19 June 2013
Most data plans are costly and often bulky, making accessing your information whilst away from your home broadband a real struggle. New York startup Karma has set out to revolutionise the way in which we use and share data. With Karma, you pay for data as you go, and take it with you on your 4G mobile hotspot….
19 June 2013
Adobe, well know for their creative suite of software and now the creative cloud, has recently announced a plan to introduce hardware. They aren’t just coming out with accessories for their software alone, instead they plan to change how designers and creatives visually communicate. With a combination of a stylus and ruler (with possibly more tools to come), Adobe…
18 June 2013
Through the implementation of an ingenious scheme named ‘Street Charge’ New York-based design company Pensa are paving the way for a simple and effective phone-charging solution, by harnessing mother nature’s greatest power source.
17 June 2013
The GroovBoard is a simple yet innovative design by Thomas Borowski designed to make that ‘sofa surfing’ experience so much more natural. The GroovBoard gives you several options for using your iPad comfortably with or without an external keyboard, with a stylus, on your couch or easy chair, in bed or at a desk or table.
15 June 2013
Boasting a smart monochrome design, seamless 360° rotation and an endless array of potential suitors, New York-based Design & Engineering Company Breakfast have recently launched, what they are calling “the most advanced sign on Earth” named, Points.
14 June 2013
Adding new tech to analog products seems to be the one of the most profound trends today. Making people rethink how they connect to the things they use everyday, and even how those products communicate with each other; “the internet of things”.
06 June 2013
Through their ‘Smarter Cities’ project, American technology company IBM have sought to create innovative solutions to common problems, with the hope of improving the standard of every day living in cities, helping their residents become ‘smarter’.
05 June 2013
The world of entertainment has a lot of competition but few have attempted to be as innovative and simplistic as fuseproject and fanhattan, the team behind Fan TV.
29 May 2013
Bikes tend to have a reputation of being unsafe and unclear when on the road. Helios is a product built to make riding beautiful whilst being integrated with great technology to make your ride a safe experience. The product consists of handlebars that have integrated lights, bluetooth, and GPS connectivity to fundamentally change the way you get around.
21 May 2013
Office Chairs can often be unsupportive and promote bad posture at home and at the workplace. Designed for today’s active users, Buoy is a seat designed by Turnstone that is designed to move as you do. Buoy swivels, turns, tilts, and moves up and down, mirroring the movement of your hips and posture.
13 May 2013
This stunning Pocket Watch designed by People People is grabbing the attention of many with its super minimal approach. The designers behind the watch made a deliberate choice to develop a pocket watch rather than a wristwatch, the preferred modern approach of keeping time. They aimed to cite the evolution of the timepiece to primarily a personality…
10 May 2013
Playing video games is a universal experience, designed for young and old but developing and designing video games is something that takes complex coding and artistic ability, or is it?
10 May 2013
This pint-sized printer allows you to publish content that’s important to you. Syncing to a cloud service, you are able to subscribe to local news papers, magazines, social media, and even puzzles to keep your brain sharp.
03 May 2013
What are currently being described as “epidermal electronics” (or ‘technology for the skin’ to you and I) a brand new method of health monitoring has been invented, potentially eradicating the need for large, wired machinery in hospitals. American Materials Scientist, John Rogers and his electronics company, MC10 have created a ‘Biostamp’ which is implemented in the form…
02 May 2013
Using classic European delivery bikes as inspiration, the Faraday combines innovative technologies to create a revolutionary bicycle. In passing, the Faraday might just seem like an ordinary bike with a hint of style, but housed within the frame is a battery and motor to assist in your commute. With a 45-minute charge time and 15…