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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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As well as being used by audio engineers, Audio Engineer's Hoodie may appeal to DJs and hi...

Have you ever faced the problem of wanting to wear both a hoodie and over-the ear-headphones at the same time? I'm guessing not, because it's not exactly a problem most people face most days. However, judging by the positive response to a garment of clothing designed to solve this problem, it seems there are people out there who have faced this dilemma ... and who haven't yet figured out that you can wear headphones underneath a hoodie.  Read More

Inventor Josh Malone claims that it's possible to fill 100 Bunch O Balloons every minute Making a water bomb (or water balloon) can be a laborious and time-consuming process. Unless you have Bunch O Balloons, a system for filling 100 balloons with water in under a minute.  Read More

One Fast Cat is an exercise wheel for your feline friends One Fast Cat is an exercise wheel for house cats at risk of getting bored and/or fat from a lack of activity. It works in the same way as a hamster wheel, though cats will likely require more training to use it than your average hamster.  Read More

Cloud by Richard Clarkson is an interactive lamp designed to mimic a thundercloud Cloud, by New Zealand-based designer Richard Clarkson, is an interactive lamp designed to mimic a thundercloud. It brings the outside inside, providing an audiovisual show that looks and sounds like thunder and lightning ... but thankfully, there's no rain.  Read More

Float is a simple product designed to aid total relaxation of body and mind

In an increasingly busy and relentless world where information is flowing all around us, it's more important than ever to switch off once in a while. There are many ways to relax, but floating in water is one of the best ways of completely and utterly drifting away. Which is where Float – designed to make floating in water a more pleasurable experience – could prove useful.  Read More

LaMetric is a customizable ticker able to display whatever is important to you personally LaMetric is a customizable "smart ticker" designed to help navigate the daily information avalanche by delivering the specific information you need on one simple interface – from weather forecasts to stock prices to social media updates.  Read More

Cozy Room offers a personal isolation chamber with all your personal belongings close to h...

Even the most gregarious people occasionally need some alone time. Many choose garden sheds or outbuildings as their place of solitude, while others choose the spare room. But a new option has arrived in the form of Cozy Room, a personal isolation chamber that contains everything you could wish for from a man (or woman) cave.  Read More

The Twelve24 ClockONE is the world's first E-Ink wall clock, which gives it several advant...

The Twelve24 ClockONE is the world's first E-Ink wall clock. E-Ink is normally used in eBook readers such as the Kindle, but Twelve24 has used it as the basis for the ClockONE ... and with good reason, as E-Ink offers some advantages over more traditional displays.  Read More

Safelet is designed to look like a normal bracelet, but it has the capacity to stop a viol...

Sexual violence is sadly still a problem facing (mostly) women in countries around the world. The statistics regarding the number of cases is shocking, but the effect that it has on all women, whether victims or otherwise, is likewise depressing. Safelet aims to make the world a safer place, and foster a feeling of security for people wearing this "alarming" (in both the figurative and literal senses) bracelet.  Read More

Bttn is a big red button which can be programmed to perform a multitude of tasks

With the world seemingly transferring everything online to apps and cloud services, we're losing touch with how our actions trigger reactions. Bttn, a physical button that can be used in any way its owner sees fit, is an attempt to bring back a tactile element to the way we connect with everyone and everything around us.  Read More

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