If you went swimming in the 1890s, you pretty much wore an entire dress. And pants
Model and Vine star Amanda Cerny shows off just how much women’s beachwear has changed since the late 19th century by modeling styles from every era — complete with historically accurate soundtracks.
While we we might not want to revisit every style, we wouldn’t mind wearing the retro suits from the 1940s.
This dog just found the most perfect stick ever
Unfortunately, the stick is a little too wide to fit across the footbridge that leads home. What’s a discerning stick-collector to do? Leaving the stick behind is obviously out of the question.
Fortunately, the clever pooch figures out a way to cross the the bridge — without having to sacrifice his awesome newfound treasure.
Jibo, the social robot from robot scientist Dr. Cynthia Breazeal, is still almost a year away from commercial availability but Breazeal and her team have finally moved onto a working prototype
Slightly smaller than the working prototype we saw last year, Jibo is about to go on pre-sale again with the company reopening the Indiegogo pre-order program while preparing Jibo for developer release late this year and full-scale launch in 2016.
“Everything is on track and coming together…
So, Chewbacca hoodie. Right? Chewbacca hoodie! Honestly — especially if you’re a Star Wars fan — we probably needn’t say much more than that. It’s a clothing garment that basically turns you into the hairy fella from Star Wars, and all that’s left to discuss is price and quality
Judging from the images over at Welovefine where it popped up for sale, the I Am Chewie Hoodie is as realistic as they come, while still…
Silicon Valley has always been the stomping grounds for tech’s biggest thinkers, but fashion? Girl, please.
For every sartorially savvy guy or gal, there are exponentially more who amble along San Francisco’s streets or zip down highway 101 more concerned about algorithms and APIs
I remember the first time I left the United States. I was about eight years old, visiting family in El Paso, Texas. During the trip, we traveled to nearby Juarez, Mexico, to visit the market.
Everything about the market was different from any previous shopping experience I’d ever had. It was an open-air market with a dirt floor, and it was packed to the brim with booths. Vendors negotiated their prices, and children peddled wares. I saw goods for sale that were new to me, like a Mexican…
Can wearable technology ever really be wearable? That’s the question Apple wants to tackle when its Apple Watch goes on sale April 24.
Already, the reviews are in. They rave about its user-friendly interface and forward-thinking features. Sure, it’s a fine piece of technology, unsurprising from a company that considers itself at the forefront of design.
But besides functionality, people are rightfully concerned about looks. A watch — smart or not — makes a declarative style statement.