Many people would kill for nice Apple products such as IPhones, iPads and MacBooks. In fact, you know those people would be very careful with their items, making sure that they never hit the floor. Michael Tompert and Paul Fairchild had a completely different approach. They bought the latest and greatest Apple products, and in the name of art and photography, proceeded to… Continue
Have you ever seen a kid have a fit over wanting to play with an iPhone? Well, apparently you're not alone. While most of us moms/dads/aunties and uncles have reluctantly handed ours over, trying to quell our kids' cries, we've always been a bit worried that little Bobby might drop/break or pulverize our phone. Enter the Woogie. The popular case maker Griffin decided… Continue
Although it's unlikely to be an iPad killer, Samsung's "Galaxy Tab" could be Apple's first major threat.
Powered by the Android 2.2 OS, the Samsung Galaxy Tab features a 7-inch TFT-LCD display (1024 x 600), front (1.3 MP) and rear (3 MP) cameras, full HD video playback, and comes in 16GB and 32GB models. It's also got built-in 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi, and… Continue
The iPod nano has been completely redesigned. The new version is almost half the size and weight of the previous version, and new touch controls let users navigate through their playlist simply by tapping or swiping the screen with a finger. It also features a sleek, aluminum and glass casing with a built-in clip.
"This is the biggest reinvention of the iPod nano since its debut in 2005, and we think users are going to love it," said… Continue
"If the idea of owning a ludicrously big monitor is something you’d consider “luxury” then consider the Ostendotech CRVD Curved Display ($6,500) 100% pure excess. Distinguished by a 43″ diagonal viewing area and 2880×900 resolution, Osten...dotech states that the CRVD’s seamless curved screen engages 75% of human peripheral vision, for an unmatched enveloping effect. Thanks to a .02 millisecond response time, it’s also perfectly capable of… Continue
The Flexible Speaker for the iPhone is quite a departure from conventional speaker styles. More like a pretty hanging charm on the phone, this device makes use of “Flat Flexible Laminated, (FFT) Loudspeaker technology” to its advantage. Read: paper-thin & foldable. The folding aspect is relevant; coz with each un-fold of the connecting speaker, the volume goes up. Charming!…
Here’s a fantastic new design for packaging headphones at Skullcandy. With treatments such as blind debossing, spot gloss varnish and a drawer to house the headphones, this packaging pulls out all the stops.…
"This is what I wish the internet search will be able to do with a mobile device in the NEAR future. Touch screen, built in camera, scanner, WiFi, google map (hopefully google earth), google search, image search… all in one device. Like this way, when you can see a building through it, it gives you the image search result right on the spot. I think the following ideas should enhance the functionality of this device. Many applications like these…
Ok so I feel there's a lack of gadget content on the MET. So today I'm gonna present one of my favorite one (and god knows I'm a gadget freak !!): the Chumby.
What's that thing with that funky name ??
Well that's an adorable little box, super design and sexy. It's squishy all around and made of leather (different colors) and plastic. No button apparent. The only way to interfere with it is by pressing on its top (equivalent to home button on… Continue
Stylish gadgetry world continues to shine like a star as we witness one after the other amazing gadgets; gizmos and widgets. From impeccable Motorola s805 headset to the outstanding power gorilla portable charger, you can find all of them.
Motorola S805 Stereo Bluetooth Headset - Keep this gorgeous DJ Style" Motorola S805 stereo headset along with you this Christmas with wirelessly connection to your phone calls and amazing… Continue
Some things need to be left alone. Coke. Yeah 'nuff said. But the Rubik's cube? Well, that baby's ready for an update. The blogosphere has been abuzz about the Rubik's 360 but why change the shape when you can just make it… Continue
The Tenori-On is a revolutionary digital musical instrument developed by media artist Toshio Iwai and Yahama. It was introduced to the U.S. market in April 2008.
The intriguing handheld device is sort of a Lite Brite for music, with 256 LED push-buttons for sequencing music and adjusting tones. A short tap creates a ripple of light; while a more prolonged push… Continue