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    FormNation E-Ink phone stays powered on for a month on a single charge

    We all hate watching energy trickle out of our mobile phones. For the most of us, plugging a phone into a charging outlet is the worst part of the day. To make things easier, NY design consultancy FormNation has taken … Continue reading


  • Samsung plans to reveal its Gear VR headset alongside the Note 4

    VR is the new smart-watch, and given the fact that everyone’s raving about VR technology, South Korean electronics giant Samsung has decided to jump aboard the bandwagon too. Reports state that the company plans to unleash the Gear VR with … Continue reading


    Sugru turns LEGO bricks and figurines into cable-holders

    LEGO bricks are more than just a bane for the barefooted. These bricks can double up as a lot more than play-things and the brainiacs at Sugru have just proven so. These folks have managed to turn LEGO bricks into … Continue reading


    oPhone device will now enable iPhone users to send scented messages

    There have been times when we’ve wanted nothing more than to master the ability to send across a scented SMS. Well, not really. That doesn’t stop us from gushing on about this fantastic new concept we’ve spotted recently, which could … Continue reading


    Air Trekkers, stilts that let you jump 10 feet in the air

    We’ve always been fascinated with stilts. Not because of the fact that they’re particularly dangerous and could result in serious injuries, but simply because they give you a bird’s eye view most of us would kill for. That’s probably why … Continue reading


    Tody the crawling robot helps keep your walls clean

    Things that crawl around are generally never helpful, particularly if they manage to crawl up your walls too. Stuff like this is best placed in a horror movie, right? Here’s a wall-crawler you’ll fall in love with though, simply because … Continue reading


    Listen to sounds from afar with the Binaudios

    Have you ever looked at a rock concert from a distance far away, dearly wishing you were present at the spot, swaying to the music? We know we have, just a few weeks ago when we weren’t allowed to gatecrash … Continue reading


    The PaperFold will make you ditch your smartphone, tablet and laptop for good!

    For now, the phablet craze has pretty much wrapped its oversized arms around a substantial part of the technology world. While the small-is-big ideology isn’t really given a second thought today, we could soon be welcoming home a new type … Continue reading


    Cuckoo Clocks Mixing The Traditional and the Modern

    Filling shop floors until they are snapped up by anyone tasteful enough to place these products in their home, the remarkably stylish cuckoo clocks offer magnificence for plenty of reasons. These timeless pieces are originally from Germany and have been … Continue reading


    DOCK IT station is a modular relaxation system

    With the increasing need for continuous connectivity, public dock stations are extremely sought after places these days and DOCK IT station fulfils the norms. This modular relaxation system designed for stopover at public places is inspired by swarms of large … Continue reading


    Ludovica, a perfect lamp for people who love to read

    Ludovica, is a seamless compact lamp for people who love to read . Designed by Zanocchi & Starke, a young design studio based in Turin (Italy), it is a perfect light for those who also love to maintain their books … Continue reading


    Luna Wash cleans your dirty clothes right in the Hamper

    Luna wash, a new concept in washing machines designed for this year’s Electrolux Design Challenge is an in hamper washing machine. Juan Camilo Restrepo Villamizar developed the Luna, which is an electrostatic spherical washing machine where the metallic sphere loads … Continue reading


    Scientists create the PaperFold, the world’s first foldable smartphone

    For now, the phablet craze has pretty much wrapped its oversized arms around a substantial part of the technology world. While the small-is-big ideology isn’t really given a second thought today, we could soon be welcoming home a new type … Continue reading


    3D printed casts enable ultrasound technology to be used to heal bones

    It’s common knowledge in the medical world that ultrasound technology can help in the healing of broken bones. The only reason this isn’t used on a large scale today to heal fractures is because of the limitations of conventional plaster-casts. … Continue reading


    Developer Kieran Lord creates a virtual hoverboard with the Oculus Rift and the Wii Balance Board

    Let’s be honest. If you’ve watched Back to the Future II, you’ve probably have wished with all your heart to ride around town on Marty McFly’s hoverboard. While that might not be completely real for now, developer Kieran Lord did … Continue reading


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