Even if you don't have automatic sliding doors in your home or workplace, this motion-sensitive door chime should make your surroundings feel a bit more high-tech.
If you're paying top-dollar to fly on Qantas Airways, your next trip to (and from) Australia will feel like a first class trip across the galaxy.
Gaining a staggering $500,000 in funding, Supermechanical's tiny gadget box is set to make its first production run, with more sensor accessories on the way.
Designer Jeffrey Stephenson reveals his latest case mod project, a compact computer that oddly wouldn't look out of the place in the Roaring Twenties.
Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory use high-tech 3D optical scanning technology to scan ancient discs that were previously unreadable.
Australian modder "cTrix" shows off programming and musical mastery with this improbable and impressive Atari guitar creation.
LG's UK division reveals photos of its newest OLED television display, which purports to be "the future of TV technology."
Inventor Matt Richardson has found a way to visually display Twitter posts on a phosphorescent paper canvas, due to some clever gadgetry.
Chinese electronics manufacturer JinXing Digital cares nothing for copyright laws, releasing an Android tablet that oddly promotes gaming piracy with... Justin Bieber?
Another handheld take on the Nintendo GameCube has debuted in the underground modding community, and it even comes with its own music video.
Dutch manufacturer Deonet one-ups their competition in the storage market by launching a USB memory stick no bigger than your thumbnail.
Battery life on the 3DS doesn't last much longer than your average Lord of the Rings movie, according to a comparison on YouTube, but the PlayStation Vita doesn't fare much better.
Making small robots that can walk and talk is going to be old hat once the Hajime Research Institute completes this giant humanoid machine.
Car alarms and steering wheel locks can only do so much against a determined carjacker, but this pressure-sensing seat might stop them cold.
National Geographic's Michael Nichols is using state-of-the-art technology to get closer to Africa's lions, including this impressive hovering gadget.