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Marty McFly’s shoes include LEDs, arrive this month

Marty McFly’s shoes include LEDs, arrive this month

There's still a dearth over hoverboards, but if you dream of owning Marty McFly's shoes from Back to the Future, you're in luck: the company Halloween Costumes has unveiled a licensed replica pair, complete with LED lights. They're available in a wide range of sizes and not set to release until September 30, but there's one snafu.

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Star Wars 7 has a Batmobile in it

Star Wars 7 has a Batmobile in it

Not the same Tumblr you think of when you think of internets culture, but the Tumbler you saw in the Christopher Nolan Batman films over the past several years. Batman V Superman director Zach Snyder and the Star Trek / Star Wars director have been having a sort of low-key, high-cost image battle recently, and this is only the most recent entry.

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Keanu Reeves Motorcycle: ARCH and the sissy bar

Keanu Reeves Motorcycle: ARCH and the sissy bar

It’s like whoa. The ARCH Motorcycle Company has unveiled their newest machine, the KRGT-1, a motorcycle with a rather unique style. It’s got a back-story too. One that includes Keanu Reeves, a sissy bar, and a dream for a next-generation American V-twin with "the perfect balance of performance and design."

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Surge soda pop is back: thank you internets

Surge soda pop is back: thank you internets

For the first time in 13 years, the soda pop called Surge is back on the market. We have a lot of people to thank for the re-Surgence. First I’d like to thank those at the Surge Movement - without their tireless efforts, none of this would have been possible. Next I’d like to thank YTCracker - without his homage to the drink, we might never have been able to forge through the cold, Surge-less night.

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TiVo’s new pricing scheme will let you hook up 12 rooms

TiVo’s new pricing scheme will let you hook up 12 rooms

Taking advantage of the fact that houses may have more than one room and that people might want to watch TV in some of them, TiVo is announcing a new offer that will accommodate that scenario well. For a monthly service fee of $14.99, TiVo subscribers will be able to string together up to 12 rooms so that they can get access to their recordings anywhere. As long as they're in the house, of course.

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