Inventables is an amazing shop for anyone who likes to create. They stock all the materials and equipment needed for digital manufacturing: 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC mills, and supplies to make just about anything you can dream of.
Logitech’s PowerShell controller has a d-pad, four face buttons and two shoulder buttons. It can also charge your device with its 1500mAh battery. It works with the iPhone 5/5S and 5th gen. iPod Touch. List of compatible games here.
Take a tour of Middle-earth and learn more about The Hobbit movie trilogy in this new Google Chrome experiment. You can view it from any Chrome browser, but it works best on desktop computers and high-end Android devices.
FiftyThree made a stylus for its iPad sketching app Paper. Pencil has an easy pairing feature and an eraser tip. It also has palm rejection and allows you to use your fingers to smudge and blend the app’s ink and paint.
Coin stores the info of all that plastic bulging your wallet in one card. Simply add cards with the Coin app and card reader, then swipe like you would with a regular payment card and take comfort in knowing that Coin will warn you if it’s left behind.
Gadget reviewer Marques Brownlee got his hands on the LG G Flex smartphone and tested if LG’s viral ad about its self-healing case and flexibility checks out. It works pretty well, but you still wouldn’t want to treat it roughly.
Nokia enters the growing phablet market with the Lumia 1520, a Windows Phone with a 6″ 1080p display. It also has a 2.2Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB RAM, microSD slot, NFC, LTE and a 20mp rear camera.
Performance artist Reggie Watts demos this nifty kit of electronic sound modules from littleBits and Korg, which lets you assemble your own analog synthesizers. The modules can be connected to other littleBits modules too.
The Quirky Nimbus Dashboard is a customizable dashboard that gives you a variety of information at a glance, including time, traffic, emails, social network activity and more. It’s like the old Ambient Dashboard done right.
These impressive demonstrations of the self-healing coating and durability of LG’s G Flex smartphone with a curved display will probably make you as sad as we were to find out it’s only being released in South Korea for now.
The TMA-1 X is the entry level variant of AiAiAi’s critically-acclaimed DJ headphones. It’s lighter and smaller and is also tuned to provide a more well-rounded sound compared to the subdued highs and mids of its big brothers.
If the Moto X is a top-tier phone with a mid-range price, the Moto G is a mid-range phone with an entry-level price. It has a 4.5″ 720p screen, a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU and 5mp rear camera. It will go for just $179-$199 unlocked.
The Flux+Flap is a case, cover and stand combo for the iPad 2 and later. It has a magnetic track that lets you get the viewing angle you want. It also lets you stick the iPad to magnetic surfaces. The cover can also be easily removed.
The folks behind the shape-replicating surface show off the full appearance of the device. The video also provides more possible applications of inFORM (beyond looking awesome). Find out more from MIT’s Tangible Media Group.
An iPad case that also has room for other personal items – headphones, charger, iPad stand etc. Like the other BookBook cases, the Travel Journal has a durable exterior that looks like a leather bound book cover.
TechRadar explores two handfuls of modern technologies which are both awesome – and potentially deadly. While some of the inventions give us pause, we’re not too worried about being devoured by a swarm of nanobots.
A karaoke machine that can make even people who can’t sing sound good, thanks to its various vocal effects. It can be used with any music player with a 3.5mm input, and its speaker can be used with other sound systems.
One of the more clever iPad stand designs we’ve seen, The Coburns are made from two precision-cut wood blocks which allow you to set your tablet to numerous angles, then snap together with embedded magnets for easy carrying.
Remember Corning and Microsoft’s visions of the future? Well, they’re coming true. A company called Posh View is working on the iMirror, which is basically a large touchscreen device and mirror. Another demo here.
Microsoft finally reveals why the Kinect has to be bundled with the Xbox One. This demo shows off the next-gen duo’s impressive multitasking and accurate voice command feature, capable of mapping your voice to your own Xbox profile.