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The Lampster

Design item of the year 2016. The Lampeter for prez, backed! (via

The future of wearables is now, and it’s Disney that leads the charge

Kicking it with Slimline

Kickstarter is the original crowdfunder of this decade and a great place to find gizmos and tidbits you need (?) in your every day life. Here’s a few scribblings about the projects I’ve funded.

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MacBook Air Compact Mirror – ttly me

MacBook Air Compact Mirror

Looking for a pocket mirror, this one totally spoke to my inner geekness. Must have.

Let’s See What Curiosity Can Do

Honda Hands is a Channel 4 branded sponsorship film for a new feature series giving insight to technology, design and dreams from an engineers perspective. More info about the campaign at

Mailbox app

Mailbox App: Are we there yet?

Mailbox is supposedly going to revolutionize my inbox-world, but waiting in line is boring when you want to try something new…  #twodayslater #firstworldproblems

Jaggies be gone

Dribbble Highlight: Retro iPhone wallpaper

Retro-textured iPhone5 and iPhone4 wallpaper from designer Dan Rubin. Available for download in both horizontal and vertical versions in the link.

Philips Hue – the world’s smartest LED-bulb?

I’m certainly a fan of the proverb “there’s an app for that“, but how far can you really take it? Quite so apparently, Philips now suggest we fill our homes with “smart” LED-bulbs Hue, which will offer app controlled lighting. Basically you can pre-program your bulbs to switch on, off, dim or change color. The press release promises:

Building on its innovation capabilities, today Philips unveils hue, the world’s smartest web-enabled LED home lighting system. Philips hue signals a new era in home lighting both in the way we think about and experience light in our homes. It allows you to create and control the light using your smartphone or tablet. Bringing endless possibilities to help you get creative and help you personalize your lighting to suit yours and your family’s lifestyle, Philips hue is available exclusively from Apple stores from 30th October. A starter pack includes three bulbs¹ that simply screw into your existing lamps, and a bridge that you plug into your home Wi-Fi router. Simply download the hue app to start experiencing light in a completely new way.

Introduction packs start at US$199 / € 199 / £179 while the bulbs themselves retails at US$59 / €59 / £49 and are only available via your local Apple Store. More info on Philips dedicated website

Alto by AOL, the future of e-mail?

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