Beginning May 6, Budweiser will offer a striking new bowtie-shaped aluminum can that mirrors the brand's iconic bowtie logo. "This can is incomparable, like nothing you've ever seen before," said Pat McGauley, vice president of innovation for Anheuser-Busch. "The world's most iconic beer brand deserves the world's most unique and innovative can. I think we have it here."
Split toe shoes separates big toe from or four toes for improved flexibility and grip; Light design won't weigh you down; Molded stabilizer tech bands across top provide flexibility and lateral stability to help hold foot in place.
Alexander Polli does the never before done—a tactical flight through a narrow cave on a rugged mountainside. The flight starts with a jump from a hovering helicopter, Alexander reaches speeds of 250 km/h (155 mph) while following a precise trajectory leading to the cave opening, he then fully commits and flies directly through the narrow opening of the "Batman Cave!" Awesome!
A new ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ trailer features plenty of menace from Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays the film's mysterious villain. The Star Trek sequel from director J.J. Abrams will hit theaters on May 17th, 2013. And they also released a number of new posters for the film.
Mantis is a two-tonne walking machine developed by British robotics firm Micromagic Systems. Mantis runs off a 2.2-litre, 50 horsepower turbo diesel engine, and it stands 2.8 meters (9 feet) tall. It can carry a driver across varied terrain, and can also be piloted directly or controlled via Wifi.
Musical instrument craftsman Vinnie Veen presents his latest invention "the Cobra," a wireless and eco-friendly speakerphone amplifier for iPhone 4 and 5. Cool idea. Order inquiries, contact Veen directly via e-mail.
Directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Christopher Nolan. The three minute trailer features Superman revealing the true meaning of his “S” to Lois Lane, war on planet Krypton and much more. In theaters June 14th.
The Crankerator($60) lets you charge you iPod/iPhone/iPad on the go, charge it by plugging into a wall, or just crank that handle. It includes a micro USB cable so you can charge it up, via your computer or wall socket, before you hit the road.