By adjusting its posture and wiggling its eyes and lips, this plucky android conveys several emotions. From the looks of it, they run the gamut from joy to absolute disgust. More pics after the jump.
This timepiece oozes with the same classiness found in 1930's era lighters and watches. The caliber-582 movement is so sensitive that small changes in temperature are enough to power the clock for days. [Acquire Mag]
Memorial Day Weekend bargain hunting has begun! Nicely configured dual core Gateway laptop for $400? Check. 1TB external drive for $75? Check. Free Team Fortress 2 playtime this weekend? Check!
A storage density of 51MB per square centimeter? Whatever, standard DVDs. Australian scientists developed a new multilayer optical storage medium that can house data at 1.1TB/cm3.
This concept, a joint effort by NVIDIA and icon icar, packs a ton of data into one screen. In addition to a standard speedometer and fuel gauge, it houses radio and navigation information. [KickingTires]
This designer-friendly shower kit is for people who really like squares. The simple, elegant 5x5 modules can be arranged freely and serve several functions, including thermostat, speaker, volume and diverter controls, showerhead, lighting and shelving.
Good news, worldly Giz readers: Google's translation technology has been integrated directly into Gmail. By enabling "Message Translation" from the Labs tab under Settings, Gmail will translate emails between 41 languages.
Deals so hot you'll be begging for mercy. Check out these great markdowns on computers and computing peripherals, video games, and personal portables.
Here's another e-book reader with built in PDF support, something the Kindle 2 doesn't have. At a lightweight 5.3 ounces, Bookeen's latest portable device packs a sharp resolution of 200 DPI.
Your wallet's hurting. Save some of that hard-earned moola with these gadget bargains. A free PS3 game, Coldplay CD, Dave and Buster's game time, and popcorn should keep you going strong all weekend.
Hop inside for tons of sweet markdowns on monitors, TVs, games, and other assorted knickknacks. Plus, a little remedy to help you out if you drank too much the night before.
The "S" in NZXT's Cryo S must stand for Super effective at heat removal. Compatible with laptops up to 15 inches, it removes heat from the fan vents, as well as the entire notebook case.
Need to recover from all the Mother's Day fanfare? A new camcorder, 46" LCD TV, and some cheapo $6 DVDs should do just nicely.
Thingamakits have been every synth nerd's DIY light-controlled, analog noise friend. This abomination grew extra LED and photo-sensor tentacles that produce different tones and pitches, depending on the amount and type of light received. [Make]
Used by astronomers for years, Slooh is an online service that lets people control space telescopes around the world and take images in real time. They've now launched a novice version for you and me.
It's high time you started saving more dough on all these shiny techy toys you keep buying. Plus we've found some of the cheapest PC games around in months.
Save some serious cash with these and other hot deals inside. Plus you could live like a hobo for a week with all the freebies found today.
It's going to be a rainy weekend here in NYC. Time to snuggle up indoors with some new gadgets, a free Xbox LIVE weekend, and my good pal Wolverine.