Here’s a look at some imaginative sand sculptures from around the world. Why is it that the ones we make with our plastic buckets and sticks at the beach never look like these when we are finished?
Apple fanboy Gary Katz built this teensy little recreation of an Apple Store inside a shoebox. A nice touch is the mini Genius Bar video screen and illuminated Apple logo made from two iPhones.
This UK indie tells the tale of two criminals who kidnap a young woman named Alice Creed. But things don’t always work out as planned, and Alice turns the tables on her captors. Opens August 6.
This Android-based media player from Archos has a 7-inch touch screen, and is great for movies on the go. The expandable 8GB handheld can also surf the web, and read e-mail over its Wi-Fi connection.
This Hong Kong architect managed to cram 24 different living spaces into his 344 square foot apartment through a clever system of moving walls. There’s even a home theater.
These handmade iRetrofone docks are sculpted and cast one at a time from resin, are compatible with all iPhone models and let you charge your phone with your own USB cable. Love that handset.
The exotic Lucra two-seater is sure to draw stares as it zips down the road. The LC470-S rocks a 400bhp 5.7-liter V8, but why not go for the SC with its 630bhp, 7.0-liter and roll bars for racing?
In this new Mythbusters-esque show on Spike, professional stuntmen and scientists risk their lives to replicate accidents to try and figure out what actually happened. The pilot airs Tuesday 4/27.