In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…
The latest in wearables is a high-tech beauty sleep aid -- the Neuroon Sleeping Mask. This sleep mask makes use of built-in LED lights and biometric sensors to help its wearers sleep better during the long plane ride and in hotel rooms.
Meet 99check, described as "a simple utility for on-demand, selfie-based location-sharing between parents and kids." With nothing more than a selfie, the smartphone-obsessed generation will be able to put their parents at ease.
The FCC determined that it would replace the long-standing teletypewriter (TTY) devices that are currently in service with a real-time text (RTT) solution. The Wi-Fi based system would provide easier access for the hearing impaired.
Lost your mind? You can get a new one. Literally. Actually, you can get more than a new mind -- an Italian neurosurgeon is now preparing to perform the world's first whole head transplant. And no, it's not science fiction.
Finally, someone came up with an aesthetically pleasing solution for keeping cool during the warm months. Meet the Noria: a smart air conditioning unit with a minimalist design that won't take up your whole window.
Thanks to the the Temptations Catterbox, designed by London ad agency adam&eveDDB, your favorite feline will now be able to talk to you. Of course, there are no guarantees you'll like what she has to say.
A San Francisco engineer posted a YouTube video demoing a touchscreen mirror he claims to have built. The video has over 800,000 views and Reddit is flaming. In the demo, the purported inventor shows music and video apps, controls…
RetroFab is a system that lets you take a 3D image of your toaster or alarm clock and redesign the switches, buttons, or controls. It 3D prints the retrofit to fit over your existing appliance and make it smarter or easier to use.