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  • BMW HoloActive Touch: One Step Closer to ‘Minority Report’

    BMW HoloActive Touch: One Step Closer to ‘Minority Report’

    It’s hackneyed now to compare a new piece of technology to Minority Report, especially since that movie is now very close to being 15 years old. But there’s really nothing else you can say about BMW HoloActive Touch, that (if it works like it’s supposed to) will bring us a little bit closer to the […]

  • “The Beast” Hover-Air Bike Concept by Rico Kersten

    “The Beast” Hover-Air Bike Concept by Rico Kersten

    Tech company Allegorithmic hosted a design concept contest this year entitled “A Road Trip in 2116.” One of the best contestants (and one who’s getting a lot of attention online) is designer Rico Kersten, who whipped up a very cool hover-air bike concept called, with apologies to Count Vladislav, “The Beast.” “The Beast” is a […]

  • Arctic Cold Brew Coffee System From ICOSA Brewhouse

    Arctic Cold Brew Coffee System From ICOSA Brewhouse

    Cold brew coffee tends to be more expensive than the regular stuff, for its purportedly higher caffeine concentration, lower acidity, better taste, and other upgrades for true coffee connoisseurs. ICOSA Brewhouse has now introduced a way for you to create that better class of coffee in your own home: The Arctic Cold Brew Coffee System. […]

  • Infinite Galaxy Puzzle From Nervous System

    Infinite Galaxy Puzzle From Nervous System

    Usually around this time of year, I buy my mom a puzzle for the holidays. But I will probably skip Nervous System’s Infinite Galaxy Puzzle, since it’s designed to be a puzzle like no other—one with no definite shape or endpoint, just like the universe itself (maybe?). I’ll be honest, much like my mom I’m […]

  • Goofy Foot NES Controller for Left-Handed Players

    Goofy Foot NES Controller for Left-Handed Players

    Since the dawn of time, left-handed video game players have been what’s commonly referred to as SOL. In more enlightened times, a special controller for the left-handed would have been standard procedure, but it’s taken until relatively recently for it to be a consideration.  Now, a historical wrong has been righted with the Goofy Foot […]

  • KNASA: The Chef’s Knife Inspired by NASA

    KNASA: The Chef’s Knife Inspired by NASA

    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, I’m sad to say, isn’t what it used to be. Fifty years ago it held the eyes of the world as it raced against Russia to make it to the moon, not out of any practical necessity but in the name of scientific exploration. Those days are over, but […]

  • Fruitcake Frappuccino Released by Starbucks

    Fruitcake Frappuccino Released by Starbucks

    The holiday season is now upon us, and that means the accompanying onslaught of yuletide beverages and food products from our corporate masters. It’s still kind of hard to believe, though, that Starbucks would turn to the most infamously least-loved holiday dessert in existence for the inspiration of their latest concoction, but that’s exactly what […]

  • Roxxlyn: Tech Accessories Made Out of Ancient Stone

    Roxxlyn: Tech Accessories Made Out of Ancient Stone

    Plastic and metal are the dominant materials of everyday life in the 21st century, and if you’re lucky you might get to interact with some wood from time to time too, just to stay in touch with nature. Roxxlyn is a mobile tech accessory brand that takes a Flinstonian approach, crafting its products out of […]

  • RetroEngine Sigma: Play Games From Every Classic Console (Video)

    RetroEngine Sigma: Play Games From Every Classic Console (Video)

    News of the NES Classic Edition has been greeted mostly with excitement in casual gaming circles, for its wealth of pre-loaded NES classics and its simple plug-and-play design. But it’s also been criticized as not giving users a way to explore classic games on their own, limited as it is to just 30 titles from […]