If you haven’t tried on some Nike LeBron X, then you’re missing out on some super-comfortable shoes. That being said, if you’re looking for something unique, and Nike ID doesn’t do it for you, check out these customs.
We’ve seen a couple of TARDIS corsets before, but hubba hubba, these Doctor Who Storybook corsets look sexy AND tell a story at the same time. They are the product of an artist and a clothing designer getting together to make some awesome clothing.
I would sleep like a Jedi in this awesome AT-AT bed, while dreaming about laying waste to Hoth. Pew, Pew, Pew! Take that rebel scum! What’s that? Pesky Snowspeeders? They are nothing. Wait what? What’s that cable.
This life-size replica of James Bond’s remote mine from GoldenEye 007 was made by Thingiverse member Quiche, ComradeQuiche. The mine has blinking LEDs that you can toggle on and off as well as magnets so you can mount it just like its counterpart, fictional counterpart.
Etsy seller and fan of our sister site The Awesomer, Gerald Von Bargen recently pointed us to one of his wares. It’s a wooden cutting board engraved with the periodic table of the elements! I’m not sure if the table will come in handy while you’re preparing a meal, as I am sure that you shouldn’t be eating half of what’s listed on there.
Have you ever wanted to have your own Alien embryo preserved in a specimen jar? Sitting on your desk? Of course you do. Who wouldn’t want one? It could be like a fun game where you sit at your desk, never knowing when it is going to hatch and kill you dead.
A low-cost, Android-powered mini-computer has turned up on Kickstarter looking for funding. The machine is called the MiiPC and is designed specifically to help parents keep an eye on exactly what their kids are seeing online and how much time they spend online.
Getting the cheapest flights is often a concern, especially if you’re traveling internationally. Google Flight Search is a quick and helpful tool for locating the best prices for flyers, but when the service was launched, it was available only for US-based travelers.
Cutting implements have been around since the Stone Age, but this is the first knife that I’ve seen that seeks to replicate the experience of using a flint tool. The simple design allows for multiple uses in the kitchen.
I don’t think Doctor Evil was asking too much when all he wanted were sharks with frickin’ laser beams on their heads. Researchers recently confirmed an unusual discovery that will make any aspiring laser-wearing shark owner very happy indeed.
Wireless speakers are all the rage, and plenty of companies are trying to cash into the craze. Bowers & Wilkins just announced a smaller, less-expensive alternative to their popular Zeppelin Air wireless speaker.
I’ve got a confession to make to my wife. Without her approval, I’ve been gradually transforming our basement media room into a shrine to all things geeky – with a decided tilt towards retro video games.
There’s something about a nicely-designed station wagon. Maybe it’s because of all of the Audi Allroads I’ve been seeing, but they make appealing vehicles, especially if you have to lug a lot of stuff around and you don’t want a full-on SUV.
Whether it’s that extra push when you are climbing a hill, or you just want to cruise along with minimal effort, electric bikes have come a long way from their humble beginnings. Now, BMW has released the details of their upcoming e-bike, which looks pretty interesting.