Hey look. It’s a pink X-Wing in the forest? What gives? Did Ewoks get a hold of a truckload full of Pepto Bismol and assault this fighter with it? That sounds like those mischievous bastards. They love a good joke/vandalizing stuff.
I hear parents complaining about how technology distracts kids and how some games and gizmos effectively make their kids dumber. I often tell them that the solution lies in their hands: replace those apparently useless gadgets with more educational stuff that their kids will still enjoy.
The release of Pokémon X and Y is still about three months away. But because we live in the age of pre-orders, Banpresto is already dangling plushies of the game’s starter monsters to fans. You don’t have to choose between Chespin, Fennekin and Froakie either, because you can order them as a set.
When a night out involves bringing two smartphones, a music player, a 7-inch tablet, and a 10-inch tablet, then you know you’ve got a problem. Most people are addicted to tech these days, and it ruins more social events than you think.
A wild spherical camera appears! Actually it’s not the first of its kind that we’ve seen, but unlike the previous device, Serveball’s Squito is being designed for both professional and recreational use. Forget about Instagram or Vine, the cool kids will want to get ball shots!
If you want a realistic and creepy spider robot and have a spare $1,350(USD) Robugtix will be happy to sell you this lifelike robotic spider called the T8. Put this in your home and it will likely scare all of the real spiders you have creeping around in your home.
While there have been plenty of images circulating over on Reddit showing the awful, unsanitary things workers do when they’re bored at their fast food jobs, Redditor Txmaluda did something a little more creative – and decidedly less disturbing – with their downtime at work.
Yes, that’s an AT-AT Imperial Walker made from plastic ketchup containers and cardboard.
Doctor Who fans are looking forward to Mark Gatiss’ An Adventure in Time and Space as part of the 50th anniversary of the classic science fiction show. For this anniversary they are not just recreating popular scenes.
Fans of Volkswagen, particularly fans of the VW Microbus are going to love this toaster. You can’t just walk into a shop and buy one of these. This rare Microbus toaster was distributed through Volkswagen dealerships in Japan.
If Arnold had encountered this Predator, the movie would have been five minutes of him, Carl Weathers and Jesse “The Body” Ventura stuffing their faces. Did I say Arnold and the gang? I meant me. This Predator cake by Kupkake Tree is incredibly detailed to the point where it looks horrifying – in a good way.
It looks so real that you have to wonder who is going to be eating who.
3D printing continues to evolve, with printers improving in precision, speed and cost efficiency. While some high end machines can print in materials ranging from plastic to metal and even ceramic, this is the first time I’ve heard of a 3D printer that can output soft and squishy materials, like clay.
A little while back, we featured an officially-licensed Death Star birdhouse, but thanks to Thingiverse member plainolddave you can save some money and 3D print an evil space station for your winged Sith friends.
If you want, you can scale it down and use it as an ornament, a trinket or accessory – or scale it up and make an actual Death Star.
Up until recently, there haven’t been all that many accessories with Apple’s tiny Lightning connector available. Today, Bluelounge released two new accessories to complement your latest-gen iOS devices. First up is the Kii, a handy USB to lightning adapter that is small enough to fit on your keychain.
While Superman got his powers from our Sun, the Green Lantern got his powers from a ring. So why not pretend that the Man of Steel could also get his strength from jewelry? Or at least that you can.
This Superman ring features a big transluscent red “S” set into a solid stainless steel band.