Premiering in select locations starting 10/7, Yes Men Fix The World is our kind of movie: the Yes Men are pranksters that inject honesty into political and business spin machines.
A smaller and lighter version of the N97, Nokia’s N97 Mini sacrifices memory (it maxes out at 8 GB vs 32 GB), but otherwise keeps a 3.2″ tilt-touch screen with QWERTY and 5 MP camera.
Nike’s Terminator His go denim with a Selvage edition; the devil’s really in the details here, with multi-color contrast stitching and brown Nike emblem for a slick handcrafted look.
No word on North American availability, but HTC’s Touch2 is official with a 2.8″ touch screen, WinMo 6.5, 528 MHz CPU, HSPA/WCDMA, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm audio jack, and 3.2 MP camera.
Limited to 200 12×16 Giclee prints, A Life Well Wasted’s Episode posters were created by TA regular Olly Moss; our top pick goes to Gotta Catch ‘Em All, which should be available soon.
Designed to be mounted on your bike’s handlebars, Garmin’s Edge 500 weighs a scant 2 oz; it’ll not only track distance, speed, location and elevation but is ANT+ compatible.
This Bugatti Veyron trailer for Forza 3 is the closest most of us will get to having 1,000 hp on tap; it’s mostly about the artists groping the car, but we’d do the same if given the opportunity.
Due out Q4, Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X2 features a 3.2″ TFT touchscreen with slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 8.1 MP camera with autofocus and image stabilizer, and Windows Mobile 6.1
Propaganda’s Bookmark II has us wondering, “Why didn’t I think of that?!” it’s a rubber band that straps around your book with one killer feature: an arrow to keep your place in the text.
It looks a bit like you’ve stolen a kid’s tricycle, but YikeBike is a must-see for city dwellers: it’s a 22 lb electric bicycle that folds up, tops out at 12.5 mph and goes up to 6 miles.
Certain Xbox 360s have had gamers seeing red for years, so this Red Ring of Death tee by ThinkGeek should elicit painful chuckles; it’s the one Achievement we’d be glad to leave locked.
Essentially an affordable GH1, Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-GF1 is a micro four thirds camera with a 12.1 MP Live MOS sensor, 720p video, and a choice of a regular or pancake lenses.
Written by Scott Westerfeld with drawings by Keith Thompson, Leviathan is steampunk with a twist: set in WWI, the Germans use steam-driven machines while the British use organic tech.
Made out of fine suit fabric, Outlier’s Nailhead Cap cuts a classic cycler’s profile and features breathable, premium wool that stays cool in summer, warm in winter and dry in the rain.
Available in Diesel retail stores, this Turntable Bedding lets DJs mix it up in the bedroom with record player shams and a wicked blanket plastered with knobs, sliders and cables.
This 20 minute Star Wars: The Old Republic walkthrough is our first look at gameplay; the last five minutes are the best, culminating in a Sith Warrior/Bounty Hunter vs Jedi Knight battle.
Switzerland is renowned for finances, but this Swiss DNA Bank is for files and genetic code: it’ll store your data and a DNA sample in a nuke-proof vault in the Swiss Alps.
If you’ve ever wanted to get famous by association, take abuse from musicians and sleep in a van, CollegeHumor’s Roadie Hero is the game for you; note: briefly NSFW at the end.
Alienware dives into gaming accessories with its own private label TactX Keyboard and Mouse; both sport customizable lighting, user profiles and buttons, albeit at a premium price.
Available 10/29 on Xbox Live and also as part of Episodes from Liberty City, The Ballad of Gay Tony parachutes in with this debut trailer that shows off new vehicles and nightlife.
Recently shown at theaters, this latest trailer for Stargate: Universe hints at higher production values and a darker tone than previous series, albeit with a resident Star Wars geek.
The minimalist outfitters at Common Projects have posted a sneak peek at their Fall/Winter 2009 collection; rich browns and burgundies join their classic white and black colorways.
Canabalt is the most fun you’ll have with one button: it’s a running and jumping side scroller, except with randomly generated levels that get progressively faster. Thanks, Panzerdraco!
Top Gear co-host and Toy Stories host James May is also a hardcore brick fanatic: he’s building a two-story LEGO house just outside of London that’ll use over 816 million pieces.
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