Spider-Man Launch Trailer

Spider-Man Launch Trailer

While the SHIELD trailer was goofy, this launch trailer for Spider-Man: WoS is flat-out emo cued to Moonlight Sonata. The enemies and overall plot look plenty badass, however.

Dead Shred T-shirt

Dead Shred T-shirt

When not guarding Egyptian tombs, Mummies apparently enjoy doing ollies; this Dead Shred t-shirt may be gaudy in purple, but we’ll make an exception for our bandaged friends.

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Concept: Venturi Volage

Concept: Venturi Volage

Debuting in Paris, the Venturi Volage is a 295hp all-electric roadster that goes from 0-60 in less than 5s and sports independently powered wheels; it’ll begin production in 2012.

Pantech Matrix Cellphone

Pantech Matrix Cellphone

Exclusive to AT&T, the Pantech Matrix has a unique dual-sliding keyboard: QWERTY horizontally, a number pad vertically. It’s also 3G enabled with Bluetooth and A-GPS.

Free: Dogfight 2

Free: Dogfight 2

It takes awhile to load, but Dogfight 2 is worth the wait. This freebie by Rock Solid Arcade is a beautifully rendered WW1 biplane shooter, with 25 missions and bonuses for ace flying.

MK2 Circuit Watch

MK2 Circuit Watch

Storm’s MK 2 Circuit watch barely resembles a timepiece, with a sleek, futuristic stainless steel band and case and an LED time display; available in four variants (slate is above).

Trailer: Patapon 2

Trailer: Patapon 2

There’s something about this Patapon 2 trailer that gets us giddy in a let’s go crazy and demolish everything way. It’s coming to the PSP in Japan in November; no word on a US release.

Acer Aspire X3200 HTPC

Acer Aspire X3200 HTPC

Blu-Ray just got a lot more affordable: Acer’s Aspire X3200 HTPC squeezes in a Blu-Ray drive alongside a 2.1GHz AMD CPU, 4GB RAM and a 640 GB HDD, all for only $680.

V-CUBE

V-CUBE

If you’ve outgrown your Rubik’s Cube, V-CUBE uses right angle conical surfaces to up the ante with 5x5x5, 6x6x6, and 7x7x7 variants; there’s even a monster 11x11x11 on the way.

Taipan Skin

Taipan Skin

Got a new MacBook? Booq’s Taipan Skins are a line of sleeves for everything from the Air to the 17″ model. They’re made with 3mm neoprene with a non-scratch jersey trim.

Shelby Slot Car Racetrack

Shelby Slot Car Racetrack

If a real (or replica) Shelby is out of your budget, this indoor Shelby Slot Car Racetrack should tide you over with 64 feet of track and miniature versions of the 1964 Le Mans Daytona Coupe.

Apple MacBook Air

Apple MacBook Air

Along with the MacBook and MacBook Pro lines, the MacBook Air gets the new NVIDIA 9400M chipset which promises 4x faster graphics; also, a 120GB HDD and Mini Display port.

Barbary Coast Jacket

Barbary Coast Jacket

Brown tweed herringbone? No, you didn’t accidentally raid your grandpa’s closet; this Barbary Coast Jacket by Jerry Fish is plenty modern with a superFishal logo and bunny skull pins.

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Strong Stuff Posters

Strong Stuff Posters

Tom Whalen’s cool, re-imagined movie posters have a B-movie look and are printed on 11×14 sheets; he does everything from Dracula and the Mummy to Star Wars and Transformers.

Trailer: Bionic Commando

Trailer: Bionic Commando

Not content to rest with BC: Rearmed, Bionic Commando is the first true sequel to the franchise; as a commenter noted, it’s like Spider-Man with guns; good enough for us.

Apple MacBook Pro 15.4″

Apple MacBook Pro 15.4″

The MacBook Pro’s 15.4″ model gets a 0.95″ unibody case; it also sports an iMac-like bezel, multi-touch glass trackpad, NVIDIA 9400M chipset + 9600M GT and chiclet-style keyboard.

Video: Hyundai Genesis

Video: Hyundai Genesis

Hyundai has come a long way: replete with drifting and clouds of dust, this trailer is a Mazda Zoom-Zoom ripoff, but we can’t help but ogle at their upcoming Hyundai Genesis Coupe.

Apple MacBook

Apple MacBook

The 13.3″ MacBook finally gets a metal enclosure; also: a NVIDIA 9400M chipset, multitouch trackpad and LED-backlit display. It maxes out at 2.4 GHz and 2 GB RAM, and weighs 4.5 lbs.

LEGO Fat Boy RC

LEGO Fat Boy RC

This isn’t just another Harley Davidson Fat Boy replica; taking LEGO to the max, it uses a NXT controller shaped like a handlebar complete with throttle control and brake lever.

Website: MaoPost.com

Website: MaoPost.com

For that special commie in your life: MaoPost.com takes your photo and then hand paints it into your choice of 1,500 socialist propaganda posters; they’re real oil paintings on canvas.

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USB Webmail

USB Webmail

Old-school AOL users, you’ve got mail: this USB-powered webmail notifier will light up in red, blue or green whenever you get mail; every instance can be associated with a sound.

Revenge CD

Revenge CD

Tired of noisy neighbors or roomies? The Revenge CD is packed with 20 ways to get back at ’em; selections include “House Party,” “Violin Practice,” and our favorite: “Unhappy Dog.”

And Then I Woke Up

And Then I Woke Up

Jeff Sheldon’s Ugmonk tees are back, with his popular Lowercase restocked and offered in a new black version; also check out his heather grey And Then I Woke Up t-shirt, above.

Midnight Club LA: Skyline

Midnight Club LA: Skyline

It’s tough not to wax nostalgic with Midnight Club: Los Angeles; this trailer stars a properly riced-out 1999 Nissan Skyline tearin’ up Southland asphalt (and the occasional sidewalk).

Buzz Rickson Shoes

Buzz Rickson Shoes

These Buzz Rickson shoes (available in low or high-cut) are made by William Gibson and are inspired by vintage military gear; we love the classic logo-less canvas styling of these kicks.

Sony Ericsson W760a

Sony Ericsson W760a

For AT&T: Sony Ericsson’s W760a is the first Walkman with 3G speeds; you can also shake it to change music, like the iPod Nano. Other stats: 2.2″ screen, 3.2 MP camera and FM tuner.

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