NIXON’s smartwatch is designed specifically for surfers and skiers. The Android Wear watch displays information on tides, powder, and weather around the world. It’s water-resistant to 100 meters, shock-resistant, and looks fantastic. We only wish it had GPS capability.
The Chrome Music Lab Experiments are easy to use web-based apps that let you create music or play with sound right on your desktop or mobile browser. Just a few years ago stuff like this was available only on professional software.
A far-future tire design for autonomous vehicles. The Eagle 360 would offer cars much greater maneuverability, thanks to their spherical shape, a larger contact area, and unique tread design. Their mag-lev attachment system is like having four BB-8s driving your car.
“Every time a computer does some narrow thing there’s a temptation to think that it’s all over for us.” Breakthroughs in robotics and artificial intelligence are often met with a hint of dread. Retro Report talked to scientists to ask if we should fear our creations.
We’ve been on the hunt for a laptop that could keep up with the daily demands of creating The Awesomer. Thanks to its powerful 6th-gen Intel core i7 CPU, insanely sharp 15″ 4K display, and great build quality, the 2016 Dell XPS 15 is our officially our machine of choice.
A smartwatch with one main smart feature. It has an ePaper display over its dial that indicates your free and busy time for the next 12h using data from your calendar app. You’ll be able to mix and match the watch with a variety of lugs and straps.
Probably the loudest portable speaker ever. SoundBoks has four drivers – two woofers and two tweeters – each boosted by a 42W digital amplifier. Its DSP allows it to blast up to a scary 119dB, yet its swappable battery lasts between 8h to 100h per charge. And yes, it goes to 11.
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