Some of the new live-action short films that have been surfacing for video game such as Halo 4 and made more than a few gamers ache for high-quality Hollywood content based on our favorite video games.
We’re almost at the final level of this year. I know you’re still resting from beating the Thanksgiving buffet and wounded from your encounter with the Black Friday hordes, but we must be steadfast! The last big holiday of the year is upon us.
If you’re struggling to decide on what gadgets to buy this holiday season, there’s a cool new site that can help you make your buying decisions. Sortable is a comparison-shopping engine that uses a clean and intuitive interface to help you hone in on the best gadgets, and compare their features.
If there’s one thing that people tend to toss around a lot, it’s USB flash drives. Since they are getting so small, they can easily be lost. In order to cut down on all that electronic waste, why not get a green USB flash drive, one made out of paper?
Hammocks are a comfortable way to take a nap. Just ask Homer Simpson. Usually you just attach each end to a tree and then doze off for a while. However, hardcore nappers will want to set their hammock up on something like this badass scrap metal scorpion.
It’s amazing what you can do with cardboard and a whole lot of imagination. Of course, you’d also need to have some skills and prior knowledge in animation in order to pull this of… but still, the whole thing is pretty impressive.
The first TV remote control was released in 1951. The couch potato’s best friend has seen some improvements since then, but mostly in terms of its performance and capabilities e.g. no wires, more buttons and wider compatibility.
Bilbo and Frodo are small enough as it is, but if they were even smaller they could live in this 10-inch-tall terrarium version of Bag End by FaceoftheEarth. This highly detailed, hand-sculpted house was made from reference shots from the movies.
These are awesome action figures of the player’s avatar in Minecraft. If you play the game then these are also action figures of yourself. Although you can’t customize Steve’s skin, he – or she – does have a ball-jointed head and poseable arms.
I admit that I use a keyboard sleeve with my iPad, and to be honest it makes typing on my tablet a whole lot more productive. Since the iPad Mini was released, it was just a matter of time before a keyboard case for Apple’s smallest tablet would surface.
It goes without saying that once you get a Mac on your desk, you want to try and match its cool aesthetics anyway you can, from removable hard drives to stands for your other iDevices. Check out this cool-looking iPhone stand that makes your iPhone look like a miniaturized Apple Cinema Display.
Now that you’re done recovering from your Thanksgiving food coma, you’re probably be ready for some more delicious carbs, right? Well there’s no better way to get your sugar fix than with some of these Millenium Falcon truffles.
Now you know you can run down to the local Home Depot and pick up a scroll saw for under 100 bucks, right? Well that didn’t stop one enterprising DIYer from building his own. Instead of using metal, this guy built his out of wood.
Scientists and researchers around the world are always investigating better ways to help children learn important subjects like math and science. A group of researchers at Durham University has been working for the last three years on a project to design and develop the classroom of the future.
I have always believed that scissors are overlooked as weapons and as survival tools. The Leatherman Raptor is a versatile pair of scissors fit for surviving World War Z. While they might come in handy during zombie attacks, the Raptor was actually developed for medics.
This scissor-like multi-tool features stainless shears, a strap cutter, a carbide glass breaker, a ring cutter, a ruler, and an oxygen tank wrench.
Unfortunately, they aren’t available yet – and won’t be until May 2013.