You won’t be skating with them any time, but these special edition Terry Kennedy Supras still look plenty hot with a grey patent leather finish, double ankle straps and extra high tops.
If you thought one year in 40 seconds was cool, 650 million years in 1 minute 20 seconds will blow your mind; watch continents slide from prehistory to 250 M.Y. in the future.
Let their be light … and sound: this SoundBulb concept seems a mite futuristic, as it not illuminates with LED lamps but streams music via Wi-Fi or bluetooth through 8ohm speakers.
Any thoughts of haikus being filled with transcendental zen messages will get wiped clean when you visit IndecentHaiku.com; visitors from all over get down and dirty with the ol’ 5-7-5.
Thanks to Hungary’s Gamestar Magazine, the entire intro for Killzone 2 is up; it’s a nice mix of Starship Troopers camraderie, slow-mo kill shots and whack-job Visari going ape on TV.
Recalling summer days spent at soda fountains and drive-throughs, Vans’ Spicoli Shades sport crosshatched pinstripes and horned-rim frames with a multitude of color choices.
Available starting March 2009, iLuv’s i1166 portable media player is jam-packed with goodies; it not only plays DVDs at 16:9 on its 9″ TFT LCD, but unfolds to serve as an iPod dock.
We’ve seen several folding bicycles, but the Bergmonch is the first to fold into a functional backpack; at only 9.5 kilograms, it can be lugged around like a conventional bag.
Coming soon to XBLA, Puzzle Quest: Galactrix is Bejeweled on a hex grid from with jewels coming from multiple directions; like PQ, you’ll get special powerups (albeit with a sci-fi twist).
We like the low-key approach of Adidas’ Super Track Jacket; made out of dark unwashed Japanese denim, the familiar triple stripes run from sleeve to sleeve without being flashy.
We’re a bit iffy on this early trailer’s graphics, but with Jim Lee at the helm of DC Universe Online, along with 100+ heroes and villains plus Metropolis and Gotham, we’re plenty stoked.
Li Jianye’s iShelf concept is an exercise in anachronistic futurism; it’s a real-life version of Apple’s CoverFlow system, with angled cutouts that will hold up to five CD jewel cases.
In addition to controlling your iPod, the Nike+ iPod Watch Remote takes their Sport Kit one step further: it’ll give you voice feedback on your time, distance, calories burned and pace.
Take Predator and Critters and throw in some Viking warriors and you’ve either got the bomb of the summer or an insanely cool sci-fi flick; either way, the Outlander trailer above rocks.
We’re still trying to count all the turrets on this monster LEGO replica of Space Battleship Yamato; this classic anime actually bested Star Wars at the Japanese box office in 1977.
Similar to the Confederate Fighter, Victory Motorcycle’s CORE concept bike sits on a swoopy cast aluminum frame to keep weight down; even the 1731cc V-Twin is left exposed.
They look a bit clunky, but Rainer Spehl’s oak wood laptop cases for the MacBook and MacBook Pro are more about style; they’re lined with leather and close with a magnetic latch.
The Fine Brothers are at it again; both Lost and Heroes are getting a bit long in the tooth, so this parody does a good job of bringing both TV series to a violent, satisfying end.
Michael Arrington/TechCrunch’s low-end tablet, Prototype B is in working order: it features a 12″ touchscreen, Via Nano, 1GB RAM, 4GB flash drive, Wi-Fi and camera for about $299.
The Sheep-A-Sleep seemed like a good idea, but judging from the counter it isn’t overly effective; this Insomniac Innovation tee is innovative on its own with glow-in-the-dark ink.
If you happen to own a racing yacht (like us), you’ll want to keep a Bottler on hand; these ultra-lux bottle holders feature the same cardanic suspension used to keep ship compasses stable.
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