TFAW.com is having an incredible 50% off sale for their Star Wars Kotobukiya vinyl statues; to get the discounted price, click on the various 50% off coupons or enter SWKOTOS at checkout.
Chop Shop’s latest t-shirt continues their line of music-themed apparel; this one is our favorite so far, shaped like a guitar and featuring 21 rock and punk celebs from the 1970s.
Manchester United fans, your watch has come: Hublot’s Red Devil Bang sports a red and yellow colorway on a black ceramic case; the 45 min. timer equals a soccer match half.
Lord of the Rings: Conquest is coming early January and this trailer has us itching to kick Balrog butt. Impressive: they’ve squeezed in nearly every major LOTR character into this video.
Looking like a dumbbell and weighing only 1 lb, the Recon Scout is actually a remote controlled robot with a built-in camera that SWAT teams can chuck into hostile environments.
Above is a goofy lip-synched a capella video by Corey Vidal, done to John William themes including Star Wars and Indiana Jones; it was done with the original singers’ blessing.
With a 3.8″ 1024×480 touchscreen that rivals that of netbooks, Sharp’s Aquos Fulltouch is arguably the world’s highest res cellphone; it also sports a 5.2 MP camera and 3G speeds.
Hammy soundbites aside, Global Agenda has piqued our interest; it’s a near-future “spy-fi” MMO that’s built on Unreal Engine 3 and focuses on advanced tech and covert abilities.
We’re only just getting acquainted with Claudio Sanchez’s Kill Audio vinyls; available in three versions, “Bloody” is our top pick and soaked in crimson goodness: DO WANT.
Don’t get any ideas about going on a roadtrip with the Fuoss 01; it tops out at 90 mph, but with a low center of gravity and 660 lb curb weight, it’s plenty of fun to fling around the track.
A hot chick in peril, blood splatters and a cool tee: yup, it’s Halloween. Akumu Ink’s gritty clothing has a special resonance today, and this Of Horror t-shirt is definitely our top pick.
Chances are if you run Ubuntu you already know, but 8.10 (“Intrepid Ibex”) is now available; chief amongst its features is 3G support, the Linux 2.6.27 kernel, and Samba 3.2.3.
We’ve personally dressed as a skeleton, a ghost and a pumpkin for Halloween, but this mecha costume is just plain awesome. The kid wanted to be a robot, and his dad absolutely delivered.
This gilded flint-lock pistol is the real deal; made by Giuseppe Merli in 1818, it’s inscribed in Russian with “Grosnaia Fortress”, part of a 19th century Maginot Line in the Caucasus.
If you’re a steampunk fan, Gatheryn is your MMO: think Jules Verne mixed with the casual atmosphere of Second Life, which means lots of wrought iron and no PVPing when it launches in 2009.
Mixing a bit of the old with the new, Sanyo’s R227 tabletop radio gets FM tunes as well as internet stations and podcasts via Wi-Fi or ethernet; there’s also an input for your iPod/mp3 player.
Evil Mad Scientist Labs recently discovered that LEGO minifigs perfectly fit 5mm LEDs; the result: freaky, glowing versions of Sleepy Hollow’s Headless Horseman and radioactive ghouls.
These retro German Goggles have mad scientist written all over them; they’re actually functional, with an adjustable strap and scratch-resistant safety glass that unscrews for easy cleaning.
Only Dr. Romanelli could pull off hunter’s plaid with merino: these reconstructed jackets mix outdoor elements with more upscale materials; they’re available at HUF LA and SF.
The Gloaming is an atmospheric and creepy short that makes us seriously reconsider long nights at the office; it’s directed by USC student Andrew Huang and stars Randall Rickert.
It’s the zombie apocalypse, and we’ll be damned if we don’t get a few bites in: this stylish, fast-paced Left 4 Dead TV spot is a checklist of the co-op brawler’s braintastic features.
Obi Wan paging Leia: RealFiction’s Dreamoc projects holograms that appear to interact with real objects; in other words, the cellphone above is only for aesthetic purposes. Thanks, Alex!
If you’re itching as much as we are to see Quantum of Solace, ReelzChannel has posted seven short clips which include two vehicle chases, one explosion and plenty of Olga Kurylenko hotness.
If you rely on a daily java fix to get by, Handpresso is a portable handheld espresso maker that generates 16 bar pressure and holds 50 ml of water; it relies on single serving pods.
Stuck with a carving knife and a blank pumpkin? PumpkinGutter.com has plenty of ideas. This year’s picks include Boba Fett, Iron Man, and the Imperial Stormpumpkin. Thanks, M!
If Dell’s XPS One left you wanting for power, the XPS One 24 answers with a 1080p 24″ screen, Q8200 quad core CPU, 4GB RAM standard and optional GeForce 9600M GT video card.
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