Thursday, June 6th, 2013

The Belkin RockStar 5-Way Headphone Splitter

The Belkin RockStar is a new way to share and mix your music with friends–a unique hub that connects a combination of MP3 players and headphones. Attach your headphones and hear your friend’s playlist. Or, add another iPod to mix songs and listen together. RockStar makes it fun to create your own music experience.

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

The Timbre Amplifier

Through passive amplification, this small wooden amplifier can boost the sound of your iphone by up to 20 decibels. The Timbre Amplifer uses your iPhone’s existing speaker eliminating the need to worry about a battery charge for an external speaker. Portable enough to carry with you but classy enough to leave out on your desk, Timbre is locally crafted from black walnut wood and is available in two finishes. Available for iphone 4, 4S and 5. Approximate dimensions 9cm x 6cm x 4cm.

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Nike SB App

Continuing its construction of the proverbial bridge that adjoins apparel with technology, Nike announces the future release of an app devoted exclusively to the gnarly world of skateboarding. Once any mobile user registers he or she will have the opportunity to learn new tricks from the app’s extensive Trick Tree, connect with skaters around the globe for random games of S.K.A.T.E., take part in challenges issued by Nike SB’s pro team, and track one’s progression through an adept sociable profile.

Thursday, May 30th, 2013

Philips SoundShooter Portable Speaker

Philips presents a compact portable speaker bearing striking similarity to a grenade just in time for the picnicking season. Allowing for wireless music streaming via Bluetooth, the SoundShooter’s carabiner attaches to belts or bags while the rechargeable battery lasts up to eight hours. Order your speaker in one of four colors here.

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Robot Butler Can Predict Your Actions and Pour Your Beer

Researchers at Cornell University have programmed a robot that can predict what you’re about to do and offer up a helping hand. Using a Microsoft Kinect sensor, the robot watches your body movements. Then, it accesses a video database of about 120 household activities — ranging from putting food in the microwave, eating, brushing teeth, making cereal, and yes, pouring booze — to predict what your actions will be a few seconds into the future. The robot can then make a decision about what you’re likely to do next, and what it can do to assist you in that task.

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013


The Inteliscope is a combination of a tactical rail mount for an iPhone or iPod and an app that brings critical ballistics and environmental insight to the shooter in real time.

Friday, May 24th, 2013

The Official ‘Destiny’ Trailer

Watch this live-action/CG trailer and get a sneak peek at Destiny, the bold, new action game from the creators of Halo and the company that brought you Call of Duty. “As a Guardian of the City sets out on an epic, action-packed adventure to reclaim our Solar System, he recalls the moment when he was first taught the most important lesson of all — The Law of the Jungle.” See the official worldwide Destiny gameplay reveal on June 10 during Sony’s PlayStation E3 Press Conference. For more information about the game please visit the official Destiny website.

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

Apple’s Tax Issue Shines Uncomfortable Spotlight on Ireland

DUBLIN — Ireland called on Wednesday for an international clampdown on multinationals shifting profits around the world to avoid tax, after criticism that Irish loopholes helped technology giant Apple to shrink its tax bill.

Monday, May 20th, 2013

Yahoo Claims “We Won’t Screw it Up” After Acquiring Tumblr for 1.1B

Yahoo promised “not to screw it up” as it formally announced its acquisition of the Tumblr blogging platform for $1.1bn ahead of the US stock market opening on Monday.

Sunday, May 19th, 2013

Phil Jackson Compares MJ & Kobe in New Book ‘Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success’

Phil Jackson has been hesitant in comparing Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant despite his first hand knowledge of both players and their immense talents on the court. With the release of his latest book Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success, Jackson finally places pen to paper and describes who he thinks is the more complete player. The Los Angeles Times, which received an advance copy of the 339-page book, provided some details of Jackson’s Jordan and Bryant comparison.