If you ever thought about sitting in your vehicle in the middle of a tornado warning, you might want to think again after you watch this video, captured by an amateur videographer in Russia.
We had no idea how Inception’s James Bond meets The Matrix storyline would play out with puppets, but somehow it does. Bonus points for working in the “Matt Damon” line.
The uncluttered Newton Digital Watch from Nixon has a digital day-date display with light, 30M water resistance, molded polycarbonate case, silicone strap and patented locking looper and buckle.
We can’t think of a better way to decorate if you’re into retro games. Each set of vinyl Asteroids graphics has 65 pieces you can rearrange into your favorite rock-smashing patterns.
New Wave performer Gary Numan conducts an orchestra of car horns playing his classic hit Cars, all powered by a single DieHard battery. Corporate America, this is how to make a viral commercial.
Popular Mechanics crosses over to the digital side and succeeds. Their interactive magazine for the iPad is off to a stellar start – as of this writing, it’s rated 4.5 stars overall from 103 ratings.
A one of a kind brand with a one of a kind product, AIAIAI’s Swirl earphones were designed to be practical and comfortable, with tangle-resistant cables and buds that hang over the ear.
Go figure how well Back To The Future works when set to Ke$ha’s annoyingly catchy Tik Tok. We’re not sure that Mick Jagger looks too much like Doc Brown though. At least not yet.
Proof that working in prank shows can be very dangerous. The man running on the left was just pretending to be a thief, but the concerned citizen on the right didn’t know that, did he?
Ahoy! Fresh off the boat from Barcelona, Spain, these cool timepieces are covered with one or many pirate skulls on their stainless steel cases, and adorned with shiny silver leather bands.
The World Cup may be over, but the battle for virtual soccer supremacy rages on between EA and Konami. The latter’s PES 2011 promises revamped controls, AI behavior, animation and tactics.
The Marussia is Russia’s first sports car. Featuring dramatic industrial design, the B1 offers up an ample, if not Earth-shattering 300-hp 3.5-liter V6, and can do 0-to-60 in less than 5 seconds.
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