An extremely versatile pair of powered monitors. The R-15PM has RCA, optical, USB, 3.5mm and Bluetooth inputs. Its 1″ tweeter and 5.25″ woofer are powered by a 50W amp, while the 13″x 7″x 8″ cases each have a rear-firing port for added bass.
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.
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