T-Mobile’s 4th Android phone, the Behold II packs a 3.2″ AMOLED touch screen, 5 MP camera with autofocus, video recording, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, up to 16 GB and Samsung’s TouchWiz UI.
Last night’s Sunday Night Football fans were treated to a new Modern Warfare 2 trailer titled Infamy; if the screenshot above isn’t obvious, let’s just say this one hits very close to home.
Blending mid-century modern furniture (think Eames) with stereo equipment, Mikal Hameed’s art is a rare breed: it’s over the top, culturally relevant and acoustically awesome.
A collaboration between New York’s Todd James and France’s Sixpack, this General t-shirt is ideal for those with Napoleon complexes–just don’t march on Waterloo anytime soon.
The Good Men Project is an anthology of 31 essays about what it means to be a man today in America; nuanced yet covering a broad range, it’s available both in book and DVD form.
This 19″ Rocketeer Premium Format figure is a faithful ode to one of our favorite films; everything from the fabric costume to Beeman’s gum on his jetpack is meticulously detailed.
What do you do when you destroy your original car? You build a new one in less than 24 hours: this time-lapse shows the Patron Highcroft ALMS team building an Acura LMP1 racecar.
OtterBox’s new iPhone 3G/3GS Commuter Cases are rugged yet slip into your pocket; it’s thanks to shock absorbing silicone on the inside and smooth polycarbonate on the outside.
This debut trailer for The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom improves on the first with HD graphics, giant pies and hundreds of mustachioed paradoxes; it’ll be on XBLA Q1 2010.
Available 10/10 in NYC, Miami and LA, this Livestrong x Nike M65 Jacket is water resistant and can fold into one pocket thanks to no-weld seams; regular, no-collab jacket here.
Thanks to its recent tune-up, Hubble has unloaded a slew of new space pictures lately; Hubblecast shows how they use a freeware Photoshop plugin called FITS Liberator to process images.
This latest Arena Clip from Astro Boy isn’t quite as exciting as the Metro City clip, but it gives us a taste of robot-on-robot combat (Little Stinker FTW!); the movie hits theaters 10/23.
A carefully groomed mustache will not only impress the womenfolk but can dual wield in a pinch: this Handlebar Hold Up t-shirt is a mashup of whiskers and Smith & Wessons.
It’s similar to Dogfight, but Altitude mixes CoD 4-style perks, powerups and multiplayer capability for a surprisingly addictive game; play it in your browser or download to PC, Mac or Linux.
Despite its crossover dimensions, Subaru’s Hybrid Tourer goes way beyond soccer mom-mobile: a turbocharged Boxer engine, two electric motors, AWD, and freakin’ gullwing doors.
Yes, we have a man crush on Alton Brown; Good Eats: The Early Years packs 140 recipes and 1000+ pics from his Food Network TV show, known for its geeky approach to cooking.
A 21st century road flare, LiteFlares pack two high intensity LEDs with 1 mile visibility, a polycarbonate case that can be run over by a car, and lasts 400+ hours on two AA batteries.
These VALE sandals may be hard on your wallet, but they’re completely customized: they’ll use your footprints to create shoes that match your foot’s shape and contours. Thanks, Heng!
Grand Theft Auto’s grip on reality is tenuous at best, but GTA Precinct shows just how much of a revolving door for crooks Liberty City PD has become; hell, they give you gold stars.
We’ve seen some interesting custom rigs, but this Living Room case mod makes itself at home; just don’t “SATA” down on the chair as it has a New York Times paper and coke bottle.
Action videos literally jump out with Tachyon’s XC 3D: shock and waterproof, it packs two cameras into one helmet mountable unit for 3D recording and includes 3D glasses and software.
Written by EPSN.com’s Sports Guy (aka Bill Simmons), The Book of Basketball is funny yet controversial, with everything from the best team of all time to Hall of Fame debates.
Super Street Fighter IV won’t be out until Spring 2010, but here’s the launch trailer: it starts off artsy but thankfully unloads with plenty of gameplay and a new character named Juri.
David Buchwaldek’s man-powered Amphibian Velomobile looks semi-normal until it rolls into the lake: it’s a watergoing trike with hydraulic steering and electric assist. Thanks, Chris!
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