It's absolutely worth a trip all the way to Yekaterinburg, Russia just to visit this stone keyboard installation. Or maybe not.
Nick Mastandrea wants to reinvent the mouse by putting it on your finger.
Finally: a mouse fit for Bruce Wayne. And yeah, it comes in black.
I want you to stop whatever you're doing right now and check your computer for holes. Specifically, one very long, very thin hole, or a door or tray that opens up and leads to same. If you find one, do not panic. It's called a CD-ROM drive, and — at least conceptually — there's something that you can do with it.
Seagate's mobile 4G wireless storage is a hefty little metal sandwich made up of a Verizon 4G modem equipped with a Wi-Fi hotspot a 500 gig HD, and a battery. You and your friends can tether your mobile devices to the drive over Wi-Fi and stream media (including HD movies) to your heart's content.
When you buy a power strip, are you looking for something that'll fit under your desk and not draw attention to itself, or are you looking for a crazy bright pink thing that looks like some sort of twisted sculpture? If you said the latter, well, here you go.
Two gadgets that have become less and less relevant over the past few years are the mouse and the calculator. So of course, Canon has released a gadget that combines both these things.
Apple's wireless Magic Trackpad may look like the future, but for the shrinking ranks of Mac-brand-refuseniks, another solution may work just as well.
Sometimes those eccentric Japanese devices actually come through with a supremely practical solution as in the case of the new Phone x Phone iPhone charger and receiver.
How much is too much for a mousepad? $10? $5, even? Hell, I don't even use one myself — though I do use a Razer mouse. The company has made a name for itself offering precision mice that target gamers, and now it's tossing in a "gaming-grade" mouse mat.