Tech & Gear

  • 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. […]

  • Unsubscriber: App Makes Hay Out of Unwanted Subscriptions

    Unsubscriber: App Makes Hay Out of Unwanted Subscriptions

    It’s a problem that’s probably been around almost as long as the internet itself: Inboxes clogged with unwanted newsletters, “special offers,” and other assorted bits of detritus. With spam filters being as advanced as they are now, you could probably free yourself of all this junk mail if you just took the time to sit […]

  • Sennheiser Momentum Wireless Headphones

    Sennheiser Momentum Wireless Headphones

    When it comes to headphones, Sennheiser might not be as trendy as other brands, but they’re pretty much unmatched in the field of quality (this isn’t just BS, I’m wearing a pair as I write this). Now, the brand has unveiled a followup to their Momentum model headphones that subtracts the sometimes unsightly and cumbersome […]

  • Sling TV: New TV Subscription Service From Dish Network

    Sling TV: New TV Subscription Service From Dish Network

    Anyone who’s ever paid a cable bill has probably wished that they could just pay for the channels they want to watch, and not bother with all those channels they have no interest in. Some might point out that if it weren’t for the “pay for everything” cable subscription model, most of your favorite channels […]

  • Cannador: “Premium Storage for the (Marijuana) Connoisseur”

    Cannador: “Premium Storage for the (Marijuana) Connoisseur”

    As the United States continues the slow journey towards absolute decriminalization of marijuana, more and more companies are coming out of the woodwork (so to speak) to meet new consumer demands. The latest is Cannador, a classy solution to the problem of storing your weed – provided you live somewhere where such substances are already […]

  • Sengled Boost: LED Light Bulbs Also Boost WiFi

    Sengled Boost: LED Light Bulbs Also Boost WiFi

    The march of technology has been especially unforgiving to old-fashion light bulbs lately, but now there’s a light bulb that does more than just illuminate a room. It’s the Sengled Boost, an LED light bulb that also boosts your WiFi signal. The Sengled Boost is designed to deal with the problem of WiFi “black zones,” […]