Powrtabs provide a small boost to your smartphone battery, and we tried them out.These single-use smartphone chargers could be just the backup you need to avoid running out of power when you’re out and about.
The grow box is built with sensors to measure vitals like temperature, humidity, pH, and plant height and separately-sold cartridges that automatically feed nutrients to the plant. An app allows growers to monitor and control production.
The Big Ass Light Bar is powerful enough to light entire rooms or roadside workspaces, and tough enough to last. The high-capacity battery powers the adjustable 5,000-lumen LED lamp from 90 minutes to 48 hours.
A new project, currently being developed by researchers at Israel’s Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Tel Aviv University, is using sonar-sporting robots to more accurately project future fruit yields.
Nursing moms need all the help they can get, and Naya Health is offering a new tool. The company has launched a smart breast pump, designed for convenience. It even includes an app that tracks pumping stats.
Audi is launching its first Vehicle-to-Infrastructure communication system in Las Vegas. Dubbed Traffic Light Information, the technology allows certain Audis to receive signal information from the city’s traffic management system.
Google's parent company Alphabet says it's "wholeheartedly committed" to its drone delivery project. Despite apparent difficulties with drone designs that've seen some "try to land in trees," it reportedly wants to create a service with a…
The Liftware Level is a smart eating utensil that will help people with uncontrolled movements, such as hand tremors, by recognizing the orientation of their hands and actively counterbalancing their movements.
Launched via Kickstarter in December, Nufood allows backers to experience a new type of dining by offering a pop-up restaurant serving 3D-printed dishes. The event will soon take place across 10 cities in Europe.
An artificial system of is growing on top of Earth’s surface, and it’s entirely our creation. Dubbed the technosphere, the system consists of all man-made structures — from buildings, streets, and landfills to smartphones, clothes…
With the aid of two T100 thrusters, a pair of wrist straps, and an Arduino, YouTuber PeterSripol has built the best pair of 'wrist rockets' we've ever seen. It's the only pair we've seen, to be honest!