Who needs Big Brother when you have inventors creating the perfect system for self-surveilance like Royal College of Art student Hwang Kim.
In between creating all those humanoid robots and pioneering new ways to stuff data into faux-sushi, Japanese salaryman hygiene can take a hit, which is why the Topland Etiquette Checker is right on time.
Because we have yet to realize the sci-fi dream of time machines, currently the best way to time travel and peer into the future is by looking at the past. In this case, a group of kids give us a preview of just how strange some of today's devices may appear to kids born just two decades from now.
Toshiba and KDDI have unveiled their answer to the Kindle with their own uniquely designed e-book reader called the Biblio Leaf.
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.
True tech classics never die as exampled by TDK's new Three Speaker Boombox, a slick mutation of an old school favorite.
Reports say that this has been one of the hottest summers on record, which means that breaking out something like the USB Necktie Cooler 3 is now more necessity than geek show off piece.
Dozens of iPhone apps have proven that the era of augmented reality is upon us, but only Brother's new AiRScouter headset truly takes the new medium into easy-to-use, mainstream territory.
TokyoFlash's latest LED timepiece innovation called the Kisai Escape C Bluetooth Receiver packs so many useful features into a stylish amulet that the device transcends style and actually threatens to be useful....
With gadgets and laptops getting smaller and thinner by the day, manufacturers need hard drives that are moving in the same direction. And Hitachi's newest 7mm HDDs do just that, shrinking down the size while ratcheting up the speed to 7200rpm.