A waterproof smart phone may be sweet music to the ears of those who have lost their phones to the dreaded drops of H2O. It could have been a rain drizzle, a washroom accident, or someone with butterfingers spilling water. With Sony’s Xperia M4 Aqua, you will never again lose your phone to water.
Being waterproof is just one of the phone’s many admirable qualities. Powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor and 2GB RAM, the M4 can easily handle the heavy apps. The phone is fitted with a 13 megapixel camera rear camera for the shutterbugs, and a 5 megapixel front camera for the selfie enthusiasts.
The M4 Aqua marks a stellar attempt by Sony to stamp their brand on a market dominated by Apple and Samsung.
Design studio Ruetemple has made the lives of a young boy and girl in Russia infinitely more exciting with this two-story play area that would surely be any kid’s dream room. Architects Alexander Kudimov and Daria Butahina filled the 108 square foot room with both fixed and movable spots for play, study and relaxation.
On one wall are fixed desks for schoolwork and a staircase leading to an overhead hammock. With the ceiling too low to stand, it makes for a great “kids-only” spot, or perhaps a place to serve as a lookout during secret missions. The opposite side of the lower level is where you’ll find the room’s real gem, a moveable cube whose modular units are only limited by the children’s imagination. The sections can be extended out in a long line or brought together and walled in or every configuration in between.
There’s no telling what sorts of adventures will happen in these lucky children’s playroom, but one thing that’s certain is the only limitation will be their own imaginations. View more on the kid’s dream room at Ruetemple.
While there’s been a lot of buzz over the past few days over the announcements of the iPhone 6 and the new Apple Watch, it just seems like something’s missing. Something mysterious, something more befitting of a secret agent — like, for example, this ultra cool Goldeneye watch face!
Giving a fresh face to your Moto 360 smart watch, Secret Agent Watchface transforms your wrist piece from boring into the envy of basically anyone who has ever played a first person shooter ever. The watch mimics the classic pause screen that came up during epic battles with friends. And It’s not purely for looks, with the right blue bar being a working representation of your battery life. The time switches between digital and analog depending on your battery mode, and with Motorola releasing stainless steel bands later this year you’ll finally be able to make your Goldeneye watch complete.
While Google has not yet officially released an Android watch face API, the developer is promising future updates when this occurs. Get it now free on the Google Play Store.