Good news for Muggles and magicians alike: The Wizarding World will open in Spring 2010 at the Universal Studios Orlando theme park; Flight of the Hippogriff to Hogwarts Castle, anyone?
Originally previewed here, the Archos 5 Internet Tablet is official: it runs Android and features a 5″ touchscreen, 720p HD playback, Wi-Fi (n), BT 2.0, GPS and up to 32 GB storage.
DJ Hero marks Daft Punk’s first participation in a video game, and we couldn’t be more excited: it’ll include 11 exclusive mixes with artists including Young MC, Queen, and Gary Numan.
Just like its A5 brethren, Audi’s S5 Sportback is staying firmly on European soil; still, we can’t help drooling over its S4-sourced supercharged 3.0 L V6, good for 333 hp and 324 lb.-ft.
Plastered with art from four street/urban artists on the dial, strap and buckle, Vannen Watches’ Series 1 looks good without breaking the bank; each watch is limited to 500 pieces.
Single-use websites are all the rage nowadays, but we couldn’t help having an existential pale blue dot moment with How Many People Are In Space Right Now; RSS feed here.
Guaranteed to bring semi-automatic smiles to your friends’ faces, Martin Bregman’s Say Hello To My Little Friends is the happiest collection of death dealing weaponry we’ve ever seen.
This Terra Incognita developer trailer for Halo 3: ODST focuses on its creation; initially conceived as short campaign, it morphed into a full game but was still finished in under a year.
Using Pogoplug-licensed tech, Seagate’s FreeAgent DockStar lets you access up to four external hard drives from anywhere in the world with Windows Mac, Linux and even iPhones.
We’ve featured foosball tables before, but you can put your feet up on this one: the Foosball Coffee Table not only entertains but looks good with solid wood and stainless steel.
Fresh off the success of their inaugural t-shirt line, Glyph Cue owners Matt W. Moore and Kristofer Wilfert have launched a F/W 2009 collection; it’s composed entirely of hoodies.
The Flavor Bible is a must for cooking and cocktail mixologists with an alphabetical listing of flavors and ingredients; it also includes short essays on regional tastes and from chefs.
It doesn’t include Mad Catz’ sweet controllers, but Modern Warfare 2-themed Xbox 360 bundle is a sweet deal with a 250 GB HDD, 2 wireless controllers, COD: MW2 and a custom case.
Even tougher than jeans, Outlier’s Workwear Pants are made with a breathable Cordora canvas outer shell and soft brushed lining; they’re also water resistant and quick drying.
They say you should bring a gun to a knife fight, but Contra Duck Hunt really puts the O in overkill; thanks to a bit of creative napalming, the laughing dog is conspicuously absent.
Belkin’s Home Base is aptly named: it’s a wireless network point with 4 USB ports that’ll let you share a printer and/or external hard drive with automatic backup of connected computers.
Shot with a Nikon D3 and composed of 1,200 photos, the Gigagalaxy Zoom Project is an 800 million pixel image of our Milky Way; download a smaller 18 million pixel image here.
Sony’s Japan-only NW-A840 is just 7.2 mm thick, making it their thinnest Walkman; it packs a 2.8″ OLED display, up to 64 GB storage, TV out, and premium MDR-EX300SL earphones.
Shot at a secret festival in Northern England, there’s actually a variety of amazing video projections above; our favorite parts are the Pac Man and Pinball sequences at 3:30.
Korg’s microSAMPLER is a compact keyboard with loop-sequencer, line input, audio player caddy, gooseneck mic, and five sampling methods; it also includes 21 KAOSS PAD effects.
Based on the R8, we’d go green any day for Audi’s e-tron Concept: four electric motors pump out 313 hp and an astounding 501.5 lb.-ft. of torque, good for a 0-62 of 4.8 seconds.
Just Cause 2’s devs show off its vertical gameplay features above; with helicopters, parachutes and tall buildings aplenty, the game also doubles as a fun BASE jumping sim.
In honor of the Hawker Hunter jet, Oris’ Swiss Hunter Team watch resembles a cockpit flight gauge and even features a tiny jet on the calendar hand; it’s limited to 1,958 pieces.
Bowers & Wilkins’ Zeppelin Mini is a smaller version of its blimpy big bro with 36 W of power and a pair of 3″ drivers; it also features a direct to digital USB port and rotatable docking arm.
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