Android users won’t be left out in the cold if Neofonie has its way: its WePad tablet sports an 11.6″ display, Atom N450 CPU, GMA 3150 graphics, webcam, and UMTS modem.
Korean western flick The Good, The Bad, The Weird swaggers into US theaters April 2010 after a successful Cannes run; it’s received praise from AICN and has an 88% freshness rating.
Just because xenomorphs are acid-spitting, victim disemboweling creatures doesn’t mean they don’t know how to party: your heart will literally be bursting with joy on Burst Day.
Eisner Award-winning comic The Invincible Iron Man is now available as an Omnibus; Volume 1 includes issues 1-19, from his fight with Ezekiel Stane to his days as a fugitive.
Your wheels won’t be the only things going in circles if you don this Bike Belt; it’s a distressed leather belt that features an all-over bicycle print with removable roller buckle.
Josh Thacker’s Job Security is the latest winner for Chapter 2 of Vimeo’s The Story Beyond the Still contest; judged by Vincent LaForet, entries for Chapter 3 are due 3/22/10.
This Dragon & Skull Kubaton adds a bit of style and teeth to a normally minimalist self-defense tool; it not only hangs on your keychain but includes a hidden 2 1/2″ dagger.
Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow gets an uncannily accurate 19″ figure that gets all of his characters attire and demeanor quirks; it includes an LED lantern and weighs 10 lbs.
In theaters 11/5/10: DreamWorks explores the flip-side of hero/evil villain relations with MegaMind, which stars Will Ferrell as the animated arch-enemy of Metro Man, voiced by Brad Pitt.
Biologic’s handlebar Bike Mount not only protects your iPhone from the elements but can also pivot from portrait to landscape–great for snapping shots or videos while riding.
Get your day off to a rockin’ start both energy-level and music-wise with this Get Amped Mug by GAMA-GO; a must for music fans, it features a full-color wraparound amplifier design.
Breitling’s renowned Superocean line gets a revamped design for 2010; the diver’s watch features a 42mm case, 1,500 meter water resistance, and Superluminova hands and markers.
Don’t just get video-on-demand but beer-on-demand with the Clicker Remote; it not only controls up to 9 components and includes 630 preset codes but a built-in bottle opener.
Because the only thing scarier than a room filled with monsters is a room filled with schoolkids hopped up on sugar: these kids under the bed have us shaking in our monster jammies.
Thanks to sheer force of will (and the laws of physics) the Wall of Death never quite lives up to its name but is exhilarating nevertheless; it’s performed by the Diamond Maruti Car Circus in Dehli, India. (Thanks Paul!)
Consider us bitten and smitten with DBZ’s ultra-swank Venom Guitar; it features a faux snakeskin airbrushed texture, Floyd Rose bridge, gold hardware, and trademark DBZ shape.
It’s a pity that Porter’s Sanforized Denim Wallets are Japan-only, because we’d love to cop a few to match our dark-wash jeans; each features a white canvas interior and snaps shut.
Even if you don’t understand Portuguese, Brazilian band Skank’s Noites de um VerÃ£o Qualquer sings a universal language: it’s a quirky mix of stop-motion and regular video.
TAG Heuer’s marks its 150th birthday with the Pendulum watch; it’s the first mechanical movement without a hairspring, opting instead for an invisible spring derived from magnetic fields.
1984 meets Blade Runner meets 300 meets totally awesome in this stunning 4-minute concept trailer for Warren Lich; it was created by Revolver Films with a budget of 1,000 euros.
GGRP Sound’s flatpacking puts Ikea to shame: their Cardboard Record Player starts off as a folded envelope, but unpacks into a functioning turntable that is spun using a pencil.
This trailer for Alexander Shen’s Cadet 227 isn’t like anything we’ve seen (or heard) before: it’s a game for the visually impaired where you’ll rely solely on sound, with no visuals at all.
The idea of a notebook with a handle isn’t new, but Zhang Shouze’s Briefcase Laptop is both aesthetically and functionally awesome: the handle also tilts and elevates your lappie.
Blu-ray gets just a bit bluer on 4/22/10 with the release of Avatar; it’ll be available as a two-disc Blu-ray and DVD combo, with an “ultimate” edition with extras coming in November.
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