“Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.” More.
5. Atlas – less than $100 million - Atlas Advertiser Suite gets to kick off our list as one of Facebook’s biggest acquisitions at the time. However, the company kicked it up a notch in 2014, making the Atlas deal pale in comparison to the rest of the list. More.
10. Wii Play (2006) – 28.02 million copies sold - Wii Play serves as an introduction to the legendary Wii console, marking the beginning of Nintendo’s massive return on the global market. As you can notice, quite a few spots on our list are reserved for Wii games. More.
The first iWatch concept on our list is the work of Italian 3D artist Federico Ciccarese. It features a massive screen, and looks almost as if you were wearing a full-sized iPhone on your wrist. It does look cool, but chances are Apple won’t go in this direction with their first iWatch.
Maserati Alfieri – This model is named after one of five brothers who founded the company in 1914. This amazing four-seat coupe represents a part of the company’s 100th birthday celebration. It combines a futuristic look with design cues taken from the ’50s . It was designed by Marco Tenecone, along with Pininfarina’s Lorenzo Ramaciotti. More.
5. Sony Xperia Z2 – As Sony’s flagship smartphone for 2014, Xperia Z2 is scheduled for tentative early June release and has already garnered quite a following among the tech crowd. Codenamed Sirius, the device is expected to pack a mean set of features, including 4K video capture support and full HD 5.2-inch display. More.