Wondering what that gigantic wheeled robot was from the Transformers: RoTF trailer was? It’s apparently Demolishor, a Terex RH400 Excavator and the torso of Devastator.
Based on the mailbags used by the USPS from 1868 to the 1970s, this J. Crew Limited Edition Postal Bag is designed to improve with age; it’s hand-stained, oiled and burnished.
The HTC Magic is the second Google phone; it ditches the G1’s physical keyboard for a 3.2″ touchscreen, thereby reducing thickness; at the moment, it’s only for European users.
They only exist as renders, but we hope Erick Sakal’s Another Long Chair gets made; the organic, segmented design an anodized aluminum slats put cheap patio furniture to shame.
Hyundai has been making remarkable strides catching up with the big nameplates, and their flagship Equus caps off this effort with a long wheelbase and 5.0L V8 that makes 420 hp.
Bart Got A Room is a coming of age comedy, minus the irritatingly beautiful teens; instead, you get a loser kid, a sexaholic dad and a mom who books a hotel room for her kid out of pity.
Canon’s Powershot SX1 is their powerhouse ultrazoom, with a 10MP CMOS sensor, 20X optical zoom, manual focus, 2.8″ TFT LCD screen and HDMI output; it’ll be available 4/09.
With a giant 3.7″ touchscreen, 8MP camera that does 720p, HD video out, and 16GB storage in a 12.7mm thick body, the OmniaHD is calling to us (by video, since it does that, too).
Directed by Daniel Leeb and sponsored by Hutchinson tires, It’s Your Ride follows two urban bicyclists as they meander throughout the city; he used a Varicam with 35mm Zeiss lenses.
Full Bleed has released Series 8 of their fresh vector tees; we like the bright, basic colors used in this batch, which mix sharp graphics with subtle psychological and political themes.
Claiming to be the world’s fastest car is a perpetual game of catch-up, but this customized Maxximus G-Force Ultima GTR takes the cake with 1600hp and a 0-60 of 2.1s.
Put those dramamine pills away: above is the official, non-shaky cam trailer for Transformers 2. It expands on the teaser, with more robots, more boom, and more holy awesome.
Superficially a sliderless version of the E75, the candybar Nokia E55 features a half-QWERTY keyboard, 2.4″ QVGA screen, 3G, and 2GB MicroSD card; it measures only 9.9mm thick.
The Space Game is a simpler, space-going version of Harvest, both of which are a variant of Tower Defense style games that rely on energy relays and resource extraction.
A pair of mirror-imaged, omnidirectional arrays and a quartet of 12″ bass drivers make up these gorgeous MBL 101 X-treme speakers, which faintly resemble Federation warp cores.
Remember the Edge cellphone concept? LG was apparently cooking up the real deal with the GD900, which features a glowing transparent sliding keypad; it’ll be out in late 2009.
A steampunkish, tragic take on the search for the Fountain of Youth, Tyson Ibele’s Hemlock is an animated short film filled with spastic, unnerving energy and excellent sound effects.
It’s largely an exercise in brand loyalty, but Another Round Flask is a must for OBEY fans; this pocketable curved flask is laser etched with a Sanskrit-ized logo and Taj Mahal graphic.
Alternate reality Cold War RTS World in Conflict is getting an expansion pack called Soviet Assault; the Berlin 1989 trailer above is finely capped off with the voice acting of Alec Baldwin.
For DJs who want to scratch on the go, Samsung’s BEAT DJ and BEAT Disc both feature Bang & Olefson amps; the DJ gets a 2.8″ AMOLED screen while the Disc gets a slide-out keypad.
Don’t live near NYC? DVICE has a nice roundup of the best products at the 2009 New York Toy Fair; among our favorites are a touch sensitive Rubik’s Cube and pedal-powered scooter.
Casio’s latest updates to its solar-powered Edifice watches have a definite motor sports theme, with the EQW-M1000 sporting a disc brake window; time is synced via radio.
Theo Janssen’s kinetic robots continue to influence actual products; this Walker by VEX Electronics looks like an SG1 Replicator with its sea of legs and single gripping claw.
Winner of the CES ’07 Innovation Award, the Powerstick is a portable USB charger that works with cellphones, MP3 players, digital cameras and stops charging once it’s full to save energy.
Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection compiles over 40 classic titles from the Sega Genesis era and spit shines them with an HD polish; it’s available now for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Nike’s Pro Combat is a line of form-fitting fabrics made with dual density foam that absorbs and disperses impacts, provides insulation and ventilation, and minimizes direct friction.
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