Founded by Ernst Leitz in 1924, Leica has been making some of the best optics for almost 100 years. A lot has changed since then — but Leica's commitment to quality hasn't. Go behind the scenes in Leica's factory to watch the painstaking assembly of Leica's M10 camera.
Mechs: They aren't just for animes and video games anymore. Yang Jin-Ho is the chairman of Hankook Mirae Technology, a company focused on robotics. And they're focused on big robotics, creating a fully-articulated mech, piloted by a human. Translogic went to South Korea to take a test drive in something straight out of science fiction.
It should come as no surprise that staring at screens all day can lead to eyestrain, blurry vision, and headaches. Felix Gray is here to help with their handcrafted non-Rx and reading eyewear. Each pair is made from premium Italian acetate with a clear leans that filters blue light and eliminates glare to battle digital eye strain. Available in multiple frames and a line of new winter colors for a limited time.
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The Weekender might be the only watch you'll ever need. Timex is confident of that statement, and it's difficult to argue after giving it a hard look. With a minimalist design, the Weekender looks refined yet straightforward, is easy to use, and still manages to pack plenty of features onto its resume. Each watch includes a 40mm oversized case, INDIGLO night-light and chronograph functionality. It's available in four colors, with the option to swap out the leather and nylon straps for a fresh look whenever the mood strikes you.
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Living on top of the world does strange things to people — just as the residents of Longyearbyen, the northernmost city on Earth. You don't want to be buried in Longyearbyen. The permafrost makes for shallow graves, and bodies sometimes come back up again. And as the Earth warms, the thawing permafrost is wreaking havoc, causing the Global Seed Vault to flood, and potentially releasing ancient pathogens into the atmosphere.
It's nice to see that after a six-year hiatus nothing has changed. Larry is still just as socially unaware as ever and we couldn't be happier about it. See him get back to his old, neurotic ways when Curb Your Enthusiasm returns to HBO for a long-awaited ninth season October 1, 2017.