A gumball machine developed by Razorfish uses NFC to dispense apps and content straight to your smartphone.
A game developed by a Stanford group showed that players can remember complex sequences without ever knowing the sequence was there.
An actual wooden music box, developed by Joelle Aeschlimann from ECAL, makes music on the iPad when you turn its lever.
A new Gmail feature brings full email capabilities to feature phones, using the power of SMS. The service is currently available only in Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria.
A new device from a team at Imperial College London costs only $60 to build and lets people with disabilities control their computers using only their eyes.
Bike commuters can look forward to the future: This bicycle prototype is made entirely out of cardboard, and costs about $10 to build.
This awesome robot will skip stones for you in real time. All you have to do is imagine that you’re really by the lake.
As part of its Kickstarter funding, the Omega Envoy will send your DNA to the moon. All you have to do is donate $10,000.
Two new bags from Timbuk2 will charge any USB device you own without making you remove it from the bag.
Articles by Yaara Lancet