Crazy spy gadgets aren't just limited to Batman and 007. The CIA houses in its museum all kinds of wacky knick-knacks and gizmos, some of which were just too silly for use.
When most people think about luxury off-roaders built in the '70s, they think of the Range Rover. However, Mercedes has one of its own -- it's a bit of legend, and it's called the G-Class. Or G-Wagen to its mates.
This super-realistic action figure has a funky set of threads befitting a pioneering computer entrepreneur. Just don't call it a doll.
A television fashioned after an old-school CRT TV, with two oversize dials and a front speaker, looks like something Don Draper might like.
David Bowie has his own channel on Vimeo — and he's released a bunch of his hit film clips from the 1970s and '80s.
iHome has re-imagined the boombox with its new iP4, a portable iPod/iPhone stereo system that comes in hot pink or dark gray.
Donald and Eric take a trip back through time, or maybe to an alternate Jules Verne-inspired future. Wherever we are, the gadgets are distinctly retro and lovingly hacked together. Even old Jedi master Yoda seems a little different.
Donald and Eric take a trip back through time, or maybe to an alternate Jules Verne-inspired future.
Sticker for iPhone 4 makes your smartphone look like an old-style instant camera.
Nikon updates its touch-screen ultracompact with a better screen and interface.