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Dave Parrack

Dave Parrack
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.
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The Shoe Lights feature 75-lumen LED lights to help make it safer to exercise at night

Exercising in the dark is something that many of us are forced to do by our perpetually hectic lifestyles. However, that does inevitably mean encountering extra dangers en route, such as uneven pavements and impatient drivers. The 270-degree Shoe Lights from Night Runner are designed to allow you to exercise more safely at night.  Read More

Glovys sits between your smartphone and your gloves, letting the two play nicely together

Anyone who has ever tried using their smartphone while wearing gloves will know it's nigh-on impossible. You therefore have a number of choices: wear fingerless gloves or special touchscreen-friendly gloves, remove your gloves while using the phone, or desist from using your phone entirely when out in the cold. Or thanks to a new product called Glovys, you could fix the problem using technology.  Read More

Lully may be able to prevent children from suffering with night terrors, all thanks to not... When a child is suffering from disturbed sleep, the whole family suffers along with them. Lully is a new device to prevent the night terrors that plague so many young children, and it comprises nothing but a vibrating pod and companion smartphone app.  Read More

Girella rolls out and folds down to become an occasional bed Chairs which fold out to become occasional beds are nothing new, but we haven't previously seen one that works in quite the same way as the Girella from Campeggi. Designed by Lorenzo Damiani, the Girella transforms from an armchair to a mattress and back again in the simplest manner possible.  Read More

Once completed, Kids Imagination Furniture can be used as a normal desk and chair

Getting children involved in practical projects at a young age can aid their development and foster their creative streak ... which is what Kids Imagination Furniture from The Cardboard Guys hopes to achieve. The set comprises a cardboard desk and chair which children as young as five can build for themselves.  Read More

Coolpeds' Briefcase Electric Scooter can travel at up to 20 km/h, making you less likely t...

Luggage that folds out to become a scooter, like the Olaf 4-in-1 backpack, is already a good idea. The Briefcase Electric Scooter from Coolpeds improves on the idea by adding an electric motor to the mix, which should make it less likely you'll miss your flight or be late for work.  Read More

Lapdeck lets you use your laptop in bed while retaining good posture

A large number of people spend a lot of time using their laptops at home, whether to work or for entertainment. Every single one of these people will likely understand the desire to combine the comfort associated with sitting on the sofa and the good posture and productivity levels associated with sitting at a desk. Lapdeck allows you to do both, while incorporating a couple of other notable features.  Read More

Qantas will soon be offering first-class passengers a virtual reality experience in midair Australian airline Qantas has teamed up with Samsung to give travelers a virtual reality experience both on the ground and in the air. Qantas will be providing the passenger lounges and planes, while Samsung will be providing the VR headsets.  Read More

Coolbox is a toolbox which comes with a host of fixtures, fittings, and features

A toolbox isn't something you'd ever think of as being "cool." After all, it's designed to be a simple repository for your tools, nothing more, nothing less. Unless, that is, we're talking about Coolbox, a toolbox with more than a few tricks up its sleeve.  Read More

Kisha is a smart umbrella that uses an app to predict the weather There have been several attempts to improve upon the basic umbrella in recent years – the Rain Shield, which offers shelter from the wind; the Air umbrella, which uses a fan to stop the rain; and Nubrella, which is worn like a space helmet. Now, we have the smartphone-connected Kisha.  Read More

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