Happy (early) holidays: Google will offer free Wi-Fi at 47 airports and Virgin America flights from 11/16/09 to 1/15/10; Yahoo offers it at Times Square starting today through all of 2010.
With Star Trek on Blu-ray scoring perfect, Star Trek: Art of the Film is icing on cake: the 160 page book includes never before seen set pieces and details on the reimagining of the Enterprise.
We appreciate the efforts and sacrifices of our troops, but The Onion’s Modern Warfare 3 suggests a better name for the ultra-realistic military sim: the Call of Monotonous Duties.
Ducati’s Multistrada 1200 is four bikes in one; with a new suspension and the same engine used in its 1198 superbike, it offers Sport, Touring, Urban, and Enduro riding modes.
This Alien Autopsy t-shirt depicts the aftermath of Earth’s battle against precisely five neatly organized rows of space invaders: dissecting our pixelated foes’ naughty bits and bytes.
Ricoh’s GXR merges optics and sensors into a “lens unit” that can be swapped without dust worries; currently available are 10 MP fast prime and 12.1 MP APS-C lenses, with more planned.
It may have a new 186hp, 998cc radial-valve inline-4, swingarm and chassis, but the 2010 MV Agusta F4 stays true to its superbike roots; it sheds 22 lbs and gains 12 hp over 2009.
Farscape: The Complete Series packs all 88 episodes of Crichton and company into 25 discs with enough bonuses to make even Scorpius weep; Peacekeeper Wars is sold separately.
This silent movie version of The Matrix is done by a Russian group, but even without the English subtitles, it won’t matter: it actually makes more sense than the last two films.
We liked the high-end look of Vers’ wood cases, but their new Shellcases solve a huge UI issue: these open-faced cases allow you to use the touchscreen of your iPhone or iPod Touch.
We liked Astro Boy, but it may have done better at the box office had it been like Panic Attack: this hybrid CG/live action short film features giant robots with a hatred for all things Uruguay.
Known for their Zeppelins, Bowers & Wilkins’ P5 headphones are quite a bit lighter but still feature packed; they boast a closed back design, sheep leather earpads, and gold-plated plugs.
iPhone users aren’t the only ones saturating, cropping and flipping: the Photoshop Mobile App is now available on the Android Market and includes auto-upload and sharing.
It’s not yet available, but the Cole-Bar Hammer nails it: named in memory of the inventor’s son, it’s a multifunction tool that serves as a crow bar, square, angle tool, and socket wrench.
The year may be drawing to a close, but Fine and Dandy’s 2009 Lookbook shows just how timeless their collection is; it’s worth a perusal for dapper gents with an eye for yesteryear.
Available 1/26/10: Mass Effect 2’s Collector Edition isn’t a Shepard slam dunk, but only $10 more gets you an art book, comic book, behind the scenes DVD, and in-game weapons and armor.
Gigaware brings HD Radio to the iPhone and iPod Touch, albeit with an external in-line control; it’ll play HD2/HD3 and includes iTunes tagging and bookmarks via a free app.
We’re surprised that Pigeon Impossible isn’t a Pixar film: this high flying short was created by Lucas Martell and shows that a bird in the case is worth about a billion in the bush.
Carl Jung’s The Red Book is one of psychology’s most important works yet seen by only a few; it’s finally available to the world as a 404 page tome with 212 color illustrations.
This Co-Op Moves trailer for Army of Two: The 40th Day finally dishes the dirt on its strongest feature; it shows off six tactics, including tag/snipe, riot shield, and mock surrenders.
Hard Graft’s new Phone Card Wallet is a two-fer we can get (and wear on our) behind; it’s a tan leather wallet with up to 6 credit card slots that also doubles as a cellphone case.
SNL parodies Twilight with Firelight, which “frankly” we would have watched were it a real film: the Franks shamble into town, light romantic fires, and strangle a few humans “accidentally”.
Available today (11/9/09) only at TeeFury: this Giant Robot FTW t-shirt calls to the city-leveling 12-year old in all of us, filled with incredible line art, fiery details, and a floating demon head(?!).
Created by unmanned vehicle researchers, Roomba Pac-Man eats ghosts instead of dustballs; it uses cameras, Wi-Fi, and localization sensors–all controlled by joystick, of course.
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