Still handcuffing a Samsonite to your wrist? This isn't the '80s and you're no Pablo Escobar, stop it. Prison bracelets are passe, so unless you want to get downright brutal with your assailant, the Super Safety Suitcase can provide the same security with just a little jolt.
It seems the newest iPad is running a bit hot—and now Consumer Reports says just how hot: a scorchin' 46 degrees (Celsius). That's too hot, right? Well, see for yourself.
Kickstarters are usually started to raise funds to make wacky concepts real, put cool ideas in our life and apparently, to buy Kickstarter itself. In this hilarious Kickstarter hosted on Kickstarter, Eric Moneypenny wants to raise funds to buy Kickstarters.
If you've got multiple cats at home, the Gatefeeder makes dinner time easier if one of your felines is on a special diet. Because only a cat wearing a unique RFID tag can squeeze through its door and dine.
You can now buy a £100 box that streams a large catalogue of available-to-anyone video that's nearly as high-fidelity as Blu-ray. The Apple TV is not the first blow to video on discs, but it definitely hit a vein.
This video goes against every moral impulse a person has but oh my god it's so good. A paraplegic woman wanted to go bungee jumping, so with the help of a group of people tossing her off the bridge and a bungee cord attached to her wheelchair, she went bungee jumping.
Though the new iPad doesn't have Siri, it does have Dictation, which lets you dictate what you want to say to the email, notes, messages, and other apps.
Seagate just shattered the record for storage density on hard drives by using a novel recording method to stuff 1TB into a square inch. That's nearly twice the old record. Hard drives are about to get huge.
You’ve just won the lottery and you’ve got a spare £600,000-odd burning a whole in your pocket; what do you spend it on when you’ve already got a Bugatti Veyron, a penthouse in Kensington, and a yacht bigger than my house? How about an absolutely massive TV? Panasonic’s commercial 4k2k, 152-inch monster plasma screen is now on sale to regular consumers in the UK, courtesy of the new technology section of Harrods.
New research has shown that Nokia’s Windows Phone strategy hasn’t totally backfired – it’s now selling more Lumias than Symbian-powered handsets. That’s great, but the real take away from this is that people are still buying Symbian handsets in the UK. You have to ask, why?