The Space Station has had Internet access for less than a month but astronaut Soichi Noguchi is already beaming back tweets and twitpics of Earth from his (very high) vantage point.
Axe Cop is our new favorite web comic: written by Ethan Nicolle and his 5-year old son Malachai, it includes unicorn babies, one-eyed robots, avocado soldiers, and a man-eating snowman.
The Markham Console Bar’s weathered pine trestle base makes it a solid man cave choice; it features a recessed bottle trough, hidden tool drawer, and cast-iron towel bar and bottle opener.
There are quite a few uncanny valley moments in this Mall Gameplay video, but Heavy Rain still has us mesmerized by the game’s unique contextual UI and sheer immersiveness.
The ergonomics will keep you from having a ball with the SPHEREtouch, but at least its looks match its price; it’s a stainless steel dual-button mouse with platinum, titanium, or satin dinishes.
YouTube user cat2525jp’s Tokyo Sky Drive truly trips the light fantastic; it’s actually a ride on Tokyo’s elevated Yurikamome line filmed on a Sony XR500V that’s vertically flipped.
If you’ve got zombies clawing at your door, go out in style with a Brain Freeze Ice Cube Tray; the four frigid brains it makes may not be to their taste, but at least they’ll like the limb and tonic.
Ong Bak 3 won’t arrive stateside for awhile, but Ong Bak 2 is now out on DVD, Blu-ray, and as a two-disc Collector’s Edition; the latter includes behind the scenes and making of featurettes.
Obey’s Iggy Jacket brings a military staple to Spring with light weight dry-way poplin; shoulder epaulets and a metal badge complete the M-65 look, but it also sports a hidden zip hood.
Directed by Edouard Salier, Splitting the Atom is the jaw-dropping (and floppy-eared) capture of a single moment; it’s set to the same-named album by trip-hop group Massive Attack.
Breitling’s Colt GMT+ adds a second time zone via an extra hour hand; the diver’s watch features a 41.3mm stainless steel case and a whopping 500 meters of water resistance.
The more we see Just Cause 2 the more we realize it’s GTA with crazier physics, but that’s not a bad thing; this trailer is about freedom, alright: the freedom to be creatively destructive.
Go green (and fast) with Horizon’s H-Cell 2.0, which converts RC electric cars, robots, and boats to run on hydrogen; refill using Hydrostik cartridges or via a Hydrofill refueling station.
Look, we’re fine with the length of our blade, but this Natural Sword Enhancement trailer for 3D Dot Game Heroes does make a big point; it arrives stateside on the PS3 5/11/2010.
Built for speed, Baum’s new Cubano Road Bike features butted and formed titanium tubing with 6/4 Ti dropouts and a 1×9 setup; available with a traditional or semi-sloping top tube.
Being the loser in the console wars is hard, but Sonic & Mario’s Awkward Reunion shows that even Sonic can’t outrun his own failure; we wouldn’t blame him if he curled up into a ball.
A battlestation mortgage, a fleet of Star Destroyers, and now this: this Paternity T-shirt depicts the last thing Vader needs, but at least he gets to change diapers with The Force.
Lady Luck (or the neon lights) must be shining down on Sin City, because it seems to be faring quite well in this teaser for Fallout: New Vegas; the game is due out Fall 2010.
Daft Punk, eat your heart out: NASA and GM’s Robonaut2 is designed to work safely alongside people in space and auto plants with faster and more dexterous hands than previous robots.
If you thought Aliens vs. Predator’s Survival Mode was intense, this Infestation Mode trailer is filled with spine-tingling, chest-bursting mayhem as aliens “convert” marines into allies.
The 14.2MP Coolpix S8000 is Nikon’s flagship compact with looks to match; the slimmest camera in its class, it boasts 10x wide angle optical zoom, 720p video, and 4-way image stabilization.
OneRepublic pays its patriotic dues with a hymn to the Republic in Too Late To Apologize: A Declaration; it’s a brilliant–even revolutionary–parody of “Apologize”. Thanks, Whitney!
Vyrus’ 987 C3 4VV is the world’s most powerful production motorcycle; the hub-center steering superbike weighs 348 lbs. yet cranks out 211 bhp with a supercharged 1098R Ducati engine.
A netbook-friendly version of the No 10 M, Palmer & Sons’ Leather Gladstone No 10 XS may be small but remains premium with 10 oz. leather, brass rivets, and hardwood top rails.
Ricoh’s CX3 updates its CX2 with a 10 MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor, enhanced noise reduction, 16:9 aspect ratio mode, 720p video at 30 fps, and a quiet, no-flash pet mode.
The lack of words only adds to the haunting visuals in this Red Hill trailer; it takes No Country for Old Men, gives it a Old West spit-shine, and sends it down under to high-country Australia.
Rebellion’s Predator is its first round-case watch but stays true to the brand with race car inspired parts; it sports a honeycomb dial, logo-shaped screws, and chronograph counters.
The Onion celebrates a Packers fan’s return to drinking for the umpteenth time (not unlike another repeat-retiree); not bad for someone who confuses passing yards with passing out.
Michelangelo goes cowabunga-kick-ass with this fantastic 12″ polystone comiquette; he’s based on the comics (hence the red bandana), but you can get the orange variant here.
Meet Anders, aka Alistair with lightning bolts: the mage will join your party in Dragon Age’s Awakening expansion and not only shares his sense of humor but sounds like him, too.
Nikon pitches its hat into the superzoom ring with the Coolpix P100; it boasts a low-light friendly 10.3MP CMOS sensor, 26x optical zoom, 3″ tilt LCD, and 1080p @ 30fps video recording.
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