Aside from being an alarm clock, this quirky device can show you how much money, friends and time you have left. It will be updated to display other news and facts in the future. If you haven’t thrown it away by that time.
Google cuts out the middleman and the mid-range smartphone tier with the new Nexus 5. It has a 5″ 1080p screen, LTE, a quad-core 2.26GHz Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB RAM, 8mp camera and runs on the new Android 4.4 KitKat.
A budget tablet for casual users. The Lenovo Yoga Tablet has a cylindrical edge that serves as a kickstand and ergonomic grip. The Android 4.2 tablet also boasts an 18-hour battery life and can even charge other devices.
Now that we’ve been using iOS 7 for a while, we’re used to it. But its new icons have been criticized for being too primitive. Now we know why. Though if you can create Pac-Man in Excel, we guess anything’s possible. (Thanks Flex!)
The new Livescribe 3 smartpen pairs to your mobile device via Bluetooth. Together with the Livescribe app and notebook, it will digitize what you write in real time. The app converts your handwriting to text, calendar events and more.
The M3-8 is a professional-quality powered 3-way monitor with a size, price, design and sound that even audiophiles will love. Each has an 8″ subwoofer, a 1″ tweeter and a 5″ midrange driver and 220W total power.
The JBL Pulse is a portable Bluetooth and NFC speaker. It has 64 LEDs that light up in sync with the music in a variety of patterns. You can also download additional patterns from JBL. It has two 40mm drivers and two 6W amps.
When Dave Hakkens presented his idea for a modular smartphone, naysayers said it couldn’t be done. Well, it turns out Motorola – i.e. the Google-owned company that invented the cellphone – is working on a very similar device.
The Pixelstick has 198 RGB LEDs and a built-in computer, making it easy to “paint” images one line at a time under long exposure. Use it to make anything from abstract animation to detailed floating images.
The second coming of the netbook. Thanks to Intel’s new Bay Trail CPU, the Transformer Book T100 Windows 8.1 hybrid provides both the tablet and desktop experience (even light gaming!) at a shockingly affordable price.
Pop Chart Lab tracks the history of music players with The Advance of Audio Apparatuses. The 24″ x 36″ print contains 219 notable devices across 173 years, cataloging the transition from apparatus to app. Zoom in here.
While the video is a little technical, it’s still worth watching this series to check out the incredible VFX that Unreal Engine 4 is capable of, along with an appreciation for the effort that goes into creating game details we take for granted.
A portable USB charger shaped like two oxygen tanks. It has a 6,000 mAh battery, enough to charge an iPhone 5 four times, and LED gauge. SwitchEasy should’ve run with the theme and made it attachable to the back of phones.
The Philips Beard Trimmer 9000 is the first to be outfitted with a laser-guide for precision straight cuts. It also has a dual trimmer, 17 different length settings and two LED displays. You’ll be sporting that Tony Stark goatee in no time.
This concept for a robotic lawnmower would allow users to program in custom graphics on its touchscreen interface, then uses special cutters to create designs in your grass. Advertisers would go nuts for these at sporting venues.
Everyday objects can become a lot more interesting when observed at the microscopic level. Why not give this project by kmyoshino a try and turn your smartphone into a digital microscope with materials costing just $10.
The Lumia 2520 is a Windows 8.1 RT tablet. It has a 10.1″ 1080p display, a 2.2GHz quad-core CPU, 4G LTE, microSD, microHDMI and USB 3.0 ports, a 6.7mp camera and an 8,000mAh battery that charges to 80% in just one hour.
An affordable clock and thermometer that doubles as a two-way intercom. Its minimal design will blend in pretty much anywhere. Talk to all Clockee Talkees within 1km or use one of eight channels for one-on-one conversations.
The popular Windows anti-malware app heads to mobile devices. It scans for spyware and trojans in apps and email attachments, shows you what private data your apps can access and suggests settings to increase security.