The Olio Model One is compatible with both iPhones and Android handsets, and runs its own time-based proprietary software: instead of just mirroring smartphone notifications, it organizes your day via past and future (or "earlier" and "later") alerts. The earlier stream contains your typical phone alerts, showing you anything you might have missed during your day. The later portion tries to help you plot out the rest of your day, offering suggestions to help you stay organized (things like muting calls as a meeting begins).Initially limited to 500 pieces, and available with a natural steel of black PVD finish. Olio Model One won't come cheap, ringing up for US$595 for the silver-colored Steel collection (jumping up to $645 with a link chain) and $745 for the Black Collection ($795 with link chain).
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See the first teaser trailer for the 24th James Bond adventure SPECTRE. A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.
Sriracha fanatics around can now enjoy their favorite condiment in a new form. Huy Fong Foods in Irwindale, California, recently partnered up with Seattle-based Pop! Gourmet Foods to create the hot new line. The chips will be available April 8 for $4 USD, and the powdered Sriracha will be available April 20 for $5 USD. All products will be available in Kroger supermarkets and Bed Bath & Beyond stores.
YouTuber and drone-builder extraordinaire Oliver C. is slipping to the Dark Side with his newest addition, an Imperial Star Destroyer. Built from lightweight foam, and aluminum, Oliver added several LED lights to give the appearance of thrusters and blasters, his DIY tutorial.
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Apple‘s MacBooks recently unveiled its new trackpad, features Apple’s new Force Touch trackpad, "you’ll have amazing pressure control on newer machines, and in a pinch you can even use your finger". Taking advantage of the new technology, the Inklet transforms your trackpad into a drawing tablet. For $25 USD, the application allows you to draw using a drawing tablet.
This week, we're recreating Link's Hylian Shield from Zelda!