Nintendo Will Bring Back the NES Classic Edition in 2018

Nintendo has promised its NES Classic Edition is headed back into production with new shipments coming in 2018. The company has a chance to expand and build on the product’s popularity, assuming it can build enough to satisfy existing demand this time around. The post Nintendo Will Bring Back the NES Classic Edition in 2018 appeared first on ExtremeTech. Read More

Jaguar rebirths the E-type … and it’s the opposite of painful

Jaguar Land Rover Classic has been all about Rovers in its Reborn series, presenting the Series I and Range Rover Classic models. Now it’s adding a bit more Jag, putting its automotive talents toward the very worthy goal of restoring Series 1 E-types. At this year’s Techno-Classica Essen, it will reveal the first of 10 E-types it plans to rebirth, this one a beautifully revitalized 1965 Series 1 Fixed Head Coupe 4.2… Continue Reading Jaguar rebirths the E-type … and it’s the opposite of painful Category: Automotive Tags: Jaguar Jaguar Land Rover E-Type Techno-Classica Jaguar Classic Related Articles: History on wheels: The best from the 2016 Goodwood Revival Jaguar Mark 2 replica to enter production Updated Jaguar Mark 2 puts new spin on a classic No-reserve Duemila Route auction… Read More

Sorry, Here’s Why Your Tote Bag is Definitely Not Eco-Friendly. Plus: the Industrial Inspiration Behind Amusement Park "Log Rides"

Core77’s editors spend time combing through the news so you don’t have to. Here’s a weekly roundup of our favorite stories from the World Wide Web. “RIP iPod Classic. See You at Urban Outfitters in 2036″While everyone is heated about Apple’s headphone jack removal, this love story between human and iPod Classic is a nice reminder to take a step back and remember what’s really important—actual music and our evolving methods of organizing it.—Emily Engle, editorial assistantTote Bag SaturationI’ve always had a suspicion that the tote bag craze we’ve all been taking part in for the last decade is something of an eco-sham. No matter how virtuous they seem, there’s no way that manufacturing promotional totes (that get used once, maybe twice) could actually … Read More