While staying to their minimalist roots, Common Projects injects a bit of color into its Spring ’09 line; we like the new Tournament Mids as well as the classic Achilles Mids and Lows.
Replica starts off a simple mimicry game, but just wait until they introduce 180 and 90 degree transformations; dust off those spatial orientation skills, because you’ll need ‘em.
It’s not sleek, but Kogan’s GPS Watch is feature-packed; it’ll track you through Google Earth, pair with your PC via Bluetooth, and measure steps, temperature, speed and altitude.
Skin on the iPhone isn’t a new concept, but this Pin Up Weather app makes it just barely safe for work, with an often scantily-clad girl that teases you until you get the day’s forecast.
It’s not every day you get the chance to own a concept vehicle, let alone two: Ford is auctioning their GT coupe and convertible concepts, along with the first 2010 Shelby GT500.
Turn 24′s Jack Bauer into a chick, put him/her into a Splinter Cell-ish stealth game and you’ve got the gist of Velvet Assassin; you play a spy sent to infiltrate German lines in WWII.
The last thing we need is a physical impression of our weight, but Jim Ruck’s Bathroom Scale has some prankish value: we advise leaving a buttprint for the next person to use it.
Whereas Emergency gives survival tips, The Survivors Club delves into the psychological profiles of actual survivors; you’ll also be able to get your own Survivor Profile and Survivor IQ.
It’s not for the squeamish, but Jerry Jalava turned the loss of his ring finger into a chance to get cyborged out with a USB Finger; it packs a Bilix Linux distro, CouchDBX and Ajatus.
After months of hype, Dell’s Adamo line is official: a high-end laptop, it sports a 13.4″ screen, 1.2GHz U9300 CPU, Intel X4500, 2GB RAM and a 128GB SSD in a 0.65″ ultra-thin case.
Because every avatar needs a graphic tee: Hogboy’s The Online Me is a must for MMO gamers, looks badass and is dirt cheap. Act quickly, as there are only a few hours to order.
This Invisible Predator trailer for Arkham Asylum shows off what we like best about Batman: namely, his use of stealth (dropping in from above: sick) and abundance of gadgets.
With 11 tabletops, triple monitor and 7.1 speaker support, the V1 Flagship is more like a cockpit than a desk; got the urge to splurge? Upgrade to solid oak surface and Porsche chairs.
Making fun of fellow partygoers isn’t a new phenomenon, but this weekend’s SNL Party Guys skit takes things a bit too literally; note: special appearance by a certain dark knight.
Because nobody rides a hog like the Amish: this Amish Country Choppers tee is a take-off on custom bike outfit Orange County Choppers, albeit with a steampunkish flair.
Google Earth 5.0 also comes with enhancements for the other (red) planet: Mars will get nearly-live imagery from the Odyssey and Reconnaisance Orbiter as well as 3D viewing.
As much as we like the T-600 endoskeletons, we actually prefer this 1:6 scale John Connor figure; the details are smokin’, from the tactical body harness to the M4A1 with sight.
We frankly want these PSP Sours simply for the PSP-shaped cool metal tin; they’ll come in blue screen (raspberry) or red screen (cherry) and can be preordered by the dozen for $32.
Due to compete in June’s zero-emissions TTXGP, the EV-o RR is one of 40 entrants but is unconventional: it uses a monocoque chassis and forkless single-sided front suspension.
Cobbled together from stripes, plaids and solid poplins from the 60s and 70s, English Laundry’s Patchwork Fedora looks best in a sophisticated grey tone with matching leather band.
Call of Duty: World at War’s Nazi Zombies mode gets a proper trailer above; it’s an all-you-can-eat zombie buffet, filled with swarms of crawling undead, cola powerups and electric gates.
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