Nokia’s 6260 Slide has finally been revealed; it’s targeted towards the mass market and the first S40 phone with GPS. Also included: a 5MP Carl Zeiss camera and 3G/HSDPA speeds.
The ClarionMiND is basically a carputer: on one hand, it’s got an Atom CPU, 4GB SSD, video-playback and built-in Firefox; it also has GPS navigation via its 4.8″ touchscreen.
It’s not quite a Star Destroyer, but the USS Shiloh is the backdrop for the Star Wars fan film above. The sailors really go to town with light sabers and a “Haduken!” thrown in for good measure.
With two oversized buckles, metal grommets and welting everywhere, these Osiris Bronx high tops are made to be seen; they’re comfortably padded with good ankle support.
A wallet for the 21st century, this sleek Aluminum Wallet has accordion-style pockets that can hold up to 10 cards. We also appreciate rounded corners, which minimize jabbing.
Megalomaniacs can get their game on with Mastermind: the game lets you put your nefarious plans to work with minions and a secret base; too bad it’s not hidden within a volcano.
Plasmic Bricks is a jaw-dropping collection of sculptures by Bryce McGlone, whose biomechanical creations push the limits LEGO art; his most recent piece is based on Giger’s Li II.
Tower Defense fanatics should check out this trailer for Defense Grid: The Awakening; it’s a bit pricey at $20 but if the game is as addictive as it is gorgeous, it will be worth every cent.
Created by Josh Rubin of CoolHunting.com and his father, Freehands feature flip-back finger tips that let you use your iPhone without having to remove your gloves; they’re shipping now.
Recently making its North American debut at SEMA, the 2009 Audi Q5′s feature list is promising: a 2.0L TFSI with a 7-speed shifter, hatchback-style rear access, and sliding rear seats.
ListenToAMovie.com is a godsend for office workers; as the name implies, it lets you listen to complete movies for free. Many of them are fairly recent, including Transformers and Borat.
If you can forgive its bulkiness, AT&T’s Quickfire has a lot to offer: this chat-friendly phone features a 2.8″ capacitive touchscreen display, QWERTY keyboard, HSDPA and GPS.
Taking dog tags literally, this Wolf Pack tee by Wild Stallions is just a simple, badass tee that’s perfect for anyone serving in the armed forces. Note the gel-printed highlights.
We never would have thought the stoplight needed a makeover, but Art Lebedev’s Luxofor concept makes sense: square lights use space more efficiently and are more noticeable.
Manga doesn’t get much more original than Astro Boy, so we’re excited to see this teaser for the upcoming CG film due out in 2009. It’s made by the same studio that’s doing Gatchaman.
AntWorks is the ultimate ant farm: filled with a NASA gel, ants will tunnel and eat through it; once they’ve gone to ant heaven, pour a special resin to create a one-of-a-kind sculpture.
It’s a bit lacking in action, but this trailer for Batman: Arkham Asylum does a good job at showing off the game’s creepy environments; it doesn’t get much funkier than a mental hospital.
Damien Hirst’s art usually requires an 8 figure salary, but these Levi’s jeans are relatively affordable at $240; they come with Hirst buttons on the fly and skull embroidery on the back.
Seen at SEMA to promote next year’s clean emission Grand Prix, Brammo’s Enertia is an electric motorcycle with a range of 45 miles, making this ideal for workplace commutes.
DesktopReview.com is gushing over Dell’s Core i7 Studio XPS; it’s the cheapest Nehalem desktop thus far, coming in at under $1k even with 4GB RAM and an ATI Radeon HD 3450.
Ice Age’s prehistoric squirrel has been an essential staple of the series’ trailers, but we think he’s finally met his match in a lady squirrel. All we can say is, we feel for you bigtime, fella.
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