Highlights from the 2015 Geneva Motor Show
Gizmag gives you a look at the three big smartphone flagships announced at Mobile World Co...

A last-minute illness did a number on our Mobile World Congress plans this year, but we still managed to improvise – sneaking in the troops to get their mitts on the big flagships. Here's a look at what's sure to be three of the best-looking phones of 2015, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, along with the HTC One M9.  Read More

This beautiful desk is made from the elevator of a Grumman HU-16 Albatross

Gizmag is no stranger to MotoArt's work, upcycling bits of old airplanes into showboating corporate furniture, but this beautiful desk made from the elevator of a Grumman HU-16 Albatross is something else. Obviously, we're nuts about the powder-coated orange.  Read More

The MoDe:Pro has space at the rear for carrying goods (Photo: Stu Robarts/Gizmag.com)

Ford used Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to unveil two new e-bike concepts that help define its vision for a connected transport future where cars form just one part of a multi-mode travel eco-system. The MoDe:Me and MoDe:Pro are the result of a competition run amongst the company's employees with the aim of finding e-bike designs that make a connected journey more efficient, safer, healthier and less stressful.  Read More

Locking up the Yerka Last September we first heard about the one-off Yerka Project bike, which was designed by three engineering students in Chile. Its clever feature was a frame that partially came apart to act as a lock. That way, any thief tempted to break its lock would be ruining the very bike they wanted, too. Now, its creators are attempting to bring it to market via an Indiegogo campaign.  Read More

Kids can control the behavior of the Hackaball through a companion iPad app

We've seen a number of clever learning tools aimed at future generations of roboticists and programmers recently. The latest educational plaything to join the likes of DynePods, the Kibo and the Wigl bot is Hackaball. It's a computer in a ball that kids can program using an iPad, and then throw it around, bounce it off walls and kick it about in completely made up games.  Read More

The Nissan Sway is a new compact hatchback concept (Photo: C.C. Weiss/Gizmag)

Nissan has unveiled a new compact hatchback concept at the Geneva Motor Show. The Sway is how Nissan says a future European hatchback might look with the brand's new design language applied. Fingers crossed, then, that it begins to apply its new vernacular liberally.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Galaxy S6 (far left), Galaxy S6 edge...

Samsung and HTC have each been launching their flagships at around the same time for the last few years, making Galaxy vs. One dilemmas an annual occurrence for smartphone shoppers. This year, though, Samsung is making it harder for HTC to keep up, as the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge leap forward much farther than the HTC One M9 does. Let's compare the three phones' features and specs.  Read More

Samsung's Dream Doghouse, with occupant

The cutting edge of pet architecture shouldn't just be for cats, so it's only right that man's best friend enjoys some plush digs too. With this in mind, Samsung has unveiled a concept kennel that features luxury amenities like a treadmill, hydrotherapy pool, and an automated feeder. It's a dog's life, eh?  Read More

The FlashQ Q20 flash unit is currently vying for funding on Indiegogo

The FlashQ Q20 is an interesting flash unit which doesn't have to be used on top of your camera. The flash is different from most others in that it features a detachable hot shoe radio transmitter which allows it to be used either on-camera, or wirelessly. Currently vying for funding on Indiegogo, the FlashQ Q20 also boasts a tilting flash head and an LED video/modeling light.  Read More

You can log into Paperspace from any computer connected to the web

The idea of connecting a basic computer to a more powerful one over a network isn't new – the first modern computer networks began as dumb terminals that accessed smart mainframes – but improvements in hardware technology, internet speeds and online software are now making the concept genuinely viable for consumers. Enter new startup Paperspace, which wants you to run your computer from the cloud.  Read More

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