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.
Proof that even stodgy socialists needed to get their button mashing on: if you’re in Moscow, visit the Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines; it’s filled with 37 machines from the 70s and 80s.
Re~Cycle collects second-hand bicycles and ships them to Africa, where they can be used as personal transport, ambulances and more; donate a bike if you’re in the UK, or money elsewhere.
JeanRichard’s Brutale watch gets a Chronoscope edition; produced with Italian motorcycle maker MV Agusta, it sports a carbon fiber dial, bike-inspired counters and rubber case.
With only a few days before it shows in theaters, this latest clip from Transformers 2 shows Sam turning his kitchen into a robotic version of Gremlins; the film comes out 6/24.
A modern interpretation of the classic childhood counting mnemonic, this Mississippi Clock is both goofy and sophisticated, with clean, modern lines and densely packed writing.
Wii-only shooter The Conduit launches June 23; check out this DC/Launch Trailer, which mixes energy weapons and Washington’s greatest landmarks (with predictable results).
Perfect for graffiti artists who have moved onto more profitable (and legal) pastures, Fat Cap Chairs are giant spray can cap-style seats; they’re available to order in two styles.
SFI and Formula One-approved, Oakley’s Race Boot maximizes tactile response on pedals; it’s also made with flame-resistant CarbonX lining and self-extinguishing split suede.
Wearing a full-sized Marshall amp on your waist is a surefire way to break your back, but this Mini Guitar Amp is designed for portability; it runs on a 9V battery and includes a belt clip.
Yanks will have to wait for ArmA II, but this UK Launch Trailer should tide us over for now: with no scripts, preset pathways or outcomes, it could be pure genius or utter disaster.
Cassius’ Slate Le Corbusier shades feature black gradient CR-39 acetate lenses–the most scratch resistant uncoated optical plastic; also: engraved Cassius logo at the sides.
This 1:6 Godfather Figure is an offer we can’t refuse: a Sideshow exclusive, it’s a 12″ replica of Don Vito Corleone (played by Marlon Brando) and includes his chair, cat and glasses.
In honor of this Father’s Day, we present to you ManBabies.com: sure, the premise is simple to the point of stupid, but we dare you not to laugh at these father-son odd couples.
One of the most comfortable writing tools ever, Kaweco’s AL Sport Aluminum Pencil is unibody like a MacBook; it’s made from one solid aluminum with a finished, anodized surface.
The Stig, Top Gear’s enigmatic stunt driver, is finally revealed to the world in the video above. We won’t spoil you with his/her identity, other than that it’s a great day to be an F1 fan.
Created in 2007 by students Johann Henkel and Andi Kern, the Cue VJ is a 15.4″ touchscreen tablet with a linear knob/fader; updated for 2009, we’d recommend a multi-touch UI.
Garmin’s new Foretrex 301/401 is rugged, wearable GPS navigators that work in heavy tree cover or deep canyons; they also sport TracBack, which takes you back to where you started.
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