The glowing red LED screams Cylon, but this Tony Stewart NASCAR Helmet has peaceful intentions; it’s actually a radio with a CD tray in place of the mouth and a flip-up visor.
Simultaneously cruel but a bit funny, this lopsided battle pits ALCNON, a 1.3 meter, 16 kg robot against a much smaller opponent; it’s like David vs. Goliath, minus the slingshot.
Day After Tomorrow’s Roland Emmerich is ending the world yet again with 2012; this teaser with some seriously screwed monks above really is just that: a teaser. Click here for plot spoilers!
Written by BBC beer correspondent (yes, they actually have one) Tim Hampson, The Beer Book is 352 sudsy pages that cover everything from history and types of beer to brewing techniques.
RED’s Scarlet/Epic is a modular, build-it-yourself camera system which allows you to shoot video from 3K @ 120FPS to 28K @ 30FPS and stills from 4.9 MP to a whopping 261 MP.
Coming soon: boutique watch maker NOOKA’s minimalist ZON is awash in a sea of LED pixels which count the time; also choose from a regular digital display or multiple timezones.
While MSI’s GX630 specs (AMD dual-core CPU, 4GB RAM, 512MB GeForce 9600M GT, HDMI out) are pretty impressive, this gaming laptop’s true forte is its price: it’ll cost you only $800.
Designed by legendary artist Michael Lau (check out his Kubrick figures here), Juno x Soft Hard is commemorative set based off Hong Kong celeb Juno Mak’s “Lam Man Lung” music video.
Forget coach class: the SkyCar is a bio-fueled flying car that will go from London to Timbuktu in January 2009. Above is the next gen sport model, which will be available in 2010.
With spinning saws aplenty, Grendizer is at the top of our awesome robots list: directed by Paolo Lamanna, the action-packed video above also has Cinema 4D outtakes at the end.
As if we hadn’t been sold long, long ago on Left 4 Dead, this minigun gameplay video is icing on the cake. Bloody, bloody icing with lots of carnage, but tasty icing nonetheless.
Bang & Olufsen’s BeoSound 5 is two-piece remote and music server for the well-heeled, with a 10.4″ LCD and a 500GB hard drive running an Apple Genius-like MOTS algorithm.
It won’t hit dealerships until at least 2010, but this video for BMW’s S1000RR superbike has us dreaming of knee-sliding laps around the track on its drool-inducing 1000cc engine.
Finally, the true story behind Donkey Kong: Occupational Hazard brings back memories of the Great Gorilla Escape of ’84, which ended thanks to the efforts of one heroic plumber.
With Mirror’s Edge out, players may experience a strange feeling of deja vu with this LBP mashup video; totalitarian governments are no match for the cutest runners on earth.
The E71’s little bro, Nokia’s E63 ditches aluminum for a reception-friendly plastic case; it’ll have quad-band GSM and dual-band UMTS, but no HSDPA limits its appeal to the US market.
With 1700 cubic inches and 8 storage areas, Slappa’s Aura Pro-Tour Backpack will haul just about anything; it’s made with durable ballistic nylon and has a detachable gear bag.
Check out these leaked pics while they last: they show off concept robots from upcoming Terminator prequel Salvation, including the precursor to Arnie Schwarzenegger’s model.
Cued to Daft Punk’s Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger and Around The World, this stop motion video perfectly illustrates London’s frenetic pace. Trip across the pond, anyone?
Han, old buddy, the flash-frozen look really suits you: this sweet 12″ Han Solo piece is made from polystone, not Carbonite, but it is suspended from the wall using a magnet and pin.
Timberland’s Abington 3-in-1 Poplin Coat is our kind of apparel: not only is it rugged, waterproof and warm, but it features an inner zip jacket as well as a hidden storm collar and hood.
Meet George Jetson: HOVERIT is a magnetic levitating lounger; to emphasize the effect, it’s made with clear acrylic and held in place with poles that double as armrests. Thanks, Mark!
It’s going straight to video, but Resident Evil: Degeneration and has piqued our interest with the first eight minutes above; after that, click here to watch the next three minutes.
It may look like a mini-Lite Brite, but Meggy Jr RGB is so much more: this Arduino-powered kit is essentially a hackable, open-source gaming platform with an 8×8 RGB LED display.
With a blingtastic design and price to match; V-MODA’s Vibe II Earbuds are made from stainless steel; they also feature fabric cables, gold-plated plugs, built-in mic and noise isolation.
EW has a first look at the redesigned Enterprise for J.J. Abrams’ upcoming Star Trek movie, and we like it; the biggest changes are to the secondary hull and warp nacelles.
After years of rooftop piloting, Snoopy’s dreams have finally come true: we’re rooting for the little guy, as he’s got his own WWI Flying Ace game with a 2010 release date.
Limited to 182, Wyler Geneve’s Dakar Rally chronograph commemorates the upcoming 2009 rally; it features an exotic tantulum suspension that shields the movement from shocks.
Those of us still waiting for a true Master of Orion successor should check out StarBaron; it’s a space-themed RTS that isn’t too complex, making it ideal for a lunch break romp.
Gibson’s Dark Fire is a swoonworthy Les Paul-style digital guitar with three pickups, Chameleon Tone tech, FireWire, Hex and MIDI out; it even self tunes 500x on a single charge.
Created for Saturn (think Best Buy for Germans), Evolution of Technology mixes robots and biology to explain survival of the fittest; apparently, we all evolve into hot, blue-skinned babes.
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