Sol Republic has a plan to change – in a good way, the world of headphones with the deadmau5 collaboration Tracks HD headphones. It was developed in close cooperation with the multiple award-winning electronic music artist Joel Zimmerman, also known as deadmau5, as well as digital artist Joshua Davis. This is not another artist-inspired headphone just for the sake of appearances, as there are music artists out there who want to nurture their enterprising and creative spirit further while maintaining an interesting artistic view.
Comprisingo of part illustration, part computer ?controlled randomization?, Joel Zimmerman aka deadmau5 as well as renowned digital artist Joshua Davis, a frequent collaborator alongside deadmau5, came together to comeup with a digital interpretation of the world around deadmau5 which Joshua put it best in his own words as a ?beautiful accident?. You will find the deadmau5 model featuring v10 Sound Engines that delivers deeper bass, a higher clarity and crisp vocals. Not only that, the virtually indestructible FlexTech headband as well as detachable cable with three-button remote and mic can be interchangeable with the rest of the Sol Republic Tracks products. The asking price for the Sol Republic deadmau5 collaboration Tracks HD headphones would retail for $149.99.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Cat headphones meows its way to the market by Sol Republic , Zinken headphone from Urbanears ,
Love telling the time? Well, you might as well do it in style, and Casio has just the thing for you with their latest G-Shock 30th anniversary watch which is set for a release in April next year. In fact, Casio has already lined up its fair share of event that will kick off around the world to commemorate three decades’ worth of their G-Shock line of tough timepieces. Sure, these are not Rolexes or Breitlings, and there is no need to look after them for the next generation just like a Patek. Boasting a vivid red color, it is reminiscent of the rising sun that is paired with the gold accents and back plate in order to make it a worthy candidate for a 30th anniversary timepiece.
Each watch’s design is a throwback to some of the most popular models as you glean through the G-Shock range’s history. Do bear in mind that time and tide wait for no man, and so too does this 30th anniversary G-Shock Red Line timepiece as it will be a limited edition release that has a run of just 12,000 units across the quartet of models. Needless to say, placing your order early would make plenty of sense in this case.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Casio G-SHOCK GB-6900 arriving in March 2012 (updated), Casio launches two new eco-friendly G-Shock watches,
RIM CEO Throsten Heins has stated that his company's next-generation operating system, BlackBerry 10, is in the final stages of testing. He also noted that the company would soon be ready to license...
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So you have a Wi-Fi router in your home, but somehow due to some kind of arcane magic in the vicinity, your room seems to be the only one that fails to receive any signal. Well, fret not – instead of moving your work place to the living room, here is the $24.99 Bounce WiFi Enhancer. Basically, it can transform your regular router into one that runs on steroids – as it basically boosts your Wi-Fi signal strength up to three times the original. Bear in mind that the Bounce WiFi Enhancer will only play nice with routers that have external antennas.
How does it work? All you need to do is place this egg-shaped device right on top of your home?s router, followed by pointing it in the right direction, sort of giving a nudge to the place where you need additional coverage, and see the “magic” work in the previously blind spot. Targeting 802.11 a/b/g routers, it takes just seconds to install, and comes with a one year manufacturer?s warranty. Has anyone given it a go already, and do you think it will work as advertised?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Free AT&T Wi-Fi at Bank of America Stadium, Private WiFi beta 3.2 Hands-On,
Giada has pulled the wraps off its latest mini PC called the i35G. The computer has an MSRP of $274, presumably without the operating system, and uses Nvidia GPU. The specific GPU is an Nvidia GT 610...
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NASA is busy planning missions for its Curiosity Rover vehicle which is currently on Mars. Because the robot is millions of miles away, it can take anywhere from 3mn to 30mn for a radio signal to go from Earth to Mars – this depends on the position of both planets on their respective orbits. This makes it unpractical to “remote control” the robot like you might do on earth, where things can be controlled in real-time.
To save time, NASA has created a technique where they use the robot’s sensors to retrieve 3D imaging of the its surrounding. From there, they can inspect the potential obstacles and prepare a sequence of motion that will direct the robot to do a particular task ranging from moving around to analyzing stuff on the soil. (more…)By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Curiosity rover on Mars receives software update, Curiosity makes Mars landing,
Sprint has announced that it will soon be getting a new smartphone from Motorola that runs the Android operating system. The smartphone is called the Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE. The phone has a 4.3-...
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