Nanoleaf’s new smart home kit, Grand Theft Auto for iOS, Stone Americano Stout and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
Nanoleaf Smarter Kit
Built to link into Apple HomeKit, Nanoleaf’s Smarter Kit allows you to turn your lights on or off using Siri on your iPhone. Simply say “Siri, turn on my lights,” and they turn on instantly. You can also program presets with which a voice command will turn on a specific set of lights within the system and dim them to your desired output. As a guard against becoming outdated, the kit also allows software updates.
New Balance 530 Vazee
For their newest shoe release, dropping January 1, 2016, New Balance drew on colorways inspired by ’90s running apparel and paired it with modern advances like a REVlite midsole.
Endura Singletrack Jacket
With the weather getting cold and wet out on the trails, it’s time to bundle up with Endura’s new Singletrack Jacket.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories for iOS
Arguably one of the best releases from the GTA franchise, Liberty City Stories is now available for iOS.
Booq’s latest stores one to two DSLRs, four mid-size lenses, a large zoom lens and a 12-inch laptop or iPad Air.
Stone Americano Stout
Stone’s upcoming “American Imperial Stout” is brewed with espresso beans roasted by Ryan Bros. Coffee in San Diego, like their 2013 Stone Espresso IRS.
Reviews and Buying Guides
Advice from the Crew
Is the New Toyota Tacoma the Perfect Lifestyle Truck?
Toyota’s newest mid-size pickup is being marketed as the millennial’s ride of choice. Really, it’s just a damn good pick-up. Read the Review
The Cannondale Slate Conquers Both Dirt and Road
Slate-ing is the riding of the future, and all those gravel grinders out there better beware. Read the Review
Reviews and News from around the Web
While we patiently wait for Canyon Bikes to come stateside, take a look at Joaquim Rodriguez’s Canyon Aeroad CF SLX with Rouleur.
Thai noodle soup comes in a variety of styles based mostly on region. Lucky Peach brings you a comprehensive guide to all of the variations.
The Verge reviews the Fossil Q Dreamer, calling it “a leather bracelet with some tech inside.”
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