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Here’s the perfect Christmas gift for fans of Firefly. It’s Malcolm Reynolds’ holster and gun belt from the show. I mean it’s not the actual one from the show, but you know what I mean. This replica is made of real leather with metal details and comes in multiple sizes.
Researchers at the Institute for Human & Machine Cognition have programmed Boston Dynamics’ Atlas humanoid robot to walk over partial footholds thanks to a new balancing algorithm. Essentially this means that it can handle rougher terrain as it chases humans down to put them in human zoos a few years from now.
Ford is teasing a new LEGO Speed Champions kit that lets you build up two iconic race cars that each won their class in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The set includes the GT40 that won in 1966 and the 2016 Ford GT that won in 2016.
Love Star Wars? Have bad air? Well the marketing teams behind the movies have you covered with these Star Wars Personal Air Purifiers, because they can’t think of any other merch that they haven’t already made.
Chinese online novelty shop Taobao has released something truly awesome for LARPers and others who want to transform themselves into an elf. The Spirit E666, which are a set of headphones that transform normal human ears into long pointy elf ears.
Have a refreshing cup of coffee using your favorite droid as a vessel. This mug modeled after BB-8 is the mug that the First Order has been searching for. Keep it safe and filled up with your favorite drink.
The mayor of the Japanese city Beppu decided he wanted to do something that lure in more tourists. What the mayor and his team decided to do was promote their hot springs spas in a very different way – as a “Spamusement park.” Note that this is a SPA-musement park; this isn’t about gross potted meats.
This crazy cat house was made by Prefabcat for a cat named Dinni. Since it is an ark, I’m assuming it was designed and built with God’s help, in order to spare cat-kind from an upcoming flood, but I may be wrong.
I figure at some point we have all known that one person who likes to put their chips directly on their sandwich. My wife does that, and the upside is it keeps her hands out of the bag during lunch.Philippines locations of Taco Bell have a new food that puts a cheap Mexican food twist on the ole chips-on-a-sandwich meal.
Here is yet another reason to move to Japan. In addition to getting every other cool thing that we don’t get here in the States, Sony has also launched several limited edition audio devices that fans of the Final Fantasy game franchise will want to get.
With drones becoming more and more popular and with most having the ability to send video back to the operator, police and military around the world need a way to stop nefarious users from using them to perform bad deeds.
You brought your guitar to the gig, but you forgot your amp? Problem solved. The JamStack is a compact guitar amplifier that will let you play anywhere without a traditional amp. The JamStack changes the game because it fits right on the bottom of your guitar and attaches in seconds.
If Godzilla ever went through an awkward teen stage, this would be what he looked like. This strange, yet incredibly cool mask was made using LEGO and it’s actually wearable. It’s like a really geeky helmet that won’t protect your noggin from anything.
Back in the ’90s, the Furby was the hottest toy of the Christmas season. Well, now there’s a new edition with modern tech inside. It is more lifelike with creepy new digital eyeballs for instance. But nothing can prepare you for seeing what this thing looks like while it is being cut in half by a powerful water jet.
Whether you play lots of games on your computer, or type a lot like I do, a keyboard with proper clicky keys makes a big difference in your typing speed and accuracy. Razer offers some of the best mechanical keyboards on the market, with a focus on gaming.
Most of us are too young to remember when TV sets were made in wooden cabinets that basically were a standalone piece of furniture. While this was popular in the 1950s and 1960s, it largely died out by the mid 1970s.