30 Results for

necktie

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Mathematicians find 177,147 ways to tie a necktie

Tired of your boring old Half Windsor? Turns out there are enough ways to tie a necktie to last more than a lifetime.

By Feb. 13, 2014

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What your wardrobe lacks: A necktie with a QR code

QR Tie takes your neckties from analog to digital with links to your online info. Fortunately, they're nicely hidden until needed.

By Oct. 7, 2013

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Tie one on with the Camera Strap Necktie

This quirky cotton tweed camera neck strap doubles as a necktie, making it perfect for dressed-up shutterbugs.

By Aug. 13, 2012

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Learn how to tie a necktie and scarf with Android

Are you using the same boring knots for your neckties and scarves? These Android apps will show you how to tie 12 different necktie knots and seven different scarf knots.

By Jul. 5, 2012

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Google gives dads a necktie for Father's Day

Doodle honoring Dad reminds you to give the old man a call--on Gmail, of course.

By Jun. 19, 2011

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A necktie for music-loving commuters

Thomas Pink's $90 Commuter Tie doubles as an MP3 storage device and comes in hot purple and other non-subtle shades.

By Dec. 1, 2009

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Germ alert: Attack of the killer necktie!

As the medical community debates whether to remove neckties from hospitals to prevent the spread of superbugs that claim thousands of lives annually, a microbe-thwarting tie is born.

By Nov. 19, 2009

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Necktie or noose? Japanese corporate culture and the knot fan

A USB-powered necktie fan could have regressive cultural consequences for the Japanese salaryman.

By Aug. 10, 2007

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Chrome translates mobile Web to emoji for April Fools'

Google has been busy putting together pranks for the first day of April this year. Chrome's gag shows the Web the way teenage girls dream of it.

By Apr. 1, 2014

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Want to be better at math? Electric shocks could help

In ongoing research with children and adults, an Oxford University researcher finds that stimulating the brain with low-dose electrical currents could help improve learning.

By Feb. 14, 2014