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There are some things you just have to do in order to understand how dope they are. QRadio is one such thing. Half art project half handy music distribution service from Berlin-based SWEZA—just hold up your phone, snap the QR code (you’ll need an app) and you are ready to listen to the latest mix via a quick video stream…


TURN IT UP: Can’t hear it? Plug in one of Jawbone’s new JamBox speakers to your phone and you’re set for 85dB of wireless happy. Make sure you get your JamChain too—who wouldn’t want that piece o’ pretty around their neck…

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CHILL: Perhaps you’re looking for a bit of relaxation instead? No problem (until you realize this isn’t actually available) with the Color Me color-changing headphones—with the flick of a switch or tap of the iPhone your headphones change to suit the music you are listening to. In a word. Snazzy…

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WEAR: Or if you’re still up for some real aural pleasure how about some headphones that sound like they were meant to be a weapon? Kotori are fast becoming known for the go-to place for “audio headwear,” and rightly so. A firm favorite with on the rise Japanese spinners, be it buds or bands, they’ve made enough color combinations to make it near impossible choose, let alone coordinate…

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RUMOR: Apple about to launch custom ringtones for text messages…


SHARE: Designed by Chris NG for Fadtronics, this handy 3x 3.5mm port audio sharer is not the only one of its kind but it is the most beautiful one we’ve seen…in a long time…

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CREATE: Designed exclusively for the iPad, Polychord is one deceptively filthy beast full of drums, bass, chords and accompaniment in one. Whether it’s a simple chord progression you’re after or you’re creating the next club stomper this disgustingly simple and addictive app will likely leave you with RSI [Repetitive Strain Injury] if you’re not careful... END.

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