This is only phase one of NatureTM's project, a chronodot (for time accuracy) and a case will eventually be added. Details on the build are pretty basic at the moment, but a schematic can be requested and code should be posted...eventually. [Hacked Gadgets]
Last week Japanese toymaker Takara Tomy claimed that they had a soda-powered RC car in the works, and they have delivered on that promise with the "Ene Pocket."
Dianne Annunziato is accusing a Dell technician of becoming a virtual peeping Tom during a support call by remotely turning on her webcam.
There isn't a nationwide ban on texting for regular drivers (yet), but starting today bus drivers and commercial truckers will have to put down the cellphone and concentrate on the road.
Who cares about FM radio right? But what if the FM radio came in a wooden box that's really, really tiny? The Motz is all that and an MP3 speaker as well.
It's a pun that works on every level. Plus, it will be compatible with kinds of eReaders—not just the Kindle thanks to a WideLip grip. Also features double pivoting arms and 2 LED light source.
AMD has released several new processors in the Athlon and Phenom II lineups and aimed them squarely at budget-minded consumers. The chips have already been benchmarked on several sites, and, overall, they appear to offer good performance for the price.
You know what, this analog version of facebook looks a lot cleaner and more user friendly than the real deal. Besides, there is still something to be said for putting pen to paper.
Designed by a physician and inspired by the US and Canadian militaries, the ColdAvenger not only protects the skin from the elements, it also protects your respiratory system with a removable ventilator.
By getting drunk. Spike Jonze latest project I'm Here, a 30-minute tale about the ups and downs of robot love, is set to premier at the Sundance Film Festival. It's also being used in an ad campaign for Absolute Vodka.
Often when I reach for the keys in my pocket, I wonder why the hell we still use them. This dude is ahead of the curve though—he can open his doors by simply tapping his TI eZ430-Chronos watch.
Do you remember that TV show Out Of This World with that girl who could stop time (+100 obscurity bonus)? Probably not, but I always wished I could do that. It's also the inspiration behind this concept watch.
As designer Ramon Coronado demonstrates, if you cut em up and rearrange the parts, you can actually make some really cool furniture.
Clearly, 2010 is poised to be the "year of 3D." This includes movies, TV and maybe even "affordable" printers for small businesses. HP and Stratasys have teamed up to deliver a 3D printer that should cost less than $15,000.