Open Office America

I’ve been reading a lot of articles lately talking about the diminishing cubicle and how offices are doing away with the closed in working environments for both space, cost and collaboration needs. And what I think is really interesting here is that we’re slowly accepting the concepts of an open source society. … Read More

Objects in Mirror Are Losing

We can all be conquerors. … Read More

XBOX Wants to be Your Daughters BFF

uring a recent meeting, Microsoft spoke of how it would like to use the XBOX 360’s Kinect as a tool to attract girls to the console and gaming market. … Read More

Bodega Cats – A Flickr Group

Flickr groups never cease to amaze me; they’re like a high quality version of one-off Tumblr accounts. … Read More

Tear Absorbing Tissues

While it may be a gimmicky product, it’s one that actually has an audience. … Read More

Angry Birds, The Real Game

Coming out in May, this affordable toy is aimed at kids and adults alike and could be a great platform for other virtual games to become adapted to real world counterparts (Castle Crashers anyone?) … Read More

Tesco Jumps on the Buy Gold Bandwagon

It seems as if a more local solution has been put in place to “sell that unwanted gold jewelry”. … Read More

Here it is, the Dumbphone

Ahh, nothing makes me feel like a teenager again like a good ole Nokia 3210. … Read More

Lee Steps in the Collaboration Ring

Lee Jeans has jumped into the shark pool with Levi’s, and by that I mean they have entered the hectic world of denim collaborations in Japan. … Read More

The 8 Minute Pie

Comfort food fanatics, it is indeed time for a show of hands. You’ll need them actually, because now that you can make a pie in around 8 minutes I have a feeling that your hands may become busy. … Read More