We love this small USB drive, which is discrete enough to be confused for a bag charm, making it ideal for hiding away important documents. Its gold clip also means it's never going to get misplaced, which is often how many of these incredibly small devices lose their lives!
Usually I'm not too keen on studded accessories, but I'll make an exception for this subtle, multi-functional little gadget from Cameo Nouveau.
Available for $45.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's G-Unit Brands just announced that they've acquired KonoAudio, a boutique designer, developer and manufacturer of fashion headphones.
50 Cent appointed himself CEO, and plans this fall to launch a complete line of headphones showcased in three product categories — wired headphones,
wireless headphones and earbuds.
It makes sense actually - musicians always want fans to hear their music the way it was mastered in the studio and this gives him some control.
Let's hope the new line is as good as Dr. Dre's and Diddy's Diddy Beats.
The Stella is quite different to anything we've covered here on Popgadget before.
At first glance it looks like an orb from a Tolkien novel, but just wait until you hear what it can do...
JAWBONE has created two products that could really change the way you work - if you depend on a bluetooth headset to regularly make calls that is.
You know how important it is to take a girlfriend along when you're shopping? You need someone to answer those critical questions"Does this look good on me?" or, "Do I really need this?"
Shopntella knows that so has taken their e-commerce site one step further by allowing it to integrate with your social networks . It goes far beyond price comparison, and product reviews, giving you real-time product-purchasing advice from your own social networks plus purchasing advice from their social networks and a community of users.
The site will launch publicly in September, but is currently pre-registering users for a preview prior to public availability.
We love the idea of an online shopping site which folds in the social media community, such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to gather feedback and opinions. Shopntella brings the online buying experience closer to physical shopping with a girlfriend.
For example, the Shopntella "Ask a Question" module allows users to pose product queries to their trusted friends and social circles, industry experts and the larger Shopntella community.
Shopntella's proprietary ranking system, the "ntella score", quickly identifies new, trending and popular items by listening to what millions of shoppers are talking about and ranking the products accordingly there by answering the question, "Is this trendy?"
To pre-register and get a sneak preview of Shopntella before it is launched publicly, visit shopntella.
Take it for a test drive and let us know what you think.
Your bath is probably the thing you'd least expect to be able to squash away and make more compact, but the Bathboard has been specially designed to save you a lot of space as it folds away neatly onto your wall.
Unless you're a designer you might not ever need a specialist printer, but if you have a certain project in mind, maybe an invite to an event or a photo book for a birthday present, then you'll probably turn to the internet to find the service you need.
However, it can be really hard to find a printer that's going to get the results you want, which is why illustrator Jessica Hische set up a very handy website called Inker Linker, an online service which finds the right kind of printer for your specific needs.
Oh and did we mention how cute the website and map is?
Via Swiss Miss.
We're so sick of super girly tech accessories, sure we like pink now and again, but fluffy creatures, glitter and sparkle? No thanks.
These cases from Lipstick Shades are just right, with a range of patterns and bright pastel colors without being too sickly sweet.
They're available for all kinds of devices and you can have them personalized with your initials on the back too.
Used to be, you had to go to your doctor's office for a zap of LED light therapy. Said to diminish fine lines and wrinkles and result in more radiant skin, women flocked to the treatment. The only problem: the price. (Professional LED treatments usually cost $100 or more per treatment.) Originally used for acne treatment, doctors accidentally discovered that LED Light Therapy stimulated your cells, thereby increasing the production of collagen and elastin.
So with FDA approval, various companies came out with their own LED light systems for home use. Of the ones we've tried, "LightStim for Wrinkles" is the best product on the market. It's not cheap at $299 but figure what you save on the doctor visits. It is the only LED gizmo approved by the FDA specifically for wrinkles, and many doctor's office even use them. Some of the similar products do not have enough LED "wattage" to really make any difference.
Use it religiously for 20 minutes every day and you will gradually see a difference in your skin.
It took us about a month. While it is aimed at antiaging by stimulating collagen and elastin growth in the skin, it also improves the overall quality and texture of skin and reduces pore size.
Who doesn't need that?
(Before it was used as an anti-aging device, the blue light LED therapy was the the go-to therapy for bad acne, but that it a different device than this one.)
LightStim is labeled safe for all skin types, but as with any skin treatment, we recommend you check with your dermatologist before starting.