Phones and Mobile Devices

The Fusion Guitar Brings Smart Tech Into The World Of Music

With the Fusion Guitar you don't have to be that guy that brings an acoustic guitar to the party. Instead, bring the full force of Trogdor and guitar riffs and start the party yourself. The Fusion Guitar, currently being funded on Indiegogo, brings smart tech into the world of music.

ChefCharger Brings Stylish Charging Hubs To Restaurants

It’s safe to say that many of us are attached to our phones. We use them to keep in touch with people constantly, check basketball scores, and share videos and photos with one another. But with this increase in use comes one glaring problem, we feel completely lost when our phone is dying and we have to make crucial decisions such as, “Do I use the last 5% of my battery to Instagram this awesome meal?” Well, ChefCharger wants to alleviate that stress for you.

Free Apps Like 'ReThink' Help Stop Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying has become a huge problem. Now there's a free app called ReThink developed by a teenager for mobile devices that's aimed at combating cyberbullying, and anyone can use it.

Hark All Ants: Solar-Powered Backpack Converts Into Picnic Table

Meet the Technopicnic solar-powered backpack made in Spain that converts almost any urban space except  for maybe a highway into a picnic table. Read on for more on this clever and innovative wearable tech design.

Shockproof And Waterproof, The Photive HYDRA Is One Rugged Speaker

If you're an outdoors person, who loves their technology, then you'll dig the Photive HYDRA Speaker. Listen to your music while hiking, camping or rafting and don't worry about the shockproof and waterproof speakers. They'll hold up under extreme conditions.

The Forcite Alpine Ski Helmet: First Ski Helmet With Fully Integrated Smart Technology

When you hit the slopes, a helmet is always a good accessory to have for safety reasons alone. If you have the Forcite Alpine Ski Helmet, safety isn't the only feature you'll enjoy. This helmet is the first snow sports helmet with fully integrated smart technology.

Motorola Hint Is A Tiny Discreet Bluetooth Headset Worth Checking Out

Ok, let's just get this out of the way, traditional Bluetooth headset are ugly and, like, so 2005. Disregard the fact that they are extremely helpful and convenient, you couldn't wear one without looking like a wanna-be secret agent.  Thankfully, companies have realized this and are coming out with better designs. Motorola is one of those companies and has recently released a stylish and very discreet BT headset called, appropriately, the Hint.

Transform Your Smartphone Into a 3D Hologram Projector

It's 2015, and honestly, I expected things to be more futuristic. You've let me down, earth. Flying cars, sentient robots, you know, those kind of things. Well, sadly, we're just not there yet, but thanks to this incredibly easy phone hack you can have one futuristic thing today, 3d holograms projecting from your phone.

Garmin HUD+ Adds GPS Info & Social Media To “Any Vehicle” Head-Up Display

Garmin, "the leading worldwide provider of mobile navigation solutions for automobiles, motorcycles and trucks", has followed up their original real-time GPS mapping HUD (head-up display) with an improved version, HUD+, that takes into account advances in information technology.

CharityWait: Donate To A Cause To Skip Restaurant Wait Times

If you're the type that likes to spend your Friday and Saturday nights at the latest restaurant openings, sampling creative culinary delights from the world's top chefs, then you know your love of food warrants a lot of patience. Reservations during prime hours, especially at the city's hottest spots, are as hard to come by as a winning lottery ticket. Foodies know it's just one of those grin and bare it circumstances to which there are no alternatives - at least not before now.

Will The NOOK Become The Best Audio Book App For Android?

Barnes and Noble has recently decided to re-enter the audio books on e-Readers space with their new Nook App. Can Barnes and Noble beat the other audio book services to become the best and most popular app for audio readers?

Breaking: Scientists Develop The First Color-Tunable LED

A Holy Grail in the production of next-generation displays is the need for LEDs that can be induced to change their color in response to shifting electrical inputs. Despite the obvious utility of such a device, researchers have been widely stumped by this problem. Read on to find out how scientists used everyone’s favorite wonder material, graphene, to finally solve it. A revolution in display technology is imminent!

Hyperkin Smart Boy Morphs Your Smartphone Into A Game Boy

Time to dust off those old GB cartridges. Hyperkin's Smart Boy smartphone cradle intends to make your iPhone or Android phablet into Nintendo's circa-1989 handheld console, going so far as to include a working cartridge slot.

Ollie Is An App-Enabled Robot, Not Your Father’s Remote Control Car

A few years ago founders Ian Bernstein and Adam Wilson’s Colorado based company, Sphero, introduced us to the Bluetooth controlled robotic ball by the same name. They now want us to meet their newest creation. Ollie is a souped-up, customizable app-enabled robot. This machine is not your father’s remote control car.

Where Art Meets Science: Kirigami For Stretchable Electronics

Kirigami is a variation of the more well-known origami, in which paper is both folded and cut. In the right hands, it allows for the creation of remarkably intricate works of art. Now, however, scientists are putting the technique to use for more than just aesthetics. They’ve discovered that cutting electronic materials in a similar fashion allows them to stretch up to 370% without loss of electrical performance. This may be just the breakthrough needed to develop practical and functional wearable electronics.