Released in support of the EAA's youth aviation program, Ford has commissioned the build of a one-of-a-kind Ford F-22 Raptor F-150 Truck ($AUCTION) that will go to auction in July 2017. Designed to blend the design of a Lockheed F-22 Raptor fighter aircraft with the iconic build of a Ford Raptor, this highly modified model features a twin-turbo, Whipple inter-cooled, high-output EcoBoost engine for exceptional power. A powerful audio system and modifications to the interior and exterior deliver a truck that stays true to its roots while appealing to aviation enthusiasts. The vehicle is the latest in a series from Ford which has raised over $3 million for the aviation community.
A fresh new colorway has arrived for the Nike Hyperchase and as with their previous releases it’s not one to be missed, behold the cool edge of the Wolf Grey and White silhouette. Another future sneaker classic the Nike Hyperchase Wolf Grey White ($124) incorporates many cutting edge features including a unique heel counter, breathable mesh upper and cushioned midsole for total support and extreme comfort. The modern, low profile and sleek lines are further enhanced by the lightweight construction and asymmetrical U-throat design. All of which add up to one dynamic basketball shoe, so get the Nike Hyperchase advantage yourself and step up your game.
If you're thinking about renting office space or are looking for options for the in-laws, then you need to take a look at Cover Backyard Studios ($60,000+). These studios are structures built to your specifications to meet your unique needs. You can get started for just $250 where you will receive detailed designs and pricing information. When you're ready to build, Cover takes all of the hassles and guesswork out of the equation. Because they take care of everything including designs, permits, manufacturing and installation. Just sit back and relax. Cover Backyard Studios can start out as small as just a bedroom and bath, all they way up to a 2 bedroom unit with living and dining areas, a kitchen, 2 bedrooms, and 1-2.5 baths.
Just imagine after a great day of hiking, you finished setting up your camp and the fire is roaring. Wouldn't be nice to have a beer. But who wants to add the weight of six pack to an already bulky pack. Well now there's a beer concentrate that weighs nothing and all you have to do is add water. Pat's Backcountry Beer Concentrate ($10) works in conjunction with their carbonator bottle. The carbonator bottle ($29) is 16 ounces and all you have to do is add some water to the concentrate to get beer. Pat expects the beer concentrate to be released on September and a 4-pack will sell for about $10. You can sign-up at their website for release information.
In the shower? On the Toilet? Want to avoid pesky sells people? The new iDoorCam ($127) lets you answer your door from your iPhone. You can see, hear and speak to the person at the front door from your mobile device. The camera is functional in the day or night, includes a speaker, microphone and a motion sensor. The iDoorCam does replace a current doorbell and works off of the voltage provided by the doorbells power source, so if you don't currently have a doorbell an alternative power source will be required.
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. Scientists create 'semi-synthetic' living cells with extra DNA letters - Engadget2. Apple Buying Beats? It Isn't About the Headphones - Mashable3. Bitcoin can now be used to donate to political campaigns - Digital Trends4. 2014 NFL Draft Grades: Team-by-Team Scores and Round 1 Analysis - Bleacher Report5. These people are building a massive 150,000-brick Lego cityscape - Gizmodo6. OnePlus One review: a $300 smartphone has never looked so good - Engadget7. New data disregards present theory on the formation of star clusters - Gizmag8. Get a College-Level Computer Science Education with These Free Course - Lifehacker9. Scientist: We're not smart enough to be ready for aliens - CNET10. Illustris computer simulation creates the first realistic virtual universe - Gizmag11. When Hollywood Turns Asperger's Into a Joke - Mashable