Running for extended periods of time is difficult if you don't have water, but water is difficult to carry, never mind your phone and keys. The Runner combines all your essentials in one package that straps firmly onto your hand for easy carrying. But it's not so good for running.
Thanks to a collaboration with PromoJam and Rock the Vote, Virgin America passengers will be able to register to vote while flying. In theory, you just point your smartphone at the touchscreen and fill out a form. If that sounds too good to be true, well, it sort of is.
Recent events have got me quaking in my boots over losing all my data. If multibillion dollar corporations can't even keep our data safe, how can we hope to stand a chance against crippling hacks? Well you could start by locally backing up all your files onto this Seagate 1TB FreeAgent GoFlex external hard drive. It's…
On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first man on the moon. This unassuming, metal box was actually the Westinghouse Apollo Lunar Television Camera that broadcasted his momentous first steps to millions of viewers across the world.
Columbia's Freeze Degree Short Sleeve Crew contains a fabric filled with polymers called Omni-Freeze. They act like goosebumps—to cool the skin, the tiny rings swell up when they get wet. Innuendo aside, this kind of works.
You can't go out on a run without your keys—or your phone, money, water, and energy gels—but carrying that stuff is annoying. The challenge gets a bit easier with the handy pocketed strap on the Runner by Clean Bottle, which attaches to a water bottle for easy access and portability.
You've heard of electronics harvesting electricity from heat, light, and vibration sources individually, but this new chip from MIT is the first that can do all three at the same time. Listen carefully and you'll hear the Energizer bunny quaking in its boots.
The Ouya is a concept for a completely open sourced and hackable Android game console designed by Yves Behar (the guy who designed the Jambox and OLPC). When it arrives (if ever), $100 will buy you the box, a developer's kit, and all the free games you can play.
All signs point towards graphene being the supermaterial that pushes humanity into the future we've been dreaming of. From impossibly fast transistors to curing foot odor, there's seemingly no limit to Graphene's potential.
Converting saltwater to potable water in the most efficient manner possible is just its latest…
Who decided babies should have all the fun when it comes to onesies? Certainly not Smart Products. Its one-piece Bikesuit offers head to toe rain protection in the form of waterproof, breathable polyester. Come at me, Poseidon!
See those glasses in Buzz Aldrin's left hand? They're not Ray Bans, they're American Optical Pilots made right here in the USA. These—not some Italian-crafted designer shades—are the glasses that went with Neil and Buzz to the lunar surface on Apollo 11.
Destructive dragons and damsels requiring rescue are a rare sight in modern society, but it's always good to be prepared. This vintage chain mail butcher's apron may not have been forged in the fires of Mordor but it'll do in a pinch.
Chrome's new Lieutenant rolltop messenger bag combines the versatility and easy access of a messenger bag with the watertight seal of a rolltop backpack to make one tough bag. Doesn't hurt that it's got looks, to boot.
Having a manservant keep track of your wallet, keys, and phone is about as pampered as it gets. The Butler organizer doesn't have a British accent, nor does it wear a three-piece suit, but it's got more style than Jeeves ever did.