Published on July 4, 2012  |  Written By

In the realm of instant photography, the point-snap-n-shake pioneers set the tone with their latest release this summer. Their new digital camera comes fully loaded with a 10.0 MP camera, on-board cropping and editing, prints 2×3″ copies in less than a minute and last but not least offers easy uploading onto your favourite social media platforms! Perfecto. Check in for full specs and details on their August release.


Pre-order yours now at Polaroid.com

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Ever wonder just how much cell phones have taken over every aspect of our day to day lives? Well this new infographic reveals just how many of us violate the unwritten rules of cellular phone etiquette. From texting while driving to texting during sex, we’re guilty on most of these charges, unfortunately.
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An MPC on the go? And it connects to your iPad? Just what I’ve been waiting for. The MPC Fly by Akai is a mobile beat making machine. Must have an iPad 2 or the new iPad. The MPC connects with your iPad in a foldable case and the advantage with this beat app compared to others like iMaschine & Fl Studio is that you have the real pad feel when you tap on the MPC. Compared to tapping on your screen and always having to quantize the drums which can be a major headache. You can also save your work on the MPC Fly then transfer it to another MPC.
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Greg Hinzmann, a designer out of Portland, OR brings forth the world’s most beautiful flashlight. Known as The Trioh!, it’s main goal is to solve that issue of having to search for your flashlight in that time of need. Crafted to be displayed, but made for all situations. The sleek flashlight and charging base makes the attractive device easy to display anywhere in your home.

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I’m amped to go camping at the end of the month and find myself surfing the web for the best equipment and tools. Along my travels I stumbled on this 4 Lb felling axe by Council Tool. Everything from the classic Dayton pattern head to the custom Grade “A” Appalachian hickory handle are key selling points. The axe is available from Wood&Metal.com which is now my newest bookmark to date.

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Ken Segall, the man responsible for Apple’s Think Different campaign, revisits the humble beginnings of Apple’s resurgence in the computer technology industry. It all started with Steve Jobs’ primary tool for the “i” takeover and that was the Mac personal computer. Read how the iMac was almost given the silly moniker Mac-Man a la Mr. Jobs, if it wasn’t for Segall and his persuasive ad agency.

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Phaidon just released the Wallpaper* City Guides newly optimized for your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Wallpaper’s known to have the most comprehensive travel guides you can find and now they have just made it easier for users to enjoy their time in any major city worldwide. Instead of lugging around an old paperback book while you’re venturing out into unknown territories, now you can download the guide onto your Apple devices featuring tons of interactive maps, neighbourhoods and the best things to do. There goes yet another small reason why the Mac boys are superior. Did I mention it’ll only cost you $3?
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I’ve been itching to get a new toy and since camping season is around the corner what perfect time to look into a Leatherman tool. Ever since I was young I always wanted a multi-tool simply because of the pure need and preparedness that it stands for. You truly never know when you’ll need a multi-tool and when that time comes you want to be ready. With the right Leatherman that suits your needs you can be prepared for that moment and beat the odds.

21 tools in 1. The new Rebar from Leatherman. A classic never goes out of style.
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After Facebook released their latest app, Facebook Camera, most of us had an idea that these guys are probably in the middle of creating their mobile phone. With their first app already one of the most used apps in the mobile industry, they took a second step by creating their own messenger service via Facebook Chat, and now their own Camera app.

From what’s already going around, this is the third attempt by Facebook to create their own mobile phone/smartphone. A source mentioned they refreshed the idea several times because they thought they can figure out the hardware on their own.

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