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Samsung Galaxy Gear


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Smartphone is not dead, but smartwatches are here, and enters the Samsung Galaxy Gear. This brand new product made by Samsung is the up & coming technology gadget that all geeks will get. Conceived with an elegant and classy design, the gear will allow you to check your texts, calendar, pass some calls, take notes, and of course check out the time.

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Bio Bling: Design Your Own Cellular Jewelry


Diamonds are passé. Wanna get someone a truly unique gift? How about their own biology-inspired jewelry? Cell Cycle is a line of 3-D printed rings, pendants, and bracelets that let customers collaborate with designers over a web app to create custom pieces. Created by Nervous System, the company’s organic ornaments offer a glimpse into the future of mass-customized design. Cell Cycle is a physible generator. Physibles are digital files destined to drive a 3-D printer or other rapid prototyping tool to create a physical object. You might have heard about them when The Pirate Bay launched them as a new category, alongside audio, video, apps, and games.

Rosenkrantz sees Nervous System’s work as being part of a larger trend towards mass-customization. She hopes that more objects, be they hand made or industrially produced will be individualized in their creation. “We think we are moving to a new system where more products will be made locally on-demand and interactive techniques are used to more directly engage the customer in the creative process.” If she’s right, physics will be at the core.

HTC Teams Up With Beats By Dre.


The marriage of these two companies is very, very good. We are very good for each other,” says Jimmy Iovine, the chairman of Interscope Geffen A&M Records and co-founder of Beats By Dr. Dre with rapper/producer Dr. Dre. “With HTC’s innovation, technology and leadership, we feel we can really compete with anybody in this area.”

Aston Martin for iPhone?


Following on from the success of the free ‘Explore’ App released in December 2010, Aston Martin announces the release of the premium ‘Experience’ App.  Apparently developed with the “same ethos” with which Aston Martin designs and engineers its cars, the new app combines some of the functionality of the automaker’s former app, Explore, with some new, premium features.  The most useful is a partnership with luxury city guide series “A Hedonist’s Guides” to provide guides to 40 global cities, with images and video for each destination.  A database of some of the world’s best driving roads is also included, allowing drivers to ‘check in’ to each one to share their experiences, while the app features a speedometer overlaid onto the camera display, capable of measuring the speed at which the iPhone is traveling.  Best of all, the app comes preloaded with Aston Martin sounds, meaning that if you can’t shell out for one of the company’s £80,000 ($116,000) supercars, you can listen to the sound one would make while going about your everyday business.  The app itself is rather expensive, costing £3.49 in the UK and $5.99 in the US — but at least it’s cheaper than an Aston Martin.  The top-end British brand isn’t the only marque to be found in the App Store — Bentley offers its Pure Bentley app and Rolls-Royce offers a Ghost app that allows users to customize its cars from their iPhone.

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