10 crushworthy watches Slick: The $34,000 Ressence Type 3 tells the time on discs that orbit in synthetic oil. Don’t you just love looking at luxury items you’ll never be able to afford? The timepieces on display at Swiss watch fiesta...―
Weather apps, shmeather apps: leave the smartphone in your pocket. You're going to have watch envy when you see what's being claimed as the world's first mechanical wristwatch that can measure pressure and altitude.Though high-tech smart watches ...―
A mobile security startup called PassBan thinks the best way to keep mobile devices secure is to allow people to choose from a bevy of different authentication options—including one that you wear on your wrist.“We didn’t want to ...―
In the wake of a brutal string of gang-rapes of female bus passengers — one in New Delhi and one in Gurdaspur — Indian officials have unveiled a new weapon they’re hoping can help combat violence against women.Kapil Sibal, minister of information...―
Many luxury watches manufacturers have both started initially to market their men's watches to girls, or are putting female details like additional design depth and precious stones to already common men's watches. Simply take Rolex for instance,...―
For the best in femininity, Jaeger LeCoultre's Reverse Florala view is just a champion in the Time and Gems watches class for 2011. A glamorous design is offered by it with a secure implementation hold and a red alligator leather band. Two rows of...―
Chanel is a renowned fashion brand and is the french house of high fashion that specializes in haute couture and ready-to-wear clothes, luxury goods, and fashion accessories.Chanel was a project of House Of Chanel which came into being in 1909.The...―
“When Eric Migicovsky, an engineer, wanted to develop a line of wristwatches that could display information from an iPhone — like caller ID and text messages — he went the traditional route of asking venture capitalists to finance his company. ...―
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My first thought when I saw the topic for this weeks Photo Challenge: Curves was the ...