With a title like “A Complete History Of The Soviet Union Through The Eyes Of A Humble Worker, Arranged To The Melody Of Tetris” and music by “Pig With The Face Of A Boy,” I at least had to give this music video one view.
Nope, this mug won’t tweet for you, but it will show off all the people you follow on Twitter.
While a tweeting mug could be kind of cool, it would be pretty useless unless you’d be able to input some swanky 140-character tweets.
… you don’t want to be on the opposing team. Since Darth Vader specializes in aggressive use of the Force, and isn’t afraid to use it for that purpose, he can just do about anything he pleases with a flimsy soccer ball.
While we’re probably still looking at a 2011 or later release for Nintendo’s next Wii console, the rumors have started to fly on exactly what sort of technology might live under the hood of the next-gen console from Nintendo.
PopCap’s legendary tower defense game is coming to XBLA next month, bringing with it 2 player co-op & versus mode(!) and lots of fun-looking extras. Did I mention that you can play as the Zombies?
Yeah, yeah, this is old news, but I don’t care, because the trailer is full of win:
Today’s computer use pro-tip is brought to you by Star Trek.
This was made by a commenter on xADAMx‘s blog, after the latter posted the original reminder, which he saw in one of the bathrooms of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Stealing a page right out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, this strange looking headgear turns a single cookie into one of seven different flavors.
Scientist Tajuki Narumi and a team from the University of Tokyo created this unusual contraption called the “Meta Cookie“.
I used to have some mugs with pictures of dogs on them when I was a kid – until they eventually broke. I think I still have one in storage, but who knows. Anyway, if you like having strange images on your mugs, then this Mr.
You’ve gotta hand it to the casemodding community. Despite the fact that there are plenty of off-the shelf gadgets that let you play old NES and SNES games, the homebrew portable hits keep on coming.
This time we have Sharon aka “LovableChevy” aka “The Bondo Queen” and her HandyDuo.
In the world of Sanctuary, after every battle, whether it be against lowly Fallen or the Lord of Terror himself, you will find that warriors will pause, they will just stand there in the middle of the bloodbath.
We here in the U.S. might have had Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots when we were kids, but in Japan back in 1979, they had a little game called Pokapon. Instead of knocking off your opponent’s block like in Rock ‘Em Sock’ Em, the objective of Pokapon was to beat your friend senseless until their wig flies off their head.
I love these new adidas shoes inspired by the slimy slug-like body of Jabba the Hutt.
Each pair of adidas Originals Jabba the Hutt Attitude Hi-tops features a shiny, lumpy green finish, complete with green laces, and scaly details on the side of the soles.
You’ve gotta love these ultra-minimal graphics of Bowser (with his back to us), Luigi, Mario and Princess Peach by Nick Luckett.
The Street Fighter ones by infinitecontinues which inspired Nick to create his ain’t half bad either.
YouTube user/Xbox player/Jimmy Fallon soundalike Sina117 was busy playing a video game when suddenly he heard thumping, crashing beats. The sound wasn’t coming from the game; he realized that it was his washing machine. Now I’m sure you’ve heard dryers and washing machines make sounds – knocking or metallic noises or even rumbles – when the load is unbalanced, but this washing machine wasn’t making a sound, It was making music.