Gadgets I lust for
I can't afford to buy all the cool geek stuff out there. So I collect them here instead. Feel free to suggest yours!
Curated by Guillaume Decugis
There is a new idea in town, that might be of interest to air sports enthusiasts: the WingBoard. Still in the concept stage, the WingBoard promises to combine the thrill of wakeboarding a...
Who doesn't want to surf the clouds?
Over the past several months I’ve written about various companies attempting to put out sensors that measure and analyze a player’s strokes. Zepp, on the other hand, has already come to market. In fact, it’s swing sensor also has applications for baseball and golf. How does the multi-sport player perform on a tennis court?
Interesting review if you're considering this device to improve your tennis. It's not without impact on the way you play - in a good and bad way.
While some people have successfully 3D printed buildings, others have taken the same approach to the car manufacturing business, as a company has just come out with a car called the Strati that's t...
45 hours to build this $18-30,000 electric car. And eventually the company expects the time to build to drop down below 10 hours. Not bad at all...
There is surely no shortage of gadgets claiming to enhance one’s mobile photography experience, however, Relonch seems to have an edge to the rest. No SD cards are necessary, as the Relonch camera saves images directly to the iPhone…
This has been done before and I've tested one of these cases for videos with great results. But this new one seems to take it further by adding an app as part of the equation. Curious to see it in action.
Navdy's magical head up display projects information as if it's floating six feet in front of you. Manage your navigation, calls and apps with voice and simple hand gestures. In the car you already have.
Isn't it time we had HUD technology in cars?
This week's Apple rumors hint at a new 12-inch MacBook and 4K display.
It's strange that Apple hasn't leveraged the retina technology on its smaller laptops yet - where good resolution is the most useful.
|Suggested by Marc Rougier|
It takes a special kind of magic to make an electric motor unicycle not terrifying to ride, and Ryno Motors has somehow pulled it off.
Looks crazy. But apparently it's not. Wonder how soon we'll see @Marc Rougier drive one...
Apple is introducing a new iMac model today with a $1,099 price point. That’s $200 less than the usual starting price for Apple’s all-in-one computer, and it follows a similar price cut given to...
Tempting but not sure about the lack of RAM and the low CPU...
For open source developer Johannes Ernst, what the world really needs is a simple device that anyone can use to take their data back from the wilds of the internet.
Beyond data ownership, having a personal server is an interesting concept to get greater flexibility from various apps. I'd be surprised it gets mainstream though - at a time when even companies with comprehensive IT teams are moving to the cloud.
Google has announced that it's working with the Luxottica Group to bring designer frames to Glass.
Attempt at going mainstream. But still awkward?
Larry Page is on stage at TED right now. I'm at home watching.
He is not wearing Google Glass.
Excellent rant by Robert Scoble on Google Glass. That product is already getting old without having even been launched and lack of CEO support is definitely worrying. I've been skeptical on this project since I first heard of it 2 years ago: primarily because I had doubts about Google being the right company to bring that change.
As a gadget nerd, I's still love to be proven wrong though.
|Suggested by Jennie Gorpse|
Introducing iPhone Air Additional technical specification available here: http://www.theverge.com/2014/3/9/5488574/iphone-air-8-larger-device-17-larger-displ...
The execution of this concept is pretty neat but if this is all the innovation we'll get in the iPhone 6, I'd be disappointed. True, smartphones have been a maturing market but I still want more from them than just getting thinner and lighter.
Gábor Balogh is a freelance designer from Hungary who, like many of us, wants an attractive, watch-like watch that just happens to be smart. The difference between Balogh and the rest of us is he went ahead and designed an interface he believes could enable regular watch designs to include a full bevy of smart features.
There's still a lot to invent in terms of UX design for smartwatches. This design concept is interesting as it brings some ideas of what the use cases could be.
Technology, gadgets, science and smart design
IMHO: Just awesome.
Asteroids barreled towards Earth from every direction, and my only defense was my eyes. I looked at one asteroid. I looked at another. Boom. Boom. Lasers from Earth had blown them into smithereens. And I didn’t lift a finger.
A good summary of all the innovation in gestural computing that were introduced - someitmes as prototypes - at CES this year. Minority report is getting closer but as Ellis Hamburger reports, the main applications are likely to be gaming and safe driving for the next few years. Just like Leap Motion's example is showing.
It looks like Microsoft was right to worry about Google's Chromebook project. According to the latest numbers from NPD, Chromebooks accounted for 21% of laptops sales.
Have to admit the concept of a light network computer is appealing. A growing number of people don't want a sophisticated machine but a curated, simpler experience.