With Vaunt, Intel is taking steps toward solving the Glasshole paradox: how to get consumers to wear wearables that don't make wearers seem like bad clichés of wearable users. Read the rest
A tricked out Japanese wooden keyboard goes for $1400. Cheap ones are just $40. Linus tests if it's worth the additional money.
Spoilers: it's not worth it. He says, "I can't be-leaf how much I paid for this thing. I feel like a total sap."
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"Track your salt intake, stream your favorite music and set the dining ambiance with mood lighting!"
Smalt is a game changer, people. They need your support on Indiegogo to make this dream a reality.
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Ask any photographer or filmmaker about the lamest question they get the most, and they'll probably say questions about what gear they use. Georges Antoni showed that camera doesn't matter as much as other factors by shooting the June Elle Australia cover on an iPhone 7 Plus: Read the rest
Bright Sun Films' Abandoned series looks at Circuit City's steady rise and dizzying fall in the world of retail consumer electronics. Read the rest