Audi R8 GT Spyder

February 15, 2012

The hand built Audi R8 GT Spyder is finally starting to hit the automotive scene, and this thing does not disappoint.

This beast of a car is packing a 5.2 liter V10 engine pumping out an astounding 560 horsepower that will get you to 60 miles per hour from a standstill…


Pinterest: Everything You Wanted to Know About 2012′s Hottest Startup [INFOGRAPHIC]

February 15, 2012

Pinterest has emerged as the runaway social media hit of early 2012. You probably knew that already. But did you know the company just has 12 people? Or that 97% of Pinterest’s Facebook fans are women?, a visual marketing firm, took a deep dive into the data to catalog Pinterest’s…


Fostex TH900

February 14, 2012

A new challenger to the audiophile scene has arrived from Japan to take on the Audio-Technicas and Grados of the world. Fostex’s TH900 ($2,300) boasts 50mm dynamic drivers with 1.5 tesla magnetic flux density and an earcup housing finished in a lacquer that is done by the centuries-old Sakamoto Lacquer…


Burberry Prorsum Braided iPad Case

February 14, 2012

Burberry isn’t one to just stamp its logo all over a sheet of leather and call it and iPad case. Their iPad Case ($625) from Burberry Prorsum has an artisanal quality with hand punched detailing and braided leather adds a unique character that sets it apart from the typical sleeves…


Apple iWatch2

February 13, 2012

What if Apple would create an iWatch?

“The Apple Story”

February 13, 2012

Nice documentation about the big name Apple. With interviews, behind the scenes material & more….


Jaineel Shah’s Brilliant Pinch Hanger

February 10, 2012

When hang-drying that favorite tee I can’t afford to shrink anymore, I take a coat hanger and go in through the neckhole, doing that coat hanger version of a three-point turn. On a clumsy day I’ll stretch the neck a bit, but manipulating the hanger by going in through the…


Aluminium Speaker Dock Looks Right At Home Under Your iMac

February 10, 2012

Another day, another iOS device dock designed to compensate for their unimpressive built-in speakers. Today it’s Philips with its elongated DS6100 featuring an aluminium housing that’s designed to perfectly complement your iMac.

A pair of neodymium speakers with 20 watts of total power should considerably outperform the speaker on your iPhone…


Type This Into Google for a Valentine’s Day Surprise

February 10, 2012

Romantic math geeks, your moment has arrived. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, go ahead and type (or paste) this into Google search:

sqrt(cos(x))*cos(300x)+sqrt(abs(x))-0.7)*(4-x*x)^0.01, sqrt(6-x^2), -sqrt(6-x^2) from -4.5 to 4.5

Twitter user @Huckberry tipped us off to the fact that typing in the algebraic equation plots several different functions on a graph…

Watch Every Apple Design Ever in a 30-Second Video

February 10, 2012

Rob Beschizza over at BoingBoing put together this awesome video that runs through more or less every iteration of every design Apple’s ever done. It’s mesmerising how even the retro Apple stuff is so obviously ancient but still abides by the same tenets of design as today’s stuff.

Beschizza also threw…


Siri Might Be Speaking Mandarin, Japanese, and Russian by March

February 9, 2012

Per a report from Chinese tech blog DoNews, the Siri voice-assistant may be speaking the three new languages by March. The website cites an unnamed Apple engineer working on the Mandarin version, which is reportedly already in testing.

Siri currently supports three English accents, as well as French, and German. There’s…


NASA’s Plane Plans

February 9, 2012

In America’s recent Florida primary, one candidate was lambasted by another for discussing plans to build a base on the moon—to an audience coming from a state with a nearly 10% unemployment rate, back here on Earth. The moon is not really what’s on people’s minds these days. Which raises…


The Olympics Will Have Bombproof Trash Cans with LCD Screens

February 8, 2012

Trash cans are the eyesores of city life, like the grimy physical manifestation of popped pimples overflowing with bags and Chinese takeout ooze. The Olympics? A magnifying glass on a city’s life. That’s why it’s not surprising to see London introduce new, stylish trash cans as a quick makeover —…



February 7, 2012

Japanese artist Haroshi creates three-dimensional sculptures out of used wooden skateboard decks. An avid skateboarder, he began collecting broken skateboard parts in hopes of making them into art. Over the years he has developed a technique where he carves stacks of old skateboard decks and cuts them into wooden mosaics….


