Today in Gear, we examine a shaving solution to end razor burn woes, the app your coffee addiction's been waiting for, a gear brand for the greater good, Anker's five port charging solution and Artifox's take on a better desktop experience.
Pushing oneself doesn't necessarily mean summiting a mountain, running a triathlon or catching a winning touchdown at a Bowl game. Sometimes it can mean outfitting yourself properly -- going the extra mile to ensure you've got proper gear for your adventures, your exercise or simply for your daily routine. These
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This whiskey has been George Dickel's mainstay swill for 140 years running: the recipe is practically ancient, but the white whiskey is un-aged. It is, however, mellowed with charcoal to maintain a sweet
A few basic truths: you cannot change the past; the sun will rise tomorrow; trash is icky. Instead of using your foot to mash down your garbage -- or worse, your hand -- this manual trash compactor,
Hey, buddy. Don't be too down on yourself. You've got a lot going for you. The correspondent's course in comic book typography is definitely going to pay off some day, and you're a top tier dragon master or
You grew up on Mario Kart, but that's just it -- you've grown up. But... not entirely. You still want to grip a controller and curse at a screen and burn rubber without having to see (real) flashing lights in the rearview. You want risk life and limb in the pursuit of speed -- but not actually, you know, risk life and limb. Stretch your thumbs and be prepared to make up for the drudgery of that godawful commute this morning: here are the best racing games for most every platform.
We’ve all experienced the regret of giving out our number only to be hounded with unwanted attention from a temporary business, clandestine, er... romantic acquaintance. Apple’s new Burner application provides iPhone users with an anonymous, disposable phone number
It's hard to believe the 2012 summer Olympics are already upon us. While this year's events will feel familiar, the athletes and venues have unquestionably evolved. The same holds true for the technology used to capture, record and share their
If you’re really into watching or making movies, immerse yourself even further with the Condition ONE app. The startup's groundbreaking video technology allows users to explore capturing full motion video at 180-degrees using the iPad, with full panning and
Futuristic “bio-sensor” company NeuroSky has finally perfected what Professor X was born with -- a brainwave scanning headset that can read your mind. Parts of it, at least. Designed for playing iOS and Android games, the MindWave Mobile headset
Need a floor plan? Well, you could mooch off your architect friend, track down the original contractor (good luck), or heaven forbid, grab a tape measure and do it yourself. Or you could just whip out your iOS device and
Interval training is a widely used fitness technique that has generated measurable benefits for many dedicated enthusiasts. While the concept is simple (intermittent bursts of high-intensity work followed by low-intensity work), the resulting workout session is anything but. Apart from a
Your bracket is filled. Your jersey is washed. You've grafted a Camelback onto your spine to counterbalance the upcoming spike in weekday drinking. It's March Madness time and the NCAA's March Madness Live service is the best way to catch
From the gents that brought you the Kickstarter phenomenon, Glif, comes their latest creation: Frames ($3). Using a simple, intuitive interface, the app lets users with an iPhone 4 (or 4s) create high definition time-lapse and stop-motion movies,
A new season of baseball is upon us and with it comes the latest update to one of our all time favorite apps. In its latest iteration, MLB.com At Bat 12 delivers the avalanche of baseball stat goodness you've come to
Steve Jobs always said the iPad was magical. We didn't think our shiny tablets deserved that level of praise, though, until we laid eyes on the 360-degree interactive rotating meat cuts found in Pat LaFrieda's Big App for Meat ($7).
The game that changed the gaming industry and inflamed parents across the globe thanks to its unabashed encouragement of senseless violence recently turned 10. To celebrate, Rockstar has re-released the classic for newer iOS (iPhone & iPad) and Android devices for
Question: what does over one million dollars worth of app production and development entirely for the celebration of iconic classic cars look like? Answer: Road Inc. ($10).
From the Murciélago to the Mulliner Fastback Bentley Continental R, the original Model
MoviePass is a brand new startup hoping to revolutionize the way film addicts get their regular dose o’ big screen. For $50 bucks a month, clients can enjoy an unlimited number of movies. Everything works via an app, which is
Don't feel like shelling out 6 large for this but own an iPhone? Well, there's a Kickstarter Project for that: the Air Guitar Move. Using a tethered pick equipped with a motion sensor, the Air Guitar Move allows you
When you were a young boy, you could eat eight hot dogs at dinner, sleep two hours, run around for 12 hours without stopping, break your arm and heal in about fifteen minutes. As we mature that changes, and we are
Agent Smith: "Do you hear that sound Mr. Anderson? ... that is the sound of inevitability".
And pictured right is also an inevitability. Merging the infinite possibilities of apps and the relenteless frustration of putting, Ping has developed the iPing App
2011 is the year of the tablet, no matter how hard we and our wallets squirm over having another gadget thrust into our lives. But why now? A discussion on that topic could take longer than the birther diatribe if
Imagine walking into your favorite dive bar, opening an app, and viewing all of the photos you’ve taken within 150 ft of that location with your buddies over the years, along with shots snapped by other patrons who were willing to
Android users can continue to laugh at the whole situation, but for Apple fanboys, the recently launched Skyfire Web Browser ($2.99) is a partial bridge to getting the "full web experience" on your favorite pocket companion. Translation: using it will
iPhones, iPods, and all manner of other portable music players have certainly made it easier for us to constantly admire our music collection. There is a downside to everyone having headphones in their ears though. The fact is, when you're focused
Men’s fashion expert Alan Flusser, author of Style and the Man aims to help men make the most of their wardrobe. The BeSpeak (Free, iTunes), takes things digital. It works by first creating a personal profile based on information you
With music being the fundamental push behind the iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android becoming a core workout accessory, all the major sports brands are looking to push the envelope with various workout companion apps. All with a focus to motivate and help
Back in January, you might have noticed a flurry of online chatter related to the category-bucking Sony Dash. After reviewing the product's specs and features announced in the device's initial press release, we were slightly disappointed to learn that the