Since two of my favourite things in life is flipping people off and eating burritos (sometimes doing both simultaneously), you can bet I’m excited about the latest emoji news. It was just announced that finally the middle finger and the burrito emoji are making it to iOS 9.1.
The Pokemon Company has recently announced that they’re making a new game that gives you a chance to become the very best like no one ever was.
We’ve all had those heartless texts, when the person sending them just doesn’t put any thought into what they’re saying. And so many of us have received texts like these that Elite Daily decided to make a funny-but-no-so-funny vid about them.
Forget the Lexus hoverboard. The WalkCar is one strangely alluring Roomba-like skateboard you can pack away in your bag when not in use. Made of sleek aluminium, it’s set to launch on Kickstarter in the next few months in two versions: indoor and outdoor. And it will weigh just 2 to 3 kg. That’s certainly lighter […]
Never worry about oversleeping ever again, because now you’ll be too busy worrying about something else completely. YouTube Colin Furze has invented a kooky bed that wakes you up by throwing you out.
Bangkok-based designer Pierre Cerveau brings back childhood memories after he released a glorious concept: the Smart Boy, a Nintendo Game Boy-inspired smartphone. What sets it apart from smartphones currently out on the market is that it integrates modern-day technology with nostalgia. For instance, it features a power-saving 8-bit mode; an attachable ‘Game Bat’ controller, which […]
iPhone users who have upgraded to iOS 8 are bound to get a savage burn from Siri whenever they ask her the question: ‘Siri, what is zero divided by zero’.
When Marty McFly arrives from the past in October, rest assured he’ll be having a hoverboard to ride on. Well, a prototype at least. Lexus has released a short teaser video showing their latest device: a wood deck with smoke fuming out of its sides and seemingly levitating off the ground.
By Ry Padarath in New Eco on Tuesday 23 June 2015
In their relatively short life spans, it’s fair to say that drones have attracted a pretty negative reputation. At the milder end of the spectrum, they are annoying disturbances to our privacy that could singlehandedly lead to the death of topless sunbaking and nude beaches. At the other end of the scale, the Reaper and Predator drones used by the US military rain death from sky and often result in terrible consequences for innocent civilians in the same area as their targets.
We’ve lived through some of the most extraordinary subcultural movements in history – from the nightclub scene of the New Romantics to the nostalgic 90’s trends of Seapunk. And i-D has built a reputation for covering all of it. To celebrate 30 years of beauty in every subculture, this iconic magazine has partnered with Microsoft to explore a journey of subcultures, all with the help of the HP Spectre x360.
For when you’ve had enough of the weatherman, which is like, always. The Tempescope is a cool invention that lets you know of tomorrow’s weather forecast by actually simulating sunshine, rain, fog, and even lightning indoors.
Squeamish people, rejoice. A startup company has come up with an invention that can take your blood sample without having to use those scary needles. And we can be using it as early as next year. HemoLink is a small ping pong-sized device that can extract your blood using a painless vacuum.
We’ve become a world obsessed with technology. We’re constantly glued to our phones and we think nothing of interrupting a meal with friends (or a movie!) to reply to a text. And everyone knows you can’t stop at one text, so there’s a new product available for the tech-obsessed: the Texting Hat.
Imagine yourself stuck in traffic. Now instead of remaining stuck, you simply press a button and your entire car suddenly splits into two motorcycles, letting you and your passenger speed off ahead of other uncool vehicles. Yeah, just like Batman
How connected are we to technology these days? Well, if we’re honest, we’re probably a little too connected with all our blogs and social media interactions and emailing and online shopping. Designer Ajit Johnson knows this all too well and created a series of fun posters that reveal just how our daily lives are taken over my technology.