Have you ever gazed at a gadget and wondered “who thought of that design?” Today we take you into the world of design and technology, and meet at the people behind the ideas.
The USA has shed manufacturing jobs right and left, but there are still some examples of consumer technology that is made – or partially made – in America. Read on to find out which companies made the grade.
Tired of Instagram? Check out these 16 cool smartphone camera apps, and compare the photos taken of the same subject.
Summer is officially here, and it’s time to start dreaming up some futuristic concept gadgets to help you enjoy the warm months.
Can’t wait the years it will take Google’s augmented reality Project Glass to hit the market? You can already play with some augmented reality apps and projects--these are here today.
In under 30 minutes, you can make tech accessories at home – with readily available stuff. 3 DIY Projects: speakers, cases, and earbud holders.
A noise-canceling karaoke mic? A house for cockroaches? Join us as we travel through the gadgets of Japan and Hanoi and find things that few Americans use.
At the beginning of a new year it’s good to take a look back on the technological advances that will propel the next generation of consumer technology. Read on to check out the best of 2011.
Sometimes, for the sake of fiction, technology gets used in improper ways. Hollywood, listen up. We’re going to call out the worst offenders.
Technology, like fashion, changes quickly. Fortunately, the two have started to merge together – fashion houses are ever-faster taking up the calls of better and cuter gadgets and accessories.
We’re in the thick of wedding time. 41% of couples marry in the summer, and 30% in the fall. 65% of people get engaged in the summer. Here are some tools to make things easier as a guest or bride/groom.
Did you just land your first real job out of college? Bravo! Now you need to impress your boss and actually keep the job. We’ll tell you how with a mix of apps, hacks and general good software.
We've used "the cloud" for documents and bills, but now services are available to store your music and let you listen wherever you may go. We wade through the best new ways to listen to your tunes.
Earth Day is about being a better protector of the environment. Green gadgets can be part of that plan – but some don’t quite make the grade. We round up some of the worst examples of "greenwashing" in the gadget world.
Before products hit the shelves, technologies they’re based on spend years in the labs. These discoveries and experiments are coming up in tech.
We took 5 smartphone cases and showed them a rough time: sand, water, dropping onto concrete, and crunching with an iron weight. Which one wins?
April Fools’ means mischief. But what if you’re stuck in front of a computer all day? There are plenty of tech-centric pranks to pull on your coworkers or friends.
From new balls to new ways of listening to sports, the design world is popping with ideas to update sports tech. We round up some of the best.
The Daily! The Daily! Read all about it! Is it worth the $40 per year? Where would you use this app? We get the scoop, without getting ink on your hands.
From mushrooms to butterfly wings, nature is full of inspiration for the design world, including the tech universe. Here's an adventure in biomimicry.
Magazines are evolving into more than just words and pictures, but what’s the best way to consume them? We test different devices against paper.
Resolving to get on the treadmill? That’s so last year. To harness the best 2011 ever, follow our not-what-you’d-expect resolutions.
A phone that can make calls for you and socks that will light the night – the future of technology design is bright! We round up 18 of the best tech-fashion designs shown-off this year.
Facebook is slowly rolling out its new mail feature to users. We take a closer look and tell you the good the bad and the nuh-uh of this new messaging system.