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Impressive Successor

FujiFilm X10 Compact Camera

After the stealing the hearts of photography world with the launch of the X100, FujiFlim is hoping lightening strikes twice with the official announcement of the X10. Designed with the same retrotastic aesthetic as its bigger brother, the X10 features

King of the Android Hill (For Now)

Samsung Galaxy S II

After months of waiting, Samsung's top-tier Android super phone is now available stateside, on Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile. The phone will apparently ship in slightly different variations to each network. At their core, all U.S. models will still feature Android 2.3,

Skewering the Competition


The first man to use a skewer while cooking food over a flame was the undisputed genius of his time. The fire cooked his catch, not him, and he could eat right off of the stick afterwards. Then someone invented plates

The Future is Yours

Deus Ex: Human Revolution

A sense of truly free will is an incredibly difficult thing to pull off in a video game. Taking into account a seemingly infinite number of player choices and possibilities just gets messy in the hands of typical game designers.
Hot Shot

Sony NEX-7

Sony hopes to shift the tide in the war between micro four-thirds technology and mirrorless DSLRs with their newly announced NEX-7. Its 10.3 ounce, magnesium alloy body contains the same 24.3-megapixel Exmor APS HD sensor that has made Sony's Alpha line

It's Electric

Cadillac ELR

Looks like things are getting electric at Caddy. The just announced Cadillac ELR (think: Chevy Volt goes to college) utilizes an electric propulsion system comprised of a lithium-ion battery, electric motors and a 4-cylinder engine/generator. Also, the aggressive look you've

A Detailed Look at Crime from a Keyboard

Ghost in the Wires

Does the name Kevin Mitnick mean anything to you? Unless you happen to work for the FBI or a prominent internet security firm, the answer is probably no. Still, long before groups like Anonymous were practicing their own brand of

Swing Away

Joe Mauer Quickswing PX4

Does your offensive production in the summer beer league make Mario Mendoza’s career average look good? Joe Mauer’s Quickswing PX4 ($130) can help improve sluggish bat speed and accuracy — as well as provide fielders with double play turnaround

'atta boy

K9 H20 Water Bottle

So you've got yourself a stainless steel, BPA-free, environmentally friendly water bottle for all your outdoor activities, but when it comes time for Buddy to have a drink it's still the same ol' plastic dish. The problem is, no one's really


Hex Recon Source Backpack

Featuring a 16 oz. weathered industrial-grade washed canvas shell fabric, Hex Recon Source Backpack ($59) offers up a durable and stylish alternative to the basic MacBook bag. Inside you'll also find a bevy of internal component pockets, padded organizers and

Battleship Trailer

Oh yes. That Battleship. Oscar material? Probably not. But Liam Neeson, Alexander Skarsgard and Brooklyn Decker with Peter Berg at the helm sounds like blockbuster material to us. UPDATE: Well... guess there's a reason we dont predict box office sales.

0.7734 Lives On

Canon X Mark I Mouse Lite

Who needs a touch-surface Magic Mouse when you can pack it full of glorious calculator buttons? We're betting our spreadsheet ninjas can think of a few -- and until Apple finally makes a Bluetooth extended keyboard, options are pretty limited. With

You Mess 'Em Up, It Ties 'Em Down

CableGuy by Michiel Cornelissen

Dutch designer Michiel Cornelissen has devised a clever product to tame Apple's ubiquitous ear buds. The CableGuy ($13) features four slots for holding the ear buds and 3.5mm plug in place, leaving room in the middle to wrap

Like a G-17

Klipsch Gallery G-17 Air

AirPlay continues to invade the home and this time, packed into the Klipsch Gallery G-17 ($530) wi-fi portable speaker system. The G-17 touts four individually powered drivers: two 10-watt Tractrix-horned tweeters alongside dual 20-watt woofers alongside all the usual ports

2 x 2 x 2

Autum Epitaph Cruiser

Taking what could have easily been another touring bike, Autum has created a veritable supermodel Franken-cruiser. And guess what? It works. Boasting not 2, but 4 low profile tires mounted on custom alloy rims, the Autum Epitaph ($2,950) is like

A Blast From The Past: Shuttle Through The Decades

Dear Space Shuttle. You will be missed. Sincerely, GP. Andrew Prince, Maggie Starbard, Marina Dominguez of NPR take a look back at the incredible video shot about, by and from the Columbia, Challenger, DIscovery, Atlantis and Endeavour's 100 missions for NASA.

Easy Rider

Levi’s 511 Commuter Jeans

Denim goliath Levi answers the call of cycling commuters with their new 511 Commuter Jeans ($80). Designed for urban cyclists in need of denim both on and off the bike, these jeans arrive with a few new tricks up their


Bergmönch Downhill Wheeler

The Bergmönch is designed to provide the best of both worlds for mountain bikers. Adrenaline junkies can haul the “device” up the summit of their choice as a collapsible rucksack — complete with a weight distributing waist strap and padded

Like Netflix for Movie Theaters


MoviePass is a brand new startup hoping to revolutionize the way film addicts get their regular dose o’ big screen. For $50 bucks a month, clients can enjoy an unlimited number of movies. Everything works via an app, which is

Time Tube

Cold War Creations Glass Nixie Tube Clock

Nixie Tub Clock ($245) from Etsy maker Cold War Creations is a stunning display for checking the time and temp. It’s elegant cylindrical glass case mirrors the shape of its internal Soviet IN-14 Nixie display tubes,

Free Your 3D

Xtreamer Prodigy

The Xtreamer Prodigy ($210) is powerful media streamer for digital geeks who prefer that their media libraries remain unsullied by the software whims of Apple or Microsoft. Packed with a 750Mhz CPU, USB 3.0, integrated 802.11n Wifi, a 3.5 inch

Brothers in Arms

Sony VAIO Z with Media Power Dock

Taking advantage of speedy new Thunderbolt technology (courtesy, Intel) the all-new ultraportable Sony VAIO Z piles on the specs including a featherweight 2.6 lb weight, 256 GB solid-state hard drive, 1.3 megapixel webcam and a matte 1600x900 or optional 1920x1080

Connect the....

Tool Dots

Want one of those organized tool walls you keeping spying in the fictional garages of guys in the hardware store commercials but can't be bothered to hang pegboard? Well, Tool Dots ($12) were created for the lazy neat freak in

Fly By Numbers

Velocity Kit Aircraft

In the grand scheme of DIY jobs, we’re pretty sure building an airplane is one of the most ambitious (and ballsy) projects you can take on. Starting with a kit from Velocity Aircraft, however, can help make the monumental task

Can Do Camera

Lomography La Sardina Camera

Lomography’s new La Sardina Camera ($59-$99) is ready to set your inner 35mm film-tinker loose. Packed with super-wide 22mm lens, a rewind dial and max switch for multiple exposures (similar to the Sprocket Rocket model), and an optional Fritz the

No Screen Protectors Required

Panasonic Toughbook Tablet

While every other tablet maker has been focused on cramming components into ever-shrinking casings, Panasonic has been hard at work applying the engineering tricks of their Toughbook laptop line to an even more portable device. The result is a newly announced

Cold Mailman “Time Is of the Essence” Music Video by André Chocron

[youtube] Requiring months of editing and two weeks worth time-lapse stills, director André Chocron created a totally original music video for the band Cold Mailman. The simple, yet genius, premise uses lights from apartment building as massive equalizers and graphic displays. Amazing what you can do with a laptop