Criticize 2012′s plot all you want, because we don’t care: this new trailer makes destroying the world such an utterly gorgeous affair that we’re hoping the Mayans were right.
These Star Wars Trash Compactor Bookends are an epic win for learned sci-fi geeks; due out April 2010, they split Han and Leia on one side with Luke and Chewie on the other.
If you liked the Procedural City we demoed previously, Procedural System Structure blows it out of the water: in English, it not only generates cities on the fly but their interiors, too.
Similar to tech used by the military, Motorola’s Endeavor HX1 uses bone conduction to cut out wind noise and focus on your voice; the Bluetooth headset ships July 2009 in Asia.
Atom.com pokes fun at this summer’s wave of movies based on 80s toons with Toy Movies; Care Bears, My Little Pony and The Smurfs all go Hollywood in a very bad way.
Due out in July, T-Mobile’s trusty Dash smartphone gets bumped up to 3G speeds and features a new trackball; otherwise, it keeps its full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi and WinMo 6.1.
We tried our best to ignore it, but Dr. Manhattan’s Pants brings the glowing blue dude’s conspicuous lack of apparel front and center; best line: “Put Ozymandias’ pants back on now!”
Utterly insane yet freakin’ cool, Simon Whitlock’s 48 Cylinder Kawasaki motorcycle packs six 8-cylinder engines with 4200cc, a BMW transmission and six Jaguar E-type distributors.
It’s the heavily hyped matchup that wasn’t meant to be, but we’re sure that fans on both sides of the great Kobe vs. LeBron debate are waiting for next year; available in white or black.
Coming soon to XBLA, Worms 2: Armageddon is packed with features worthy of the franchise: gorgeous new vertical levels and more weapons than you can shake a worm at.
This can’t be a good idea for your game, but we think this Golf Bag Drink Dispenser is perfect for clandestine booze hounds; it’ll hold up to 48 ounces of hot or cold beverages.
Seeing two hot chicks go at it in the supermarket over Mountain Dew is about as likely as seeing the same two playing World of Warcraft, so consider the TV spot above a gift from the gods.
A stripped-down version of their messenger bag, Chrome’s Corsair cuts down on heft while still sporting a 1,000 denier Cordura shell, space for a 15″ laptop and 5-bar seatbelt strap.
Still trying to get that beach body? Men’s Health Workouts just might do the trick: it’s an iPhone app with 18 workouts and 125 exercises, with step-by-step instructions and photos.
Developed by Georgia Tech’s Augmented Environments Lab, ARhrrrr! is a shooter with a twist: it uses a Tegra devkit as a gun to take out zombies shambling about a 3D city.
Gorgeously clad in an all-titanium case, Vogard’s Chronozoner has a rich mechanical design further accentuated by a rotating timezone bezel that is also daylight savings aware.
The technology isn’t perfect, but there’s just something awesome about wearing an augmented reality-generated Optimus Prime helmet; it uses your eyes as a point of reference.
Edo Competition’s tuned Ferrari California gets all the right engine tweaks yet still sports a fairly clean bodykit: a 40 hp bump pushes the 4.3L V8 to 500 hp, good for a 0-62 of 3.9s.
It’s slightly unnerving to see a teenager with a bazooka, but those hormones have gotta go somewhere: Destroy Build Somewhere comes to Cartoon Network this summer.
Oakley’s penchant for over-the-top names reaches its peak with their Impact Craters; still, these EVA foam cushioned, Unobtanium treaded sandals look as rugged as any we’ve seen.
Too bad it’s Japan-only, because we’d love to get our hands on this Lap Desk; it includes a built-in USB-powered laptop cooler, mousepad, cupholder and folds flat for storage.
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