Fuck it. Let’s build Jurassic Park.
When the Dyson company invented its blade-free fan about a decade ago it surely had no way of knowing what kind of inspiration it would provide along with cooling power. With his new electric motorcycle concept industrial designer Saharudin Busri has taken that bladeless approach and turned it on its head with a revolutionary idea. Continue reading THIS INCREDIBLE ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE CONCEPT IS BASED ON DYSON BLADELESS FANS
Transparent Sound is a Scandinavian tech firm and their new product lives up to their name. It is a clear speaker supported by a one-piece aluminum frame and enclosed inside tempered glass panels. Continue reading THESE SEE-THROUGH SPEAKERS ARE A STYLISH AUDIO UPGRADE
Smartwatches still look like watches; someone time-traveling from 1950 would recognize them as such. According to a design patent leak spotted by Dutch tech site Let’s Go Digital, China-based Guangdong OPPO Mobile (a.k.a. Oppo) has come up with a smartwatch design that might turn that form factor on its head. Continue reading WILD SMARTWATCH DESIGN UNFOLDS TO REVEAL MASSIVE SCREEN
It’s almost impossible to read the news these days without seeing yet another articleon the rising threat of Android malware. But at the same time, a new report from AV-Comparatives has been making the rounds for its finding that most Android antivirus apps are terrible scams. So what’s a security-conscious user to do?
Anyone who’s read Fahrenheit 451 appreciates the awesome possible future where the walls of our homes are just televisions and we get to live in TV land. Well, Samsung just made that possibility a reality with a 146-inch MicroLED screen. It’s called The Wall, and it is breathtaking.
Apple is getting real close to copping media-recognition app maker ShazamEntertainment for a cool $401 million. Casual. The report comes via TechCrunch, who isn’t naming and names when it comes to who spilled the beans (or shall we say bytes) on the potential deal. The $401 million price tag isn’t chump change, but it’s significantly less than half the $1.2 billion valuation Shazam announced in 2015.