Gothamites will definitely like this massive gallery of historical black & white New York City photos; it’s a trip down memory lane that shows just how much has changed in the Big Apple.
Anybody up for a game of Speed Jenga? This home-made wooden pistol uses a rubber band to snap a bolt into a tower, fast enough to eject bricks without toppling (usually).
Bicycles and cars don’t always get along, so this Bikefish t-shirt by District Cotton is sure to elicit laughs from fellow pedal pushers; run, little Hummer! PS – see if you can spot ET.
Phone consolidator GrandCentral is back, this time as Google Voice; it’s still not available to the public, but has been retooled to be an email inbox for voicemail messages.
Be still, our 8- and 16-bit hearts: DesktopGaming is a great collection of desktop wallpapers from classics such as Super Mario Bros, Mega Man and Sonic the Hedgehog.
Besides swearing in a new president, the Inauguration was also witness to a massive human wave, courtesy Garth Brooks, “Shout” and speakers purposely delayed to minimize echoes.
It’s not the most groundbreaking PMP, but Samsung’s YP-Q2 gives a good 50 hours of playback in a slick case; a 2.4″ screen, mic, up to 16GB of storage, and FM radio round it out.
Sam Raimi returns to his horror roots with Drag Me To Hell; the plot is quirky, yet timely: it’s about a woman who places a curse on a loan officer for refusing to extend her mortgage.
The result of four years of development, Nike’s SFB Tactical Boot is an ultra-lightweight, fast-drying boot with puncture protection, increased traction and no break-in time.
In celebration of the Jewish holiday of Purim, the crew at FLIX forces their intern to go through six YouTube classics in two minutes; Star Wars Kid never fails to make us laugh.
Nokia’s 5330 XpressMusic is a sliderphone with an “edgy, top-sliced design” that’s not half bad looking; it also includes side touch keys, a 3.5mm jack and 26 hours of playback.
It’s no secret that Homer is a bit of a klutz, but this montage of his most painful moments from various Simpsons episodes is a hilarious trip down memory lane; doh!
The UK government is offering Land Rover roughly $37 million USD to bring the its successful LRX concept to market; it’ll be a two-door turbodiesel hybrid with a 2.0L engine.
This six-ton Tmsuk T-52 Enryu robot translates to “rescue dragon;” a pair of arms can each lift 1100 pounds, ideal for earthquake and accident rescue ops (or taking out deranged cyborgs).
Nerdbots’ Giant Eco t-shirt is a more affordable (and wearable) alternative to their cool, but expensive found object robots; it’s a two-color screenprint on an AA blue striped tee.
It’s titled Weapons & Vehicles, but this trailer for Red Faction: Guerilla really should be called Freaking Awesome Explosions; we’re most excited about the way buildings disintegrate.
Holy crap, there goes our morning: keyboard-operated iDaft takes samples from “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” and turns you into a virtual Daft Punk; too bad there’s no record.
Billed as the highest capacity pocket drive on the market, Apricorn’s Aegis Mini is a 1.8″ hard drive that weighs just 3.7 oz, yet can hold up to 240GB; choose from USB and FireWire.
Five models and three colorways comprise the Puma Winner Pack, coming to retailers in March; you’ll get everything from slip-ons to runners in your choice of gold, black or white.
Outside Blog has a video up with some sweet airtime (and spectacular crashes) from the Salomon Extreme Freeride Championships in Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico on March 7th.
NYC-based No Mas’ Finisher Bags are a throwback to old-school sport: over 200 bags are made from vintage Starter jackets; each is handmade and unique. Thanks, Random Objects!
Based on existing capacitive panels, Mitsubishi’s 3D Touch is targeted towards the mobile market; it’s a 5.7″ screen which senses a finger’s distance and speed without physical contact.
The Bulldog RC Rider is a 1:3 scale monster truck that also happens to be rideable with a pair of flip-up handles, converting it into a mini-ATV with a 110cc engine and disc brakes.
Philip’s Xenium X530 may be light on features, but it’s swank: the entry level flip phone features a 1″ external OLED, 2.2″ internal display, GSM/EDGE, 2MP camera and music player.
The Wii has been hurting for a good FPS, but this Conspiracy Trailer for The Conduit looks solid: the story is about an alien invasion of Washington, D.C. via the eponymous Conduits.
Klipsch isn’t known for kow-towing to the budget crowd, but their new in-ear S2 and S4 earphones do exactly that: less complex moving coil drivers and a larger enclosure keep costs down.
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