October 03, 2014LG have been showing off an 18 inch OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) screen with the ability to bend back and forth on itself whilst still playing video. Maybe they could strike up a deal with Apple for the bendgate problem. Image Source: LG Curved screens are already on the market but nothing to this extent.
May 23, 2015Details have been revealed about the Ecocapsule, a micro shelter that is able to operate off the grid offering sustainable technology that is impressive. This includes such as collection of rainwater and filtration, wind power and solar power. A prototype is going to be made available soon and the company behind it hope that it will be available later on this year.
April 19, 2014If you have ever had a dent on your car bumper you will know how maddening it is, more so if it wasn’t your own fault. It’s bad enough if you prang the bumper but if you park in what you think is a safe spot and then return to the car to find your bumper messed up, it’s annoying to say the least.
April 02, 2014As to expectations the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was very entertaining and it offered the very best when it came to cutting edge innovations. Among tech such as 4k cameras and wearable gadgets came some of the weirdest gadgets that we will see this year, here are five of them:Real size Dalek speakerThe six foot Dalek will be a must for Doctor Who fans and it comes in the shape of a Bluetooth speaker system from Massive Audio.
This is just what a wireless charger that has been developed by the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology has done.April 27, 2014One of the in-things when it comes to charging a mobile device these days is wireless charging. While it does sound pretty cool that you can use a wireless charger to bring life back to your phone, what would be even cooler would be to charge 40 phones while they were 15 feet away.
February 16, 2015With the modern technology of computers, email, instant messaging and electronic greeting cards, handwritten letters are virtually obsolete (minus the odd birthday and Christmas card). However a company called Bond has combined old school with new technology for sending & 39;handwritten& 39; greetings.