Tech & Gear

  • Moschino Looney Tunes iPhone Cases

    Moschino Looney Tunes iPhone Cases

    I kind of thought that the trend of putting Looney Tunes cartoon characters in hip hop gear was over, but apparently I was wrong or it’s making a comeback in the form of a new line of Moschino Looney Tunes iPhone cases. The collection shows favorites like Porky and Sylvester in streetwear and intimidating poses that will […]

  • Batteriser: Boost Your Batteries by 800%

    Batteriser: Boost Your Batteries by 800%

    Those batteries that power your remote controls, electric shavers or toothbrushes, radios, and God knows what else have a reputation for drying up fairly quickly. But there’s a new piece of technology that can enhance regular batteries and turn them into freakish super-batteries, and it’s deceptively simple to use. It’s the Batteriser, a small metal sleeve […]

  • Norm Architects x Ex.t Minimalist Bathroom Fixtures (Photos)

    Norm Architects x Ex.t Minimalist Bathroom Fixtures (Photos)

    Ex.t is an Italian brand focused on unorthodox pieces for the home, and their latest line of bathroom fixtures strips away all the unnecessary tissue that make up comparable conventional pieces. They were commissioned by the brand and designed by Norm Architects, a design firm based in Copenhagen. Norm Architects’ approach to bathroom furniture can best be described […]

  • Touchjet Pond: “Turn Any Surface Into a Giant Interactive Touchscreen”

    Touchjet Pond: “Turn Any Surface Into a Giant Interactive Touchscreen”

    We’re officially one step closer to Minority Report digital manipulation technology with the launch of the new Touchjet Pond. Basically, it’s a portable projector that can fit in your pocket, but that’s powerful enough to project an interactive touchscreen onto almost any surface. More precisely, the Touchjet Pond has 4GB in flash storage plus 16GB more on a […]

  • Awair: Smart Air Quality Control for the Home (Video)

    Awair: Smart Air Quality Control for the Home (Video)

    Air quality is a big deal when it comes to your own health and happiness, but unless you have a respiratory condition of some kind you’re probably not too concerned about it, especially inside your house. But you might just benefit from something like Awair, a new air purification system that uses smart technology to […]

  • Sony LED Speaker Bulb Hits Japan

    Sony LED Speaker Bulb Hits Japan

    In case you weren’t already jealous of people who live in Japan, they now have access to light bulbs that are also speakers, thanks to Sony. It’s the Sony LED Speaker Bulb, which could also be described as a speaker that’s also a light bulb, if you prefer. The Sony LED Speaker Bulb isn’t the […]

  • Project Soli: Google Unveils Touchless Wearable Tech (Video)

    Project Soli: Google Unveils Touchless Wearable Tech (Video)

    Google has recently unveiled a new system for recognizing gestures that doesn’t require physical contact – technology that would have far-reaching implications specifically in the field of wearable tech. It’s Project Soli, a new project from Google ATAP that can recognize a wide array of user gestures through radar – and even George Bluth could use it, […]

  • Macintosh Phone Concept by Pierre Cerveau (Photos)

    Macintosh Phone Concept by Pierre Cerveau (Photos)

    Here’s a fascinating idea – what if Apple had developed a mobile phone back in the 1980s, when they first began to revolutionize home computing? That was the question posed by Bangkok artist Pierre Cerveau, who came up with a very cool Macintosh Phone concept piece as an answer. With a design that’s intentionally redolent of the classic Apple […]

  • ‘Querkles': Paint-by-Numbers Puzzle Books by Artist Thomas Pavitte (Video)

    ‘Querkles': Paint-by-Numbers Puzzle Books by Artist Thomas Pavitte (Video)

    I have no idea if paint-by-numbers books are still popular or even available in 2015, but Australian artist Thomas Pavitte has rejuvenated the form by adding a liberal dose of mystery to the equation. It’s called Querkles, and the big gimmick behind it is that you don’t know what you’re painting until it’s close to finished. […]