Luxury watch maker Altanus has unveiled these paper-thin watches made from biodegradable paper. Although they look fragile, the watches are waterproof, shock- and tear-resistant.
The Chevrolet Cruze shows off its handling and nimbleness on a super-sized Pac-Man level. A white Chevy played Pac-Man against the black Chevy ghosts (background song NSFW).
Applidium’s VLC app now supports the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and 3rd and 4th gen iPod Touches. Supported file formats include AVI, MPG and MKV. Files can also be deleted from within the app.
Woody, Buzz, Barbie and Ken hit disc next week (11/2). The deluxe edition offers two Blu-rays and two DVDs chockful of bonus footage and behind-the-scenes goodies, plus a digital copy for your PC.
Youtube phenom Mystery Guitar Man takes on The Simpsons theme song, playing the opening theme on a dozen kids toys. We miss the animation, but the clever instrumentation makes up for it.
Thai warrior Tien (Tony Jaa) dies early in this martial arts actioner, but is reincarnated and takes on the men who did him in. Fists go flying and much pain is inflicted.
The guys at Lionhead show off the improved Co-Op mode in Fable 3, which includes new player interactions, partnerships, shared homesteads and even the ability for couples to wed and have kids.
We’re surprised it took Marshall almost half a century to come up with their own headphones. The company teamed up with Zound Industries to create amps for your ears. Drops on Nov. 15.
Play the video and watch as the cube dances before your eyes, hovering over the cardboard. Keep watching to see how the trick is made. What we can’t figure out are the floating hands.
The Demon Hunter is the fifth and last character class in Diablo III, a warrior armed with dual crossbows, built for crowd control. Unfortunately, Blizzard hasn’t mentioned a release date yet.
The next generation of portable external storage, utilizing speedy solid state drive and USB 3.0 technology. Will be available in 64GB ($230), 128GB ($400) and 256GB ($750) models.
Pro bowler Chris Barnes takes on EARL (Enhanced Automated Robotic Launcher) capable of rolling an identical shot nearly every time. But its precision is its downfall. The score stands: humans 1, robots 0.
Segway inventor Dean Kamen shows off his incredible marvel of modern science – a prosthetic arm which can be controlled by the wearer’s mind, as if their real arm were still there.
We’re not really sure if these cats are playing patty-cake, high-fiving each other, or think they’re looking in the mirror. The video says “Wing Chun Sticky Hands,” but we don’t know what that is.
(Language NSFW) Got an original Xbox 360? Then you’ve still got a chance of falling victim to the dreaded Red Ring of Death. Here’s how the Marines takes care of their 360s when the RRoD strikes.
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