Bob Maddox’s sweet but ridiculously overpowered bicycle is getting put on the auction block–specifically the twin 50lb Pulsejet engines that propelled his own ride to 73 mph.
Coming soon to the iPhone 3G/3GS and available for the iPod Touch, WildCharge recharges your gadgets via induction; you’ll need to purchase a skin and WildCharger Pad.
Inspired by a 1950s design, the Clarks Desert Boot is definitely a unique fusion of new, old, and really old with ornate screen-printed black leather, a crepe sole and orange inner liner.
This Ghostwire trailer is as creepy as the game’s concept; you’ll use your DSi to hunt for EVPs (electronic voice phenomena) as it blends real-life with (hopefully) simulated ghosts.
New York-based HunterGatherer partners with Arkitip and Incase for an iPhone 3G/3GS slider case and 15″ MacBook Pro sleeve, both of which sport a sharp woodgrain pattern.
Tekken 6’s Limited Edition is a smorgasbord of goodies: you’ll get a wireless filght stick and artbook; Gamestop buyers will also get a Cardboard Tube Samurai courtesy Penny Arcade.
“Oh, crap!” moments are part of life, but an astronaut’s work is far from trivial–this Crack! t-shirt by Joshua Kemble illustrates both the sheer beauty and deadliness of space.
The Mini isn’t the newest kid on the block, but Josh D’s Wood iPod Mini gets a drool-worthy makeover; it’s made with Australian red cedar and a working Camphor Laurel clickwheel.
A hybrid of the KAWS Companion and Hajime Soroyama’s Future Mickey Mouse, the Soroyama Companion is a 13″ is fully posable with a metal finish; it’s due out 6/27 at Kawsone.com.
We may make fun of Chinese-built cars, but this Bumblebee Meet is worthy of praise: a convoy of black-striped yellow cars does a lap around Beijing in honor our favorite Autobot.
With comparisons to Being John Malkovich, Cold Souls is definitely not for everyone; starring Paul Giamatti as…Paul Giamatti, this trailer is part sci-fi, part neurotic introspection.
Designed for maximum versatility, PPS’ Prometheus Knife features a Tungsten DLC coating, four separate faces, and a large, guarded grip with twelve+ possible holding positions.
Most of us wouldn’t look too good with our innards bared, but the Nintendo DSi looks might fine with the Crystal series of XCM’s Eye Candy Shell; the full case is made with clear acrylic.
Gentlemen, your vacation has arrived: Thirsty Swagman offers tours that focus solely on great nightlife and watering holes, including a Round-the-World Pub Crawl. Thanks, Kenneth!
Flipside’s original RFID-shielded wallet gets sleeker, thinner and smaller: the Flipside 2 sports a redesigned button/lock mechanism, grippier card slots and comes in 3 colors.
ToneMatrix is a sinewave synthesizer with a series of triggered steps; confused? Just press the buttons and you’ll get what it is: a highly addictive music/noise app. Thanks, Mike!
Ulysse Nardin’s caseless, one-of-a-kind Freak Black Out watch is being sold at Only Watch 2009; it’s an auction of ultra-lux timepieces with proceeds going to Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Inglourious Basterds gets a second trailer which is even more irreverent than the first, albeit with some tidbits on the plot: it’s essentially an amped up version of Tom Cruise’s Valkyrie.
Powerline tech has been around for awhile, but Belkin’s Gigabit Powerline HD breaks the 200 Mbps barrier by five-fold with a blistering 1,000 Mbps through your home’s electrical wiring.
It looks like a Halo 3 screenshot, but this is actually a working desktop UI: the player indicators are program shortcuts, the radar displays temperature and ammo shows laptop battery life.
A remake of a 1953 style commissioned by J. Crew, Red Wing’s Iron Ranger Boots feature a leather insole with cork for comfort, Muleskinner leather upper and Goodyear welting.
In honor of the Mustang’s launch in 1964 and Lee Iacocca, this 45th Anniversary Mustang features a fastback bodykit, upgraded suspension, luxury interior and is limited to 45 cars.
The Story (so far) of Twitter is an infographic for mainstream media types seeking insight on the micro-blogging phenomenon; it stretches from Unix’s Talk in the 80s to the Twipocalypse.
T-Mobile’s all-touchscreen MyTouch 3G is finally official: it can be preordered starting 7/8 and will feature a 3.2″ touchscreen, Android 1.5, 3.2 MP camera and come in three colors.
We’re not sure you’d want to be flashing the Geek Hand Sign in south-central LA, but even coders and web-devs have their own subculture–except they tag code instead of walls.
We liked the navigable map of Shanghai, but we were really waiting for a Hong Kong Pixel Map; the island of Triad mafias, colonial influences and urban vinyl is a feast for the eyes.
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