The design genius of Russian studio Podvaal offers a timepiece that looks more like a personal time travel device than the next evolution of the wristwatch.
Softbank/a> already rules the streets of Japan as the only carrier of the iPhone, now the company hopes to lock in the preschool and senior citizen market with what may be the simplest phone in the world.
Proving that Hollywood will have to improve its creative muscle to keep up with reality, a team in Portugal has constructed a real life superhero suit that any geek would be proud to wear.
Umbrellas, for all their usefulness, have one major design flaw: you can't see through em, so you can't pull em completely over your head. That's not the case with the clever Goggles Umbrella.
Hoping to cash in on the resurgence of "Japan Cool," one hotel has designed a room that is a dream come true for die-hard anime fans.
Just because China is the hottest new number two economy doesn't mean the country's rep as a counterfeit goods hub has improved, which is why Fujifilm's latest innovation is a welcome arrival.
No, that's not secret anti-Imperial way station on the planet of Hoth, it's just the latest in airport design from Mestia, Georgia.
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.
I can't for my life remember any emoticon beyond a smiley, frowny and tongue sticking out. With so much useless USB junk out there, I can't decide whether or not this emoticon keypad is part of that category or is truly revolutionary.
When told that the aortic root of his heart had expanded to life-threatening levels, Tal Golesworthy was given two options: have a mechanical valve inserted (and forever after take Warfarin, a drug that can cause severe bleeding), or risk a fatal heart attack. Golesworthy made up a third option and designed his own brilliant heart implant.