If you’re a heavy sleeper, the Neverlate Executive Alarm Clock will rattle you out of bed with its array of 21 daily alarms; it also includes 20 radio presets and MP3 player input via USB.
Retro console two-timers need not feel unfaithful: the GEN-X Console plays both NES and Genesis cartridges, allowing you to relive your 8- and 16-bit glory days; it includes two controllers.
The “S” is for speed: Apple’s iPhone 3GS is out 6/19 and gets a faster CPU, better battery life, a 3MP autofocus camera, 30fps video recording, voice control, compass and 7.2Mbps HSDPA.
Worshipped by geeks everywhere, duct tape meets urban style with Supra’s Duct Tape Pack; choose from a Skylow 1.5 or Vaider Hi, both of which are wrapped in faux black tape uppers.
Twitterers @BrianSolis and @Jess3 wrangle a nebular glob of Twitter-related apps into a galactic map with Twitterverse V0.9; they’re grouped by purpose into spiral arms.
Inspired by Gymkhana Practice, DC Shoes’ Gymkhana TWO may be an infomercial, but watching Ken Block tear up the Port of LA in an WRX STI (with Rob Dyrdek) is pure driving bliss.
Apple’s Snow Leopard OS is official: multi-core, 64-bit and Exchange support, Dock enhancements, OpenCL, 6GB smaller footprint; also: crash-resistant Safari 4 and QuickTime X.
Beach treasure hunters rank high on the dork-o-meter, but these Metal Detecting Sandals let you keep things (somewhat) on the downlow; it’ll find metal up to two “feet” underground.
Apple’s MacBook Pro line gets a refresh: at 13″ model with FireWire 800, a 7 hour (non-removable) battery, an SD-card slot, up to 8GB RAM/500GB HDD, and a lower starting price.
No, it’s not from J.J. Abram’s Star Trek–it’s FedCon 2009′s opening video which depicts a “what if” battle with the USS Kelvin, Romulan fighters and a surprise guest. Thanks Luke!
Oakley’s single-strapped AP Sandbag 2.0 can be carried via handle, messenger-style or as a backpack; it includes a 15″ laptop compartment, interior organizer and external pockets.
That’s no moon, it’s a BBQ grill: Bryan A. Tate’s Death Star Grill is actually two Webers shaped into a fearsome grilling battlestation; Mandolorian-marinated Ewok steaks, anyone?
Learn to Fly is tamer than Shopping Cart Hero, but still pretty fun; you’ll get to upgrade air resistance, acceleration and ramp height, and purchase three models of gliders and rockets.
As its color scheme suggests, Hublot’s Big Bang King All Black/Blue is a diver’s watch good for up to 300m; it sports a ceramic bezel and case, rhodium-plated dial and sapphire crystal.
We’ve since retired our own Mr. Potato Heads, but these Transformer variants have us seeing spud again: Optimash Prime looks pretty sweet, but Bumblebee Bumblespud looks baked.
Based off an animal skull, Schâˆšâˆ‚pfer Yachts’ 300-foot Infinitas is Dr. Evil-ready; it features an elevator, helipad, and a pool with bridge–the latter filled with ill-tempered sea bass.
The folks at TF2Chan.net spoof this Strong Bad Email in “Every Class Is Different“; it’s a children’s book about Team Fortress 2 classes gone awry thanks to The Spy.
It’s already outdated, but Rob Matthews’ Wikipedia Book is a 5,000 page tome that includes Wikipedia’s 2,500+ featured articles; we’re gonna bet that editing is disabled on this one.
Alkemy’s Sunglass Shirt will have passersby doing a second take, not because of the shades and suspenders–they’re fake–but the real metal loops that you can hook your fingers through.
Dave Matthews Band may be too mainstream for some, but Big Whiskey is a solid album with emotional weight; it’s a tribute to saxophonist LeRoi Moore, who passed away in 2008.
Worth1000′s latest photochop contest, Celebrity Star Wars, is a Hollywood meets Hoth mashup with everyone from Jack Black and Halle Berry to WALL-E and EVA getting Jed-i-fied.
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