Tiger & Rose have unveiled their new true wireless earbuds with the most innovative design that we’ve seen to date. Featuring a stylish faceted Panther head design in various colors – black, spotted white, rose gold, tiffany blue and white – and a Φ10 mm speaker that delivers astonishing high-fidelity sound through the fine-tuned graphene-augmented diaphragm. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on, and additional information.
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Before the Nissan 350Z, there was the 300ZX, most notably the second-generation “Z32” model, which was redesigned to be faster and feature more advanced technology. One auto enthusiast from Russia decided to turn a 1991 Nissan 300ZX into a Ferrari FXX knockoff of sorts, and despite the latter being mid-engined, the resulting vehicle doesn’t look too bad. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Utah resident Ben Workman has turned to cybernetic implants to improve quality of life, or so he thinks. So far, he’s embedded four chips directly into his hands, thus enabling him to unlock his Tesla, unlock doors at his workplace, log onto his computer, and share contact information. In the future, he hops to also integrated Apple Pay / Android Pay so he’ll be able to leave his wallet at home. Read more for a video and additional information.
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A photographer captured some interesting footage of Just Enough Room Island, also known as Hub Island, located in the Thousand Islands chain, belonging to New York, United States. It’s currently known as the world’s smallest inhabited island, and measures around 3,300 square feet. The island was acquired by the Sizeland family in the 1950s, and consists of a house, tree, shrubs, and a small beach. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Video game console knockoffs are nothing new, especially for something as popular as the Nintendo Switch. However, “Nanica Smitch” not only attempts to copy its looks, but aesthetics as well. It comes with detachable game pads that mimic the Joy-Cons, and appears to have 800 built-in games, which we assume are just random titles not related to anything available on the Switch. Read more for a hands-on video, additional pictures and information.
Russian vlogger Igor Moroz was fed up with his Mercedes-AMG G63 so he decided to drop it from 1,000 feet in the air using a helicopter onto the snowy ground. Why? Apparently after acquiring the vehicle back in March 2018 for 16.8 million rubles ($269,976 USD), he’s been sending it to the shop monthly for repairs, with some that the warranty did not even cover. Read more to see what happened.
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The third-generation Chevy Camaro was produced from 1981 up until 1992, offering modern fuel injection, a Turbo-Hydramatic 700R4 four-speed automatic transmissions, five-speed manual transmissions, 14,15- or 16-inch wheels, a standard OHV 4-cylinder engine, and hatchback bodies. Modified examples are nothing new, but this is the first we’ve seen one with Lamborghini badges. Read more for additional pictures and information.
There have been no shortages of Tesla Cybertruck knockoffs and parodies these past few weeks, but this one, spotted in Khimki, which is 30 km northwest of the center of Moscow, just might take the cake. So far, nobody has been able to figure out just what its owner used as a base vehicle, but from some of the comments, it appears to be just a standard petrol car, and not electric. Read more for the footage and additional information.
Always wanted a physical keyboard for your iPhone X / XS / 11 Pro? If so, then look no further than Physibo’s latest invention, which is basically an iPhone case that adds a physical QWERTY keyboard to the bottom of the handset, connecting via Bluetooth. The startup touts improved typing accuracy and speed, while also stating that it’s “blind Touch enabled” for those who need extra accessibility. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Custom limousines aren’t anything new or special, but rarely do you see one based on a 1998 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup. Currently listed on Facebook Marketplace for $7,000 or best offer, this pickup truck has been stretched to 37-feet, thanks to elongated body (longer bed / cabin), but with no extra axles were installed for support. Read more for additional pictures and information.