You're an adult now, and toys just don't do it anymore. You need something bigger, something better, something that will be the envy of your friends and neighbors. That's the J-Deite RIDE. The world's first life-size Transformer, the RIDE goes from steerable to car to a 14-foot-tall walking robot. Your childhood dream is finally here.
After moving to the United States from Taiwan, Chi-Tien Lui used his background in electronics to open his own shop in Manhattan in 1969. Artist, directors, and musicians flocked to his shop to test out the latest video equipment. Today, Lui uses his decade of knowledge to maintain and repair this vintage machinery to help preserve priceless art for museums like the Smithsonian and MoMA.
People love nothing more than their coffee and their smartphone. The Nomodo Trio ensures both are at their best. Equipped with a fast wireless Qi charger and a heating plate, it's like giving two gifts in one. The desktop charging mat makes sure your phone stays juiced all day while its neighbor keeps your morning cup at the perfect temperature. Switch it to chill and the cooling feature can also keep iced beverages cold. Each set comes with a matching mug but also can be used with your favorite cup.
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SimpliSafe teamed up with global design firm IDEO to create a home security experience more beautiful, powerful and intuitive than ever before. Rebuilt from the ground up with new safeguards to create a latticework of protection the new Simplisafe is half the size with double the range. It's also fifty percent louder, five times faster, and the system's wireless Keypad is soft, smooth and wakes with a touch. It's incredibly easy to set up in just a few minutes with no drilling, wiring or tools required and is offered at the same revolutionary price that made SimpliSafe the fastest growing home security company in the nation.
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For fifty years, Sesame Street has been in production at the Astoria Studios in Queens, New York City. The show created children's television and has had a huge impact that spans generations. Business Insider goes backstage with Sesame Street's executive producer Ben Lehmann to find out what it takes to make a season of the show.