Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses dazzle in solid gold frame


The whole frame including the arms of this edition is made of gold. Fitted with the polarized G-15 crystal lenses, it doesn’t compromise on its funtion of rendering ultimate protection to eyes too. Priced at $3,800, only one thousand two hundred pairs will be available for grabs from November.



Each set includes two slot cars (designed by the Hollywood automotive artist who brought us the 1996 Batmobile), a vinyl racing mat embedded with special ink the cars can sense, and an iOS app that lets you control and customize your vehicles. The cars are powered by artificial intelligence, with the option for users to steer or fire upgradable weapons. Each car develops a unique character over time, depending on what skills and attributes you choose to upgrade, giving them advantages out on the track. It’s the perfect combination of racing, robotics, and interactivity you look for in a game on the screen


At the core of the XE-2 is Fuji’s 16.3 Megapiel APS-C X-Trans Sensor that pushes out DSLR-quality photos in a compact package. Other new features include 7 fps burst mode, 2.36 million dot OLED electronic viewfinder, phase detection AF system, and built-in Wi-Fi.

$999, Amazon


Powered by Qualcomm’s 2.3Ghz Snapdragon 800 processor and feature LTE connectivity, 16-32GBs of storage, a 1080p 4.95″ inch screen, and most importantly to all you bloatware-haters, a stock version of Android 4.4 KitKat.

Availability TBA – $349, Google Play (via Engadget)


Fujifilm’s XQ1 is one of those cameras, a new model in the X-Series line with a large 12 megapixel 2/3 X-Trans CMOS II sensor, a light-eating f/1.8 25-100mm zoom lens, Wi-Fi, and a 3.0″ LCD.

$499, Amazon

Trailer: The Grand Budapest Hotel

a legendary hotel concierge, and Zero Moustafa, a new lobby assistant who becomes his greatest friend. Familiar faces to Anderson films, such as Willem Dafoe, Adrien Brody, Edward Norton, and Bill Murray. The film is set to hit theaters on March 7, 2014.