It may sound like an impossible dream, but two designers in London have built functioning prototypes of GravityLight, a cheap way for people in developing countries t0 light homes, recharge batteries, or power a radio.
A few reviewers did far more than test out the console and play a round of virtual tennis -- they took the entire thing apart.
Waiting for your Pebble to drop? Pebble's lead designer has cancelled a speaking appearance in October to stay in Asia and finalize the product.
Adults have FitBit, Fuelband -- maybe someday again -- Jawbone UP. Kids now have Zamzee.
Lytro cameras, the much-hyped photo gadget from a Silicon Valley startup, finally began shipping to customers on Wednesday, four months after the company started taking pre-orders. The cameras use something called light field technology to capture “interactive” images, on which …
Camera startup Lytro has won the Last Gadget Standing competition at the Consumer Electronics Show for its “revolutionary” light-field camera.
Lytro debuted its camera in mid-October to considerable buzz, thanks to its engaging technology that changes how you can take …