The only non-sex-based mobile app that instantly connects chill dudes with other chill dudes in the area.
A Washington, D.C. news crew out on the streets reporting on a new app called SketchFactor, “a crowdsourced navigation app that shows the relative sketchiness of an area,” ironically had their van burglarized Friday night… in a sketchy neighborhood.
Hi-Art is a new iPhone app that features original digital stickers (to be used in place of emojis) created by a whole slew of artists, musicians, and celebrities.
Not only does WhistleGPS track your pet’s whereabouts, it is also an activity monitor so you can see how lazy or crazy your dog is on the daily. Pre-order here for $49
Developed by mathematicians at the University of Michigan, Entrain helps you shift your clock by altering “the timing of what your eyes and brain perceive as dawn and dusk.” So basically, it suggests a lighting schedule of when to get a lot of light, and when to get none. Try it out here
Put the Healbe GoBe on your wrist, and it automatically tracks the calories you consume and burn.
Double the battery life and up to 32gb of extra storage means the tiny computer in your pocket just got more versatile.
Egg Minder, the smart eggtray that tracks the number of eggs you have left and alerts you to when they’re going bad.
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The Miracle Machine is “the world’s first affordable accelerated winemaking device for the home.”
Radiohead has released an app that “comes from an interest in early computer life-experiments and the imagined creatures of our subconscious” called ‘PolyFauna.’