Daily Archives: January 17, 2013

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CST-01: World’s Thinnest Watch (Video)

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[GR]d2dOCWhUz0A[/GR] News flash : the average timepiece worn on the wrist of an adult homo sapien is equivalent to a stack of cinder blocks resting on a single wrist. (Hey I don’t make this stuff up. I just conjure it out of the ether.) Chances are, you’re already late. Why...

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Best Buy Becomes Exclusive Retailer for Leap Motion Controller

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Leap Motion‘s gesture control technology, designed to create a better way for people to interact with their electronic devices, will be exclusively available at Best Buy. The controllers will be available for pre-order starting in February (the product is not yet visible on Best Buy’s website). You can also fill out the...

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The Cadillac ELR is a Volt in Wolf’s Clothing

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The Chevy Volt lacks the aggressive styling cues that I’ve come to appreciate in more opulent cars, such as Tesla’s Model S or the BMW M3.  Sure, either of the aforementioned cars are hardly comparable in price or performance, but perhaps that best explains the Volt’s rather benign characteristics and...

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21 of the Best iPhone Apps of 2012

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So you finally got a new iPhone for the Holidays? Congratulations! Once you’ve put the phone through the wringer of using FaceTime, invoking Siri, and watching that adorable cat video for the 300th time, you start to wonder what other features and nifty things your new iDevice can do. Here’s...

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9mm Bullet Cufflinks Are Shotgun Wedding Certified

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There are no shortage of inventive cufflinks.  Some of the best I’ve seen are of the Star Wars ilk, but those are excessively expensive and might draw so much appeal due to their nostalgic quality.  Rising to the top of my list, assuming I was going to a “shotgun wedding”,...

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Glide: a Squeegee for your Knife

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For the professional, or at least experienced chef, all the tools they’ll ever need are the basic ones.  I’ve been cooking for the better part of my life (hard to believe) and when I’m presented with a contraption that chops, dices, or slices, I proudly stick my nose high in...