Novitec Rosso took this top-end Ferrari 612 and did it proud with a boost to 560hp, and an array of interior and exterior refinements. Topping out at 202 mph, its speed belies its luxury looks.
Here’s how you milk your fan base: Roland recently released a limited edition mouse modeled after its famous Boss DS-1 distortion pedal. Far from ergonomic, the mouse still sold out quickly.
Ubisoft has made a version of Jordan Mechner’s original Prince of Persia for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The game mercifully includes a level select feature, and is dirt cheap at just 99 cents.
NSFW: One of the songs in Kanye’s upcoming album Good Ass Job, Power recently leaked on the Internet, a killer track co-produced by S1. Pump them speakers up, K. West is back.
This Flash game by the Bell Brothers asks you to solve a variety of circular puzzles by using your mouse’s scroll wheel as the primary controller. It’s a simple concept, but downright tricky at times.
Available 6/8, Not the Messiah is the one-night-only live stage show based on Monty Python’s Life of Brian. Special features include sing-along songs, bonus featurettes, trivia and real-time cast info.
Next time the cops pull you over, you might want to avoid the urge to answer calls on your iPhone if you put it in this case. Junior Tan has shared this 3D object for all to enjoy over at Thingiverse.
Worried someone might steal your scooter? Marc Graells Ballve’s ridiculous looking security system covers your ride with an armadillo-like shell, protecting it from vandals and thieves.
Jean-Yves Blondeau has created a plastic suit equipped with 31 wheels allowing him to roll down streets at speeds up to 60 mph while switching positions at any time. (Thanks for the tip, Chris!)
The Ferdinand GT3 RS, aka the world’s slowest Porsche, has no engine so it’s quite the Fred Flintstone-style emission record breaker. This guy must get a ton of dates. Laugh out loud at 6:07.
German designer Frederik Podzuweit has created Music For Deaf People, a concept collar that uses electricity to transform sound into vibrations felt in the userâ€™s neck, shoulders and collarbone.
MTV’s upcoming 2010 Movie Awards marks the return of one of Tom Cruise’s Les Grossman. If you never saw Tropic Thunder, he’s the best part of the film. Here’s Les giving young Cruise some advice.
Vampires are in vogue, so it was only a matter of time before Lost Boys would rise from the crypt. Corey Feldman is back, and the trailer is good for a few unintentional(?) laughs. R.I.P. Corey Haim.
The only thing we’re wondering after watching Hugh Jackman’s funny/peculiar commercial for Lipton Iced Tea, which features Wolverine busting all kinds of moves, is what can he do with decaf?
Look back on all six seasons in this comprehensive Blu-ray set, which includes tons of bonus footage, and goodies like ‘Senet‘, the game Jakob and The Man in Black played. Ships 8/24/2010.
Last seen at the recent Anime L.A. show, this Star Wars CR-X mod is every bit as awesome as it looks. From Yoda in the passenger seat to R2-D2 riding in the trunk, it’s the ultimate geek ride.
Muppet and all-around patriotic bird Sam the Eagle takes on American Woman with plenty of passion, that is, until he discovers where The Guess Who actually hail from.
Here’s a terrific version of Howlâ€™s Moving Castle, meticulously crafted out of paper by the patient Ben Millet, who downloaded the pdf from a book and dedicated 72 hours to complete it.
Tyson Hesse’s short animated film revolves around a very special light switch that results in some unexpected consequences when it’s flicked on and off. Charming, well-animated, and funny.
Macedonian designer Dragan Trencevski has created the eRoll, a concept that could be the future of e-reading. The rollable, flexible screen in effect reduces the size of a book to a mere baton.
All our super-yachts should come with an 880-hp exotic sports car and a drive-out parking bay, right? We think so. The futuristic-looking boat’s 14,000 horses are nothing to sneeze at either.
Lather up and scrub off your game-sweat with this soap from Two Eggplants that looks just like an original Nintendo Game Boy. For some reason we couldn’t get our copy of Tetris to play on it.
The Lazarus Effect is proof that HIV can be treated and prevented from being passed from mother to child. It only costs $0.40 to provide a person with the proper medicine. Help by donating at (RED).
Developed by the University of Southern California, the LittleDog is just like its big brother, capable of walking over difficult terrain and obstacles both by design and by learning and adapting.
Who’d ever think of using a news program theme to create party music? That’s just what Aussie group Pendulum pulled off, turning the old ABC News Australia theme into a club banger.
The most bad ass utility vehicle we’ve ever seen, the 620i Special Edition adds extras like carbon fiber hood trims, 5-spoke wheel alloys and sport seats to the rugged 4WD 620i XUV. Golf, anyone?
Marty McFly had the coolest mode of transportation in Back to the Future II, but the hoverboard was never actually made. Artist Nils Guadagnin decided to make his own version for a recent exhibition.
The unattached balloon is sucked from behind and to the side of the fan; it’s inducement and entrainment of air at work, neatly demonstrated by the engineers at Dyson and their Air Multiplier fans.
Indie Game: The Movie, coming in Spring 2011, is a feature documentary about the human side of video games, video game developers and the connections between game and game-maker.
Remember Google’s incredible Chrome speed test video? The Opera guys thought they’d poke a little fun at Google’s slow-mo browser test with their own. The results may shock you. Or not.
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