Based off of the Jesus lizard, this Water Runner Robot is designed to move across the surface of water thanks to large, disc-shaped feet; next up: steering, and then world domination.
We’ve long since given up keeping track of all the various social sites out there, but we love what Namechk.com does: it checks 76 sites to see if your username is already taken.
This music video for PopCap’s Plants vs. Zombies has a Korean-pop girl band sound to it, but the lyrics are actually pretty funny; the undead might just have a shot at the music business.
You’d think with 17 pockets the ScotteVest Windbreaker had more than enough going for it, but it also features an integrated Personal Area Network (PAN) and folds up for easy storage.
This viral video for BMW’s Mini Cooper Clubman has CG written all over it, but we’re always up for auto acrobatics; the self awareness (“I think we’re in a viral!”) is a nice touch, too.
Dell’s Vostro 1320, 1520 and 1720 are their latest biz-oriented laptops; they include videoconference software as well as optional SSD, fingerprint reader and encrypted hard drives.
Debuting 4/30 in L.A., Turbo is a 20 minute short for a USC graduate thesis about a futuristic video game tournament; it was shot on a RED camera and produced by a four man team.
We’ve featured Tonium’s portable Pacemaker mixer for DJs before, but this recently released film still manages to get us pumped up despite its Euro-themed neon weirdness.
Longtime freelancer Scott Iseri has a cubicle now, but he isn’t going down without a fight: Scotty Got An Office Job is an ongoing series with him covertly sticking it to the man.
It’s not as powerful as the HPE700, but Hennessey’s HPE550 Camaro keeps the aggressive styling of its big bro while upping output to 562 hp and 556 lb-ft torque, with a 0-60 of 3.9s.
An evolution of Dainese’s motorcyclist-oriented Wave Safety Jacket, the V Neck Wave Jacket increases neck cervical support, thereby protecting against wind and jerky movement.
We still don’t know what the acronym stands for, but Star Trek: DAC at least has several new tantalizing gameplay screens for us to chew on; do we detect the faint aroma of Netrek?
It’s currently limited to movie posters, but Nokia’s Point & Find hopes to make real-world metadata accessible by pointing a phone at an object and using GPS and internet access.
Designed for jetsetters with a taste for supercars, Breitling’s Bentley Motors watch features a highly accurate 30s chronograph and a variable tachometer that measure average speed.
Sporting the police imposter outfit from The Dark Knight, this MMSDX Joker is so-named for the creepily realistic eyes which actually roll and are detailed down to the translucent iris.
Available for less than the cost of a fisheye lens, SuperHeadz’ Demekin Fisheye 110 is a tiny 2″x2″x2″ camera with 1/100 shutter speed, f/8.9 wide angle aperture and 1:13.5 lens.
It may sound like Pokemon but Curve Studios’ Explodemon! is more like MegaMan; it’s a 2.5D action platformer which uses–you guessed it–explosions as its chief game mechanic.
It’s been in Supermandolini’s store for some time, but these Golden Track coasters are a must for any racing fans; the set of six 9x9cm coasters assembles into a toy racetrack.
We’ve featured Tyvek apparel in the past, but Stone Island’s Iridescent Hooded Jacket literally lets the lightweight (yet) durable material shine; it also sports a mesh lining for warmth.
Whatever your bike–road, mountain or BMX–Spoke POV lets you customize your wheel using 30 LEDs; you’ll get a kit with software for using your own bitmap images.
At some point we’ll tire of all these Dark Athena trailers, but not today: Enemies of Riddick is a nice rundown of the games chief’s baddies, with some satisfying payback at the end.
Developed with affordability in mind, HTC’s Snap is a smartphone running Win Mo 6.1, a 2.4″ screen, HSDPA connectivity, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth; it’ll arrive in the US this summer.
You know we’ve got too many superheroes (and villains) running around with this Hall of Cliche Super Heroes tee; you’ll find just about every archetype, from vigilante cop to gimmicky pet.
Our April Fools top picks: Gmail Autopilot, Qualcomm R&D, Expedia’s flight to Mars, Thinkgeek’s Portal Tee, Xbox 360’s Alpine Legend, the Palm Post and a Confickered Gizmodo.
Two years in the making, Meet Meline is an independent short film by Virginie and Sebastien; the trailer above is short, but we’re impressed by how atmospheric it feels.
Samsung’s Instinct S30 is the successor to the original Instinct; beyond its curvier, more stylish looks, it’ll also feature a larger 3.2″ touchscreen when it debuts with Sprint April 19th.
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