Japan gets all of the cool things. Their latest offering is born from a union between Sharp Japan and Japan’s leading telecom operator Softbank, who have come together to offer a pair of limited edition Star Wars smartphones.
Most multi-tools that have pliers that are on the larger side, or they don’t have them at all. However, if you’re looking for a more compact option while still getting a functional tool, you may just love the GRIPsher.
SplashLight is the water gun leveled up. It shoots out glow-in-the-dark water that will leave your enemies looking like they have been slimed by a ghost.
You might be thinking that you need to mix up special ammo to arm it up with glowing water.
My love of Stranger Things is no secret. In fact, it’s already one of my all-time favorite shows. I’m bummed that it will be about a year before new episodes come out and I know I am not the only one hoping next season is longer.
This Wind Waker-style Legend of Zelda chest has some very special features, including a built-in NES console with a matching custom controller. But the real show-stopper is the Triforce that actually levitates and rotates on top.
Your Star Wars themed bar needs some new drinkware. These cool stormtrooper decanters and shot glasses are going to look damn good in your collection. They’re even based on the original stormtrooper helmet molds created in 1976, so they are 100% screen accurate.
With Christmas just around the bend, it’s time to start thinking about what ugly sweater you will wear to the holiday party. If you happen to like Deadpool, this is the sweater for you.
It has Captain Deadpool’s masked mug, surrounded with snowflakes and a checkered flag border.
BMW recently showed off a bunch of concept vehicles to for its 100th birthday, but this one is the coolest. The Motorrad Vision Next 100 concept motorcycle is so smart you wouldn’t need a helmet, or even a padded suit.
I’m a big fan of Fallout 4 and since I am a guy, I normally play the game as a guy. That doesn’t mean there aren’t hordes of fans out there of the female persuasion or dudes that like to play the game as a female character.
What you’re looking at here is Making Weather, a fluffy cloud that levitates above its base while blasting your favorite tunes. This new weather phenomenon for your home comes from designer Richard Clarkson Studio and levitation platform experts Crealev.
Check out this home in Norway that was built on a giant turntable. No, it doesn’t play tunes as it spins around, although that would be an awesome bonus. The idea is that it can be remotely rotated for maximum sun exposure, or to control the view out the windows.
I’d bet at some point a scientist for Oscorp thought feeding a special spider something cool would be a great idea. Instead, we ended up with Spider-Man and a host of villains. I can’t help but think that a group of scientists at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China might have inadvertently created the origin story for a C-grade Marvel comic book.
Not only did YouTuber Bart van Dijk go through the arduous task of building the new LEGO Death Star set (#75159), but he did it in front of a camera, and turned it into a cool stop-motion video for everyone to enjoy.
I’ll start out by saying that I don’t know anything about the video game Persona 5. I am however a fan of are strange Japanese eats, so here you go. A restaurant in Shibuya, Japan called Los Cabos has a complete menu of food and drink based on Persona 5.
Between Apple, HP and others, you have your choice of cylindrical shaped desktop PCs. Samsung now has a round PC of its own. It’s called the ArtPC Pulse, and as you may have noticed, it looks a bit like the current-generation Mac Pro, albeit not quite as minimal.