A Japanese company has come up with an innovative attachment that connects your smartphone's text messages and emails to a bank of smells.
People still use pens on occasion, and learning to write correctly and legibly still matters. The Lernstift is a motorized pen that vibrates when you mess up on paper.
When it comes to designing the ultimate device accessory, the Apple iPhone case is possible the most coveted sweet spot in the industry. Well, after hundreds of wacky and often practical ideas, we think we've seen what could be the most unique of them all: An e-ink screen case.
The promise of Google Glass is essentially the ability to compute from a pair of glasses using a side-mounted interface. But another group of researchers have developed an even more innovative pair of specs that will allow you to turn digital pages with your eyes.
With touchscreen and text-to-speech rapidly taking over where handwriting left off, pens and pencils are slowly dying off as a means to log long notes. But for now, for short meeting notes and vital messages, writing remains our go-to method. Therefore, it only makes sense that, along with our smartphones, we now have a smartpen.
We all know the fictional story of Batman, a man who suffered a family assault and responded by going vigilante and creating crime fighting gadgets to protect the city. But how would you feel if such a story were real? That's the question the iPhone stun gun case presents.
The days of using an iPhone to shoot a short film have evolved from mere gimmick to serious business as the device's image capturing ability has improved. A new accessory looks to facilitate this trend by equipping the iPhone with a bit of DSLR power.
The iPhone's camera has improved to such a degree that it's putting many point-and-shoot cameras out of business. So it's only natural that it should tackle the elite market: DSLRs. The iPhone Shutter Grip looks to put your smartphone on equal footing with the big boys.
Believe it or not, Japan's criminal underworld of the Yakuza made headlines recently in Fukuoka for a string of gangland style shootings. Now the tech-centric country has a literally bulletproof solution for its more iPhone-obsessed thugs.
For anyone still doubting the effectiveness of Kickstarter, this latest invention will likely put any questions to rest. The crowd-funding site has just seen the debut of what may be one iPhone case to rule them all.