Chris Christie just told a squealing CPAC audience that Democrats are intolerant because they don't allow pro-life speakers at their conventions. Brian Tashman rips this apart at Right Wing Watch: “Tell me, sir, the last pro-life Democrat...Show More Summary
The smart watch is one peripheral that has not really caught on, although it is one interesting device which has spawned its fair number of versions from various manufacturers. We have seen the likes of the Pebble and Samsung Galaxy Gear, so what about this particular model which is known as the My Kronoz? The [...]
Glancing at a clock face in one form or another has been the de facto way to measure the passage of time. Aisen Caro Chacin though, is exploring a different perspective. She wants to give everyone the ability to tell time using their noses. Show More Summary
Van Cleff & Arpels' new timepiece depicts the solar system's complete movement.
Fragrances matched to your circadian rhythm to guide you through your day.
Seriously, who wouldn't want this?
Fashion meets function with timepieces that help remind you of the best time of the day -- Happy Hour! (Credit: Happy Hour Timepieces) Nothing is sadder than a cold bottle of beer that stays unopened because there's no bottle opener in sight. Show More Summary
It’s only natural to be concerned about the safety of your home, as it seems like every newscast we watch tells of another robbery or other such crime. Most of us don’t want to turn our homes into armed bunkers surrounded by barbed wire...Show More Summary
Once a concept on the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog, the Kisai Quasar hexagonal LCD watch has entered mass-production recently. While …
Now this is an interesting question to consider – would you prefer to know just how many days you have left to spend on earth, or you prefer to be not in the know, so that you are able to make the most out of each day instead? I would fall under the latter category, [...]
It's certainly one of the more unusual ideas for a smart watch, but we doubt it will supersede the Pebble: Tikker is a digital watch that tells you when you're going to die. It counts down your lifespan, to the last second, so you know how long you have left. Show More Summary
We can probably forgive Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius for spinning tomorrow's debut of Obamacare in the best possible way for the administration. That's her job. But spinning doesn't cut it with journalists--or, shouldn't. Show More Summary
Some Tokyoflash watches may be almost as impossible to read as they are fun, but they can’t be faulted in the eye-catching department. The latest watch in the Tokyoflash stable, the Kisai Blade, is notable not only for its take on aviation...Show More Summary
Drinking games can be an entertaining way to kick back on the weekends, but you can really only play so many games of beer pong or king's cup before they get old See also: This Watch Tells You When It's Time to Stop Drinking Next time you imbibe (Responsibly, of course.), turn back to your childhood for inspiration. Show More Summary
There are thousands of iPhone 5 cases, but not many of them are as quirky or as lovable as this lot.... Related Stories Alarm clock that shreds money if you don't get up (video) Tokyoflash's Kisai Intoxciated watch tells you how much...Show More Summary
I think we’ve all had one of those days where you need to spend a bit of time with a few friends and a good stiff drink. Once you’ve had a chance to unwind and forget all of your day’s troubles, you still need to head home. The smart thing to do is to make [...]
House passes bill to drug test food stamp recipients, new breathalyzer watch tells you when you're drunk, and John McAfee releases bizarre drug-themed video about anti-virus software.
A watch from TokyoFlash can tell you if you've had too much to drink. The company's Kisai Intoxicated LCD watch has a built-in breathalyzer. When you need it, turn on the breathalyzer on the watch and blow into it. Once it processes your breath, you'll have a reading of your level of intoxication ranging from green for sober to red for drunk. Show More Summary
Most of us have had the kind of night where we would have been better off heading home from the bar before that last round. And we probably would have, too, if someone had just told us that we didn't need another beer. Alas, that's rarely the way the world works. Show More Summary
There are plenty of pocket-sized breathalyzers on the market, but those can be awkward to keep on you at all times. If you want a gadget with some style that can also tell how blotto you are while out on the town, Tokyoflash has you covered. Show More Summary