Some of you may have thought that the (non) news about the U.S. government wisely turning down a petition to use its resources to build a Death Star had reached its conclusion with the Death Star fundraiser.
Here’s an alarm clock that just might make you wake up early just so you can listen to its alarm. Made by Stage One Technology, the Launch alarm clock is modeled after the company’s rally start lights.
I was really impressed when I first saw the Nike Flyknit Trainer, with its completely woven upper that is virtually seamless. It looks like Nike is planning on taking the technology to a new level, by integrating it with even better soles.
Geeky coffee drinkers can now construct their own mug thanks to a cool new coffee cup from ThinkGeek, called the Build-on Brick Mug. The coffee cup has all the little bumps and holes you need to attach building blocks from LEGO and other manufacturers to the outside.
Fans of the Justice League, here’s another bunch of fun collectibles to put on your shelf. I’m pretty sure you’ve never seen your favorite DC superheroes look quite like this.
These collectible Justice League figures were made by Japan’s Kotobukiya in collaboration with DC Comics and Zarigani Works[JP].
First there was the HexBug. Then there was the HexBug Nano. Now there’s HexBug Nano V2. Those creepy-crawly little self-propelled robots are back, and they’re better than ever. The latest iteration of these little robo-insects now has the ability to wriggle around not just on your tabletop, but actually climb.
Pew, pew, pew, pew! This Star Destroyer cake will fly over your birthday presents and tractor beam them into it’s hanger bay like so many Rebel ships. And you won’t even care – since this cake is complete awesomeness.
Are you unimpressed by the current crop of portable battery chargers on the market? Boy, you’re hard to impress. But even with your high standards, there’s a good chance you’ll be interested with the Epiphany OnE Puck.
Many scientists have theorized that the reason the Hindenburg went down in flames was because of the combination of flammable hydrogen gas and paints on the surface of the blimp’s skin. Well you won’t have to worry about either of those with this little R/C toy that’s designed to look like an airship.
Created by China’s AMAX Toys, the Airship is a remote-controlled flyer that uses a pair of horizontal propellers to lift it into the air.
Chinese finger traps are probably the bane of many children’s (and android’s) existences. Of course, it’s not much of a scare or prank once you figure out how to get your fingers out of the trap, but the trauma (“I’m going to be stuck like this forever!”)
If you’re going to be wandering through test chambers all alone, you’re going to want to have a companion, right? While you could go with an ordinary Weighted Companion Cube, why not get one that lights up, just in case the lights go out?
Like millions of you out there, I’m stoked for the Season 3.2 return of The Walking Dead tonight. In honor of the occasion, our friends over at KitchenOverlord have put together a little recipe you can throw together, even while the zombie horde descends on your camp.
Every year, 140 billion pounds of packaging are disposed of in the United States alone. The world is running out of space for land fills and we’ve already got enough particulate matter in the atmosphere, just in case some people think burning the whole lot is the solution.