Summer usually means you can break out the truly cold drinks to stay cool on a hot day, and nothing is cooler than a drink that is encased in ice, which is pretty much what Zoku has envisioned with a new little gadget.
You might have noticed a red Apple logo on your local Apple store recently, so what’s the deal here?
If music follows you everywhere you go and you have to have it so that it never stops, chances are you’re into the constantly mixed music stream, and if you are, there’s an accessory to help you get it out into the real world.
Those of you with a green thumb might wonder why technology seems to improve everything around us except the growth of plants, and why there isn’t “an app for that” when it comes to tracking your garden. Well hold on, because it looks like that time has finally arrived.
While other speakers shy away from trouble, a new brand aims to survive where those ones can’t, with a protection level that will make danger its middle name.
Beer appliances modelled from the Nespresso replaceable capsule system could be the next big thing, with the lure of home-pulled tap beer now something more manufacturers are prepared to bring to store shelves.
Digital pens may have taken a turn for the Apple in the latest iteration, as Livescribe announces a new variant of its digital pen technology that will only work for recent iOS devices.
Square barcodes have never really found a useful place in society, stuck somewhere between posters and ways to set up your printer, but MasterCard has been working on something, and it’s pretty freakin’ cool.
One of the most obvious letdowns we’ve all had at one time or another is automatic voice translation technology. Seriously, how close are we to achieving speech recognition technology that actually works?
Every year, Australia produces some solid engineering and design ideas, but it’s not the only country to do so, and while we have a pretty strong entrant for the James Dyson Award, some of the competition is pretty impressive, too.