Quaker Oats is being sued over the big “100% Natural” label on the front of its box. What else is in that bucket o’ oats that makes the label a lie? Nothing, say the plantiffs—it is, indeed, just oats. Their complaint is that the oats were grown using pesticides. That, they claim, should be sufficient to keep the…
What does it take to truly make a handmade suit? If you want to do every step of the process on your own, it takes a lot and a lot and a lot of work. Think about the materials that go into a suit: the cotton, the wool, the knitting, the silk and more. You have to pick the cotton, you have to shear the sheep, you have…
It’s been more than a year since the deadliest ebola outbreak ever hit with full force in West Africa. And while the virus has retreated, the reckoning over the best approach to treat the inevitable next outbreak is only gaining speed.
You can't ride a bicycle in a traditional suit. The wear and tear on that fabric will be enough to tear holes in the pants and rip the shoulder seams. Not a good look! You could keep a suit in a bag and change when you get to work, but you'd have to show up early. And stinky. Parker Dusseau has a different idea:…
If you are a rich race horse, I got great news for you! If you aren't a horse, you're going to freak out looking at this image: a horse in a full body suit. Why in hell does a horse need a suit?
Another day, another patent lawsuit. Today's below-bridge dwelling plantiff is Taiwanese company VIA.
Well surprise... no surprise? AT&T has officially filed in court to counter the Department of Justice's suit to stop the AT&T-T-Mobile merger. Their contention is that the government just doesn't understand what real competition is.
When Lodsys started targeting iOS developers, it probably wasn't looking for the kinds of fights it's been running into. A few days after Apple came to the aid of its devs, word comes that the New York Times and OpinionLabs are counter-troll-suing as well.
This fire resistant suit is being burned at 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit for about 12 seconds. If you were wearing this suit with that kind of fire attacking you, there's still a possibility you might suffer some second degree burns. But if you were wearing traditional fire retardent material, well, you'd be dead.
I hate ties but I love bubble wrap. So do I love this tie with bubble wrap on its backside? Absofreakinglutely. It's the perfect time killer for office suits: sitting in your cubicle, fiddling with your tie, and popping air bubbles! Business in the front, party in the back. [Neatorama]
Ask yourself this question, programs: Would it be really stupid to buy yourself one of these fantastic Tron Legacy official replica light bike suits, even if you didn't have a bike? The answer is yes, but I don't care.
I've been at the Infinite Loop campus a few times and yes, it's all true. Obviously, that's a rental. Or he burned it after wearing it. [Wired]
Targeting the thousands upon millions of businessmen who choose to cycle to work, the Highson Suit Commute is quite literally a-suit-in-a-backpack. It keeps your office-wear wrinkle-free, and also holds shoes, a tie and a laptop should you need to.
Shane Mahan, head honcho at Stan Winston's studio, filled us in with all the new details about Iron Man 2's new army of menaces, and Tony's new armor. Plus find out why no one could actually "be" Iron Man.
A Japanese company called Haruyama Trading Co. has developed a suit that supposedly protects the wearer from the H1N1 hysteria virus. Finally!
Somehow I can't picture a rugged, tattooed and bearded biker squeezing into this officially licensed Dark Knight armor replica. More like Comic Book Guy riding on a moped.
Monster Cable, suer of an incredible number of companies that just happen to have the word "Monster" in their names, has turned their attention to Monster Transmission. They make transmissions.
A mother is suing Apple and ten Apple Store employees after his 10-yo kid received second-degree burns: His pants caught on fire when an iPod touch exploded in his pants.
If a red tie is considered to exude power and authority at some business lunch, then an Asteroids tie must allude to nothing less than intergalactic domination.