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The neatest thing since sliced bread? British artist Lennie Payne converts tasty carbs into intriguing toast art by blow torching, scraping to achieve different shades, lacquering and soaking in resin.
Next time you go out to see a 3D movie, don’t look like a dweeb with those cheap glasses the theater gives you. You’ll be the hippest one in the row in these designer polarized lenses for RealD movies.
All of the camerawork, editing, effects and sound for this Alien versus Predator fan-flick were done by one man, Alex A. Popov. The amazing part: The entire 22-minute film cost about $500 to shoot.
The original Tomb Raider herself gets seen from a whole new angle in this isometric co-op puzzler/beat ’em up. Coming to XBLA, PSN and Steam this Summer for just $15 bucks.
David Lyons stars in the new NBC program The Cape. He doesn’t have superpowers, but he does have his circus friends and his whip-like, spidersilk cape. Summer Glau adds geek cred to the show.
NBC field reporter Mark Potter unwittingly does a Renfield when a suicidal bug dives straight into his mouth. The Today Show hosts make sure everyone gets a good look at the incident.
Feeling evil? This pocket-sized device will wreak havoc with your friends’ TV, randomly turning it off without human intervention. Just make sure you let ’em know the truth before they call tech support.
What do old people fear more than anything? Illness? Nursing homes? Incontinence? No, silly. Robots. Join Sam Waterson in this SNL classic clip offering the best protection against robot attack.
This just-announced software and hardware combo will lets you search content from the web, cable, satellite or media library from your TV and control it all with an Android phone or Harmony remote.
Columbia Sportswear’s new line of watches offers something for everyone. Our favorite is the Headstream – with weather, altimeter, and compass tech that helps you find your way home.
Basic universal remotes are a dime-a-dozen, but programmable touchscreen modesl require deep pockets. The L5 converts your iPhone or iPod Touch into a high-end remote for just $50 bucks.
This unusual lighting from QisDesign lets you magnetically snap together individual color-changing LED “crystal” pods to create unique fixtures to suit your liking.
How many times have you been at a party only to find that nobody can find the bottle opener? While you’ve always got your teeth, these stainless cuff links seem like a much better idea.
This 1:1 replica of Batman’s Batpod is equipped with a 650cc 4 stroke water cooled engine with direct port nitrous injection and tires that are 508 mm across. It’s such a shame it’s not street legal.
With Heroes now officially canceled, ABC has jumped onto the “ordinary people as superheroes” bandwagon with this lighthearted new show, set to hit this fall. Michael Chiklis and Julie Benz star.
These bicycles have a space in the middle of the frame, large enough to hold a briefcase. The rigid frame protects the object, while the object lowers the bike’s center of gravity, increasing stability.
Classic video game characters who wish to remain anonymous should just put a paper bag over their heads, because as this shirt shows, pixelating their faces only makes them more recognizable.
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