What happens when you dress up a pretty woman in pretty lights and pretty lasers? Well, let's just say that for some reason I've now got it in my head that a Borg dance party would be really hot. Is that wrong? Guys? Guys?
By now it's apparent that non-smart phones are hurtling towards their extinction event, but the nostalgic geeks among us can hold on and remain in style by trying on the surprisingly attractive Lekki refurbished vintage handsets.
Usually the term "tricycle" evokes images of children's toy at best, or a poorly design commercial vehicle, but the P.I.E.T. concept vehicle could change all that.
Audi has unveiled its new entry into the annual epic 24-hour race known as the Le Mans, but upon closer inspection their new R18 prototype looks suspiciously similar to a 2009-era Cylon Raider.
China has overtaken Japan as the number two economy, but that hasn't stopped the country's bootleg masters from erecting their own version of the famed giant Gundam robot statue.
You really can't beat starlight. But if you're looking for a substitute for starlight due to you not living outside, the Starlight Lamp by Omri Barzeev could be a good choice.
There are humidifiers, and then there are humidifiers. The Stadler Form William Ultrasonic Humidifier falls distinctly in the latter category.
As technology innovations accelerate the elegance of our electronic devices will increasingly resemble the minimalist beauty of tools like the Eye of the Storm faceless watch.
With all of these fancy-schmancy 3D and holographic displays kicking around, sometimes it's good to remind ourselves that effective optical effects don't need a lot of technical muscle behind them. Just take a look at John Leung's "Magic Carp-pet," which uses just what looks like a slatted coffee table and a rug to achieve its effect.
True tech classics never die as exampled by TDK's new Three Speaker Boombox, a slick mutation of an old school favorite.