Meet Rocky Salemmo. Fast-talking, quick-witted and a bowling hustler. For him, bowling is “a way to make a living without making a living.” A quirky short film by Sean Dunne. (Language NSFW).
Every time we see the points-for-creative-kills system in Bulletstorm, we get more excited about it. Here, creator/game-god Clliffy B. walks us through the shooter in more depth than ever.
The latest in Audi’s zippy, stylish R8 line, the Spyder 4.2 FSI Quattro offers a sporty drop-top. The 430-hp V-8 cranks out 0-to-60 speeds in just under 4.8 seconds, and a top speed of 185 mph.
These sleek modern ‘phones from TV juggernaut Vizio stream wireless 5.1 surround sound from your own system or Vizio’s home theater soundbar. Active noise cancellation too. Coming soon at $299.
NSFW. We don’t subscribe to stereotypes – we believe we’re all unique. For example, some people love to pop their collars, or wear two Bluetooth headsets at once. And then there’s cool people.
One of the new gameplay dynamics in Valve’s hotly-anticipated Portal sequel is these gigantic pneumatic tubes, capable of sucking objects across rooms and sending them flying through the air.
Tires of the same old boring waffle shapes? The Lolly Waffle maker makes 4 golden, delicious freshly baked waffles on a stick in about a minute. Only costs a grand. You’re welcome. (Thanks Gus!)
It Makes No Sense is a new blog that aims to threaten our sanity with the strangest of pictures. Take the pic above; if the banner doesn’t break your head, the fish will. (Link NSFW)
Weng Jie has designed an excellent camera strap that features thin solar films across the width of the strap to harness solar energy and charge your camera when out clicking away in the field.
The 2011 Kawasaki Ninja 400R will be released in Canada and features an 8-valve parallel-twin, 42 bhp, 27 lb/ft of torque, 2 petal front brake discs and a GP-style underslung exhaust.
The GoFlex Desk external hard drives have a maximum capacity of 3TB. The GoFlex interfaces (USB 2.0 included; USB 3.0 & FW 800 sold separately) add versatility to the drives.
i-tec has designed a concept 1100 lb off-road vehicle called the Maverick, which becomes airborne via a big carbon-fiber blade reverse-prop 128 hp engine and an ultra-light style airfoil.
This insane vehicle was made from PVC pipe, chicken wire, over 900 zip-ties, and a crap-ton of cardboard strapped to a pickup. Total cost: $450. Driving a cardboard tank down the road: priceless.
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