With a simple look, would you like to know how bad the traffic is for your daily commute, how your stocks are doing, or what the weather is doing outside? Well you can with the Nimbus Personal Dashboard ($129) The Nimbus is a 4-dial dashboard that can be customized to provide you with your most important up to date information, like your weather, email, calendar or social media networks. It even works with FitBit to track steps taken, calories burned, and sleep duration. All you have to do is download the wink app, add a new device, enter your wifi information, and connect the Nimbus. Once its connected you can then add the items you want to track and add alarms when thresholds or times are reached. That's pretty much it. The Nimbus works with iOS 6 and above, and Android phones and tablets over OS 2.2.
United States of Americana ($10) is essentially a field guide to the American Roots movement and is a fascinating and vivid account of why and how young urban Anericans found inspiration in the culture and traditions of a time long gone and brought that ethos into contemporary life. Compiled by Kurt B. Reighley, a DJ, entertainer and writer based in Seattle, United States of Americana explores this buzzing cultural phenomenon. From the clothes, to the music, to the rejuvenation of home canning, food and drink, burlesque, circuses and straight razors.
The Nexersys Home Boxing Unit ($3,000) is different than any other training equipment you've seen. The Nexersys uses High intensity Interval Training to get you the body you want. The unit comes with a commercial grade steel frame, 19" LCD screen, 7 strike pads, and training videos. The Nexersys creates a unique experience by delivering routines based on your training history making it intelligent and challenging. The Nexersys Home Boxing Unit will help you reach your fitness goals.
The Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max ($100) was designed specifically for you skateboarders out there. Nike got help from world renowned skateboarder Stefan Janoski and their latest kicks are made to provide a high level of impact protection and a smooth ride with the Max Air unit. The upper is made from a breathable one-piece synthetic material, while the midsole is a lightweight Phylon with the Max Air unit in the heel and EVA foam sockliner for cushioning.
The look we're all about is modern minimalism, with rustic and industrial accents. Restoration Hardware does this better than most. Their Industrial Scissor Lift Table ($675-$1440) is great example of that esthetic applied. The table is a repurposed early american factory jack. It's made from sheet metal and has a large turning wheel that raises and lowers the cart and locks it at the desired height. The sheet metal is unfinished and may rust over time providing a more rustic character. This cart can be used as a coffee table, paired with another cart or raised and used as bar. Restoration Hardwares Industrial Scissor Lift Table will make a great addition to any room.
OK, I was thinking that same thing when I saw the picture, it looks just like an iPhone 5. But whether or not the HTC ONE ($199-$299) is an iPhone killer is yet to be seen. If not winning the race, The new HTC One smartphone is definitely closing the distance. The new smartphone features dual front facing speakers powered by a built-in amplifier for increased sound. With one click of the shutter the camera allows you to capture 20 photos and a 3-second video. The screen is 4.7" with a 1080p resolution. The engine is powered by a 1.7GHz processor and 2GB or ram. Expectations are that the device will release somewhere in March.