Forget plugging in. Ampy stores up battery power by converting your movements into energy so you can charge your gadgets with the power of motion.
The lunar surface gets artsy in the hands of two London digital designers and their data-driven hanging sculpture based on cosmic events.
The Stir Kinetic Desk doesn't come cheap but this $3,890 motorized work surface converts on its own between standing and sitting positions. It also has the smarts to suggest when you should sit and take a break or get back on your feet.
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Located at Singapore's Changi airport and made up of 608 bronze droplets, the piece reshapes itself into various three-dimensional forms.
Phone giant Nokia has crafted a weird new kind of phone, where you control the on-screen action by bending the device itself.
Here's a look at the flexible device from Finnish mobile phone company. It's controlled by twisting and bowing the device.
Unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt auto show, the Ford Evos concept showed off new design language, along with a host of other technologies. The concept is meant to present a unified vision of Ford vehicles going forward.
The need for a power boost on the move can lead a man to do many desperate things. But is anyone desperate enough to publicly charge up the nPower PEG?
Some gamers are finding it a little odd that Microsoft would choose Kinect for the brand name of its new motion-sensing technology platform since Sony had a similarly named PS2 EyeToy product called Kinetic.
Buried under the hype of its handset announcements at Nokia World 2009 last week, the Finnish phone maker also announced it would be releasing a significant firmware update to the N97.