Deadpool 2 may not be in theaters for another few weeks, but fans are already toasting their favorite Merc with a Mouth at Sister Margaret’s School for Wayward Girls. Fox partnered with Mike’s Harder to open up a pop-up bar in Brooklyn in celebration of the upcoming film (with a sister bar in Los Angeles), and io9 was…
What is there to even say? Joerg Sprave dreamed up a slingshot that shoots glass ashtrays and has a broken beer bottle attached as a bayonet. It's all pretty legit.
In a very, heh, familiar story, Google apparently lost the upcoming Nexus 4 in a bar last month. Yes, the LG Nexus phone we expect to be unveiled next week. Yes, the phone that's probably going to take the crown as the best Android phone available when it comes out.
Eoin is a poor guy who was walking while watching TV and juggling multiple things in his hands (his phone perhaps?) when he fell straight through the floor. Like, literally. A trap door in the ground was left open and he didn't notice until he plunged completely through the hole.
Two things you always seem to need but that always seem to grow legs and scuttle away: can openers and bottle openers. This handy well-made tool from Kuhn Rikon combines both of those into one. Problem solved!
Jargon is technology. Language was created for communication, and sharing a set of slang makes it all the more efficient. A drink order to a bartender needs to be a particularly quick and clear statement. If not, you're going to look like a novice, and you're not going to get the drink you want. And the booze snobs…
You're getting classy. You've served your guests enough Miller High Life. When you entertain, you want to do it with style. It's time to set up a proper home bar.
Have you heard this one before? Four guys dressed in business suits walk into a fancy bar and order a Negroni cocktail... that might sound like a start of a bad joke but in reality it's the beginning of a ridiculously awesome stunt. After finishing their drinks, the daredevils skip out on their tab by jumping off the…
Most people are familiar with the black Google+ bar that appears at the top of the browser window. Starting today, this black bar and the grey navigation bar underneath it now float on your screen.
Alan L. Haberman did not create the barcode, but he is considered by many to be the man who brought the technology to the marketplace. He sadly passed away this week at the age of 81.
If you live in a sizable city like New York or San Francisco, you'd know Thrillist can be an indispensable tool in figuring out what's happening around your city. They've just released an iPad app to help you go out more.
Caztek Engineering has built a bike-bus that carries 14 people and moves by pedal power. As in, you sit and cycle to move the bus. The only redeeming thing? It's a moving bar—you're supposed to drink and drive.
For the watch-lover with the wealth of a Rockefeller, the Buben & Zorweg V12 Python doesn't just wind your watch. It's really a bar, weather station, and humidor that turns your watches into works of art.
Nothing ruins a recent purchase quite like finding lower prices online as soon as you bring it home. With one of these barcode-scanning, price-crunching smartphone apps, that never has to happen again.
Shopping for the highest of high-functioning alcoholics can be a tricky proposition. Novelty bottle openers and 12-packs of Pabst don't cut it. For the the guy (or gal) with a sophisticated drinking problem, these gifts are guaranteed to please.
In the perfect life, I'd have an open bar everyday. In this life, I'd take having TabbedOut work in every bar. It's an app that let's you pay for your bar tab straight from your iPhone.
Here I was, thinking Europeans were meant to be classier than Americans—but have you ever heard of a Rectum Bar outside of Vienna, Austria? Do you even know what a rectum is?
Say whatever you want. It may be naff. It may be tacky. It may not attract buxom women in tiny black dresses. It will make me look like that guy. What. Evah. The Motoart PW-747 Cowling Bar rocks my world:
God only knows how many times I've needed an ejection seat in bars. Too bad that these Martin-Baker Mk7s—used in the hand-made $225,000 Phantom Bar—don't work for real. The whole thing is so tacky that is cool.
Starting today and running through the 25th, A temporary bar dubbed "Alcoholic Architecture" is popping up in London offering a cloud of breathable gin and tonic to it's patrons.