Have you ever stood at your local suds emporium and wondered whether or not the bottles you were about to purchase were filled with microbrewed craft goodness or a macrobrewed imposter? That line of questioning is what led Barrett Garese and Rudy Jahchan to launch Craft Check, a dollar iTunes app with the sole purpose of letting you know whether your beer is truly craft. Launch the app, scan the barcode and Craft Check will let you know the truth about how crafty your beer really is. Don't get us wrong, there's nothing wrong with the big boy bottlers, but sometimes you just want to support the little guy.
Congratulations, you’re about to have the most fun possible getting disgustingly dizzy. The idea is simple: Attach a GoPro to a hula hoop and record the action. The results, however, are glorious. Here are a few women who have put the idea to good use.
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We've said it before, and we'll say it again--the guys at BIGiDESIGN know pens. They're better at launching, and delivering, Kickstarter pens than anyone else, and they're back with a slightly new version of the Solid Titanium Pen + Stylus. What's new in this model? Most importantly, everything but the spring (internal ... continue reading
It's only March, but the greatest invention of 2014 is already here. Oscar Mayer has created an app and iPhone plug-in device that will deliver the smell of bacon to you on command. Put down the tools, guys working on flying cars, your 2014 champ is here. The Wake Up & Smell the Bacon app is currently free in the ... continue reading
Ring is about to change the way you interact with and use your devices. When you're wearing it, you can write and send text messages, turn on your TV, play some music, make payments, and do plenty more with simple waves of your finger. Customize the gestures and use them to perform countless tasks. Ring uses a Bluetooth ... continue reading
You could spend every waking minute with your girlfriend listening to music, going to concerts, and talking about podcasts, and the Cone would still know what you want to hear better than she does. The speaker learns what you like to listen to, when you like to listen to it, and how highly you rate it, and uses that ... continue reading
You know that SD card slot on your Macbook that you only use when you remember to switch your camera off the CF card, or bring the tiny point-and-shoot with you? Turns out there is a much better use for the slot if you have a Nifty Minidrive. The Nifty Minidrive is nothing more than one of those microSD to SD card ... continue reading
We rarely go anywhere to eat without doing at least a little research into what others think of the joint. For this purpose, Yelp is a trusty companion. While we don't buy all the reviews and don't put too much stock into what some people think (looking at you, guy who went in-depth on his Subway lunch), for the most ... continue reading
The 360 Fly Camera is like nothing you've ever seen before. It captures things even the human can't see because it's constantly taking video in 360 degree horizontal by 240 degree vertical--which makes it the widest viewing camera in the world. You can carry it, or mount it to tripods, helmets, or a bunch of other ... continue reading
Nothing ruins the memory of a good night out like waking up to find a sheet of paper slapped under your windshield wiper. First you're outraged and ready to take on the man and then - in the words of Tyler Durden - you accept your fate. The bottom line is it's a hassle to fight it and not worth your time, but with ... continue reading
Walking down the streets of Chicago, two guys happened upon a 1920s Magnavox R3 Horn Speaker in a shop window. Inspiration struck and they decided to create their own representation of a modern horn speaker. This is fantastic for a few reasons. We love gramophones and horn speakers for the looks and the sound, but ... continue reading
Sports Illustrated has gone ahead and given us Christmas early this year with a behind the scenes look at Kate Uptons' Zero Gravity Photoshoot. Wearing only a gold bikini, and tumbling back to earth at a 45 degree angle does provide some interesting footage. Be sure to pick up the 2014 Swimsuit Issue for more.
If MacGyver had an iPhone, this would be his case. Okay, his would probably just have some twine and a piece of bubble gum in it, but you get the picture. The In1 Multi-Tool Utility Case comes complete with screwdrivers, pens, a nail file, tweezers, scissors, and a little kick stand so you can prop your phone up to ... continue reading
The soon-to-be-released Sony Alpha a6000 is a glorious step up from snapping pictures with your iPhone. Sporting the world's fastest autofocus system - Sony claims it will lock onto to your subject in just 0.06 seconds - and a new 24.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, the surprisingly affordable camera is perfect for guys who ... continue reading
The Dash in-ear headphones are about to change your daily run or gym trip. That's because, not only do they pump music into your ear holes like any ole pair of headphones, but they also monitor your heart rate, oxygen saturation, and energy spent. Through tracking your pace, steps, cadence, and distance, they provide ... continue reading