Nixon’s Spencer Watch is a minimalist work of art, tastefully blending analog and digital in a 100m stainless steel case and band; it also sports a triple gasket enamel filled crown.
Daimler Trucks’ Innovation Truck saves fuel with a wicked aero kit, a BlueTec diesel powerplant, air bladders that lower ride height and wireless tire pressure monitors.
Brooklyn-based Bowoo creates high quality, stylish guitar bags with limited runs of 20 to 25; currently available is their Standard, which handles classical up to 000 size acoustics.
No, we’re not talking about a crazy ex here: Scary Girl is fantastic looking game based on Australian Nathan Jurevicius’ artwork; it’s a trippy blend of platforming, fighting, and puzzles.
Pearl Jam’s legendary debut album is getting a re-issue with the Ten Collector’s Edition; it includes a a remastered CD, a remixed CD, a music video DVD, 4 LPs and a cassette.
Thus far limited to Baltimore, Sprint’s 4G (WiMAX) services will be expanding to 10 cities in 2009 and 5 more in 2010; their U300 USB modem lets you use 3G in non-4G areas.
OBEY pitches its hat into the legendary Wayfarer ring with their Cool Mother F-er sunglasses which come with a logo and laser etch artwork; choose from brown or violet.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2′s teaser is funky, yet awesome: it ditches visuals for cryptic soundwaves that soon morph into something much more sinister and ominous.
Crash Test is Glennz’ latest tee is thanks to his new crowd-selected Vote page: momentum can be a terrible thing, especially if your head is attached to your body with plastic.
We thought the original Tesla video was smoking, but ArcAttack’s own rendition of the Legend of Zelda theme with twin Tesla towers ups the ante with HD video goodness.
Battery chargers don’t inspire oohs and ahhs, but La Crosse’s Battery Charger features helpful LCD displays that shows current, time elapsed, voltage and accumulated capacity.
Tesla’s long-awaited all-electric Model S sedan is official, and it’s a looker: 300 mile range, 45 min. QuickCharge, 0-60 in 5.6s, a 17″ touchscreen and seating for 7, all for under $50k.
HP’s new Pavilion m9600 series provides Core i7 power for under $1,000; the base model includes 4GB RAM, a 500GB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GS and DVD burner.
The S260 is more powerful, but Sector111′s Lotus Exige comes close with 240+ hp, upgraded brakes and nearly all-carbon fiber bits that turn it into a track-ready, flat-bottomed supercar.
Filled with flying ninja scrolls and more enemies than you can shake a shuriken at, this debut trailer for Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 rocks; the ginormous Buddha at the end totally pwns.
Nubeo and Kobe Bryant team up for the Black Mamba watch, whose DLC-treated case is the most complex ever with 131 pieces; it also packs a Valjoux 7750 calibre and 36 part bezel.
For better or worse, Twitter has hit the mainstream; Current TV’s Twouble with Twitters tackles tweeters as tactless twits, only to be totally terrorized by the Fail Whale. Thanks, Scott!
Better late than never: T-Mobile joins the mobile broadband party with their USB webConnect laptop stick, a 3G modem which also connects to EDGE and T-Mo’s Wi-Fi hotspots.
Too bad it’s only available in Japan: Sneaker Tokyo is a treasure trove of info on the past, present and future of Tokyo sneaker culture; it’s packed with interviews, images and previews.
Carl Zeiss’ Cinemizer is the first pair of video glasses to be officially approved by Apple for use with the iPod or iPhone; it’s the equivalent of viewing a 45″ screen from six feet away.
Based on an award-winning 1963 children’s book, this first trailer has us cautiously optimistic about the cinematic version of Where The Wild Things Are; it hits theaters October 16.
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