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Griffin's Col. Littleton and Otis James Collections Give Your iPhone Some Southern Style

Aug 20, 2013  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

The proliferation of the iPhone means two things for individuality: on the one hand, you're more likely to have the same phone as everyone else, but the standardization also means more customization. With so many people using the same devices, there are more personalization options out there. And that principally comes down to cases.... Read More

Become a Morning Person with The Renew SleepClock

Oct 3, 2012  |   Contributor: Sally Farris  |  1 Comment

You know the person who is chipper even at seven in the morning? Well of course you want to punch that person in the throat, and why wouldn't you? Who do they think they are, running around like a ray of sunshine at this hour? Itís too early for that. Or is it? Could you become one of those people? Renew SleepClock by Gear4 claims they can cure you of your daily hatred for the land of the living. Apparently your problem isn't that you want to stay sleeping all the time, itís just that you've set yourself up to be violently alarmed out of deep sleep every morning. It is no wonder that you want to punt a puppy or trip an old woman, when you're going through that trauma with every sunrise.... Read More

Change a Life | Alzheimer's Patients Need iPod's

Sep 28, 2012  |   Contributor: Sally Farris  |  1 Comment

Have you ever heard a song on the radio and and been sent back to a specific moment in time? Maybe The Eaglesí ďPeaceful, Easy FeelingĒ provided the background music to your first kiss? Or "Oops!...I Did It Again" by Britney Spears reminds you of your eighth grade school dance? Whatever your story, nearly everyone is transported to the past when they hear a familiar song, and few people would dare contradict you when you mention the power of music. It is something, that though we donít fully understand, we can all relate to. Dan Cohen, social worker and creator of the program ďMusic & MemoryĒ seeks to tap into the universality of music, and the regenerative effects it can have on an individualís memory.... Read More

Galileo Brings Motion to Your iPhone

Jun 27, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  1 Comment

Motrr is a small design company based in Santa Cruz, California and their latest gadget, Galileo, is one iPhone lovers are sure to flock towards. The device is a small 360-degree rotating platform that your phone easily slots into, allowing you to record video and capture photos easier than ever before. Able to pan and tilt, Galileo gives the user more control than ever. The luxury electronics item is sleek enough that it looks like it could have easily been designed by the Apple team themselves, and we're sure the mega corporation is already kicking themselves for not thinking of it first.... Read More

Bowers and Wilkins Give iPod Listeners Vibrant, New Sound

May 16, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

From Bowers & Wilkins, makers of luxury electronics for audio, comes the exceptional P5 headset. These incredible headphones allow listeners the highest quality sound, while eliminating competing noise. Bowers & Wilkinsí advanced technological capabilities make their products top-of-the-line, and the P5 is no exception.... Read More

Crosley Puts a Vintage Spin on Modern Technology

Feb 9, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

If you love the look of classic electronics, but want to stay up-to-date with technology, then check out these handy little gadgets that disguise iPods. With a retro-aesthetic, no one will know you're hiding a sleek piece of modern-day marvel. Crosley is a blast from the past, lending an old-time look to the new sounds of modern technology.... Read More

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