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Two new Marc Ecko headphones doused in bright colors

Mark Ecko beefs up its UNLTD.SOUND series of streetwear headphones with two new over-ears blasted in bright colors.

By 8 February 2012


Marc Ecko earbuds replace cords with zippers

New 'buds from apparel brand Marc Ecko let you zip through your music, literally.

By 13 September 2011


Marc Ecko Zip headphones actually zip up

A new pair of designer headphones come with a zip in place of the cord, which actually zips up. Just careful you don't catch your jumper.

By 11 September 2011


Marc Ecko banned in Australia

Another month, another game ban. This time it is graffiti-focused action title Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure, which has been refused classification by Australia's Office of Film and Literature Classification (OLFC), effectively making the game illegal to sell in this country.

By 16 February 2006


BitTorrent: Bundle delivers joy, ready for spotlight

BitTorrent bakes its Bundle program into the latest version of its uTorrent and BitTorrent software. Next up: torrent pay walls.

By 20 February 2014


Zaarly adds glitz to bolster merchant community

The peer-to-peer business transaction startup showcases its favorite sellers through virtual storefronts.

By 5 September 2012


110 Stories app adds Twin Towers back to skyline

Kickstarter-funded project for iOS uses augmented reality to place outlines of the World Trade Center towers back into the New York skyline. The developers expect to have it released by the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

By 10 August 2011


Man selling his life on eBay believes he is Barry Bonds' home run ball

Ian Usher, the man who is auctioning his life on eBay, believes his story is the same as the story of Barry Bonds' home run ball.

By 27 June 2008


At New York art event, Google shows off its primary colors

Marissa Mayer, Google vice president and unofficial culture liaison, invites artists, designers, and plenty of press to a soiree to show off the company's new iGoogle Artist Themes.

By 3 May 2008