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  • "Maverick Moments" follows unorthodox surfers

    Maverick Moments: these are unorthodox men and women | Photo: Maverick Moments

    The dictionary tells us that a maverick is "an unorthodox or independent-minded person." The new series "Maverick Moments" follows big wave surfers as they risk their lives in search of fame and recognition.

    If you're a big wave surfing fan, you'll love it. "Maverick Moments" rides the highest surf line to unveil how big wave chargers balance their personal lives with their passion for riding the biggest waves on the planet.

    "Every episode highlights an amazing big wave location, its surfing history, and unique culture. Athletes include Nic Lamb, Andres Flores, Anthony Tashnick, Ken Collins, Shane Dorian, Greg Long, Garrett McNamara and more," explains Rocky Romano, the director behind "Maverick Moments".

  • Huntington Beach shapes 42-foot surfboard for the Guinness World Records

    Epic Big Board Ride: a 42-footer for the Guinness | Photo: Peter Townend Activempire

    The city of Huntington Beach will try to break the Guinness World Records for "Most People Riding a Surfboard at Once" on the "World's Largest Surfboard," on the 20th June, 2015.

    Surfboard designer Nev Hyman has teamed up with Westerly Marine and local shapers to build a 42-foot long, 11 feet wide, and 16 inches thick surfboard. Or should we call it a longboard?

    Only participants who stay standing on the surfboard throughout the required 10 seconds will be counted towards the final record. Huntington Beach expects to have 60 surfers on the surfboard.

  • Comet is the world's first smartphone with fins

    The Comet: a smartphone with fins?

    Meet the world's first buoyant smartphone. Yes, it floats in the water. And yes, it has a fin system.

    Palo Alto start-up Comet Core promises to launch a revolutionary smartphone that is built with fins that deploy as soon as it is completely submerged in water.

    "We developed Comet to be a phone that people could truly take anywhere. We also wanted Comet to really reflect its users' personalities, so we made it as customizable as possible. Comet is functionable, but it's also a fun phone to use," explains Raj Urs, CEO at CometCore.

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