Tech & Gear

  • Montblanc Patron of Art Edition Peggy Guggenheim Pen

    Montblanc Patron of Art Edition Peggy Guggenheim Pen

    Upscale pen brand Montblanc has an edition of writing implements known as the “Patron of Art” collection, and each pen that makes up part of the collection is named for a famous patron of the arts – like, for instance, the Montblanc Patron of Art Edition Peggy Guggenheim pen. As an art exhibitor in the early […]

  • SeeNote ePaper Sticky Note

    SeeNote ePaper Sticky Note

    Good ol’ sticky notes.  Weren’t they great? You might even still be using them from time to time if you haven’t already completely reintegrated your life into the new digital era. But with SeeNote, you can have the elegant simplicity of the sticky note with the functionality and smart technology of ePaper. The SeeNote “ePaper Sticky […]

  • Hover Camera: “Capture New Perspectives” (Video)

    Hover Camera: “Capture New Perspectives” (Video)

    I don’t know if there are any X-O Manowar fans out there reading this, but if there are you might remember Mr. Manowar’s shoulder-mounted camera, which he could detach and send off to fly around on its own, feeding images back to his helmet. Now, something resembling this technology is becoming available, presumably without the […]

  • Altimeter Table Clock From Cool Material

    Altimeter Table Clock From Cool Material

    If you’re looking to add a dose of World War II era aviation to your everyday routine (and really, why wouldn’t you?), the Cool Material Shop has an item just for you. It’s the Altimeter Table Clock, but unlike the authentic altimeters they’re crafted from, these pieces tell time, not altitude. The Altimeter Table Clock comes […]

  • ‘Postcards From Google Earth’ by Clement Valla (Pics)

    ‘Postcards From Google Earth’ by Clement Valla (Pics)

    There are times when the world captured by Google Earth looks more like a surreal landscape than the planet as we know it. These are the times captured and celebrated by artist Clement Valla for a project called Postcards From Google Earth. Postcards From Google Earth is an exhibit intended to be seen in art […]

  • Dyson Supersonic Hairdryer

    Dyson Supersonic Hairdryer

    Dyson has been getting some bad press lately thanks to the revelation that their line of high-tech hand driers in bathrooms are like bacterial dirty bombs, spraying all kinds of nasty microbes and germs all over the place whenever they’re used. Luckily they still have a few products that aren’t being used as unintentional biological […]

  • DeWalt Phone: Tool Brand Unveils Rugged, Durable Smartphone

    DeWalt Phone: Tool Brand Unveils Rugged, Durable Smartphone

    The DeWalt brand is known for its tools that are built to hold up under virtually any impact imaginable, with minimal wear and tear. If you’ve ever had to replace a smartphone due to its breaking down under pressure (and who hasn’t?), you can see the appeal of such a brand breaking into the smartphone […]

  • Talkshow: Turn Your Own Communications Into Entertainment

    Talkshow: Turn Your Own Communications Into Entertainment

    Anyone who maintains a social media presence has been in this situation: You’re communicating with someone privately via text, Google Chat, Facebook Messenger, or the like, and you waste a killer one-liner on one person when it deserves to be appreciated by the entire planet. Talkshow is a new app that lets you publicly share […]

  • Sony Glass Sound Speaker is Built Into an LED Lantern

    Sony Glass Sound Speaker is Built Into an LED Lantern

    The people at Sony’s Life Space UX product development arm (which came out with that cool light bulb/speaker a while ago) have now unveiled another combination of audio and light with the Sony Glass Sound Speaker, a completely wireless Bluetooth speaker that’s built into a soft-glowing LED lantern. The Sony Glass Sound Speaker was first […]