The iPhone 5S continues to be leaked, despite rumours it will not come until Q3 or holiday season this year.
There are plenty of pocket-sized breathalyzers on the market, but those can be awkward to keep on you at all times. If you want a gadget with some style that can also tell how blotto you are while out on the town, Tokyoflash has you covered.
Ernest interviews attendees and vendors at Porcfest X at Roger's Campground in Lancaster, NH - Topics today will range from actionable activism to internet communication and technology
The unexpected behaviour of crowds at one of Europe’s largest music festivals should help organisers plan future events, say researchers
AT&T is testing solar-powered mobile charging stations around parks in New York. CNET's Bridget Carey explains how the pilot program works.
World's smallest combination battery and wall charger with enough juice for up to two full iPhone or Android charges
A France-based startup called SunPartner Group is reportedly working on a technology that will allow the displays of mobile devices to draw power from solar energy or artificial light sources to boost the devices’ battery power
The notion of wearing a cloud computer like Google Glass on your face has been met with varying degrees of enthusiasm and ridicule, but no one has denied the device's facility for capturing important moments in life from a first-person perspective.
Text size, especially in emagazines, is one of the biggest complaints about Apple's baby tablet. Here's what to do about it.
It’s that time again. Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference is set to kick off with a keynote at 10 a.m. PST this morning. We’ll be there to share the exciting news and updates as it unfolds live.
The Whistle Dog Collar is a smart collar that tracks your pet dog's activity (or lack thereof) throughout the day.
Soft contact lenses could display information to the wearer and provide continuous medical monitoring.
Scanadu is making fast progress in building one of the most mythical pieces of tech known to geekery.
Let’s face it, being safe doesn’t look very sexy.
You may have had remote controlled airplanes growing up, but they probably weren't as cool as the quadcopter.
Paige Peterson (Open Garden) on Crowdsourcing Connectivity - Larken Rose (Author; Speaker) on libertarian philosophy, the individual vs collective - Warren Woodward on the danger of smart meters and how they violate health, privacy, property, safety,
Friendly Gizmag readers, if Part One of our Realtouch review left you feeling a little squeamish, it's probably best to click your way right back out of this page, because Part Two takes us into even murkier waters.
Bracelet tells docs when they’ve sufficiently washed their hands
ASUS has done small, and now the company has unveiled something in the complete opposite direction.
An electronic WristBand will track people around Disney World; contactless wallets like Google’s allow similar data collection in the real world.
A California company has answered a question few people have probably thought to ask: What would happen if you combined the wearability of Google Glass with the gesture-based control of Microsoft Kinect?
Porn could come to Google Glass as early as this week, with the first X- rated app set to be launched for those who have the £1,000 gadget.
Remember the video-recording glasses Tom Cruise used in MISSION IMPOSSIBLE? It is now VERY possible,...even for you. Scared yet?
1080p is old news. Ultrabook resolution is about to get crazy, and the first ultra-resolution-ultrabook to hit the market is this pint-sized powerhouse from Toshiba, which packs 2560 x 1440 pixels into a 13.3-inch screen, a first for a machine of....
Satellite telephones were the stuff of off-gridders’ fantasies – until now.
"Okay, Glass. Who's that?"
For when you just HAVE to beat everyone at Call of Duty.
It's not a demo, more of a philosophical argument: Why did Sergey Brin and his team at Google want to build an eye-mounted camera/computer, codenamed Glass? Onstage at TED2013, Brin calls for a new way of seeing our relationship with our mobile compu
It's not a demo, more of a philosophical argument: