With plenty of research showing how sitting at a desk all day can damage our health, an increasing number of companies are coming up with sit-stand solutions so we can easily change position throughout the day. Here's one from IKEA.
Using an array of powerful electromagnets, the Hendo Hoverboard can levitate over practically any non-magnetic metal surface and provide a friction-free ride for the user.
Looking for a new light for you bicycle? The Orfos Flare provides 360-degree visibility with its bright, waterproof, long-lasting LED lights. However, it comes at a pretty steep price for a bicycle accessory.
Freshly-launched on Kickstarter, IlumiBowl is a tiny motion-activated light that clips onto your toilet bowl and flips on when you enter the bathroom. No more peeing in the dark, or blinding yourself with the bathroom light!
Google is leading a $542 million funding round in Miami-based startup Magic Leap. The secretive firm is thought to be developing highly advanced AR headgear that offers a "jaw-dropping" 3D experience, according to one investor who's tried it out.
We caught up with Peter Treadway of Acton, maker of the RocketSkates. After blowing past its $50,000 goal to collect over $550,000, the RocketSkates are now in production and should be shipping to backers soon. Check out the RocketSkates in action in our…
Intel's Make It Wearable competition is in the closing stages, and the ten semifinalists have been revealed. We've checked them out, and picked four of our favorites.
Definitely ideal for anyone that has multiple seasons of Doomsday Preppers saved on their DVR, this zombie fortification cabin will provide all the safety you need for any potential undead apocalypse.
Instead of special vents or coatings, F-Bom goggles are outfitted with a special heated lens that prevents moisture from condensing on them.
Freshly launched on Kickstarter earlier today, Notti is a smart lamp that lights up when you get notifications, your alarm goes off, or you're listening to music.
Virgin Galactic is moving steadily toward its goal of launching its space tourism service in the next six months, with a new round of rocket-powered SpaceShipTwo test flights set to take place soon.
Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
Here’s your feel-good story of the week: A 5-year-old boy born with an underdeveloped right hand was given a helping hand by a global group of volunteers in the form of a 3D-printed prosthetic hand.
Now that TVs and tablets cost more than ever before, everyone is on a lookout for electronics on the cheap. Check out our favorite tech accessories for under $50, whether you're looking for a fitness tracker or a means of streaming Netflix on the big screen.
United Airlines and other carriers are adding Wi-Fi and personal device entertainment streaming to their planes. Such a service would allow airlines to do away with seat-back monitors and lower fuel costs.
With the help of an innovative pressurization cap, uKeg keeps your precious craft beer from losing its carbonation and going flat.
Zwipe and MasterCard created a credit card that can make contactless payments and features a built-in fingerprint sensor. The new card will arrive in 2015.
The .klatz is the latest smartwatch gaining attention on the Indiegogo crowd-funding website. It stands out thanks to a cool, bracelet-style design, and is unusual because of the way it can handle calls.
Leica's launched another limited-edition camera. The Leica X 'Edition Moncler' is the result of a collaboration between the camera maker and French-Italian clothing firm Moncler, and features a flashy color scheme that'll have street shooters running a mile.
DT is giving away an awesome Matter and Form 3D Scanner that can scan any object and make a 3D-printable file. The scanner will help you turn everyday objects into 3D-printed masterpieces.
Tired of getting stuck at intersections because the traffic sensors don't realize you're there? Check out VeloLoop -- it tricks inductive loop sensors into thinking you're a car and keeps the light from getting stuck on red
Using little more than an Arduino microcontroller, a few step motors, and some 3D-printed parts, two security researchers have built a cheap safe cracker.
Imagine every connected device in your home being equipped with camera, which knew everything from your mood to your age, syncing up with an app on your phone to help make life better. That's what the Omron HVC-C camera could do in the future.
It seems quadcopters aren't all about attaching cameras and shooting awesome footage. They can also be used to cause mass brawls at international soccer games, as one operator discovered in Serbia on Tuesday night.
Ever wanted a little R2D2-like robot that could follow you around the house and play movies and music wherever you go? Well good news -- Keecker does exactly that, and it's just launched on Kickstarter
After a year of intensive development and equally intense hype, the long-awaited August Smart Lock goes on sale today. You can snag one up online, and later this week, in Apple Stores across the country