For those of us who have found it impossible to resist upgrading to the iPad 2, a new device helps take the pain out of finding a way to repurpose that trusty first-generation iPad.
One day we'll all get to live in Jetsons-style homes in the sky, but in the meantime we'll have to settle for visiting public art structures like Centro Niemeyer in Spain.
A new innovation called vertical camping offers one way to commune with nature and simultaneously avoid becoming a snack for some of nature's meat eaters.
When you think about it, having both a toothbrush and a tube of toothpaste seems like a waste of space and materials. They're both used for the same thing, so why not combine 'em?
Spied on the streets of Tokyo, before the great earthquake, the Campagna T-Rex is basically the next iteration of the motorcycle-meets-dune-buggy design hybrid.
Who needs Big Brother when you have inventors creating the perfect system for self-surveilance like Royal College of Art student Hwang Kim.
Taiwan-based Coobeo has just unveiled the one of the few things that can turn your pedestrian computer set-up into an instant totem to the fun of your childhood (and in some cases adult) LEGO creation phase....
Somehow, despite all the high-tech accessories available to support laptops, most companies have overlooked a startlingly simple solution to the problem of cooling the bottom of your laptop--water.
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.