What’s Next for Apple: “Aiming to become Apple‘s next step in mobile computing, industrial designer Tomas Moyano has developed the Apple “Lightmac.” This concept design fuses the power of a desktop computer with the portability and use of tablets, integrating projected touchscreen technology. The design is realized with a Core i9 processor and 16 GB of RAM, in addition to a 24-hour battery life with live-syncing via Bluetooth 6.0. Peripheral additions include a wireless keyboard while the portable screen projector can be re-sized for convenience. This concept design offers an innovative and realistic look into the future of computing, with exciting insights into what may come next.” – Hypebeast
Recently premiering at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, Fresh Dressed is a documentary that explores the evolution of fashion throughout hip-hop. The film dissects styles such as that of the mink coats and expensive suits worn in the ’70s, to b-boy staple pieces like Kangols, onto the emerging looks we see today. The film also features a slew of hip-hop artists such as Kanye West, Big Daddy Kane and Dapper Dan, as well as fashion notables Riccardo Tisci and André Leon Talley. Check out a small clip of Fresh Dressed above, and stay tuned for its release. -Hypebeast
Are you as excited as I am for the Super Bowl? Well get ready for the BIG budget commercials to go with the BIG game. “Here Kim Kardashian stars in a new commercial for T-Mobile, as the mobile service provider continues to ramp up positive marketing efforts in 2015. The timely “#KimsDataStash” commercial finds Kardashian petitioning the public to hang on to their precious unused data, and then cheekily lists better ways to use said gigs. ” – Hypebeast
Our global team embraced the challenge to create a new sports car experience, leveraging new technology to deliver incredibly vivid performance in a vehicle that responds intuitively and immediately to the will of the driver,” said Ted Klaus, chief engineer and global development leader for the model. “The NSX delivers pinnacle supercar performance, with zero-delay acceleration and exhilarating, confidence-inspiring driving dynamics.” Unlike the rear-wheel-driven first generation, the new NSX comes with SH-AWD, with the front wheels being powered by two of the three available electric motors. Despite being a globally developed sports car, the 2016 NSX was largely designed by a team led by American engineers from Honda’s development center in Raymond, Ohio, with the production of the model to take place in Marysville, Ohio.
via Top Speed