At long last, William Shatner has an iPhone app. Whether you remember him from Star Trek or the wake-up call he gave the Space Shuttle Discovery crew on March 7, 2011 (the final day it was docked to the ISS), I think we can all agree that this $2.99 app is overdue.
How many times have you rushed to grab a picture of something amazing happening right before your eyes, only to get a result that's too blurry or out of focus to use? Well before you click that delete button in disappointment, you may want to check out this impressive app that takes steps to de-blur your snaps.
Legions of travelers everywhere are sure to rejoice over a new prototype suitcase that follows users during their journey. This suitcase contains receivers that communicate with your smartphone to keep your luggage rolling along with you — hands free. It's called the Hop.
Many of us have an ICE (In Case of Emergency) contact programmed into our phones. It's a great concept that's being taken further by a tiny sensor added to a cyclist's helmet to determine if they've taken a spill — and, if so, it uses Bluetooth to trigger the accompanying app to call their contact.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at a video game reporter who wound up finding he prefers standing when playing videogames, a round-up of some of the best healthy apps for kids and whether or not a videogame can help teenagers fight depression.
Ford and daily deal startup Roximity have just launched their latest deal-finding app that integrates into Ford's Microsoft-developed connected car platform, Sync. Depending on who you are, you'll see this as sheer genius or sheer distraction.
Everybody's favorite digital games storefront Steam is going to become an entirely different beast next month. Moving beyond only selling PC games, Steam will soon have a suite of creativity and productivity apps that'll gladly rob take your hard-earned cash.
Everyone loves a good massage, but what about a good massage you could have anytime you wanted (within the boundaries of good taste of course). The eSSAGE self-massaging suit takes away the tyranny of spa visits, loved ones and trained pros by empowering you to give yourself a massage, wirelessly controlled by an app.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at a pedometer for your canine companion, an iPhone app that could maybe help you diagnose skin cancer and a touchscreen faucet that lets you customize the water you drink at home.
Itching for the good old clackety clack clack typerwriter days when typing actually was a coveted skill and profession for budding white collar workers? Now you can replicate the annoying keyboard sounds on your computer without any hardware modifications.