We're happy to report that our ampjacket acoustic amplifier iPhone case has been featured in FOX 2013 Holiday Gift Guide!
Check out the segment by the Emmy Award Winning Consumer Reporter Steve Noviello below.
If you don't have time to watch the video you can also check out the Top Tech Toys section on the website gift guide.
A special thank you goes out to Steve for including ampjacket in his top tech roundup!
Our Cabaret Ultra Thin iPhone Case was recently featured as part of Girls' Life Magazine's Totally Tech Giveaway.
Contestants had the opportunity to take home a lot of fun and innovate tech accessories each week.
Check out Girls Life Magazine for more great contests and congratulations to the lucky winners!
Winter IS coming and for some of us it feels like it’s already here (it's snowing as I write this)
We at the kubxlab offices have been inspired to pass on some handy tips we’ve collected to Amp Up Your Life but not your hydro bill. We call this edition of Amp Up Your Weekend: Hot Tips for Staying Warm in Winter.
Tip 1. Buy Insulated Curtains
Insulated Curtains help reduce heating bills because they are designed to trap warm air in while keeping cold air out. Your thermostat won’t have to make up for...
Christmas is around the corner and the gift guides are helping you get a head start on shopping.
Audioholics Online A/V Magazine was kind enough to include our Earshots Portable Speakers in their Consumer Electronics Christmas Gifts Guide for Him & Her.
There are a ton of great tech accessories in the gift guide.
See for yourself here!
We’re a very digitized culture these days. With more people than ever before engaging on more social media platforms than ever before, we’ve begun to cultivate many relationships, professional, friendly, and romantic, entirely on the Internet. It’s great at times. We’ve reached people in other countries and we can Tweet at our favorite celebrities. We can unite on Pinterest under the banner of our favorite cheesecake recipe, but what about the personal touch? What happened to heartfelt declarations of love and friendship, and face-to-face contact? It’s still there, but it’s different now. One man decided to ignore the conventions of...
We enjoy organization with purpose!
That’s probably why we do things like fold our cowboy suits so neatly for the weekend or perfectly arrange the furniture on the ceiling in exactly the layout it was on the floor. You see, when you organize your life with patterns, it helps keep the absurdity out of absurd things. When you start blasting Iron Maiden through your kubxlab stereo speakers, you are organizing your office in a sense, helping remove the absurdity from the absurd nature of work.
And then, of course, there are those who take this organization thing to a...
Here at kubxlab, we’re concerned with outside-the-box thinking,in spite of the “cube” in our name.
Each of our Apple accessories is an attempt to reinvent the norm, to invert common ideas and make them into new things, and we celebrate moments in the media where others do the same thing, no matter where they stand on the Mac vs. PC debate.
With that in mind, we present to you the Microsoft Excel artwork of Tatsuo Horiuchi.
These images are produced entirely in Microsoft Excel by Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi! In his words:
Was your iPhone 5s one of the many that was back ordered? Better late than never, no? kubxlab Apple accessories is here to meet the arrival of these revolutionary new phones (champagne colored? DANG!) with FREE swag. That’s right, folks, participate in #PimpMy5 and your shiny new toy may just be adorned with a free iPhone 5 case, courtesy of your friends at kubxlab.
Today the spotlight’s on the ultra thin iPhone 5 cases from our new MultiColors Collection, specifically. So, submit your favorite of these colors and for a chance to win one!
It’s easy to play. Tweet...
The boombox changed music, inarguably.
Its prevalence in pop culture speaks to it and many things may never have happened without. Take breakdancing, for instance, or the entire career of The Beastie Boys. We’re major fans and we like to think our portable stereo speakers are a teleological evolution of the classic Ghetto Blaster, which makes this an appropriate time to look at the history of the boombox.
1969: The first boombox was called a “radio-recorder” and was released by Philips. Its intentions could not have foreseen...