The Fjader Pen is a fine choice for written correspondence, with its stand and a clean, modern design that recalls an old timey feather pen â€” in fact, the word fjader means “feather” in Swedish.
We get a closer look at the epic, frenetic multiplayer universe of Bungie’s latest in the Halo franchise, and we like what we see in this preview footage of the game revealed at E3 this week.
In case you missed the Hughes brothers’ post-apocalyptic movie in theaters, it arrives on disc today (6/15). Denzel Washington stars in this flick best described as Mad Max with a bible.
Nintendo’s new handheld 3D gaming system offers glasses-free 3D viewing on its 3.5″ top screen, adds an analog control, gyro and motion sensors, beefed up graphics, and a 3D camera on back.
Experience the cozy warmth of a tiny bonfire on your desk or dining table with Gido Wahrmann’s Slate Tabletop Fireplace, two 7.5-inch stainless steel oil lamps anchored to a slate base.
Stuart Black’s new FPS shows off it’s weapon-y goodness in this preview trailer. Being all about the guns, it’s the spiritual successor to last-gen’s BLACK. Hits PS3 and Xbox 360 Spring 2011.
Following in the footsteps of other retro franchises being remade with an edge, those cute and cuddly 1980s bears are back, and this time, they mean business. Do not mess with The Care Bears.
Amidst all the buzz about the iPhone 4, Apple snuck out an update to the venerable Mac Mini, with all aluminum construction, faster CPU & GPU, HDMI output and user-upgradeable RAM.
Alt-pop sensation MGMT just released their latest arty-fartsy music video. It’s a jangly-little tune with a decidedly sixties vibe, and the video has all the tie-die colors to go with it.
Apparently too provocative for ABC’s prime-time viewership, we’ve uncovered the ending originally intended for LOST. While it differs from J.J. Abrams’ original plans, we like this ending better.
Baptiste Debombourg created two wall murals made of nothing but staples. It took him 35,000 staples and 75 hours to complete them. It’ll probably take twice as long to remove them all.
The gel ink in this pen was developed by KGB scientists during the Cold War. The ink starts to fade minutes after it’s used and will completely vanish within 48 hours. Perfect for contracts.
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