Like the idea of technology that wraps around a body part, displays the time and connects to your smartphone? No, we aren't talking about a smartwatch, but the "Smarty Ring" which may offer an even more subtle way to stay connected.
One app dominating the top of the charts right now has devised a clever way to deliver important information you care about.
The crowdfunding masses have spoken and soon the world will officially be home to Circuit Scribe, the pen that draws in circuits. Looking just like your average ballpoint pen, Circuit Scribe doesn't immediately scream "million dollar idea." But with
There's this story* about Steve Jobs, when he came back to Apple. The company was on the verge of failure - too many products, not enough customers, no focus. No one expected the company to survive. Apple was two months from bankruptcy when he return
Growing one’s own food can seem like a challenging endeavor, but the Urban Farm Guides provide an easy-to-read source for quickly learning the ease and joy of growing food at your own home. Currently, the app has four how-to guides...
Parrot's AR Drone quadcopter has been strutting its smartphone-controlled stuff for a few years now, but fixed wing remote controlled aircraft have been a little thinner on the ground –
A new study raises concerns of a possible association between cell phone radiation exposure and breast cancer in young women.
If you've ever tried recommending a new band to a music nerd, then you know the feeling of true shame.
Hello James, While researching availability of a First Person Video controlled RC plane I have come across two viable contenders.
If you despair at the thought of Chinese factory workers being exploited by cellphone manufacturers, then you might want to consider building this cellphone from a kit designed by David Mellis.
I can't remember the last time I gave my electronics a brusin'. Today's kids probably don't know anything about smacking their electronics around. Back in the day, when electronics malfunctioned, the quickest fix usually involved smacking it around.
Sharing your call data with researchers could help show what the NSA can deduce from the data it harvests.
One engineer tried 31 types of distortions.
A new medical headset can do what kids all over the globe have been pretending their cardboard X-ray specs can for generations:
Collaboration between two tech pioneers to help make Project Ara a reality.
Google’s Chromecast dongle just got another streaming service. Hold on to your dragons: HBO GO support is available starting today.
Carpets are great until you have to whip out the old vacuum and clean up all the dirt and stuff that gets stuck in there.
Ask any PC gamer and they'll tell you the same thing: the future of gaming is ripe for Valve to disrupt.
Regardless of your own political persuasion, apparently your iPhone is a libertarian.
Our homes are full of gadgets that do some very cool things.
The Virtuix Omni is a virtual reality gaming platform that lets you walk, run, and move around like you're actually in the game.
Polymer glue helps fracture-prone high-capacity batteries last through more charges.
When your last smartphone started to get a little long in the tooth, you probably just bought a new one.
System can be hacked and exploited by pervs
Samsung is reported to be prepping a handset which would be the first of its kind in the industry – one with a “wraparound” display featuring three separate screens.
Thanks to concepts such as Phonebloks and Motorola's Project Ara, the idea of modular smartphones is starting to become more than a work of fiction.
Touch is one of our most primal senses, a way to tangibly interact and receive data about our surroundings.
Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak makes him invisible to enemies and evil teachers thanks to magic. Making one like Harry’s with the power of science isn't remotely close to happening, but one scientist thinks she’s found the secret to the perfect in
Plus, the Sleek does it all through voice control.