The haters are wrong: Macro cameras on phones rule
Macro cameras let you take previously impossible super close-ups. They're not dumb. They're the most exciting thing to happen to phone cameras in years.
It's time for movie theaters to die so movies can live again
Theaters are shuttering. Blockbusters are getting shelved. Studios are scrambling to find their way. That could be a good thing.
The iPhone 12 Mini still isn’t small enough
With a 5.4-inch display, it's still bigger than the original iPhone SE.
There are too many emoji and it has to stop
We've gone from creative innuendo and artistic interpretation to literalism that feels more like Newspeak than the future of communication.
The hottest phone of 2020 is the BlackBerry Classic
It was made in 2014, doesn't have many working apps, and it totally rules.
I thought non-alcoholic beer was liquid sadness. I was totally wrong.
Can you really keep the taste and lose the hangover? I found out.
Allbirds, trying to be cool in streetwear, teams up with Chinatown Market
The collab features one-off upcycled pieces designed by Nicole McLaughlin.
PlayStation's Zara sneaker is a serious downgrade from its Nike collab
And then there are the labor issues.
The perfectly pointless world of Marina Fujiwara's 'wasted creations'
Whimsical, magical, useless. All of these words describe the 27-year-old creator's inventions and projects. But they only scratch the surface.
The Apple exec wardrobe is Big Kohl's Energy
Start with a shirt that comes packaged in plastic.
Hermès made a ridiculous two-in-one roller skate sneaker for $4,450
Only $2,225 per function.
Boat shoes used to be for frat bros and rich dads only. Not anymore.
Thanks to brands like Sperry, Noah, and Rowing Blazers, the silhouette has been revitalized to have its streetwear moment.