We finally get to see a little bit of the eponymous dinner in Jay Roach’s upcoming Dinner for Schmucks in which eccentric fools are invited to a special meal for the entertainment of the hosts.
Dell’s Android-based 5-inch mini-tablet is official. The Streak will include a capacitive multitouch 800×480 display, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, GPS navigation, a 5MP camera and 16GB of memory.
James Bondâ€™s Aston Martin DB5 1964 is up for auction at Sotheby’s in October, to be sold with Q’s factory installed mods: submachine gun, revolving plates, tire shredders and smoke screen device.
The tailored Minuteman messenger bag from Wheelmen is made of wax canvas and has a nylon lining, multiple pockets, specific smartphone side pocket, waterproof zipper and side stabilizer strap.
This short animated film by Alex Varanese is a wonderful tribute to 8-bit video game style. Alex says he was inspired by both Michel Gondry and R-Type, and you can definitely see both influences.
John Kricfalusi, the warped mind behind shows like Ren & Stimpy and the 1990’s Mighty Mouse is offering lessons to new cartoonists. It’s a unique an opportunity to learn from one of the greats.
Get a brief, but exciting look at the villains in the new Spider-Man game, Shattered Dimensions. We think Goblin looks the coolest, but Kraven and Hammerhead will probably kick your ass too.
When there’s something strange in your neighborhood, you just might want to strap on this backpack. It won’t actually catch any ghosts, but it should hold your books and laptop nicely.
Students at Minnesota’s Carleton College decided to dress up their campus observatory in the largest R2-D2 costume we’ve ever seen. C-3PO was nowhere to be found on campus.
BMW has announced that the 17th Art Car created by Jeff Koons will race where the first art cars did – at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France on June 12th and 13th. Koonsâ€™ canvas is a BMW M3 GT2.
Exclusive preloaded Ferrari content is part of the new Acer Android-powered smartphone; specs are identical to the original Liquid E: 3.5″ touchscreen, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and Snapdragon processor.
Instead of creating scary rubber guns, Andy Mangold went for a classy, old west look for The Gentleman’s Rubber Bandit, although we’re not sure if the Old West already had such fancy fonts.
Italian design company Acquacalda has an unusual kitchen gadget collection called Applied Physics, including a glass with measuring reservoir, bowl for weighing food in water and 4 glass wine dispenser.
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