The color wizards at Pantone are making a case for brighter, bolder hues this holiday season with a new line of neon iPhone protection. The company teamed up with Case Scenario to create these sleek and sturdy snap-on cases, which are available exclusively at Apple.com and in Apple retail stores nationwide. All ports are easily accessible in the colored cases, and power users will appreciate its slim, lightweight construction. Check out Pantone Universe's new neon cases ($35) for the iPhone 4 and 4S, and let us know if you'd rock one.
Simon Cowell, the ultimate purveyor of reality television competition, wants to bring tech to the small screen with a new show aimed at aspiring entrepreneurs in the UK. But does Simon know what it takes to be the next Bill Gates? He's mastered the art of talent search for song and dance — but tech enterprise is a whole other animal.
Plans for the new program, reportedly considered "The X Factor for tech," were revealed by coproducer and Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.i.am at a technology conference in London, who told The Sun, "It's about getting in touch with youth and giving them a platform to express themselves — whether that's in science or mathematics."
Technology, apparently, does have some TV entertainment value, as evidenced by a new Bravo reality show about startup culture. So it's no surprise, then, that talent seekers like Simon Cowell and Will.i.am are looking to put tech on TV. No word yet on whether the new show will also debut in US, but if it does, would you watch?
We'd love to ride a gondola down the Grand Canal or wander around Piazza San Marco on any day. This photo of the mystical town was submitted using our #CoolCapture hashtag on Instagram by user mariamccrudden.
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- Geek's all over the Pad & Quill pocketbook and the single-shot phone grip and tripod
- Fit is feeling Earnest Eats cereal and a Gaiam yoga towel
- Casa's loving Avignon sofas and Midnight Willow dinner plates
- Buzz is pumped for The Vampire Diaries season four and Argo
- Yum's craving Williams-Sonoma's pumpkin spice cookie mix and Kliner jars
- Bella's into BCBG Max Azria's fragrance and Laura Mercier's lip color
- Tres is reading John Banville's Ancient Light and Kate Morton's The Secret Keeper
- Lil's living for Rebecca Minkoff's nursing tank and Hanna Andersson chevron blankets
- Fab is digging leopard-print pants and J.Crew sweaters
- Savvy's stoked on HootSuite and Adium
- Pet's excited about Royal Treatment's new shampoo and all-natural treats
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The countdown is on for BlackMilk's insanely popular Star Wars swimsuit collection, which is relaunching for the first time tonight since 2010. When the suits were first introduced, we asked readers if the swimwear was totally geeky or geek chic — we're on the geek chic side of the debate. But we'd like to know if, two years later, you've changed your mind: would you slip into one of these R2D2, Han Solo, or C-3PO bathing suits?
Fifty-four years ago today, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration began operations as a pioneering force in space exploration, scientific discovery, and aeronautics research. Although the agency's space shuttle program was officially shut down in 2011 after 30 years of human spaceflight, NASA continues to send spacecraft into orbit and develop technology for future human exploration of the solar system. We'd like to celebrate NASA's robust history of adventure and innovation with 54 of its most iconic space images.
Fall's an exciting time for a gadget hound. With the holidays around the corner, companies have started to unveil their latest and greatest technology products. From a vintage-style camera at a point-and-shoot price, to an at-home 3D printer (seriously!), to a very necessary smartphone camera accessory not just for iPhone users — keep reading to see what Geek is coveting in October.
After Apple's September iPhone 5 event proved that months of leaked photos and specs rumors were spot on, does this mean whispers of the possible iPad Mini now hold more weight? With anonymous sources claiming an October reveal of Apple's first smaller tablet, get ready for a steady stream of product "pictures" and mock-ups.
The latest is this iPad Mini physical mock-up that shows the just-under-eight-inch tablet with a new Lightning dock connector and, unlike the iPhone 5, a headphone jack that remains at the top of the device. View a video of what some are calling the look of the new iPad after the break.
Call it the seven wonders of the time-lapse world. Nothing is quite as sublime as nature, and the filmmakers behind the following seven videos set out to prove it. Time-lapse videos compile thousands upon thousands of images over a certain period of time, creating a beautiful visual portrait of a particular place over the course of a day, month, or even a year. We've collected some of the most stunning time-lapse videos currently on Vimeo, inspired by the wild beauty of the natural world.