Just give this squishy little lamp a squeeze and the on-board color-picking tech will instantly match the hue of whatever it's sitting on top of. Necessary? Probably not. Cool? Definitely
Got an an Android or iOS smartphone you're not using? Bemo allows you to repurpose it as a network-connected thermostat in just a few minutes
The center of a connected smart home might soon be the Apple TV, as Apple's latest beta software officially brings HomeKit support to the device
Using nothing more than water vapor, a projector, and some motion tracking software, the Leia Display System creates interactive holograms you can manipulate with your hands
Freshly launched on Kickstarter, this ultra-minimalist home security system relies on a network of quarter-sized motion detectors that send alerts to your smartphone whenever they're disturbed
Cryostasis, a staple of space-age science fiction for so many years, might soon become a viable reality. NASA is funding research for it, with the goal of sending a manned mission to Mars in the near future
Got a dusty old smartphone you're not using? Instead of selling it for a few bucks or tossing it out, Rico lets you repurpose it as a home automaiton hub
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!
In an effort to alleviate some of the problems that have arisen from California's record-breaking drought, the Drop-A-Brick Project has devised a novel solution: drop a big fat brick in your toilet
In contrast to that annoying filter pitcher you've probably got in your fridge right now, Kor's new water filter doesn't limit you to just one pitcher -- you can fill up as many as you'd like
Rather than forcing you to fiddle with a set of screws and an Allen wrench, Ikea's latest furniture line uses a tool-free system of slots and dowel rods
Philips has developed a 'wearable' medical device that's been clinically proven to reduce the symptoms of psoriasis by 50% using nothing more than high-intensity blue light
It's been about a year since Apple first announced its iBeacon technology, and now, at long last, there's finally a free app that makes using it easy and accessible for the average Joe.
After co-founding the world's most successful crowdfunding platform, Perry Chen is back with yet another fundraising startup -- this time targeted directly at non-profit organizations