T-Mobile frees pets, BMW protects mouths, and Sony gets us wet
BMW grill inspires rugby mouth guard
BMW has taken its trademark kidney grills, which make up the “face” of BMW cars, and created a new Motor Mouth mouth guard for rugby players. Chris Robshaw, an international player, who makes an average of 18 tackles per match, has been testing the product. It has been created using rubber from BMW door seals, and tire tread technology to ensure it doesn’t slip about inside the mouth.
Hilarious Un-commercial for T-Mobile Pets-Unleashed
T-Mobile CEO John Legere said in a tweet the company prides itself on freeing customers from the constraints of the industry, but one group has been ignored until now.
.@TMobile prides ourselves on freeing customers from the constraints of this industry, but one key group has been ignored for too long…
— John Legere (@JohnLegere) April 1, 2015
That group turned out to be our pets. The un-commercial for Pets-Unleashed is a must watch, and it introduces a new $5 per month plan that will include your dog, cat, or other pet in all the mobile fun. The video’s great, and even includes some trademark John Legere swearing.
PlayStation Flow makes underwater gaming truly immersive
Sony has brought us PlayStation Flow, a way to make those underwater scenes in games like The Last Of Us even more realistic. Using some cool shades and wearable muscle sensors, those sequences are now truly immersive, as they can be player underwater for real. What’s more, Sony has also made a platform that dries you off in seconds, so you can quickly get back to the PS4. We’d quite like that to be a real thing, actually.