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ColorWare Releases Custom Limited Edition “Safari” Beats by Dre Pill 2.0

ColorWare just recently released their newest limited edition product.  The custom Pill 2.0 features a leopard “safari” print, and only 50 pieces total were produced.  The custom Pill is available now for $379.  Grab it here.

RollScout is a Smart Toilet Paper Holder that Notifies you When Running Low

Ah yes, no more sitting down on that porcelain throne & not realizing that you’re out until the very end of your business.  RollScout is a toilet paper holder that will notify you when your roll is running low.  For $49 you can ensure that you never get yourself into a terrible situation again. (But if you do, there are always these 12 household items to wipe with when you run out of T.P.)

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Nike Unveils Nike+ Vending Machines

Nike has recently released vending machines, spreading rather discreetly throughout New York, that distribute treasured Nike gear rather than sodas and Lil Debbie’s Swiss Rolls.

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Every Driver Should Own this Heads Up Display from Navdy

I don’t care who you are, at one point or another you have used your phone while driving.  Everyone does it, and it’s incredibly unsafe.  In comes Navdy, a HUD (heads up display) that helps you keep yours eye on the road, but still be in tune with what’s going on with your precious little cell phone.  Pre-order here.

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11 watches from Tokyoflash Japan that tell time like you’ve never seen before

Tokyoflash Japan is a watch company that seems to be paving the way for futuristic watches that are nearly impossible to read without the manual, but hey they’re super dope, and serve as great conversation starters.

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Instagram Launches Bolt, A One-Touch Picture and Video Messaging App

It looks like Facebook is still scrambling to create an app that can compete with the ultra-popular Snapchat.

The Evolution of Video Game Controllers in Pictures

If you’re a passionate gamer, then there’s no doubt you’ve shared this same point of view with a number of different video game controllers.  Javier Laspiur is a photographer who decided to give us a trip down memory lane with these video game controller photographs.

Seinfeld Emojis Are Real And Coming To A Phone Near You

Looking for a better way to communicate without using words? We recommend Seinfeld Emojis.  The guy behind the parody Twitter account @Seinfeld2000 teamed up with a graphic designer to create around 20 Seinfeld-themed emojis. Characters include Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer along with some of the shows most notable props such as the marble rye, puffy shirt, and urban sombrero. The Seinfeld Emojis are set to be released later this month.

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R-KAID-R Limited Edition Portable Arcade System

If you’re lacking retro video games in your life, then you should check out this R-KAID-R system.  Made from solid wood, the R-KAID-R, is a portable arcade system that 14 different systems, including PS1, Nintendo, and Sega Genesis.  There’s 5 different wood options, and total their will only be 50 of these produced.  Head here for more info.

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15 Insanely Dope Pics of Animal Embryos

A mixture of ultrasound, nano cameras, and photo editing produced these incredible in-utero shots of baby animals.  Because after all… you can’t stick any ol’ camera up into a pregnant animal’s uterus and snap pictures of some little fuzzy embryos like these.

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Hopefully These Awesome iPhone 6 Concepts are the Real Deal

I’ve been holding out for awhile now, waiting for the iPhone 6 to release instead of buying the 5s.  So far a lot of signs have pointed to Apple’s latest addition to the iPhone family hitting retailers in September.  These are some concept photos put together by designers, Tomas Moyano & Nicolas Aichino, look like they could definitely be the real thing.  Only time will tell what we’ll see, but let’s hope it’s a very similar variation of this.

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Google Introduces “Material Design”

Google will soon roll out a new look across their products on all devices, dubbed “Material Design.”

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