Belkin BOOST UP Wireless iPhone Charging Pad

Effortlessly charge up anytime with the Belkin BOOST UP Wireless iPhone Charging Pad. Specifically designed for the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X, this charging pad is totally convenient. Simply plug it into a power source and drop your phone into place. The built-in charging technology gives you a safe and reliable charge instantly. With the power of Belkin, the BOOST UP Charging Pad will never overheat or prematurely shut down. You can rely on its power… Continue Reading Read More

This clock has hands… and legs!

MB&F is known to push boundaries with their timepieces. Unlike most watch brands that’s all about following tradition and legacy, Maximilian Büsser and his friends (MB&F) dabble with timekeeping on a different level, oftentimes creating watches that are more sculptural or are performance pieces rather than the standard two hands and a dial.Octopod is one of MB&F’s most dazzling (and borderline scary) timepieces. Exploring the aquatic theme (an MB&F favorite), the Octopod is mesmeric (and borderline scary, I repeat) with its transparent orb head and eight movable legs. The timepiece almost floats inside the transparent orb, and was engineered to perfection by L’Epée 1839, who have been in the watchmaking business for over 175 years. The watch’s movement is made … Read More

Designer Wants Resume to Stand Out, Creates Custom LEGO Mini Figurine

Photo credit: Andy Morris via Bored Panda LEGO Minifigs are nothing new or special, but one designer decided to think outside the box, and use one for his resume. Andy Morris, a recent design graduate from the University of South Wales, used his design philosophy and experience with toys to create this custom figurine that resembles his own likeness. He’s holding a laptop in one hand and a miniature custom printed CV in the other. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Read More

Li’l electric bike pump pops into a pocket

When a cyclist has to change a high-pressure tire at the side of the road, pumping it back up using a compact hand pump can be quite the hassle. That’s why many bikers utilize compressed air canisters, although they’re not reusable. Another alternative was unveiled at Interbike this week, however – the pocketable miniFumpa battery electric pump… Continue Reading Li’l electric bike pump pops into a pocket Category: Bicycles Tags: Cycling Interbike 2017 Pump Related Articles: Spinning bike wheels compress flat-filling air Foam insert puts a damper on bouncy bike tires Yamaha shows off new house brand of e-bikes Wahoo Fitness adds a new angle to indoor cycling Interbike 2016 – stuff you might like Interbike 2015 – pics of our picks Read More

Russia targeted election systems in 21 states, successfully hacking some

On Friday, the Department of Homeland Security notified nearly half of the U.S. states that their election systems were targeted by Russia-affiliated hackers in an attempt to influence the 2016 election. In most of the states targeted, the hackers were engaged in preliminary activities like scanning. In other states hackers attempted to infiltrate systems and failed, but in a small selection… Read More Read More

Nest Secure Smart Alarm System

Bring your home security to the 21st century with the Nest Secure Smart Alarm System. Featuring sensors, a hub, keychain, and an outdoor camera, it has everything you need to keep your home safe. The Nest Secure System uses the hub and Detect sensors to monitor your doors and windows. When they’re open, you can view the details on your device and get alerts. In addition, the Tag keychains are for members of your family. As they arrive home and… Continue Reading Read More

‘It’ surpasses ‘The Exorcist’ as the highest-grossing horror movie ever (Update)

Stephen King’s It had an enormous opening weekend, and now the film has surpassed The Exorcist as the highest-grossing horror film ever in the United States, with an eye on smashing the global record. The post ‘It’ surpasses ‘The Exorcist’ as the highest-grossing horror movie ever (Update) appeared first on Digital Trends. Read More

8 Student Design Concepts Aiming to Enhance Quality of Life

Model Solutions’ annual Model One Awards (MOAs) recognize industrial design students who challenge themselves and develop products that enhance quality of life, improve safety, disrupt current technologies and utilize new design concepts in exciting ways. Through the MOAs, students from design schools across the country are given the opportunity to showcase their skills, creativity and originality. Universities and design schools, on the other hand, are given a platform to gain visibility as leading design institutions.The 2017 MOA winners were recently presented at the IDSA 2017 Conference in Atlanta. These eight students from various institutions across the United States represent the best of the best when it comes to prototyping new design concepts. If you didn’t get a chance to view these designs in person at the IDSA Conference, … Read More

The Breville Oracle Touch Achieves Higher Ground With a Swipe and a Tap

Every morning millions of us arise from bed, sloth-eyed and craving our very first cup of coffee. But whether that good morning brew is made manually or with the aid of a machine, every coffee drinker desires the hallmark of consistency with every serving. Kitchen appliance brand Breville has engineered the Oracle Touch as the ultimate automated espresso machine, designed to eliminate the guesswork of pulling a consistently satisfying cup of espresso or any other coffee drink with the convenience of an integrated grinder, tamper, and touchscreen interface. As someone who revels and relishes in the routine of measuring, grinding, and brewing his own coffee every morning, I’m not averse to the patience and practice required for making coffee to my preferences – the careful… Read More

Don’t Waste Time Tracking your Time

The timesheet. Ah… the bane of every office-goer’s existence. Having to fill up logs showing how much time you devoted to each activity of the day. I remember having to time my lunches too. It was awful! Especially having to remember to start and stop timers every time I changed activities. At the end of the day, putting those entries into the timesheet software would take up almost half an hour of my time every day.This frustration pushed Joan to create the ultimate time keeping experience. The Tiller is an innocuous little device that sits near your mouse. Looking no bigger than a hockey puck, this product makes time keeping a tactile and much more efficient experience. The very idea that Tiller is a … Read More