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What Could Be Cooler Than a Sleek Watch Made From Dead AK-47s?

David Smothers April 6, 2013

Smart watches fart watches. Why would you want to have your email on your wrist when you could have an impossibly badass—and doubtless expensive—analogue sucker made of reclaimed AK-47 steel wrapped around your arm. Though it’s certainly a kickass watch, with a gold rifle-sight inspired frame set inside sapphire crystal, the Inversion Principle Tourbillon is so… Continue Reading »


The Tiny Music Box In This Watch Plays Sinatra At the Top Of Every Hour

David Smothers March 16, 2013

In an effort to further differentiate their high-end products, luxury watchmakers are continuing to move farther away from precious metals and jewels, and focusing more on wacky novelty features. So instead of just chiming at the top of every hour, Ulysse Nardin’s Stranger watch plays Frank Sinatra’s 1966 hit Strangers In the Night on a… Continue Reading »


Bubble desks keep employees from socializing on the job

David Smothers February 8, 2013

French architect and designer Christian Pottgiesser is revolutionizing the modern office. In an effort to increase productivity and inspire employees’ creativity, Pottgiesser came up with these clear plexiglass bubble domes that create an individual workspace for each and every person. The idea of actually incorporating bubble desks into various work places and environments might seem… Continue Reading »


This Is the New BlackBerry Z10

David Smothers January 30, 2013

Here it is. It’s the new Blackberry 10. It’s official, it looks exactly like the leaked photos and the renders we published. Technical specs • 4.2-inch touchscreen with a 1280 x 768 pixels resolution, which at 356 pixels per inch is better than the iPhone 5’s 326 pixels per inch. • Dual core TI OMAP 4470 1.5GHz… Continue Reading »


Garmin Approach S2 Straps 30,000 Golf Courses To Your Wrist

David Smothers January 23, 2013

If there’s one sport that’s managed to spawn an entire industry of bizarre gadgets promising to improve a player’s game, it’s golf. But Garmin’s new Approach S2 watch manages to shine in a sea of mediocrity, providing a genuinely useful tool to golfers with a library of over 30,000 course layouts from around the world, available without… Continue Reading »


Intel Launches Budget Ivy Bridge Processors

David Smothers January 22, 2013

Now that Intel has its efficient and expensive Ivy Bridge microarchitecture in tablets and computers everywhere, it’s decided to launch a budget-friendly line of processors which use the same 22nm manufacturing process. CPU World reports that Intel is launching three Celeron CPUs, four Pentiums and a new Core i3 processor, which should theoretically be available from… Continue Reading »


You Can Buy a Surface Pro on February 9th

David Smothers January 22, 2013

The wait for the bigger, badder, probably a hell of a lot better Surface Pro will be over soon: it hits retailers early next month. The Pro model will be available at Microsoft retail spots (online and off) per usual, as well as Staples and Best Buy. If you want one, the time to start pulling together… Continue Reading »


Apple’s 2013 product pipeline to feature new iPhones and all-Retina iPad and MacBook Pro lineups

David Smothers January 16, 2013

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has made his Apple hardware predictions for the upcoming year, and expects a bevy of new iOS and Mac product releases will help the iPhone maker address a wider swath of the market Source: KGI Securities Kuo, who has seen previous success in predicting future Apple products, says the company will… Continue Reading »


Asus Claims the Title of World’s Smallest Wi-Fi Router

David Smothers January 11, 2013

Amongst all of its Windows 8 PCs and tablet announcements at CES, Asus also quietly revealed what it’s boasting as the world’s smallest Wi-Fi router. And with a form factor only slightly larger than a well-equipped flash drive, the WL-330NUL Pocket Router is the perfect accessory for minimalist road warriors. Weighing in at just 25… Continue Reading »


Asus Takes Giant Leap Into Gesture Tech

David Smothers January 8, 2013

Later this year, Asus will begin offering high-end computers that integrate gesture-based technology from Leap Motion, which has developed a sensor that detects even tiny motions. Leap technology “will be best on notebooks as an alternative to a touchscreen,” said Enderle Group Principal Analyst Rob Enderle. Leap Motion announced on Thursday that its touch-free 3D motion… Continue Reading »

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