Tech

Wolfpack: Like Tinder, But For Straight Dudes Looking for Friends

If you're just a normal alpha, looking for others to bro down with, you might want to take a look at Wolfpack, a social networking app to help guys make male friends "while removing any and all social awkwardness." A sort of platonic Grouper, the app helps you rediscover old buds, or make new ones based on shared interests (from the company websites, interests include 'poker,' 'burgers,' and 'basketball'). From there, you can start hanging together like any other, normal friends that weren't spliced together in an iPhone test tube. Check out the YouTube commercial below. We get it. see more
Design

7 Sexy, Brilliant, and Completely Insane Designs for London's Newest Bridge

Looks like London might be getting another Instagrammable landmark. The Borough of Wandsworth (located in the southwest of the city) has invited designers to submit renderings for a new pedestrian bridge over the River Thames that will connect the districts of Nine Elms and Pimlico. Now, more than 70 designs have been unveiled for the $61 million project, ranging from edgy and starkly geometric to cool and minimal to even downright eccentric. Before the finalists are narrowed down next month, take a look below at some of our favorites. see more
Design

Someone Made an Itty-Bitty, Teeny-Tiny Little Drone

The last thing you'd call a drone is cute. And yet, this tiny quadcopter is not only absolutely adorable . . . it's flat-out badass. Measuring just 1.57 by 1.57 inches, the battery-powered Skeye Nano Drone ($59) is multitudes smaller than the average gadget you see dronies flying around your neighborhood skies. Its size allows it to buzz into tiny nooks and perform zippy aerobatics that might otherwise take a lot of time and practice to master. To use the Skeye, you simply flip on its switch and use the handheld controller the way you might while playing Nintendo. The see more
Shopping

This is What the Future Of Shopping Will Look Like

"We haven't scratched the surface of what we can do with ecommerce—the only constant is that the rate of change is accelerating faster and faster, so there's an awful lot of work to do," says Chris Morton, CEO and cofounder of Lyst, the multichannel shopping site that brings together your favorite online retailers and packages them neatly for you. As we slip further into the Internet Age, how we shop has become a more complex challenge for brands and stores who are competing in a crowded market for your precious time and, ultimately, money. The Lyst team thinks about this see more
Travel

A Hotel Where Robot Servants Are at Your Beck and Call

If five-star luxury accommodations are getting a little predictable for you, it might be time to book a trip to the Henn-na Hotel in Nagasaki, Japan, where you can be treated like royalty by a staff of 10 . . . humanoid robots. Opening this summer, the 72-room hotel will use the bots (fluent in both Japanese and English) to check in guests, clean rooms, and even bring you your morning coffee. And the robots are just the beginning for this high-tech hotel, located in a Netherlands-themed amusement park (what, you thought this vacation was going to be normal?). According see more
Tech

Selfies: No Longer Merely Annoying, They're Deadly Too

Was trying to take a selfie... 📷💣 💄@makeupbymario 💇 @jenatkinhair A photo posted by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on Jan 16, 2015 at 4:56pm PST We live in strange times. Times when taking a picture of yourself and sharing it digitally with your many friends and random acquaintances (and total strangers too!) is not only accepted, it's smiled upon—respected even! Why, Kim Kardashian makes a living doing it. Selfie sticks exist solely for this purpose. Methinks that this is not what our forefathers had in mind, but no matter, it is what it is, right? Well, sure, it's all see more
Grooming

Men Reveal Their "Girly" Habits on Reddit

No better way to kick off the weekend than to hear what a bunch of guys consider their "girliest" habit, right? Well, over on The Front Page of the Internet a user asked that exact question—and the responses started flooding in. A scroll through the answers is both hysterical and illuminating. They range from a penchant for interior design and peeing while in the sitting position, meanwhile others admit to liking to spoon (as the little spoon, no less!) and checking other dudes out ... but in a totally heterosexual way! Hey, if you're ever feeling self-conscious, just remember that see more
Tech

The 8 Coolest, Most Mind-Bending, Future-but-Now Things We Saw at CES

You can find everything from discount iPhone cases to refrigerators that will text you photos of their contents (!) at the Consumer Electronics Show, where we spent a good chunk of last week. But the products and experiences that stood out the most were the ones that really got us excited about the future—and about how cool our lives are going to be once we have these things in our hands, homes, and driveways. see more
Tech

Why SoundCloud Cofounder Eric Wahlforss Cares More About Business Models Than Profits

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Tech

A Sophisticated Charging Dock Worth Showing Off

Cold, hard gadgets not doing it for you? Yeah, we hear that. With all the glassy doodads we have in our lives, it's hard to remember that technology doesn't have to feel so sterile. This new Spool charging dock from Quell & Co ($65)—yes, that's merino-wool felt—charges gadgets (iPad and iPhone 5, 5c, and 6) and swivels to hide your messy cord with the touch of a button. It also looks beautiful in your home. White oak and metal touches work with the felt to add an alluring tactility that most tech products lack. see more
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