Back in early 2012, before the world had heard of Google Glass, the tech world was ablaze with rumours that the search giant was beavering away on augmented reality goggles.
As the days went by, it was clear that not only was this true, but that Google's dream of wearable technology was far, far closer to release than anyone would have guessed.
First previewed in early April, both Supra and Casio finally unveiled the Supra x Casio G-Shock GA-200SPR-1AJR Watch yesterday evening in New York City. In part to commemorate G-Shock‘s 30th anniversary, this collaboration with footwear brand Supra also mark shared philosophy and support in action sports. Based on the G-Shock GA-200 Series, with its unique three-within-one dial layout that features two digital and two analog readouts, the new timepiece will be in matte black with white indices and contrast LCD display.
Scarf is good, but don't you think that it's too small and makes your neck feel uncomfortable. To be honest, whenever I wear a scarf, I try not to wrap it too tight around my neck. I mean, I wrap it really loose and not warming after all because I always feel like my neck is being strangled by something and it is a creepy feeling you can get on the street.
Cameras aren't just appeared on the store's display counter and people will 'oohh' and 'ahh' and buy those magical inventions and the world finally changed for the better. Duh! Even though it sounds really cool and honestly tempting, cameras need a lot of time to evolve. Not quite the same with cellphones and smartphones and whatever phones you get, cameras used to have less fans and have to compete with other 'funner' and easier to understand technologies like....eh, computer or internet.