Do you have dust stuck in your laptop fan? Watch, learn, and sing along with Jayme Gutierrez’ catchy little instructional (and musical) video. We don’t think it’s any easier to service Mac Books, Jayme.
Techno-romance at its best here: this marriage proposal was shot with hidden cameras streamed live into the iPhones of friends helping the groom, so they could keep it a surprise. (Thanks Kevin!)
A universal remote control embedded in a pillow. It has easy to click fabric buttons and a smart shutdown feature. If you still manage to lose this remote, your house needs some major cleaning.
Created by students for Stanford University and Aalto University, the Bloom laptop can be disassembled in two minutes without the use of any tools, making it easy to replace or recycle its parts.
Judging by the price, it’s safe to assume that these are not the best-sounding headphones in the galaxy. But that’s a small price to pay (pardon the pun) to be able to rock out with your Darth out.
The Beosound 8’s conical speakers not only make it appear slim, they also enhance sound quality. Most Apple mobile devices fit into its dock, and it also has USB and auxiliary-in connections.
Take your musical talent everywhere with this t-shirt that’s with a built-in synthesizer. Play up to 8 notes at a time, and choose from 5 sound samples. Buy 4 and form a Kraftwerk tribute band.
A sleek watch that trades buttons for a touch screen. Tap the screen and the display appears, swipe to reveal the various modes and to set the time or alarm, and pinch to remove an alarm.
We could really use something like Fabian Hemmert’s concept, which lets callers indicate how important their call is, and receivers filter which calls go through based on their importance.
The crazy-expensive Trio Classico sounds as sweet as it looks, thanks its high-impedance voice coil. The satellites handle frequencies from 100 to 20,000Hz, while the sub does 18 to 350Hz.
We’ve seen many attempts to create a watch band for the iPod Nano 6G, but none is so stylish and well integrated as the Hex watch casing, which truly gives Nano owners the coolest watch on the block.
This innovative approach to the robotic gripper from Cornell, the U of C, and iRobot uses granular material that flows around a item and conforms to its shape to pick up objects of all shapes and sizes.
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