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Boynq’s Wake-Up iPod Dock is uber-stylish, with three backlit LCDs for time, radio station and input channels. It also sports 3″ speakers and an equally stylish remote control.
Get your post apocalyptic fix with Wastelands: Stories of the Apocalypse, a collection of end of the world tales by Stephen King, Orson Scott Card and Boing Boing’s Cory Doctorow.
Mega construction-bot Devastator is confirmed for Transformers 2; he’ll be composed of seven different vehicles. We can only hope it looks like the rendering above by Josh Nizzi.
We’re used to car concepts being over the top, but this laser-projected globe for the Mini Crossover takes the cake: it’s basically a 3D navi system with a touchscreen interface.
Max Longin’s Float Bed is like a self-contained hammock, with the bed suspended via stainless steel ropes. Ecologically sound, the entire shipping case is actually used to build the bed.
Every Easter Sunday Eve, two rival churches in Vrondados, Greece engage in a “rocket war” with the aim to hit the other’s belltower; they use up to 80,000 fireworks in the display.
For luggage maker Globe-Trotter’s 110th anniversary, designer Ross Lovegrove has created onehundred&ten, a nearly indestructible carbon fiber and kevlar weave suitcase.
Chevrolet has released a new batch of gorgeous, high-res pics of its upcoming 2010 Camaro SS. The muscle car begins production next spring; you can place orders next month.
Although we’re not sold on its ergonomics, Microsoft’s Arc Mouse definitely turns heads with its folding clamshell design. Along with a tiny USB transceiver, it’s ideal for laptop users.
Dan McPharlin’s Analogue Miniatures have us awestruck; made with framing matboards, most of his models are musically themed, mixing dials and sliders with keyboards.
In addition to their Explorer line, Microsoft has added BlueTrack tech to their SideWinder X8 gaming mouse, giving it an impressive 4,000 DPI and 30 hours on a single charge.
Written by Sin City’s Frank Miller and superbly illustrated by David Mazucchelli, Batman: Year One is a gritty look into Batman’s origins and a great companion to The Dark Knight.
Ad agency BigMan’s website is one of coolest we’ve seen; the interface is dominated by a Big Man (of course) and lots of flashing, sliding bits of text: kinda like Times Square on crack.
Altec Lansing’s iPod-friendly inMotion Speakers both look and sound great: the moondance GLOW is a dual-alarm clock radio, while inMotion MAX delivers crisp, full-spectrum sound.
These Vertigo Corsa boots look like something straight out of the future. Designed with Moto GP in mind, it features a thermoplastic ankle brace, shock absorbing heel cup and air vents.
Porsche competitor Artega hopes to bring its Artega GT to the States soon; this lightweight roadster packs a 3.6L 300 HP engine, with an even lighter 2.0L 4-cylinder on the way.
The Method Zip Hoody isn’t just another sweatshirt: it’s all-over printed with the artwork of legendary artist Syd Mead, who has worked on films such as Aliens, Tron and Blade Runner.
You don’t need to understand German to appreciate these Star Trek commercials. They’re made for the German Sci Fi Channel and are pretty darn funny; oh Spock, you rock.
Ion Audio’s iCue Mixer is a compact, entry level system for those wanting to mix MP3s from their computer. We do recommend a 3.5mm Y-splitter for your headphones, however.
The Sony Vaio AW laptop is ideal for photographers, with an 18.4″ Bravia-based LCD screen. It’ll also get a GeForce 9600M GT, dual 250GB or 64GB SSD drives and a Blu-ray burner.
Geeky to some but super swank for others, we’re siding with the latter on these two-toned Bless No. 34 sunglasses. We like the angular art deco meets Cylon grill thing going on.
The crazy guys at EepyBird are most well known for their Mentos + Diet Coke experiment. Their latest video is called Extreme Sticky Notes: think slinkies. Lots of slinkies.
Dezeen has a sweet collection of Street Style Urban Gnomes; they’re made by London-based designed Vitamin and will show next week at the London Design Festival.
Sean Cooper’s addictive Boxhead is a free flash game with clean, crisp artwork and waves of zombies; if that wasn’t enough, they also have co-op and death match modes.
Now available: Paul Bichler’s iDesk was created specifically with Apple products in mind, with a clean, minimalist look, cable management features and built-in docking station.
Available 10/19 at Sprint, the HTC Touch Pro is an S740 and Diamond all-in-one, with quadband 3G, a 2.4″ touchscreen, slide-out keyboard, Wi-Fi and a 3.2MP camera.
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