Press-To-Open Keyring Just Blew My Mind (And Saved My Fingernails)

February 7, 2012

I’m really sorry suit trouser tracksuit, but there’s only room in my heart for one amazing invention at a time, and you’ve just been replaced by these brilliant Free Key rings that open with a simple press.

I consider myself a fairly dexterous individual, but I’d rather be tasked with finding…

1990, 2005, and Beyond: The NSX

February 6, 2012

Honda chronicles the past, present, and future of the legendary NSX supercar, showcasing its 15 year history and a preview of what’s to come when it returns in 2015 with a sneak peek via a virtualized NSX Concept hitting the track in Gran Turismo 5. Source…


Tilting Table Somehow Makes Ping Pong Even Awesomer

February 6, 2012

They said it couldn’t be done, but Robb Godshaw has successfully found a way to make ping pong—truly man’s greatest sport—even better. By introducing a rocking mechanism under the table, and high-powered flashes to throw off your opponent.

The whole setup is cleverly referred to as Swing Pong, with the table…


Nerd Valentine

February 4, 2012

It’s that time of the year again: Nerd Valentine! YES!…


UK Student Launches World’s First Bamboo Android Phone

February 3, 2012

A Middlesex University student, Kieron-Scott Woodhouse, designed his fantasy Android mobile, making it a little more interesting than many of the black slabs out there by wrapping in a bamboo case. After posting his concept online, a “technology entrepreneur” came forward to help get it made and sold.

The phone’s not…


Volkswagen Styles up a New GTI Snow Sled

February 3, 2012

Volkswagen is no stranger to the art of designing snow sleds as the German carmaker has marketed some nifty pieces modeled after its automobiles over the past few years.

For 2012, the Wolfsburg-based company has released two new sleds that are currently available for order exclusively from its official German…

YellowBird – See the world like never before

February 2, 2012

yellowBird is a world leader in end-to-end 360° video solutions. They shoot, edit, develop and distribute interactive 360° concepts with some of the most progressive agencies, broadcasters and brands around the world.

With current trends leaning heavily towards delivering content for the new tablet market, yellowBird have created a 360º video…

Flying People in New York City

February 1, 2012

Three human shaped RC planes were flown around New York City to create the illusion of people flying.
How fun is this? The marketing team behind the movie Chronicle built three RC planes in the shape of human beings and flew them around New York City to create the illusion of…


Sony Cyber-shot TX200V

January 30, 2012

Sony’s Cyber-shot TX200V is more than just a pretty face. The flagship point-and-shoot not only boasts an 18.2 megapixel sensor in a thin body, but packs ruggedized features like waterproof shooting down to 16 feet, dust protection, and the ability to withstand temperatures down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit. The camera…


9 Quick Tips For Better iPhoneography

January 30, 2012

After sitting in on the photography session at Macworld, we’re even more committed to following through on our New Year’s resolution to take better photos.

This includes iPhoneography. If you’ve become obsessed with capturing images on your mobile phone, here are 9 quick tips to maximize your shooting style, efficiency, and…


Macworld 2012: iPro Lens System Turns iPhone Into a Pro-Grade Camera

January 30, 2012

At this year’s Macworld event, Schneider Optics showed off the iPro Lens System. The package includes professional-quality fisheye and wide-angle lenses, a clever protective cover and a case that doubles as a tripod mount or a convenient handle…


Onepager lets small business owners setup a simple website in minutes

January 17, 2012

Onepager lets small business owners setup a simple website in minutes. The Onepager interface allows you to easily update and maintain your website on your own. No need for a developer.

Here are a few examples built with Onepager: Northport Golfclub and Landmark Diner….


Samsung ES8000

January 16, 2012

Samsung outed their latest flagship tv at CES and its quite the looker. The new ES8000 model features an ultra-slim bezel around the LED backlit display and Micro Dimming Ultimate gives the screen a brighter and richer picture. The display also features a built-in dual core processor that powers the…


A Beauty of a Space Heater

January 13, 2012

A beautiful space heater? It exists? Oh my! Zach Klein, over on supply, says he owns it and it works well!…

Network − Information technology has become a ubiquitous presence

January 12, 2012

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