We've learned the lesson the hard way that, despite the sharp looks of a bare iPhone, without a case on it, it's a ticking time bomb. Not only does the Lunecase keep the clean look of your iPhone intact, it also adds a whole new world of usability. Using electromagnetic energy, the case lights up a small notification ... continue reading
The Sennheiser MOMENTUM project is all about people who use their creativity to push music and sound forward. In this video, Sennheiser showcases the audio brilliance of Imogen Heap who invented her own digital glove that transforms movements and gestures into sound. Let Imogen Heap and her creative passion help you ... continue reading
Brewing a cup of coffee to start the morning is a given, but when we need a quick jolt in the afternoon, we turn to a shot of espresso. Instead of taking up precious cabinet space with a few mugs and espresso cups, let this guy pull double duty. Flip the 5.5 oz coffee mug over, and you have a 1.5 oz espresso cup for ... continue reading
If archiving all your old notebooks includes simply dropping them in a large cardboard box, it's time to rethink how you hold onto your memories. After filling out our fair share, we've found the best way to keep all those notes and thoughts for the future is to have a backup system. PaperSync wants to be that backup ... continue reading
Instead of wading through the massive amount of new app releases searching for a few diamonds in the rough, just check some of these. This is a collection of our favorite new apps for both iOS and Android for your downloading pleasure.
The Card Table - iOS
Lingua.ly - GooglePlay
Entrain - iOS
PackPoint - GooglePlay
FireChat ... continue reading
Ah, Apple. Always with an eye for design and clean appearances. Sometimes this makes parts of their products not ideally functional. A prime example of this is the location of the USB ports on an iMac. Located on the back of the monitor, they require you to reach around and finagle your plug just to insert it. The ... continue reading
These headphones are a rebellion against plastic cans that are too delicate to stand up to all the wear and tear we put a pair through. Crafted from locally grown Canadian Maple, each pair is durable, solid, and provides a unique detailed tone. The density of the wood used offers naturally good insulation from outside ... continue reading
A couple years back, Lytro released a camera that allowed you to capture the entire light field when you were taking pictures. This gave you the ability to focus the images after you've taken them. In a word, it was fantastic. Now the company is back with another camera that you're going to want to get your hands on. ... continue reading
It doesn't matter if you're a member of the Mac or PC camp, the universal truth about laptops is that all chargers suck. FINsix is going to change all of that with the Dart adapter. Using patented MIT technology (FINsix was founded by a team of MIT grad students) called very high frequency (VHF) power conversion, the ... continue reading
If you’re in the market for a portable vaporizer, you’ve probably heard of the Pax. The sleek and discreet device from Ploom has been called the iPod of vaporizers. We took one for a spin to see if it’s worth the $250 price tag.
What is it?
A loose-leaf vaporizer that easily fits in your hand or in your pocket. ... continue reading
What drives you? What's the one thing that pushes you ahead of the pack? What's your MOMENTUM? Sennheiser , and their incredibly detailed MOMENTUM headphones, want to discover yours. First, check out the video to see how artists like Eklips and Nik Nowak express their MOMENTUM, and then find that creative spark in ... continue reading
Lifta doesn't come with hidden compartments, storage trays, or anything that will clutter the appearance of your clean workstation. What it does offer is a very basic, but very beautiful, way to lift your monitor to the proper ergonomic height while giving you a place to put your peripherals. It's simple, and you're ... continue reading
We don't consider ourselves anything more than human iPods when it comes to "DJing" parties, but that doesn't make the upcoming Midi Fighter Twister from DJ Tech Tools any less awesome. DJ Tech Tools built the entire project around community submitted designs and ended up with a MIDI controller with more knobs, buttons ... continue reading
The roll-out of Google Glass has been an odd one. Though not commercially available yet, you've no doubt seen the smart-eyewear around. On April 15, you can finally get your hands on a pair ... possibly. Google announced that starting at 6am on April 15, they would give anyone in the US a chance to purchase the futuristic ... continue reading
Marrying analog and digital technologies hardly ever comes out the way most people intended it to. When it comes to audio, this is incredibly unfortunate because there's nothing quite like the sounds that come out of a tube driven amplifier. At the same time, there's nothing less convenient than being bound to one ... continue reading
With the term "smart" being tossed in from of so many products these days - smartphones, smartwatches, etc - this would probably be best described as a smart radar detector. Besides handling your standard radar detecting functions, the device works with an app on your smartphone to deliver live updates on cop sightings, ... continue reading