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Posts Tagged ‘ Personal ’

Coin All In One Credit Card


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Coin would like to welcome you to the year 2014 with one of the most amazing technology innovations we’ve seen all year with their all-in-one credit card. Like many of you out there, our wallets are overloaded with cards . We’ve got gift cards, multiple debit cards (business and personal), credit cards (we’ve got a few of those), the list goes on and on. Who wants to carry around all these cards? Coin aims to solve this new age problem by incorporating all of your cards into one card – the Coin. All you have to do is swipe your card using the Coin smartphone app, take a picture, and you’re ready to spend. Tap the button on the front of the Coin to select which of your cards you’d like to use for a specific transaction, and if you ever leave your Coin behind, the low power Bluetooth signal will alert you on your smartphone. You can add as many cards to the Coin as you’d like.

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The Little Printer That Could.


Every tech site I follow, from Fast Company to Smart Planet to PSFK is gaga over the Little Printer. And there is no question, it is the cutest little bit of electronics since the Furby. The beautifully designed website describes it as “like having your own printing press, newspaper and a dog to fetch it for you, all in your front room.” It is all about design, which should make me so happy:

Graphic design is at the heart of everything Little Printer delivers, making the most of connectivity and print combined. Rendered in crisp black and white these tactile publications take visual cues from traditional halftone lithography and modern pixel art, whether they’re the latest international news or this week’s gossip from friends.

 

The Eminem x Nike Collection.



I’ve been a massive Eminem fan for quite some time, but still never necessarily associated his name with sneakers.  Names like Michael Jordan, Dwayne Wade, and Kobe Bryant are all much more likely to bring the ‘shoe game’ to mind, but after you see the Brisk Bodega video showcasing Em’s shoe collabs, you may think differently.  Check the method below.

Richard Branson’s Flying Submarine.


Described as an underwater aircraft, the Necker Nymph comes in tandem with the Necker Belle, Branson’s catamaran on the high seas.  But the Nymph allows boaters to get low, flying underneath the water to depths of 30 meters (98 feet). Helmed by a trained pilot, it soars at a speed of 6 knots (7 mph).  Dives typically last from one to two hours and passengers wear normal scuba breathing gear.  It’s housed at Necker Island, Branson’s luxury home in the Caribbean (the same one that indeed recently burned down).  The dives, which last for 1-2 hours at time, start at $2,500 per day.

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