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This Warrior Alien (from the movie Aliens) will be released by Medicom Toys this November. The vinyl figure are a little more cartoony but still plenty menacing: we loves it.
Any t-shirt named “Three Little Pigs: Mechanized Assault” has our dollar; no more blowing that house of sticks down. Even better: they’re only $12, thanks to Threadless’ Back to School Sale.
Cowon’s super-sexy S9 media player has a 3.3″ active matrix OLED touch screen, bluetooth and a dual-core CPU. It can play up to 40 hours of music between charges.
The X-Bow looks like an amped-up go-cart, but this mini roadster packs a 220hp turbo 2.0 liter from Audi (with up to 300hp). KTM hopes to bring a street legal version to the US soon.
The Asus N10 netbook drops the “Eee” brand in an attempt to focus on its higher-end features. It features a 10.2″ screen, glossy case, fingerprint reader and HDMI out are included.
Situated in Terminal 5 of London’s Heathrow Airport, Cloud is a kinetic sculpture with 4,638 flip dots. They’re so mesmerizing that folks are liable to miss their flights.
Nixon’s Magnacon Watch isn’t as stylish as their other timepieces, but as a sports watch it doesn’t have to be: the 200 meter case is titanium carbide coated, while the strap is ballistic nylon.
Our biggest complaint with the Wii’s white plastic controllers is how dirty they get over time; Joe D’s Vintage Wii Mod concept addresses this with a swank woodgrain on black color scheme.
Funky Flickr group The iPod Mirror collects photos of the world, as reflected on the backs of iPods. We know how smudgy they get, so props for all the buffing that went into these shots.
Affliction Clothing’s Kosonsho tee is part of their Heroes and Demons collection; they’ve so thoroughly plastered this t-shirt with art that it looks like armor. Nice touch: purple foil.
LG’s KC910 is more camera than phone; it’s giant 8 MP camera has Schneider Kreuznach lens and max ISO 1600. Also: quad-band GSM, 3.2″ touch screen and TV-out.
It’s short, but sweet: this latest teaser for the upcoming Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe is all sorts of awesome. You know life is good whenever Batman gets to slap around Sub-Zero.
No, it’s not a Photoshop hack–these are actual USB-powered speakers. They’re mega sized (500x larger than real iPod earbuds) and mega geeky: just the way we like things.
Michael Lau’s SK3 trio is an homage to three Stanley Kubrick films: A Clockwork Orange, Full Metal Jacket and 2001. Each includes accessories and an extra set of hands.
The EXI 450ZL Pro Version is an electric mini heli with an Alpha 400 brushless motor and 1300 mAh Li-Po battery. It comes 95% assembled, meaning nearly instant 3D acrobatics.
Proof that companies have a sense of humor: above is EA’s response to a user who YouTube’d a video showing a Tiger Woods PGA Tour glitch where players could walk on water.
Sony’s sexy S-Airplay is a wi-fi iPod dock that streams music to up to ten speakers. The dock also doubles as an AM/FM radio; it can simultaneously stream your iPod and radio to separate rooms.
Simultaneously scary yet enlightening, Jess Bachman’s revealing Death and Taxes poster for 2009 shows ever more accurately and beautifully where US tax payer dollars go.
While we’re not huge fans of Paul Frank’s Julius the Monkey, this shirt’s fusion with another pop-culture icon, Ultra Man, is simply too much for us to resist. The Kaiju-style lettering rocks, too.
If you think the Need For Speed: Undercover trailer reeks of Fast and Furious, you’re not alone. It splices in game footage with live actors, including Balls of Fury babe Maggie Q.
Only you and your 15 ton buzz saw-wielding robot can prevent forest fires: this awesome concept by designer Jordan Guelde plays directly into countless mecha fanboy dreams.
Outofstock’s Eraser USB Stick is pure poetry: the 1 or 2 gig flash drive writes data, while the ABS plastic lid symbolizes the deletion of data. The stick itself is made of teak wood.
Designed by Finnish skateboarder Arto Saari, these premium leather high tops feature a sophisticated two-toned black and gold design; they’re limited to 1600 shoes globally.
The Singing Ringing Tree is a sculpture in northwest England whose numerous tubes create a strange, haunting sound that would be quite at home in a sci-fi horror flick.
Microsoft’s Sidewinder X5 mouse is a cheaper, yet slightly improved version of the first Sidewinder. Changes: a smaller, more ergonomic shape and removal of the adjustable weights.
Despite costing over a quarter million bucks, Romain Jerome’s Day&Night watch is already sold out. It consists of two tourbillons, one that runs during the day and another during the night.
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