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Android Auto by Google

Recognizing the difficulty in convincing drivers to part with their phones when getting behind the wheel, Google has partnered with car manufacturers to introduce its new Android Auto version of its popular operating system. Optimized for the large t...

Motorola Releases the Moto G 4G LTE

Looking beyond the two obvious names in the smartphone game, Motorola produces a solid, notably underrated Android-based option in the Moto G. The brand is poised to continue its strong foray into the market by updating its well-received Moto G. Asid...

Tim Cook Narrates Apple’s “Better” Commercial

Just in time to commemorate Earth Day, Apple delivers its “Better” commercial narrated by CEO Tim Cook. Constantly striving to create products that are the best in every way possible, Apple shares this same passion in limiting its carbon footprint, b...

Wilson Introduce The New Basketball

Set to launch in this year’s winter, sporting goods brand Wilson recently unveiled its latest ingenuity: the smart basketball. The purpose behind the technology is to track your activity by way of a synced app to review your own performance. Th...

Facebook & Internet.org Unveil Plans to Extend Worldwide Internet Access

Facebook has recently announced “The Connectivity Lab” initiative in conjunction with Internet.org. Including various mobile phone companies as well as experts from Ascenta and NASA’s jet propulsion laboratory, the ‘Lab’ is exploring a variety of new...

The New HTC One

Making its debut today is the latest iteration of the HTC One smartphone. Retaining an all-aluminum unibody exterior, the new One boasts a larger 5.0″ 1080p HD display – an improvement over last year’s 4.7″ screen – alon...

Comme des Organismes Reinterprets CdG Pieces as Life Forms

Where some might have seen only experiments with color and cloth in Rei Kawakubo’s most recent collection for COMME des GARCONS, Berlin-based CGI studio Zeitguised saw an opportunity to experiment with the Japanese designer’s vision using...

Apple Unveils CarPlay

In many senses, Apple’s CarPlay is the one of the most logical releases from Cupertino in several years. People around the world have iPhones and also drive, and too many have been frustrated by a lack of connectivity between the two. CarPlay w...

Introducing Jelly: The Social Search App

Envisioned by friends Biz Stone and Ben Finkel as a new way to search, Jelly encourages users to rely on their “six degrees of separation” to help each other answer questions. The social search engine differentiates itself by using images...

teamLab’s Illuminated Spheres Respond to Human Touch

Exhibiting at the Hong Kong Arts Centre in China, creative design consortium teamLab invites visitors into a multi-sensory indulging presentation that includes illuminated orbs that respond to human touch. Suspended from the ceiling and hovering abov...

Swatchmate Color-Capturing Cube

For artists and designers alike, the world around us continually provides color inspiration for our work, be it a unique hue featured on a piece of street art or a flower spotted in a community garden. What is now no longer difficult is finding a col...

Introducing the 2013 Aeromobil: The Third Edition of the World’s First Flying Car

The flying car has taunted the imaginations of daydreamers for the entirety of the modern age, with technology and engineering rendering the machine, ironically, a rather fleeting idea. Despite scoffs, rejections and skepticism, Štefan Klein first de...

A First Look At What Could Be the Next Apple iPads

Rumors are swirling in regards to what might be Apple’s next generation of the iPad. This fifth generation is rumored to be available in two variants, the iPad 5s and the iPad 5c. The 5s is expected to take the spotlight as the new flagship mod...

Parallels Access App Allows Remote Access of Computer Software

The idea of ‘the Cloud’ has made its way from tech-nerd drawing boards to near ubiquitous usage in a recent surge, though the technology has been in development for years. Beyond music and document sharing or remote storage, it’s na...

NEC Credit Card-Thin Organic Radical Battery

The latest version of innovative ultra-thin flexible plastic credit cards could have a tangible place in our near future. At only 0.3mm thick, these credit cards owe their design to organic radical batteries or ORBs. Specially developed circuit board...