Vans’ classic slip-ons are getting a limited Syndicate line edition; designed for fixie rides and skaters, it features a stiff-plate between the soles and a triple-stitched Ceraprene toe box.
Wood is good, or at least that’s what Waldmeister Bikes wants you to believe; beyond the swoopy profile, each bicycle frame is made with PEFC-certified woods from a German forest.
If your workplace insists on shirts and ties, these Classic Video Game Ties let you flaunt your 8-bit gamer cred while adhering to dress code; the Asteroids tie won’t even raise an eyebrow.
Amazon’s Kindle 2 is official: 0.36″ thick, 10.2 oz, 25% longer battery life, 20% faster page turning, text-to-speech, 7x storage, and a five-way controller for easier skimming; ships 2/24.
While most of their hardcore fans are getting a little bit gray, this KISS Kubricks 4-pack gives the tongue-wagging heavy metal band a block-style makeover; it should ship this month.
The Logitech Harmony 1100 uber-universal remote is now up at Newegg; you’ll get a customizable 3.5″ touchscreen, infrared+RF, black aluminum body and support for up to 225k devices.
Like a backwards version of Tetris, Totem Destroyer 2 tasks you with exploding blocks to move a breakable totem to the ground; it’s not for the trigger happy, however, as patience is key.
With Snoop Dogg, Penn Jillette and Seth MacFarlane, Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder promises to take the series out with a bang; it’s the last of four straight-to-DVD movies.
Linde Werdelin’s SpidoLite sports a partially skeletonised titanium case that not only reveals its 1970s automatic movement but reduces weight, making it an ideal luxury sports watch.
Make no illusions: Splatterhouse is a gory, gory remake with grotesque monsters, nightmarish levels, and a hockey-masked protagonist who has a propensity for losing limbs.
At only $249, Dell’s Mini 9n is pretty cheap, even for a mini-notebook; you’ll be running Ubuntu with only 512MB RAM and no webcam, but it’s available with no strings attached.
Jane Austen is clawing her way out of her grave: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies somehow blends witty repartee, blood-soaked battlefields and hordes of flesh-eating undead. Thanks, Kyle!
Perfection is only a click away with Guitar: Impossible; he uses the miracle of video editing, over 1,000 cuts and 6 hours of tabbing to make a perfect, if staccato-ey rendition of Mozart.
Leaked by LG, details for their Arena KM900 cellphone are sparse; it’s obviously a touchphone a-la-iPhone with an “S-Class 3D interface” and will be announced officially on 2/16.
Somebody get artist Mike Rivamonte a movie studio right now; his retro-styled robots each manage to have a personality all their own, perfect for the next animated short film.
Granted, it’s sophomoric to the extreme, but this Homer Simpson Clock features rotating eyes that follow a nice cool Duff all day long; now if only they’d hook up a donut clock, doh!
If you’ve been wondering how FEAR 2 ties into the original game’s storyline, the trailer above fills in the blanks; with Alma unleashed, things go from badly wrong to horribly wrong.
This Antares Bulldozer Concept by Mike Turner has us wishing our Tonka trucks were half as cool; it features electroactive polymer wheels which can change shape and size.
8-player deathmatches, in-game cash for upgrades and air battles over Chicago: this preview for H.A.W.X. outlines the basic plot as well as goes into detail explaining game mechanics.
This R2D2 Projector is on the Light Side of The Force, with 1500 lumens, up to 260″ pics at 1024×768; a 20W speaker, CD/DVD player and Millenium Falcon remote. Thanks, Joe!
Alright, so sue us for saying “da mouse is in da house,” but this BLOC28 Mickey Mouse x New Era 59Fifty fitted set is too tempting to resist; limited to 500 sets via Span of Sunset.
Yeah, it’s a pretty short video, and yeah, it’s about the game (not the movie), but this Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen teaser scores major points for being narrated by the voice of Prime.
Absolutely sick white and grey stitching of past kicks on this pair of Air Jordan Dub Zeros; the illustrations perfectly contrast with the black patent leather and hot laser blue accents.
Think “Attack of the Clones” with Exactitudes; it’s an ongoing series of photos that shows the more we try to look unique, the more we conform to certain dress codes. Thanks, Vitor!
Mixing clips from the movie, this Ghostbusters Rule 2 trailer is less about the actual rule (“Don’t look directly into the trap!”) and more about showing off those amazing energy streams.
We’ve heard about MIT’s Sixth Sense device, but didn’t “get it” until Wired posted this video; it’s a camera and projector that uses the internet to act as a real-world, real-time assistant.
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