Tech & Gear

  • Bose QuietComfort 20i Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones

    Bose QuietComfort 20i Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones

    “Noise cancelling” is one of those technology buzzwords that gets thrown around too much in modern marketing, rendering it almost meaningless (like “atomic clock” or “money back guarantee”). But leave it to Bose to restore meaning to the term, and with a pair of in-ear headphones, no less. It’s the Bose QuietComfort 20i Acoustic Noise […]

  • BeoSound Moment Home Music Player From Bang & Olufsen

    BeoSound Moment Home Music Player From Bang & Olufsen

    Danish brand Bang & Olufsen, in addition to having one of the coolest names in the history of mass marketing, is also one of the most respected brands in audio. But even they have managed to outdo themselves with the BeoSound Moment, their new home music player that combines characteristically stylish design with some cool […]

  • ICEHOTEL 25 Art Suites Unveiled

    ICEHOTEL 25 Art Suites Unveiled

    You’ve probably heard of ICEHOTEL, the annual attraction/artistic project in the village of Jukkasjärvi, Sweden that gets an estimated 50,000 visitors. If you haven’t, it’s a giant hotel made almost completely from ice, an impressive feat of engineering that is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. And the ante is being upped considerably with the […]

  • Vincent Laforet’s High-Altitude NYC Photos Are Incredible

    Vincent Laforet’s High-Altitude NYC Photos Are Incredible

    I don’t have any hard data on this, but if I had to guess I would say that New York City is probably the most photographed city of all time. It’s unarguably up there, which means that any photographer would have to work very hard to get a new angle on the city – which […]

  • Intel Compute Stick: Turn Any HDMI Screen Into a Computer

    Intel Compute Stick: Turn Any HDMI Screen Into a Computer

    The miniaturization of technology means that fewer and few people are walking around with full-sized laptops or notebook computers, and even fewer are using desktop PCs, but that doesn’t these larger computers don’t have their uses. And a new product from Intel combines the power of larger computers with unparalleled portability: The Intel Compute Stick. […]

  • Curater by ACNE Studios Is the First Digital Art Subscription Service

    Curater by ACNE Studios Is the First Digital Art Subscription Service

    The young world of high-definition (and ultra high-definition) video and digital streaming has already changed the world of home entertainment, but the world of art exhibition might just be next. That’s because of Curater, a new fully digital art exhibition system developed by ACNE Studios. Curater works by streaming high-definition reproductions of specially curated exhibitions […]

  • eTape16: Digital Tape Measure

    eTape16: Digital Tape Measure

    If you’re a DIY type, it’s possible you’ve had the same tape measure for decades, maybe even one that was handed down to you through generations. And you’re perfectly happy with it, as long as it provides accurate measurements, which it has for decades. But even in this hypothetical scenario, you might be interested in […]

  • Corter Bomber Card: Wallet-Sized Comb and Bottle Opener

    Corter Bomber Card: Wallet-Sized Comb and Bottle Opener

    The list of things you might want to have handy whenever you go out isn’t that long, and if you can knock out two of them with something that doesn’t take up any more space than a credit card, you’re doing pretty well. The Corter Bomber Card lets you do just that, containing a comb […]

  • Adam Lister Makes 8-Bit Pop Art Prints (Pics)

    Adam Lister Makes 8-Bit Pop Art Prints (Pics)

    You might not know the name of artist Adam Lister, but his work is getting more and more attention from various artistic corners of the internet. That’s probably because his technique is perfect in keeping with the pop culture and technology obsessed culture of the internet, capturing recognizable visual icons in a blocky, 8-bit style. […]