Thursday, April 18, 2024
By David Ponce This wont fly for the more neurotic among us. But if you've got an ounce of trust, the ChargeBox sounds like a great way to recharge your gadgets on the run. Here's the idea: you...

By Bruce Eaton Adding all the benefits of running bare foot to the protection of wearing shoes, the FiveFingers shoes not only hug the feet, but also separate the toes into their own little "shoes". Not only are your feet...
By Andrew Liszewski The longest flight I've ever had was only about 9 hours long and even though it was great to have a shower when we landed, I was more than able to endure the trip without needing to...
By Andrew Liszewski Underground parking garages can occasionally be pretty dark, dank places and at times it feels like playing the lottery when parking your car. Will it be there in one piece in the morning? Who will be waiting...

By David Ponce Yes, yes, we're about four days late, but this is too good to just pass up on. Anyone with certain equipment between the legs will probably feel a tingle of joy at the knowledge that the...

By David Ponce From the unlikeliest of places comes news of the world's thinnest ePaper. Indeed, Bridgestone tires (yup, yup, the tire people) has announced that they've developed QR-LDP e-paper (Quick Response - Liquid Powder Display) that's 0.29mm thin. ...
By Bruce Eaton In a step to curb lobster violence, CrustaStun will show them there are penalties for thier actions (like clawing at your defenseless fingers). Using a 110 volt - 2-5 amp current and placed in the CrustaStun, the...
By David Ponce The technology behind the Flexible Electronic Curtain by Micro Reactor System isn't terribly complex, though the technical implementation might be. I don't know. What it is, as the name implies, is a flexible membrane that...

By David Ponce "So what's this?" "It's really cool! See, you turn your head left or right, and the image on the screen turns left or right. That way, it's your head that controls what you see!" "Yeah, but don't...