Coming soon to AT&T, the Nokia E71x is a full QWERTY smartphone with 3G connectivity, one-way video calling, Wi-Fi and built-in GPS; it measures only 10mm thick.
Bendito Machine is an ongoing series of awesome flash shorts by Spanish illustrator Jossie Malis; it centers around the lives of tribesfolk and their encounters with technology.
Harry Winston’s Opus 9 takes complications to even ritzier heights with parallel chains that tell the time; they’re made with calibrated baguette-cut diamonds and a mandarin garnet.
Skype’s long-overdue official app for the iPhone is a reality today (with Blackberry in May), but it comes with a catch: you’ll only be able to use it over Wi-Fi, so no 3G or EDGE calls.
This Metal Gear Solid 4 video starts off like any other, at least until God himself (aka Hideo Kojima) appears and proceeds to get super-stealthy awesome on the streets of San Francisco.
Available for presale, this Game Over t-shirt shows the Mario brothers in their golden years; shuffleboard with Koopa shells and Bowser on an IV drip, who woulda thunkit? Thanks, John!
If babies and U.S. presidents twitter, why not houseplants? Botanicalls is a DIY Arduino-powered kit with a moisture sensor that tweets via Wi-Fi everytime you forget to water.
Gametap’s Re\Visioned series is back in a big way with six brilliant animated shorts that reimagine classic Atari 2600 games including Pitfall, Pressure Cooker and Cosmic Ark.
Ulysse Nardin’s Planet Earth desk clock is for geocentric folks who need a sense of place as well as time; it shows the position of the Sun, Moon and fixed stars in relation to Earth.
New for Cricket Wireless, Motorola’s Evoke QA4 is like a cheaper Palm Pre; it sports a 2.8″ touchscreen, slide-out keypad, Bluetooth and full HTML browser, but ditches 3G for EVDO.
Fans of the first Matrix, it’s time to choose: The Matrix 10th Anniversary includes the movie on Blu-ray, a 37 page book, and numerous commentaries, featurettes and trailers.
Teased for months but now available for Incase’s Spring 2009 line, the EO collection of travel bags feature a “NanoSphere” self-cleaning fabric that is water, dirt and oil repellent.
Super’s bold Ciccio line is getting a swank Jaquard tortoise shell colorway; extra chunky and strong, each frame comes with high-quality clear Zeiss lens with 100% UV protection.
The Lost Tribes of New York City is a quirky, somewhat funny short; it takes common urban objects such as payphones and animates them to the voices of real New Yorkers.
An evolved Samsung Propel, the Propel Pro keeps its predecessor’s sliding QWERTY form factor but adds a 3MP camera, microSDHC slot, new joystick, stereo Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
Post-apocalyptic MMORPG Fallen Earth had literally fallen off the earth for us, but this recent trailer shows they’re alive and kicking; no release date yet, but watch the other videos here.
Get your mad scientist groove on with these custom steampunk goggles; they feature a five lens system that includes a large flip down magnifier and two smaller flip downs on either side.
The Boston Globe has a sweet collection of before and after Earth Hour 2009 photos from cities including Paris, Shanghai and Las Vegas; click the images to watch the lights go off.
This magnificent HD video of the International Space Station was shot by the Discovery on a fly-by; the ISS is now the second brightest object in the night sky thanks to new solar panels.
Other than a single red pusher, Blancpain’s Super Trofeo is a classy, understated watch–the latter of which is remarkable since it’s a collab with the normally flashy Lamborghini.
Incredibly grotesque yet awe-inspiring, Kenji Yanobe’s Giant Torayan robot is a 24 foot tall robo-baby sculpture that breathes fire and sings; it’s on display in Tokyo’s Roppongi district.
Manhattan’s famous flying rats are finally getting their own t-shirt: Pigeons Love NY is a simple, slightly messy ode to the Big Apple’s most reviled (yet ubiquitous) feathered denizens.
Part aircraft, part Formula 1 car and part racing yacht, the Ecotricity Greenbird recently broke the world land speed record; it’s the fastest wind-powered land vehicle at 126.1 mph.
Natuzzi’s Sound Armchair not only looks like primo bachelor pad decor but “sounds” like it too, with a pair of hidden speakers and minijack audio input; choose from over 150 colors.
It’s not top-shelf machinima, but we’re still floored by Halo: All I Play-Oh; it’s a music video by Usethefork set to Jude Kelley and Dan Amrich’s Halo parody of RHCP’s Snow.
The Toffee Slim is a vertically-oriented laptop bag that’s definitely a snug fit, which isn’t too out of line for its intended passenger: MacBooks, MacBook Airs and other 13.3″ laptops.
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