Now available: Army of Two: The 40th Day gets an explosive launch trailer that still manages to reveal even more of the plot; you’ll also get to see Salem and Rios minus their armor.
Oakley’s new Probation sunglasses (regular or polarized) sport a single lens with polaric ellipsoid geometry to minimize distortion and five-metal alloy C-5 straight-stem frame.
Earthy both in terms of design and eco-friendliness, Design Hara’s HTPC is a mini-ITX unit with recyclable cypress or rose wood chassis; it also uses 1/3 the energy of desktop computers.
A webseries due out March 2010, this trailer for Hamilton Carver: Zombie PI mixes film noir with zombies, ninjas, the devil, and dames that shower with their gloves on. Thanks, Brian!
The X-Men’s militant counterparts, X-Force, get a detailed polystone diorama that Cable would be proud of; it features Warpath, Wolfsbane, X-23, and Wolverine, the latter with two portraits.
We liked John Travolta in the first From Paris With Love trailer, but this red band trailer with NSFW language shows how out of his mind his character Wax is; totally un-PC, but totally worth it.
Audi’s E-Tron V2 speeds closer to a 2012 launch with 204 hp and 1,955 lb-ft of torque at the wheels, good for 0-60 in 5.9s; it also gets an improved interior, heat pump, and regenerative braking.
If you think Darwinia+’s graphics are dated, you’re missing the pixelated point: the much-loved uber-game arrives soon on XBLA, includes Multiwinia and boasts a new user interface.
Jay’s DIY phaser may be a class 3B laser that uses a 12X Blu-ray diode, but you’ll throw your Vulcan side out the nearest airlock once you watch the video above: PEW! PEW! PEW!
Alliance or Horde, it’s gold that keeps the gears of war in Azeroth turning; these World of Warcraft Collectible Coins include 24 karat gold-, sterling silver-, and copper-plated bling.
Loosely based on the MIL-W-46374, Vestal’s imaginative Sticky Bomb Watch features a 36mm stainless case and a giant velcro-buckle 53mm wide canvas strap with anti-glare cover.
It may not get your pulse pounding, but there’s no denying the clean, Audi-like lines of Volkswagen’s Compact Coupe Concept; the hybrid TSI/electric is roughly the same size as a Jetta.
From the same DJ who brought us the fantastic UPular Remix: Arnold is back in a big way with Skynet Symphonic, composed of sound clips from Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Warning: this t-shirt may cause a geekgasm: When Geek-ness Goes Retro plays to tech blogs everywhere with lolcats, konami codes, and rayguns, but we’ll (zombie) bite: do want.
Rechristen your living room the HMS Awesome with this Sealight Floor Lamp; based on a 19th century British marine light used to transmit Morse, it’s made with solid cast aluminum.
The CERN crew replaces street cred with geek cred and lays down the laws of the universe in this Black Hole Rap; we just love it when LHC lyricists make pseudoscience evaporate.
GMC’s Granite is skinnier than the Fit, shorter than the xB, and lower than the Cube, but looks like it’ll eat all three for lunch; it’s made for tight city streets and sports a turbo 1.4L 4-cylinder.
Timbuk2’s D-Lux bag massively upgrades their Classic Messenger; it boasts a studded “love-glove” sleeve, improved cam buckle, side-entry pocket, and three-zipper front organizer.
Boston College student Ryan does a literal take on Paper Mario with Paper Mario Bros. 3; it took 36 hours, 300 frames, and was made with paper, colored pencils, glue, and cardboard.
Lenovo’s China-only Lephone includes a snap-on keyboard a-la the Ideapad U1; the phone itself features a 3.7″ touchscreen, 1 GHz Snapdragon CPU, and two cameras (one front-facing).
Kinetic styling and 80% global parts make Ford’s 2012 Focus a C-segment contender; it’ll be available in sedan and hatchback with a 4-cyl 2.0L DI Ti-VCT good for 155 hp/145 lb-ft of torque.
Available on Amazon VOD in February: The Dungeon Masters documents the lives of three D&D players who each get a chance to play heroes in the real world–sans the dice, of course.
With no M7 on the horizon, the 2011 Alpina B7 is as fast as it officially gets; BMW’s flagship sports a tuned 500 hp/516 lb-ft 4.4L V8 good for 0-60 in 4.5s and 21″ Alpina wheels.
Its plot was apocalyptically bad, but 2012 was made for annihilating home theaters; the two-disc Blu-ray set includes PiP, an alternate ending, deleted scenes, and seven featurettes.
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