Friday, April 20, 2018

By Evan Ackerman Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany have successfully demonstrated a method of using body heat to power electronic circuitry. They've combined thermoelectric generators that can extract a tiny...

By Ryan Nill PIX Visual Pendant uses 117 LEDs to constantly annoy bystanders with flashing image chains. It can display animations, images, texts, emotions and more. Using the included PIX editor software...

By Evan Ackerman ThinkGeek is now selling a zBoost cell phone signal booster, designed to boost a 1 bar cell signal up to 5 bars over an area of 1500 square feet...

By Evan Ackerman Ever wish that your wireless network could follow you wherever you went? Yeah, so does the US Army. DARPA's LANdroid is a palm-sized, totally autonomous network router on cute...

By Evan Ackerman There are lots of "won't-it-be-cool-when" wireless power technologies that we talk about every once in a while, but finally, wireless induction charging is a reality, and it'll be on...

By David Ponce Managing and coaching a soccer team just got a techno twist. Real Track Futbol is a turnkey solution for tracking your players on the field using GPS, as...

By David Ponce There was something elegant about the recently announced Xbox 360 qwerty thumbboard. Not so with the PS3 Wireless ThumbPadâ„¢ from Madcatz. Dude, they put the friggin' thing...

By David Ponce The SIGNAL Cellphone Holder is a simple device: you place your mobile in it, and when a call comes through, it blinks. Yeah, that's it. But the...

By David Ponce The musicphone market is growing, and for good reason: listening to music and making phone calls are two essential elements to life. And sure, it's fun to carry...