Pumpkin Carving Ideas for Star Trek Fans

File this under: geeky pumpkin carvings. If you're a Star Trek fan that's looking for some neat pumpkin carving ideas, these eighteen stunning examples by ThePumpkinGeek should do the trick. However, if you want to purchase the ones found in this gallery, you'll have to shell out $90 each. Click here to see them all.

[via Technabob - ThePumpkinGeek]

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Fujitsu Unveils Dual-Touchscreen Cell Phone

Fujitsu unveiled a futuristic dual-touchscreen cell phone concept at CEATEC 2010, featuring "a 3.4-inch capacitive touchscreen on top and a 3.5-inch version on the bottom, with both displays having 480 x 960 resolution." No word yet on if this will go into production. Video after the break,

One screen can be rotated by 90 degrees, and both screens switch between landscape and portrait modes automatically. What's cool is that you can actually separate contents on both screens, for example using Twitter on top and checking emails on the bottom.
[via MobileCrunch]

Fan Creates Real-Life Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Van

TMNT fan Brittney Schneck decided to convert her 1994 Dodge Caravan into the famed vehicle seen in the cartoon and movies. The reason why she chose to use the Caravan rather than a Volkswagen is "because they are easy to find parts for, easy to work on, comfortable to drive, and also for family reason[s]." Click here for more pictures.

[via Buzzfeed - Cardomain]

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Deal of the Day: $829.99 Dell Studio XPS sx8100 Intel Core i5 Desktop Computer for $629.99 Shipped

Amazon has the Dell Studio XPS sx8100-850NBC Desktop Computer for only $629.99 shipped, originally priced at $829.99. It features a 3.20-GHz Intel Core i5-650 processor, 6GB dual-channel 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM, an NVIDIA GeForce G310M (512MB) graphics card, 1TB (7200 RPM) hard drive, and a 16x DVD+/-RW drive. Product page.

This Studio XPS 8100 offers the latest in Intel Core i5 processing power for lightning-fast games and video applications. The Intel Core i5 processor automatically allocates processing power where it's needed most. Whether you're creating HD video, composing digital music, editing photos, or playing the coolest PC games.
[via Amazon]

30 Hilarious Animal Demotivational Posters

It's not everyday that you see a funny animal in real life, much less one worthy of a demotivational poster. Thanks to the internet, getting uninspired just became a lot easier. Click here to see thirty hilarious animal-related examples.

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12 Stunning 3D Wall Mural Illusions


Image credit: Eric Grohe

From afar, it may appear as if the 3D wall mural above is actually a real building, filled with people, but it's actually just an illusion created by artist Eric Grohe. Click here to see twelve more stunning 3D wall mural illusions. Video after the break.

[via BoredPanda]

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