Ideum has built a 46-inch Android tablet that doubles as a coffee table and that can respond to 60 touches simultaneously.
Virgin Atlantic has announced plans to become the world’s first airline to kit its staff with Google Glass.
Samsung has shown off a crystal covered case for the Galaxy Note 3 as a limited edition version in association with Swarovski.
Scentee is a small dongle that attaches to your smartphone and emits scents depending on your choosing.
Beats and Graff Diamonds partnered to produce a line of limited Super Bowl Beats Pro headphones for every player… on both teams.
After unleashing a rose gold version of the Nike+ FuelBand SE in November, the company returns with another limited version in silver.
Toshiba claims that it does not see the lifeline of 3D TVs extending much further,
Bowers & Wilkins launches Maserati Edition P5 headphones.
Netatmo’s new device wraps around your wrist to track sun exposure throughout the day.
Samsung’s new 110″ ultra high-definition TV goes on sale this Monday.
The iMirror looks like a normal full-length mirror, but behind the reflective panel is a touchscreen computer with voice commands and even facial recognition technology.
For the game player who has everything, a gold plated Xbox One is now available to buy in Harrods.
Panasonic has become the world’s first company to offer a tablet with a 4K, ultra-high-resolution display.
Recon Instruments has just unveiled its new and improved heads-up display (HUD), allowing wearers to see maps, speed, temperature, and playlist.
Amazon.com is testing delivering packages using drones, CEO Jeff Bezos said on the CBS TV news show 60 Minutes Sunday.
Nissan has unveiled its own Google Glass rival, the Nissan 3E, which will be officially launched at the Tokyo Motor Show on November 23.
LG has announced that its G Flex handset will be coming to European shores in December once it has officially launched in its homeland on November 12.
Tesla is often seen as the Apple of car makers so Elon Musk’s decision to update the current flagship Model S with a Google Chrome web browser and Android emulating OS could surprise some.
In addition to the traditional black and white models, the forthcoming iPhone 5S will also be available in a flashier version, all in gold, according to TechCrunch.
A selection of handsets that won’t simply survive, but will positively thrive when at the beach.