Freaq Of Nature is a re-envisioned version of Soundfreaq’s highly-praised, compact Bluetooth speaker, the Sound Step. These special edition speakers, designed by artistic-duo Robert and Cortney Novogratz, combine unique design with Soundfreaq’s award-winning line of Bluetooth speakers.
This hi-fi speaker delivers crystal clear audio with it’s signature sound profile, crafted for natural bass response and vocal clarity. It features a 2.1 speaker configuration with a dedicated sub-woofer and Soundfreaq’s proprietary UQ3 spatial sound enhancement, delivering natural bass and stereo separation. With its compact size, Sound Step fits perfectly around the office, in the kitchen, and on book shelves or night stands.
New Artists 2014. Apple is giving away free song via its Apple Store iOS app. The giveaway includes: ‘Salt’ by Bad Suns, ‘Wake the Neighbors’ by Kris Bowers and ‘Calor’ by Master Blaster Sound System. To download the free tracks, load Apple Store app on your iOS device, scroll down until you see the ‘New Artists 2014′ section and tap on it. On the new screen tap the ‘Download songs for free’ which will redirect you to the iTunes where you can download the songs with a redeem code provided by Apple.
Back in 1994, a 16bit Shaq Fu was born. In 2014, Shaquille O’Neal tries to release a sequel by launching an indiegogo campaign for Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn, seeking $450,000 to bring the game to life.
Inspired by Mac’s 30th anniversary, Kurt Merki Jr. created a concept for the ultimate desktop supercomputer. The iPro features a huge 35-inch screen with Retina Display, a tube-shaped unibody which contains power sockets for storage, memory and processor needs and front facing speakers. A one-touch button allows to tilt the display 20-degrees back from the upright position and doubles as a stand. The OS X running on the iPro allows brings split-screen functionality and oh yeah… the iPro comes in black, silver and gold.
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San Francisco-based company Aether Things unveiled their first product, a “thinking music player” dubbed ‘Cone’ which adjust the music played based on your personal taste. Instead of switching between smartphones, tablets and computers to make playlists or shuffle music, Cone allows you to simply twist his dial. Turn it once to the right and the music begins to stream. Turn it again and you skip the song. A long spin and Cone will play a random track. You want to listen to something specific? Press the button in the middle of the speaker and say what you want to listen to.