OK, a really small car, but still: Behringer's iNuke Boom is f*cking huge. Its four feet tall, eight feet long, and weighs 700 pounds. Not impressed?
The ever-changing Turbine Hall at London's Tate Modern has been taken over by photographer Tacita Dean, who's used it as a platform to pay last respects to "this beautiful medium, which we invented 125 years ago."
Those crazy cats at Tokyoflash are at it again, but this time they're sending you through a time warp to when Gentlemen wore pocket watches, not those newfangled wrist-clocks.
The rubber, the cock sock, the goalie, the love glove, the salami sling. No matter how many adorable monikers it gets, no one really likes a condom very much.
Your time is precious. Why should you waste it taking photos with Google Goggles to enable a search? Starting today, you don't have to.
Instagram. It's one of the iPhone's most popular apps—50 million users just a year after launch—probably our favourite social network, and the envy of Android users worldwide. However, at the Paris LeWeb conference today, Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom announced—again—that a team is working to port the app to Android OS. Promises, promises.
Hey look, I like the advanced notetaking tools we're afforded on our computers, smartphones and tablets as much as anyone. But there's a point at which your documentation of life just gets in the way of you actually living life. Case in point: Evernote's two new apps, Food and Hello.
The internet isn't just a bunch of cables, wires, modems, computers, silicon, protocols, h-tee-tee-pees and h-tee-em-els. There are people behind it! People with personality. People who like to laugh. People who put up hilarious 404 error pages so whenever something goes wrong on the Internet, people will remember that they exist!
It looks like something between the Nickelodeon Astro Crag and a piece of swiss cheese, but Timbuk2's latest sleeve has a lot of thought behind it. The casing is meant to ventilate your laptop — just watch for rain.
The worst part of snowboarding? Getting stuck on the flats, having to uncouple your boot, pedal along like a schmuck — all the while hoping you don't get run down from behind. Bugger that. The Kahuna Snow Stick turns your snowboard into reliable cross-country transportation.