Highlights from the 2015 Geneva Motor Show
Gizmag goes hands-on with the newly announced Vector smartwatch (Photo: Chris Wood/Gizmag....

The Vector smartwatch is available in both square and round-faced models, and makes use of a memory LCD display alongside a low-powered OS to provide a (claimed) 30-day battery life. The product's creators were keen to emphasize the simplicity of the device, but how does it measure up in the flesh? Read on as Gizmag goes hands on with the brand new wearable.  Read More

The new Lotus Exige S Club Racer is lighter and faster than the existing Exige S

Lotus is on a roll at the moment. Having announced the new Evora 400 and the Elise 20th Anniversary Special Edition within the last month, the British carmaker has now unveiled a new Lotus Exige S Club Racer. In short, it has refined the already remarkable Exige S Coupé even further.  Read More

The more-expensive Speed Metal version of the Subcraft, on display at Baselworld (Photo: C...

When it comes to mechanical watches, we're used to seeing ones with the traditional face and hands. Romain Jerome's new Subcraft, however, does things a little differently. It displays the hour laterally in photoluminescent digital-style numerals along one edge, while the minute is viewed on a disc on top.  Read More

Haptic feedback and new sound technology could bring a new level of audio immersion to vir...

Miami startup Next Galaxy is turning to crowdfunding to finance Ceekars 4D. The smart headphones are designed to bring a new level of immersion to virtual reality, gaming and other media through haptic feedback and a more immersive sound technology.  Read More

The teeny-tiny drill, made with an Ultimaker 2 3D printer (Photo: Lance Abernethy) Should you ever feel the need to carefully bore a hole through the top layer of skin on your finger, there's now a drill that can do it. Using his Ultimaker 2 3D printer, Auckland, New Zealand maintenance engineer Lance Abernethy has created what is unofficially the world's smallest working power drill.  Read More

Musk speaking at the Nvidia conference (Photo: Nvidia)

Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk has a complicated outlook when it comes to the future of "smart" machines. He's warned about the dangers of strong artificial intelligence, but he's all-in on the lesser forms of artificial smarts, like those at the core of Teslas. He's also bullish on self-driving cars, and this week Musk went so far as to declare that they may completely replace the cars we drive today.  Read More

The Boeing Airplane Company's ecoDemonstrator 757 (Photo: Boeing)

Boeing is at it again, continuing its on-going ecoDemonstrator test program by ramping up a series of flight tests with a modified 757 airliner. The lengthy tests will assess new methods to advance efficiency, cut noise and lower carbon emissions.  Read More

The teeny Ringo robot from Portland's Plum Geek

Though you can work with your kids on all sorts of crazy electronics projects by adding numerous shields, break-out boards and attachments to existing development platforms or going wild with Lego Technic building blocks, such solutions just weren't cute enough for Kevin King and his kids Halley and Parker. Their digital pet is called Ringo and thanks to a successful crowdfunding effort, the teeny Arduino-based robotics and programming learning tool could be swarming toward backers in the coming months.  Read More

The Phipps Center for Sustainable Landscapes has recently received full Living Building Ch...

The Center for Sustainable Landscapes (CSL) at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has become the first building to obtain the world's four highest sustainable building standards, according to Phipps. The facility has just added Living Building Challenge certification to its list of credits.  Read More

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