Gorgeously clad in an all-titanium case, Vogard’s Chronozoner has a rich mechanical design further accentuated by a rotating timezone bezel that is also daylight savings aware.
The technology isn’t perfect, but there’s just something awesome about wearing an augmented reality-generated Optimus Prime helmet; it uses your eyes as a point of reference.
Edo Competition’s tuned Ferrari California gets all the right engine tweaks yet still sports a fairly clean bodykit: a 40 hp bump pushes the 4.3L V8 to 500 hp, good for a 0-62 of 3.9s.
It’s slightly unnerving to see a teenager with a bazooka, but those hormones have gotta go somewhere: Destroy Build Somewhere comes to Cartoon Network this summer.
Oakley’s penchant for over-the-top names reaches its peak with their Impact Craters; still, these EVA foam cushioned, Unobtanium treaded sandals look as rugged as any we’ve seen.
Too bad it’s Japan-only, because we’d love to get our hands on this Lap Desk; it includes a built-in USB-powered laptop cooler, mousepad, cupholder and folds flat for storage.
Just one look at this Futuristic Movie Timeline and we realize that real-world 2009 is seriously lagging: we should have gone back to the future (twice) with robot cops and electric sheep.
If you’ve ever despaired over spotty Wi-Fi, Ekahu HeatMapper is a godsend: it’s a free PC app that lets you create a heatmap of the strength of your wireless signal around your home.
The Schwartz has been with us ever since Mel Brook’s Star Wars spoof, Spaceballs came out in 1987; it finally hits ludicrous speed with a 2-disc Blu-ray version in DTS-HD 5.1.
Like a touchscreen phone, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s AMVOX 2 Racing Chrono ditches its start/stop buttons; the carbon fiber chronographs are activated by pressing the domed sapphire crystal.
Ever wanted to relive Indiana Jones 3 or countless other WW2 epics? Ural’s T Sidecar Motorcycle does the job: it packs a 40hp 750cc engine and is the most affordable of Ural’s offerings.
A crazy mix of brains and brawn, Chessboxing is an actual sport where you alternate between 4-minute chess rounds and 3-minute boxing rounds; checkmate and K.O., anyone?
Logitech’s M555b is a Bluetooth enabled mouse for notebook users; it features 5 buttons, a 1000 DPI laser sensor, an LED low-battery indicator and hyper-fast, single-spin scrolling.
Alex Beim puts 253 Bacardi bottles to good use and creates a massive Bottle Wall backlit by LEDs; it’s actually mobile and will be on display at summer festivals in and around Toronto.
Inspired by 30s/40s-era boots, Timberland Boot Company’s Fall/Winter 2009 collection is a gorgeous assemblage of Horween burnished leathers, heavy duty buckles and zippers.
If you’ve ever had to transport your bicycle in the rear seat of your car, the Chain Condom is a seat-saver: it slips over the drivetrain, protecting your car interior from grease.
Pinch yourself, Layar is real and now available for Android (iPhone 3GS soon); it uses your phone’s camera, GPS and compass to ID surroundings as an augmented reality browser.
Made for discerning yacht owners, this ultra-swank Erwin Sattler Tempus Mobile: it sports a gimbal suspension, silvered dial, bronze case, granite base and is of course water resistant.
Okay, so a calculator isn’t exactly cutting edge tech–but we’re liking Monroe’s 8125 for its blend of clean lines, 30% smaller packaging and chunky keys; think of it as porn for accountants.
Kind of like Pachinko in space (think pinball), Star Beacons tasks you with firing a series of balls down a gauntlet of obstacles; the teleport in the bottom “recycles” the ball.
Heralded as a service that will reinvent the web, Opera Unite is a cloud-based app that syncs files, music, photos, and chat, effectively turning your computer into a client and server.
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