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The Blackberry Bold is officially coming to AT&T 10/27 according to sources via BGR. Although it won’t have a touchscreen like the Storm, it’ll get 3G, internal GPS and Wi-Fi.
We’ll scale back our Zombie posts once Halloween passes, but until then: this Zombie Day at the Mall tee is a perfect match for Dawn of the Dead, with “You Are Screwed” smack in the middle.
Your friends may laugh at you, but Focus Designs’ Self-Balancing Unicycle is like a Segway with one wheel; it takes about two hours to learn and is light enough to carry around.
Atari ST, Amiga and C64 gamers should fondly remember Carrier Command; a new version is finally on the way and should arrive in 2009. Scope the teaser above for some juicy visuals.
Gunnar Optics’ i-AMP glasses are designed for heavy duty computer users; they promise to reduce eyestrain through a unique combo of lens materials, tints, coatings and geometry.
There’s nothing like a Darth Vader bowling ball rolling down your lane to force push those pins into submission; made by Vis-a-Ball, there are other notables like Yoda and Boba Fett.
Nvidia’s CS4-friendly Quadro CX features parallel processing abilities, a 1.5GB frame buffer and 76.8GBps of bandwidth; it can also support dual displays of up to 2560×1600 pixels.
Although official plans for a US release are murky, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days should please Nintendo DS fans. It focuses on Roxas between Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts II.
Resembling the previously featured Typewriter Sculptures but more fluidly shaped, U-Ram Choe’s sculptures are based on biological structures; they’re made from metal and electronics.
Mixing satellite radio with a bit of TiVo-like tech, the Pioneer XMp3 is a portable satellite radio that’ll record up to five stations simultaneously; it also has a 30-min buffer for rewind.
R2D2, eat your heart out: Thingamagoops are mini synthesizers that change frequency and pitch based on ambient lighting; in short, they’ll beep and blink up a storm.
Available as of today, these OriginalFake x Nike Air Max sneakers keep the branding to a minimum with KAWS signature Xs; you can pick them up at Nike Sportswear in NY and LA.
This video for Call of Duty: World at War faintly echoes Killzone 2, albeit with over-acted and corny phrases no one would ever shout over multiplayer; thank god it’s action packed.
While most graphic apparel is fixated on the chest, Usugrow’s Sword Hoodie comes from behind with a badass skull; our favorite part is the way the swords wrap around to the front.
Forget those wimpy winnebagos: Action Mobil’s Globecruiser literally has MAN stamped on the grille with 3 axles, air suspension in the rear and permanent all wheel drive.
Hurting over the lack of a Blu-ray drive on those new MacBooks? AMEX’s Blu-ray Super Multi Drive has your back; the portable unit will even do Blu-ray recording for an extra Benjamin.
Wooden Path reminds us of those sliding image puzzles we played with as a kid. It can be a bit frustrating, but the zen-like burbling water kept us from punching our monitor.
Zombie Tools gets you kitted out for the inevitable zombie apocalypse with actual swords, including the Urban Bone Machete, the Two-Faced Bitch, and our favorite: the Two Handed Apocalax.
The paint on the PSP-3000 isn’t even dry but Tai Chiem has offered this compelling concept for the PSP2: it’s got a flexible OLED screen, two joysticks and stereo speakers on the ends.
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