This sandbox-style video game about the surreal and the avant-garde is seeking support on Kickstarter -- and it's unlike anything we've ever seen.
While building an MP3 player into a pair of basketball shoes is an interesting idea, the Dada Code M isn't ready for the pro leagues just yet.
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The paid service compares poorly with competitors because of its small selection, but Dada.net is a reasonable source for free streams, plus three free MP3s per month.
The Dada Footwear Code M shoes have a built-in MP3 player and come in many fashionable colors guaranteed to match all your MP3 outfits.
Mother of Ultra, Alien Baltan, Pigumon, and other "Ultraman" characters show off their fashionista superpowers to promote Amu Plaza Hakata's latest renovations.
If you live in Los Angeles and like cherry pie, hot coffee, and dancing in a creepy red room, director David Lynch is looking for the perfect actress to play a waitress in his upcoming "Twin Peaks" promo.
A software developer has created Choosatron, a simple choose-your-own-adventure arcade machine that prints out a record of your story that you can keep.
Download prices at Dada Entertainment aren't bad, but the selection leaves a lot to be desired.
A new Hot Wheels track setup that mounts on the wall, a Darth Vader CD player that's more about form than function, and an LED-bedazzled surfboard that leads to some scary-but-cool nighttime wave-riding.
Associate Editor Jasmine France relives her introduction to Code M shoes.