NEWS

  • “Champion”: 2016 NBA Finals Theme Song by The Roots (Audio)

    “Champion”: 2016 NBA Finals Theme Song by The Roots (Audio)

    The 2016 NBA Finals are upon us, with the first game slated for just over a week from now. Getting in on those pre-game jitters are The Roots, who have released the official theme song for this year’s finals, entitled “Champion.” Not to be confused with the Kanye West track of the same name, “Champion” […]

  • ‘Halloween’ Franchise Coming Back With John Carpenter’s Involvement

    ‘Halloween’ Franchise Coming Back With John Carpenter’s Involvement

    The Halloween film franchise has been trudging along for decades now, without any involvement from its original architect, John Carpenter. But according to a new press release from JC and Blumhouse Productions, the man himself is coming back into the fold, albeit not from the director’s chair where he unquestionably belongs: “Tonight’s press gathering included […]

  • Chop Cutting Boards Hold Your Cutlery Too

    Chop Cutting Boards Hold Your Cutlery Too

    Unless you’re in the habit of throwing your kitchen knives into your cutting board—pirate-ship style, so the blades embed in the surface of the board—you probably have a separate place for your knives. But why? With Chop Cutting Boards, you can always keep your cutlery right at hand where you do your cutting. Chop Cutting […]

  • Nura: “Headphones That Learn and Adapt to Your Unique Hearing”

    Nura: “Headphones That Learn and Adapt to Your Unique Hearing”

    Charlie Parker, Private Eye will spend plenty of time telling you how everyone’s ears are unique, but he’s mostly focused on their outward appearance, rather than how they actually work. In fact, everybody hears sounds differently, and Nura is a new headphone brand that purports to account for these small differences between all of us. […]

  • Gyeondyo-bar: Korean Ice Cream Bar Fights Hangover Symptoms

    Gyeondyo-bar: Korean Ice Cream Bar Fights Hangover Symptoms

    In the western world, hangover cures tend to carry a subliminal undercurrent of penitence, as if to repent for your bad behavior you have to subject yourself to something horrible like an egg-and-Tabasco smoothie in order to avoid the even worse punishment of a hangover. But in South Korea they have a different approach, as […]

  • ‘Bellissima!: The Italian Automotive Renaissance, 1945 to 1975′

    ‘Bellissima!: The Italian Automotive Renaissance, 1945 to 1975′

    Ask any automotive enthusiast when the golden age of Italian cars was, and you’ll probably get a wide array of responses, but few of them will fall outside of the the window between 1945 and 1975. That’s the period covered by Bellissima!: The Italian Automotive Renaissance, 1945 to 1975, a new book celebrating these beautiful […]

  • 5 Keys to Drive the Women Wild

    5 Keys to Drive the Women Wild

    Presented by GUESS. If you’ve spent the last several months bundled up inside, waiting for the heat wave to roll around, you’re not going to want to waste any time reacquainting yourself with the ladies now that summer is here. For those of you who may have a tough time getting back in the groove […]

  • Skull Armchair From Besson Gregory

    Skull Armchair From Besson Gregory

    Both Kit Walker and Johnny Domino are famous for living in structures that look like skulls, but design house Besson Gregory (and its eponymous designer Gregory Besson) has come up with a way for you to do them one better in your very own home: The Skull Armchair. The Skull Armchair doesn’t really require much […]

  • Google Ara Modular Smartphone Finally Unveiled

    Google Ara Modular Smartphone Finally Unveiled

    You may remember Project Ara, the prototype for a modular smartphone Google released to the public very early last year. Unless you’re some kind of smartphone devotee, it’s also possible that you forgot all about it in the ensuing 16 months, but now the Google Ara has been completed and is evidently on its way […]