Coach is a brand that has always been notoriously on-trend when it comes to handbags, shoes, wallets, sunglasses – you name it! – but one accessory they consistently hit out of the park? Their Apple Watch Bands: and this summer it's no different. The brand has launched even more Apple Watch bands for the summer, and some of the old bands are even on sale! The bands include the Strap with Tea Rose Appliqué in black. The new colors include the Strap with Prints in Deep Scarlet (red with star print). The Strap with Tea Rose Appliqué is a new band. (Haute Ecriture) Some of the watch band names have also changed. For example, the Leather Strap with Tea Rose has changed to the Strap with Tea Rose. Coach's Strap with Prints will cost $150, while the Tea Rose Appliqué sells for $175. But hurry up if you want to get your hand on a band: When Coach releases new bands they are usually available in limited quantities. There are 100 Strap with Prints bands available … [Read more...] about Coach releases new Summer Apple Watch bands
posted on 10 Jun 2016, 09:34 0 1. TechieXP1969 (Posts: 14967; Member since: 25 Sep 2013) $179 isn't bad I guess. $149.99 should really be the max. In fact I think all wearables shouldn't exceed $149.99. If they have 3G/4G then an extra $30 is reasonable. posted on 10 Jun 2016, 09:38 3 3. Rydsmith (unregistered) Funny, you didn't think any of that with the Gear S2 and praised it like the second coming of wearables. posted on 10 Jun 2016, 10:33 0 10. TechieXP1969 (Posts: 14967; Member since: 25 Sep 2013) You obviously can't read what I said about the Gear S2.http://www.phonearena.com/news/Samsung-Gear-S2-support-for-iPhone-right-around-the-corner-Gear-Manager-app-for-iOS-leaked_id80233http://www.phonearena.com/news/Samsung-Gear-S2-S2-3G-and-Gear-S2-Classic-price-and-release-date_id73478 11. TechieXP1969 (Posts: 14967; Member since: 25 Sep 2013) Doesn't sound like praise to me. posted on 10 Jun 2016, 10:37 0 12. TechieXP1969 (Posts: 14967; Member … [Read more...] about Comments for : It’s official: Samsung releases the Gear Fit2 fitness band to select markets, here’s the pricing
At this point, it’s practically tradition to see photoshopped Coachella line-up posters pop up right after the official line-up has been released, but there’s always a couple of gems that stand out from the rest. AI community Botnik Studios, makers behind viral hits like the AI-generated Harry Potter fanfic, just released their take on the Coachella band line-up poster. The list was generated by training a neural network on thousands of band names, and includes must-see acts like “Horse Choir” and “Man Mist”. Botnik Studios calls itself an “augmented comedy creation platform”, and most notably uses predictive text keyboards to generate scripts for classic shows like X-files. The platform also weighs in on more current events, like training the keyboards on both Fire & Fury and McDonald’s menu item descriptions to leak “exclusive bombshell details about the Trump administration.” AI-generated band names isn’t a … [Read more...] about Neural network-generated Coachella band names don’t get any better than ‘Bustles Muckson’
Brockhampton is not yet a household name, but it’s on its way. The LA-based group — dubbed "the internet's first boy band" — has over a million monthly listeners on Spotify, a young fan base that preordered all 5,000 copies of their $50 boxed set (of physical CDs!) in a matter of hours, and a sophomore album that debuted at #57 on the Billboard 200, just two months after their first failed to scrape the bottom of the chart. Their upcoming Love Your Parents tour hopscotches all over the US and Canada, including three sold-out nights at New York City’s 1,000-capacity Irving Plaza, and they’ve been picked up as the latest major project of Christian and Kelly Clancy, the husband-wife management duo who coordinated the rise of Odd Future. They embody a set of contradictions that would have seemed impossible only five years ago: they’re dodging major labels; they plan to be pop stars. They don’t have two dimes to rub together; they’ve … [Read more...] about Boy Band of the Future
In April 2007, only diehard Broken Social Scene fans salivated when band member Leslie Feist released a solo album titled The Reminder. Sales were moderate for the first five months, reaching an average of 6,000 per week. But that September, Apple released its most impactful ad since it unveiled the Macintosh. The spot had a simple concept: a pudgy iPod Nano laid flat against a white table, with a hand repeatedly removing it to reveal another Nano in another color. Each Nano showed the same music video—the song "1234" from Feist. Within five weeks of the commercial’s launch, Feist’s total album sales reached nearly 300,000 units. Roughly 100,000 of those sales came after the ad campaign started, according to USA Today. Fast forward six more months and The Reminder had moved more than 730,000 copies, according to Spin. The undeniably catchy “1234” may have experienced an even greater individual bump. Reuters reported that in the first month … [Read more...] about “Oprah” for indie bands: Apple once loved unknown acts—what changed?