If you are into the works of H.P. Lovecraft, or simply like Cthulhu and/or geeky action figures, you need to check these out. ThinkGeek has a complete set of Legends of Cthulhu action figures that you can add to your collection for $19.99 each.
Upgrade Complete is a Flash game series where you have to improve the game itself in order to progress. Piper is the hardware equivalent of that. It’s a specialized Minecraft gaming console meant for kids, who will need to put it together before and while they play.
The most awesome $10 you’ll ever have could be sitting in your bank account. Because that could be enough to get you to Los Angeles, where you and a friend will spend a day with none other than Robert Downey Jr.
The latest generation Dell XPS 13 is an amazing specimen of modern technology, packing a highly-capable PC into a lightweight laptop with an amazing screen, and exceptional build materials.
The most obvious breakthrough in the XPS 13 is its nearly borderless “infinity” display, which allows the laptop to pack a 13″ screen into the space that you’d normally have an 11″ or 12″ display.
I stopped carrying a wallet in my back pocket years ago. I didn’t do it for some sort of anti-pick pocketing scheme, I just hated sitting on a wallet every day. I started with a normal wallet in my front pocket, but that was bulky and uncomfortable.
Michał Skorupka aka Eric Trax doesn’t just have a badass slash on his badass name, he also makes badass scale models of farming implements using LEGO. His latest creation is this scale model of the CLAAS Jaguar 900 series.
Growing up, a breakfast staple at my house was Cap’n Crunch. I’m not talking that disgusting peanut butter flavored variety. I’m talking Crunch Berries with the fruity balls of sweetness that would hop you up on a sugar high in a few spoonfuls.
I spent less than a minute on Terry Cavanagh’s Super Hexagon before acknowledging defeat. Now I can take my revenge, albeit vicariously. Georgia Tech ECE postgrad student Valentin Trimaille made a program that can beat the upbeat torture game on all of its difficulty levels.
We’ve seen a BMO toy with a LEGO case and another one that appears to have a wooden case. Mike Barretta’s take on the living console has a 3D printed case and buttons. That’s right, this BMO works much like a Game Boy in that you use the buttons on its body to play.
Attention kerbalnauts! You can now order scale models of your ships from Kerbal Space Program, thanks to a partnership between 3D printing shop Eucl3d and the game’s developer Squad.
Eucl3d can print ships in three sizes: 12″, 10″and 8″.
Now that Android is in everything from smartphones to cars, its users can enjoy their games and other apps in more places than ever before. But if Mad Catz is to be believed, you’ll only need one controller for all of your Android devices.