Seymourpowell-designed Morph aircraft seat concept adjusts for different sized passengers. Sounds good, right? Too bad it'll give airlines more opportunities to charge an arm and a leg for a seat.
The Moscow subway has unveiled a special machine offering free rides for squats. The novel idea is part of a campaign run by Russia’s Olympic Committee to promote next year's Winter Games in Sochi and to encourage people to get fit.
Face, meet palm, because you were not the genius to think of putting a solar panel on your sunglasses and turning them into a phone battery – Sayaleee Kaluskar was.
Bluetooth headsets are out. What's in? Neck tattoos – like the one just patented by Motorola. The device would pair with users' smartphones, tablets, or other wearable computers, all while making people wonder if you need psychiatric help.
The days of not knowing whether your dog is getting enough exercise are over. Whistle, an activity tracker for dogs, lets you keep track of how much exercise Fido is getting and, eventually, a whole lot more.
Want to save some green? Considering that the holiday shopping season will start soon, we bet you do. Ditch those power-hungry incandescents you hang from your roof every year and save money with a string of energy-sipping LED lights. Here's how.
The first smart trench coat has arrived, packed with nano-infused fibers, a battery charger, and a 4G LTE connection, this coat will keep you warm and connected in the cold winter.
Why let scientists have all the fun? OpenROV, an open-source remotely operated mini-submarine, lets anyone explore the ocean's depths like a pro. And it'll cost you less than a high-end iPad Air.
Thanks to the miracles of modern materials engineering, a company by the name of Garrison Bespoke is now selling a line of completely bulletproof suits. Hit the jump to see how they work.
The Volkswagen Twin-Up combines the body of VW's Up city car with the powertrain of the XL1 plug-in hybrid, including the latter's diesel engine, electric motor, and lithium-ion battery pack.
Robonaut, the humanoid helping out astronauts on board the International Space Station, is about to get fixed up with a pair of legs. Besides making him eight-feet tall, the new pins will finally enable him to break free from his fixed pedestal.
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!