Where Are They Now? Video

  • Hoping for a Surge soda comeback 

    Introduced in the early '90s, Surge soda was going to be the 'Mountain Dew Killer,' but after poor sales, Coke pulled the product. To date, fans of the caffeinated drink are still pushing for its return.

  • Atari: From 'High Score' to 'Game Over' 

    Video gamers' lives were forever changed after Atari created the first in-home console.

  • Whatever happened to L.A. Gear? 

    The sneakers with the flashing lights were everywhere in the 90s. And even though the company fell on hard times, the brand is still with us today.

  • Remember Maxell's 'Blown Away Guy'? 

    The electronics maker never knew its audio cassette commercial would find a place in pop culture history.

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The hybrid electronic bike of the future  
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Sleep in Dave Navarro's bed for under $1M  
American guitarist Dave Navarro is selling his Hollywood bachelor pad along with his custom white-vinyl platform bed.  Play
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