The antimicrobial material Corning introduced at CES may find its way to your iPhones and Samsung gear in the near future.
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Frequent contributor Ben Long joins podcast host Chris Breen to discuss his upcoming participation in the grueling Mongol Rally.
PointGrab believes their purely software-based approach to gesture control may be the key to bringing this new take on UI to the masses.
Researchers create an iPhone biosensor cradle that could give doctors a cheaper, portable medical testing machine.
Summer's almost here. Hooray! But before you dust off that barbecue, consider using one of those old computer towers for your cookout.
This year's Demo Mobile featured an impressive array of products and services. Here are our favorites.
Dan McDonley's Ninja Standing Desk is a beautiful use of $159 and a great (if unconventional) way to start standing at work.
Tiffen's $169 Steadicam Smoothee may not be for everyone, but budding videographers and video journalists will love it.
Lex Friedman uses a treadmill desk, and jumped—or at least walked briskly—at the chance to review a Bluetooth-enabled model from LifeSpan. Though it works, it's not incredible, he says.
What if you could borrow a laptop to use for just one class? A new vending machine at Drexel University could let you do just that.
In this slideshow, take a look at some of the more blatant Apple knockoffs from the 1970s to the present—those products that obviously imitated or copied Apple's trade dress.
Got an old Mac Plus sitting in a closet? Dust it of and use it as a clock in your living room.
PopSLATE is an e-ink case that turns the back of your phone into a second screen.
If you've been a Mac fan for more than a few years, chances are you've seen or even used Apple's most famous computer models. What you don't often see are the machines that Apple kept to itself—the prototypes that never reached the market.
Built out of toasted brown rice and salt, the Survival Senbei iPhone 5 case might be the tastiest—if least effective—iPhone case we've ever seen.