Jeremy Scott and Miley Cyrus Collaboration

Jeremy Scott and Miley Cyrus Collaboration

It was only a matter of time until these two creative geniuses and long time friends collaborated together. At the at Jeremy Scott’s Spring 2015 show, the runway models were accessorized with beaded necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and headpieces created by Miley herself. Both artists have very whimsical and childlike taste. There is a colorful fantasy aspect to Miley’s designs that successfully accented the popular and delicious Jeremy Scott...
Apple and IBM partnership…say what?!?

Apple and IBM partnership…say what?!?

Apple and IBM have announced a business partnership that will see the two companies create business-centric apps for iPhones and iPads. For those of you born post 90’s this probably doesn’t seem like a big deal…but it is. These two were arch enemies for most of the past three decades. In addition, IBM will start selling business clients Apple’s mobile devices pre-installed with the new software. Moral of the story NEVER SAY NEVER..even these billion dollar giants can come together years later and...
Hong Kong 2014

Hong Kong 2014

It’s that time of year and as always there were gadgets and gizmos of plenty..but we want more..for those of you who didn’t notice..that line was a take from the movie “The Little Mermaid”. Anyways moving on, the Hong Kong Electornic Fair was out of control. And we were front and center. What we love most about the city..the spiritual and high tech mix of it all. You can take a 45 min ferry ride to Lantau Island and check out the largest Buddha statue you have ever seen in your life..and then wrap it up with a 30 min gondola ride down the island with a clear glass bottom..WHAT..yes you have a momentary panic attack up there..but it’s beautiful. Not to digress too much from the show, it was high energy, high velocity, and packed with new product offerings. We were excited to see our partners and visit the factories to make sure that our new assortment of products will be top notch for your using pleasure....
Jeremy Scott

Jeremy Scott

We couldn’t be happier for our partner and friend Jeremy Scott and his new role as creative director of Moschino. We think the two are a match made in heaven. His Feburary 2014 Milan fashion show was INSANELY creative, provocative, and down right fun. Rita Ora has already been featured on the cover of Ketchup magazine wearing his signature “ode to McDonald’s” sweater. There’s fashion and then there’s Jeremy Scott. He is a visionary. The Andy Warhol of fashion. And the leather..wow it was hottttt! Moschino never looked better. He took Moschino’s bold letters and transcended the fashion to a harder and edgier spectrum of fashion..much appreciated by the likes of Rihanna and Miley Cyrus that were shot all over town wearing the brand new line right off the runway. We can’t wait to debut this visionary’s amazing designs when we launch his first ever technology line! It will be...
Ring in the New Year Tech Edition

Ring in the New Year Tech Edition

So what are your new year resolutions??? Here’s some of our collective resolutions in no particular order: 1. Meditate more 2. Exersize 3. Learn how to cook 4. Finally have kids 5. Setup for retirement 6. Ask for a raise Okay the last one was just to be funny..although a raise would be nice..we’re not complaining we LOVE what we do. Tis year we are focusing on the fashion side of things and it’s about to pop in the next few months. Wearable fashion is what we will be focusing on. Although we haven’t reached the Jetson’s era yet, we are thinking in that...
Jeremy Scott

Jeremy Scott

World renowned fashion icon Jeremy Scott has partnered up with Largus and we are beyond excited. Bettery Magazine, “Jeremy Scott is seen as fashion’s last rebel. A man who knows no bounds and no conventions in regards to style, design or concepts. His polarising impact has established him as a pop icon and creator of exceptional fashion.” We have a lot in store for you. Press release will be coming soon…....
Virgin Galactic Spaceport

Virgin Galactic Spaceport

We can’t help but share some fascinating information regarding the latest and greatest in space exploration. Let’s face it…the years of NASA leading space exploration is over. With Obama’s push for its privatization, companies are emerging and leading commercial transportation of humans to the moon…one of those being Virgin Galactic. And why shouldn’t they? NASA forked out 1.4 billion dollars over the last two years to companies developing crewed vehicles. In 2005, Virgin Galactic and the State of New Mexico made a historic agreement which would see the building of a state funded 200 million dollar spaceport on a 27 square mile area of land in the southern part of the New Mexico called the “Land of Enchantment”…and it will become very enchanting when the aliens come back on the ride home for a visit. The facility has been designed by globally recognized Foster and Partners from the UK, who won an international competition to build the first private spaceport in the world. Virigin Galactic’s first launch is coming up very...
Will the real Mark Zuckerberg please stand up?

Will the real Mark Zuckerberg please stand up?

Did you know Marky Mark can add politician to his resume. Sources reveal that the billionaire mogul has hired two lobbying firms to represent his interests regarding immigration. Silicon Valley is synonymous with H-1B visas, since let’s face it, most of the skilled computer folks aren’t coming out of the US. There are also stories circulating that Mark is launching a political group that will address a broad range of issues, from immigration to education. With so much money and being so young, it’s nice to see the Facebook founder doing some good in the world. Maybe other young billionaires will follow suit. At some point, and not to sound cheesy, to make this world a better place, we all have to give back. And if your earnings are in the billions then it would be nice if you gave back more than the rest of us. In 2012 Warren Buffett donated $3 billion dollars, to his children’s charities. Mark Zuckerberg came in second with $498 million to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation. And Paul Allen of Microsoft donated $300 million to the Allen Institute of Brain Science. We’ll keep you posted on Mr. Zuckerberg. His success from Facebook has allotted him a lot of power. Power in the wrong hands can be dangerous. But power in the right hands can be game changing. Let’s hope he’s batting for the right...
Faster Checkout Lines thanks to the iPhone

Faster Checkout Lines thanks to the iPhone

Walmart has hooked up with Scan and Go, manufacturer of cell phone barcode scanners, to bring mobile check out technology to 200 stores. ”We want our customer feedback to dictate the experience,” Gibu Thomas, senior vice president of mobile and digital at Walmart Global eCommerce, said this week. “You’ll see this roll out to more markets.” For now the technology is only available for the iPhone but Scan and Go is not exclusive to Apple or Walmart, so we will expect to see the same technology applicable for Andriod phones in the near future. If we will now be using our phones for check out and purchases, then we hope that the manufacturers of these devices find ways to extend battery life since it looks like our phones are evolving much faster than anticipated. If not.. don’t worry.. we’ll have that...
Beyond the Titanic and Avatar

Beyond the Titanic and Avatar

Director James Cameron has been in the spotlight lately, but not for the debut of a film. The self proclaimed scientist has been doing some deep sea diving, but unlike you and me, his excursion included an undersea craft which costed him roughly ten million dollars of his own money. The one year anniversary of this dive is now bringing light to his latest exploration.   Last year Cameron took his sea craft to the bottom of the Challenger Deep, the lowest point of the Mariana Trench, a place where no one had had gone before. In a sense, what Neil Armstrong was to the moon, Cameron is to the discovery of 20,000 microbes that will give us a deeper understanding of the world we live in.   Mr. Cameron’s success is part of the privatization of space and sea exploration which has proven to be very successful. For decades NASA and the military financed research that resulted in discoveries that would later penetrate the private sector. But now, advances in the private sector tend to spin off to the government.   For a filmmaker to transcend his work to science and discovery may seem somewhat odd, but we think it makes total sense. It would seem only natural for someone with that much creativity to conjure up the most advanced technology and hardware to fulfill his curiosity and passions. And of course his paydays from the Titanic and Avatar help him fund these hobbies...