We keep hearing that large rear-wheel drive sedans are a dying breed with sales of the Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon taking a tremendous hit over recent years. Why is it then that Chrysler thinks it can take a slice of that market with its 300C, and would you buy it if it was a [...]
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There are more iPhone cases available in the world than iPhone 5‘s to put them on, but finding one to suit your personal taste can be difficult. Sculpteo offers you the chance to design your own case using an app on your phone and have it delivered to your door.
Even the hardest man, one who despises all things Apple, has to have some kind of respect for the level of order that Apple manages to attain in its stores around the world. Everything is meticulously kept with all the iMacs, MacBook Pros and Airs, Mac Pros, iDevices and accessories looking amazing. One man had [...]
If there is one area of your abode you are likely to have control over, it’s the bin. Statistics* prove (*statistics may not exist) that men are largely tasked with taking out the trash. So if you’re going to be lumped with that job, why not do it with a bit of style.
Red Bull may not be the first brand that pops to mind when you think of fashion accessories, but that will probably change with the launch of Red Bull’s new range of eyewear.
You might love your backpack, but sometimes it would be nice if there was just one extra pocket, so you can store that extra battery pack for your iPad. The Arkiv system backback lets you do just that.
This is not an understatement: The Neo is the biggest advancement to hammer technology since the claw.
Having a herb and vegetable garden is a dream for many men, but whether it’s a lack of space or a lack of skill, many don’t bother. The Green Wheel concept could change that by bringing an awesome high-tech rotating herb garden into the home.
The iconic Les Paul guitar has sired many imitations, but none so grand as this amazing swimming pool in Canada.
Ah, to grow up in the 80s. Those heady days when music wasn’t streamed through the internet, but instead meticulously recorded from the radio onto analogue cassette tapes. If only there was a way to capture the time in a piece of furniture…