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Starck-designed watch is slickly discrete

Starck-designed watch is slickly discrete

That bloody Philippe Starck, he really needs to stop designing lovely products that so tease my wallet.  I actually already have a very similar digital Fossil watch that he created, but this new Veiled design really tickles my temptation glands.  Available now in both mens' and womens' versions (the latter being narrower), the analogue face is all-but-obscured by the electroplated crystal glass that looks to be a continuation of the stainless-steel bracelet.

 

Fossil’s latest Starck watch is holier than thou

Fossil’s latest Starck watch is holier than thou

Methinks designer Phillipe Starck was sucking a mint or two when he came up with his latest watch design for Fossil, the O-Ring Digi.  How else could you explain the distinctive hole in the middle of the face?  Lacking hands, the hours are displayed as numbers while minutes are blocks that build up to create a full ring; the buttons for setting the time are hidden on the back, keeping the whole arrangement sleek.

I suppose Starck could have a particularly nice mole on his wrist that he wanted to show off, or maybe a very small tattoo.  Anyway, the O-Ring Digi is available now for $110 from Fossil's website.

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Huli color-changing lamp hands-on

Huli color-changing lamp hands-on

We've a soft spot for color-changing lighting here at SlashGear, not to mention minimalistic design, and the Huli lamp on show at CES 2014 fits the bill on both fronts. A stark 20 x 20 x 3 cm aluminum square, the Huli keeps its LEDs on the back, intended to flood the wall behind it with light whether you're picking hues from the iOS app, or letting it synchronize to your music playlist.

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Netatmo smart thermostat unveiled with mobile connectivity and e-ink display

Netatmo smart thermostat unveiled with mobile connectivity and e-ink display

Smart thermostats aren't terribly uncommon at this point, though the most popular maker of such devices is arguably Nest. More options are slowly cropping up, however, the latest of which is Netatmo, a French startup that has introduced its smart thermostat, aptly named Thermostat. The Netatmo Thermostat comes with a variety of functionality, including wireless control from a mobile device.

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Bill Gates reflects: Steve Jobs, old rivalries, and Foundation future

Bill Gates reflects: Steve Jobs, old rivalries, and Foundation future

Bill Gates has described his final meeting with Steve Jobs, in an emotional interview with 60 Minutes' Charlie Rose in which he recalled his rival and friend's "forward looking" attitude. "He and I, in a sense, grew up together" Gates said of his relationship with Jobs, a complex friendship that saw each man engage and respect with each other on a personal level, while at the same time lead companies that at many points in their history were fiercely competitive and even antagonistic.

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LaCie 5big Thunderbolt and 5big NAS Pro hands-on

LaCie 5big Thunderbolt and 5big NAS Pro hands-on

Should LaCie's Blade Runner have enough style but not enough space for your external data needs, fear not; the company has a pair of new 5big arrays with a choice of network or Thunderbolt connectivity for those with big storage demands. The 5big Thunderbolt and 5big NAS Pro each follow the monolithic design language of previous LaCie drives - all brushed aluminum and glaring blue power-light "eye" - but offer up to 20TB of capacity or optional RAID redundancy.

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Steve Jobs’ Venus yacht shown in fresh footage

Steve Jobs’ Venus yacht shown in fresh footage

Steve Jobs' yacht, the Starck-designed Venus, hasn't had an easy time over the holidays, impounded in Amsterdam over unpaid bills, but that gave harbor hunters a chance to snap some new video of the crisp-edged craft. Michiel Frackers took a post-Christmas walk to the former container terminal where Venus was being held, and rather fittingly used an iPhone 5 to film the distinctive yacht as it was being tended to by crew.

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Steve Jobs Yacht freed from impound

Steve Jobs Yacht freed from impound

We can now all move on with our lives amid the freeing of the Steve Jobs-commissioned superyacht from impound as the estate and designer Philippe Starck have reached a monetary agreement. This agreement comes after the Starck group Ubik set the ship in impound because of unpaid fees from the Steve Jobs estate. The big news today has the ship set free. It's been a devastating five days that the ship has been stopped from glorious water freedom.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 21, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 21, 2012

Welcome to Friday evening everyone. Depending on who you choose to believe, today was the day it was all supposed to come crashing down, but since that doesn't seem like it'll be happening, let's recap the news from the day and then jump into the weekend, shall we? Today was a historic day aside from being the rumored end of the world, as Psy's ridiculously popular hit Gangnam Style topped 1 billion views on YouTube, officially becoming the first video to do so and beating Justin Bieber to the punch. We had a new Acer-related leak today, with benchmarks for the rumored V350 flagship phone surfacing, as well as images for the ASUS ME172V tablet.

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