Dave is a technology journalist with a ravenous appetite for gadgets, gizmos, and gubbins. He's based in the U.K., and from his center of operations writes about all facets of modern and future technology. He has learned more in his five years writing for the Web than he did in 11 years at school, and with none of the boring subjects thrown in to the mix.
There is a wide variety of standing desks available for those who prefer standing to sitting while at work. From the Upstanding Desk to the Levit8, consumers have a lot of choice. Unfortunately, a lot of those choices are out of the price range of ordinary people. But not Oristand, which costs just $25.
We can't claim such an extensive knowledge of the cutting board market to confirm whether The Ultimate Cutting Board lives up to its name or not, but there's no doubt it packs a lot of features that aren't found in the traditional wooden chopping boards sitting on most kitchen benchtops.
Netflix has released a step-by-step guide to making socks that are designed to do more than just keep the feet of binge-watchers warm and cosy. The socks detect when the wearer has fallen asleep and pauses the currently playing program to prevent them from losing track of their favorite show.
Portable coffee makers come in all shapes and sizes, as the Handpresso Auto and the Hey Joe travel mug demonstrate. The Oomph is yet another crack at perfecting this product, and its makers claim it is "the perfect coffee companion, designed for coffee lovers by coffee geeks."
Obesity is on the rise around the world, and if left unchecked this could have serious consequences for our overall health in the decades to come. However, it turns out that the bacteria living in your gut can help control how much food you eat ... which could change the way we all control our appetites in the future.
One of the key reasons to own a smartwatch is its use as a fitness tracker. From the Apple Watch to the Moto 360 (and everything in-between), smartwatches come with a range of neat tricks designed to help you train and track your fitness levels. There's just one problem: your wrist isn't necessarily the best place to wear a smartwatch when you're training. Shift is a (currently crowdfunding) attempt to fix that.
When you have kids, everything changes. Going for a short walk in the sunshine becomes an epic adventure, and doing anything as exciting as skateboarding is pretty much off the agenda. If only there was a way of combining skateboarding, getting outside in the sunshine for a while, and spending some quality time with your child. It turns out there is, and it's called the Longboardstroller.
Shadowplay strips the clock back to its basic elements, with an empty clock face bathed in light from the LEDs embedded in its plywood frame. There are no numbers, and no hands, at least until someone touches the clock face, at which point the time is picked out in two shadowy streaks which extend past the edge of the clock.
The Chameleon Pen is so-called because it's capable of producing multiple color tones and seamless blending, all using the same single pen. Therefore, the ink which it produces changes color tone in front of your very eyes, going from light to dark as the toner dissipates.
Lighting can make or break a room. Get it right and the room comes to life when the curtains are drawn. Get it wrong and the room can seem cold, dark and soulless. Novelty lamps can draw the eye, providing a focal point and conversation starter, and the Bulbing Lamps from Studio Cheha fit the bill perfectly.