Improv Everywhere’s MP3 Experiment Six takes over New York’s Roosevelt Island with 2,000 folks listening to the same MP3 at the same time and following its goofy instructions.
Essentially the Omnia Pro sans keyboard, Samsung’s Jet packs a blazing fast 800 Mhz processor, a 3.1″ AMOLED screen, 5 MP camera, Samsung’s 3D Cube UI, Wi-Fi and 2GB storage.
You probably don’t want to be within a few hundred miles of zombie outbreaks with this The Machine tee, but we’re digging it’s cerebral take of the classic Terminator poster.
If you can’t wait for Project Natal, this theremin-controlled version of Super Mario Bros. can be controlled by 1 or 2 people–ensuring that you and a friend can look like total spazzes.
Its name could use some refining, but Peter Wheeler’s Scamander RRV is an all-terrain vehicle in the purest sense: it’ll carry up to four people on tracks, off-road and in the water.
A great gift for dear ol’ dad this Father’s Day, this Battery Organizer doesn’t look spiffy but is perfect for corralling up to 66 batteries from button cells to 9V; it also includes a built-in tester.
Nokia’s slim E71 is barely out the door but the E72 is already official: this upgraded version gets a 5 MP camera, optical navigation pad, 3.5 mm headphone jack and 10.2 Mbps HSDPA.
This Driver Profile trailer for Need for Speed SHIFT plays like a high octane movie trailer; it repeatedly bashes you over the head with badges you can earn, yet hurts so good.
Designed with the seeing-impaired in mind, Zhenwei You’s B-Touch phone concept turns the touchscreen into a dynamic braille pad, includes voice feedback and uses image recognition.
To be filed in the “Why the heck not?” category: CarboPouch is a pouch with cap and spout that lets draft brewers fill beer on-site with no headspace and no change in flavor.
A smaller, more affordable version of the 5800, Nokia’s 5530 XpressMusic is 3G-less but still features a 2.9″ touchscreen, 3.5 mm audio jack, and 3.2 MP camera with LED flash.
In the movie, it was always Bumblebee trying to sound human–but this Bumblebee Voice Mixer and Helmet will remix your voice with six different music styles; Autobots, get jiggy!
Get 7 of your friends or randomly join a game for instant MarioKart-style racing with HoverKart, which includes 20 tracks; note: if you FAIL at driving like we do, try out the tutorial first.
We prefer our home theater setups to be more subtle, but we can’t fault Akai’s AISS010 Theatre System for lack of features: it includes an iPod dock, 1080p DVD player and built-in speakers.
The crown jewel of Samsung’s Omnia II is a giant 3.7″ AMOLED resistive touchscreen, perfect for WinMo 6.1; it also has Wi-fi, a 5 MP camera, 480p video recording and HSDPA/HSUPA.
Based on a 1940s design used by pilots, these Bentley Leather Goggles are ideal for unforgettable midnight snack runs; be sure to get the matching Bentley Leather Flying Helmet, too.
Double trouble with the BlackBerry Tour 9630, announced by both Sprint and Verizon; it’ll run on EV-DO and HSPA networks, which means 3G connectivity both in the US and abroad.
We promise you’ll never look at facial hair again after examining Mike Stefanini’s Mario’s Mustaches; it shows off styles from the Chaplin and Ringo Starr to the Gandhi and Burt Reynolds.
Sesame Street turns into the mean streets with this Puppet Brawlin’ tee; cookies fly as this Street Fighter-styled shirt depicts Big Bird and the Cookie Monster getting their feathers ruffled.
Now official, above is the Samsung Omnia Pro, aka the Samsung Louvre B760; it’ll feature an 800MHz CPU, 3.5″ AMOLED resistive screen, 5.1MP camera and slide-out QWERTY.
Equal parts horrific and heavenly, Marco Brambilla’s Civilization is installed in The Standard Hotel’s elevators; it’s composed of over 400 clips as you go from hell to heaven (and back).
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