Designed by Ideo for Spanish bank BBVA, the new ATM offers more privacy and is easy to use and understand. It also remembers and provides quick links to a customer’s most used transactions.
Try saying that ten times fast, then once your done with that, check out this early teaser showing off gameplay from the sequel to the classic TTT, more than 10 years after its PS2 debut.
Haunting imagery from 1945 to 1962, when the US military was detonating hundreds of nuclear bombs in the atmosphere; photographers struggled to document the destructive effects of the explosions.
Is there an age limit for playing with toys? Nope – that’s why we like these cool hot wheels remote control cars (video above), with rc control right on the case, which fits in a pocket. (Thanks Peter!)
The trailer’s in Japanese, but it does show more of the game’s world as well as a new character – miss Rihanna look-alike here. Also, we’re just plain crazy for this games’ slick CG videos.
She finds an elongated pink plastic tube in her boyfriend’s pants. She’s asking him what it is, when the thing starts to vibrate. What’s going on? Is he cheating? You’ll never guess how this ends.
Come on, don’t be shy now. There’s plenty for everybody. There’s all sorts of models to choose from – Fendair, Airbanez, Kramair and more! Got enough axes? Take the rack then.
Channel 12 News is dedicated to bringing you the latest and freshest of on-air bloopers. Technical difficulties, malfunctioning equipment, lack of actual things to say – you name it, we got it.
The life of the ordinary guy turned super spy is (old) spiced up by the addition of Isaiah Mustafa to the cast. The show also gets attacked by Olivia Munn, and will be broken by Dolph Lundgren.
Natalie Portman plays a ballerina under immense pressure to excel in Darren Aronofsky’s mysterious thriller. Her life takes an even more difficult and dark twist when a new rival enters the scene.
We have no idea what’s going on in this trailer for the latest game in SEGA’s Yakuza series, but it’s got zombies, headshots, organized crime, and a guy with a mini-gun for an arm. Where do we pay?
Nokia built 14 prototypes of this phone, which externally resembles the communicator used in Star Trek, complete with the iconic grille and lights. We wonder if it has the Enterprise on speed dial.
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