Welcome to our daily series “The Daily Roundup”, where we scour the web and provide you with links to all the happenings around the world that we’ve found.
1. Mobile March Madness tips for staying in the game - CNET
2. 1001 Must-See Movies Supercut - Gizmodo
3. How to Make Water Flow Uphill - Laughing Squid
4. Is this Amazon's game controller for a TV box? - CNET News
5. Scientists Debunk The Myth That 10,000 Hours Of Practice Makes You An Expert - Co.Design
6. March Madness 2014: Bracket, Odds, TV Channel Listings and Underrated Teams - Bleacher Report
7. Colts Owner Jim Irsay Arrested On DUI, Possession Charges - Deadspin
8. 50-cent Paper Microscope Can Detect Diseases - Mashable
Want to experience high-quality sound in even the most extreme locations? Well, the team of geniuses at Drytunes want you to enjoy that too! Their new Drytunes Waterproof Speaker ($399) features 400 cubic inches of dry storage. You also get up to 16 hours of uninterrupted playback. So head out onto the open water or wherever your next outdoor adventure takes place without fear. Did we mention it floats? Oh yes, it's that damn good!
On September 2nd, Sony will release it's smallest mirrorless interchangeable lens camera to date. The Sony A5100 ($548) is the little brother to the A6000. It will be smaller but have much of the same internals. These include an APS-C 24MP CMOS sensor, bionz X processor, on-chip phase detection covering 92% of the frame, 6fps continuous shooting, and Wi-Fi. Additional features include a titling LCD (180-degrees for selfies) and 1080/60p full high definition video. You can also get the A5100 with a 16-50mm lens ($698). So if you're looking for an entry level MILC, the A5100 looks to be a great option.
Keeping your plants alive and healthy while you're away on business or traveling is difficult. Pikaplant's fantastic new creation can keep them exactly as nature intended. The revolutionary Pikaplant Tableau Automatic Watering Tray ($170) recreates nature's wet/dry cycle. Giving your plants exactly what they need, when they need it. Better still, it uses up zero electricity! Fill the reservoir and the Tableau will water your plants for you. Keeping them full of life and strong. Never lose a plant again while away from home and invest in the Pikaplant Tableau.
Sometimes you want a little more than a five dollar pair of flip flops from your local discount store. You want something built to last with a little fashion sense. That's where the Feit Bamboo Flip Flips ($380) come in. These beautiful sandals are crafted from three layers of bamboo and hand molded to perfectly fit the shape of your foot. In order to provide additional comfort, they've inserted rubber inserts at the flex point. The outsole is made from Vibram rubber providing protection for the bamboo and traction for your safety. The whole kit is capped off with vegetable-tanned leather and suede straps that will age beautifully. These flip flops are definitely and investment so if you're looking for less expensive options check out our Best Men's Sandals Guide below.Related: 23 Of The Best Men's Sandals
In our buying guide, The Best Men's Trench Coats, we provide you with some of the best men's trench coats you can buy for the money. If you're asking who makes the best men's trench coats, then there are two brands up for debate. They are probably the two best men's trench coat brands and they are both iconic offerings from the UK. We also show you a less expensive, more recent American offering, an offering for the budget minded from a well-known brand, and something for those looking for a little style. But before we get started let's take a look at the history of the Trench Coat.