With a blingtastic design and price to match; V-MODA’s Vibe II Earbuds are made from stainless steel; they also feature fabric cables, gold-plated plugs, built-in mic and noise isolation.
EW has a first look at the redesigned Enterprise for J.J. Abrams’ upcoming Star Trek movie, and we like it; the biggest changes are to the secondary hull and warp nacelles.
After years of rooftop piloting, Snoopy’s dreams have finally come true: we’re rooting for the little guy, as he’s got his own WWI Flying Ace game with a 2010 release date.
Limited to 182, Wyler Geneve’s Dakar Rally chronograph commemorates the upcoming 2009 rally; it features an exotic tantulum suspension that shields the movement from shocks.
Those of us still waiting for a true Master of Orion successor should check out StarBaron; it’s a space-themed RTS that isn’t too complex, making it ideal for a lunch break romp.
Gibson’s Dark Fire is a swoonworthy Les Paul-style digital guitar with three pickups, Chameleon Tone tech, FireWire, Hex and MIDI out; it even self tunes 500x on a single charge.
Created for Saturn (think Best Buy for Germans), Evolution of Technology mixes robots and biology to explain survival of the fittest; apparently, we all evolve into hot, blue-skinned babes.
Prancing pony owners will need Vertu’s Ascent Ti Ferrari cellphone: made from titanium and the same leather used in Ferrari interiors, it even has F430 and 612 Scaglietti ringtones.
Joe Esposito crooning You’re The Best to a Street Fighter II gameplay montage just seems transcendent; we can only hope the Capcom gods deign to include this in-game one day.
Timberland’s Urban Rugged Street II low-rise boots combine a moccassin-like toe with two-toned work boot styling; we also like the insole’s arch support and grippy outsole.
Grammar had has never been our strong suit anyway: Grammar Crackers is guaranteed to drive syntax nazis crazy. It’s available in 23 colors with your choice of hoodie or tee.
Gamers are raving over these Tritton AX Pro Headphones, which sport eight (!) front, rear and subwoofer speakers, direct optical in and a USB connection for voice chat.
No, these actors haven’t gone mad: the desk lamp above is AUR, an MIT robot that uses a hybrid control system that lets it react to and interact with on-stage performers.
Art is in the eye of the beholder with these Dell Art House (Studio 15″/17″) laptops, but $20 goes to (PRODUCT) RED efforts; it features work from artists including Brooklyn’s Mike Ming.
It’ll confuse the hell out of mouthy toddlers, but Instructables has a DIY for Gummy LEGO Bricks; it teaches you everything from making the silicone mold to prepping the gelatin mix.
Honeycombed leather and chrome trim: no, it’s not a Maybach, but Mercedes-Benz’s Trust Edition Semi is designed to showcase the third-gen Actros platform and cause extreme trucker envy.
Monitter.com is an innovative Twitter monitor that lets you watch keyword-matched updates in your hometown; it’s a boon for disaster responders and amateur newshounds.
This video puts our office hoops game to shame: watch as several French kids put a Parkour twist on recycling cans, with amazing long-distance kicks and behind the back tosses.
Already ordered Wall-E? Get the whole shebang with the Pixar Ultimate Collection; Amazon has a 50% off deal which includes all eight remaining movies for only $110.
Recently awarded PopSci’s “Best Of What’s New ’08″, the Tonium Pacemaker lets DJs mix two songs on the go; it packs a 120GB hard drive and a touchpad for speed and pitch control.
Grizzled coot flies his house with a gazillion balloons, boyscout accidentally hitches along, hilarity ensues: that’s the plot of this new trailer for Disney & Pixar’s “up”-coming animated movie, Up.
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