Gaming’s Roadie Bag can hold up to two controllers; their Mission Bag can carry a PS3, Xbox 360 or Wii.
Its squat design recalls the last gen Nano, but Motorola’s Hint QA30 is their first QWERTY cellphone: it’s a dedicated messaging phone, with one-touch SMS, email and IM.
Futurama’s “A Tale of Two Santas” is one of our favorite episodes, so we’re itching to get our mitts on this two-fer, which includes both the bad and the ugly: Robot Santa and Santa Bender.
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