At first glance this might look like one of those iPod Nano watches, but it's really a whole lot more. The I'm Watch from Italy actually packs a tiny version of Android 1.6, which allow it to be tethered to your full sized smartphone.
We kind of expect politicians to use teleprompters, but singers? At a recent performance for French TV, Black Eyed Peas singer will.i.am whips out a cellphone and appears to read the lyrics for their latest single Don't Stop The Party.
How do know you're using the world's toughest cellphone? When it survives (mostly) Tom Dickinson's Blendtec blender, a shredder that's eaten iPhones, iPads, keyboards and other gadgets without a hitch.
If you're trying to cultivate a James Bond like air of sophistication, using your modern smartphone answer a call from HQ just won't look right next to your shaken, not stirred, martini. Attaching this golden retro-style handset allows you to maintain your suave style, as you answer those urgent calls.
If James Bond had whipped out the Yves Behar phone in Goldeneye, it probably would have gone straight onto my must have gadget list. The problem is that Goldeneye came out in 1995, just about the time when the tech in this phone was considered cutting edge.
This complex machine you see here isn't a bomb strapped to three cellphones. It's actually a robotic machine made by a guy named Mok Young Bak to press every button on the cellphones from anywhere in the world. Why? So he's never left out of the loop!
If you've ever had your cellphone die when you're miles from the nearest outlet, any phone that can be charged without needing a plug is bound to have some appeal.
Take a look inside the bag of an early-adopter techie and what do you think you'll find? Probably a smartphone and a tablet. What if your smartphone was your tablet too? You'd be able to ditch the bag and go for a stroll with a tablet in your pocket.
Snobby teenagers, rejoice! Your beloved Sidekick will soon be revived with 4G data speeds and Android. Good idea or bad?
We see some really dumb tech ideas here at Dvice, but few are dumber than this Chinese knockoff Louis Vuitton cellphone and belt combo.