By Darrell Etherington ... via TechCrunch
Forget the spaghetti mess of wires, Cota by Ossia has invented the wireless charger and is changing the way we thinking about maintaining battery life.
By Chris Velazco ... via TechCrunch
The solution to tablet keyboard's one finger typing may soon be over as the newly developed Dryft debuts their formula at TechCrunch's Disrupt SF.
By Joshua Ryan De Bets
As 3D printing hits the market, the manufacturing industry officially enters a new era, and the assembly line may soon be out of business.
By Joshua Ryan DeBets
One day there will be a social network for everything, but today Nextdoor is gunning for the local communities.
By Britt Hysen
With the release of Google Glass, humans and computers are one step closer to merging in the age of singularity. Learn about the features of Glass and decide if this is a product worth investing in or letting the market swallow whole.
Interested in buying a tablet? Be sure to take a look at this review before deciding which one to buy.
By Katherine Hawkins ... via The Atlantic
Keeping a sustainable eye on the future, San Francisco start-up, Lit Motors is delivering a vehicle that they believe Millennial's will embrace.
By Kate Murphy ... via NY Times
The daunting process of choosing a new computer monitor seems a little less with these tips!
By Deborah Netburn... via LA Times
You've heard of Hybrids and Electric cars, now feast your eyes on the Cheesiest dragster in Utah!
By Geeta Dayal... via Wired.com
It's all fun and games when you put on your new brainwave headset, just don't think about your personal security codes when you do!
By Doug Newcomb ... via Wired.com
There are plenty of airbags and restraints to keep occupants of most modern cars safe from injury during an accident, and more automakers are deploying driver assistance technology to keep collisions from occurring in the first place – even with pedestrians and others outside the vehicle.
By Brooke Crothers ... via cNet.com
It is possible that when Apple releases iPhone 5 the screen will be taller than the current iPhone. Consumers will be able to see full videos at clearer resolutions and bigger screens.
By Adam Mitchell
As medicine improves, so does the field of Optometry. Driven by the need of the Military, contact lenses are expanding their market by bridging the gap between near and far sightedness.
By Amy-May Elliot ... via Mashable
Technical innovations are incoming in the next year or so that promise to bridge the gap between the physical and digital worlds like never before, whether that’s controlling your computer with gestures, opening programs with your eyes or extending the menu options for touchscreens with wearable devices.
By Olivia Oran ... via TheStreet.com
This year's Consumer Electronics Show was the biggest yet, with major launches from more than 3,100 companies as attendees were bombarded with a seemingly endless number of Ultrabooks, smartphones, tablets and OLED TVs.
By Yardena Arar ...via PCworld.com
At CES, Ion Audio--best known for its diverse and playful collection of speakers and mini-arcade systems for iPods, iPhones and iPads--demonstrated a pair of scanners that digitize photos, slides, and documents, and save them directly to an iPhone or iPad--no PC required.
By Britt Hysen
We've seen panorama add-ons for the iPhone before, but Kogeto's offering is quite a bit more pocketable than other crowd-funded solutions. The Kogeto Dot snaps onto an iPhone 4 in your choice of pastel colors, and catches 360-degree video when placed face down.
The 21st century has given us many fun gadgets to play with and has evolved our sense of daily tech interactions, but some of these new inventions are simply practical. Get a kick out of these products because you might just need them!