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Gizmag takes a hands-on look at two of the best-looking smartwatches of 2014, the Moto 360...

The first two Android Wear watches were very gadgety-looking affairs, but three recent releases add some style to Google's wearable platform. We have two of those – the Moto 360 and Asus ZenWatch – in house right now, and have a few thoughts on how they compare.  Read More

Boeing's latest ecoDemonstrator takes flight (Photo: Boeing)

If you're a major aerospace company and you want to assess a variety of environmentally-friendly technologies for use in your airplanes, do you spread those technologies out across several individual planes? Not always. Boeing uses an aircraft known as the ecoDemonstrator, the current version of which has recently been equipped to test 25 different onboard green tech innovations.  Read More

Flic is a small, wireless button that can be assigned to trigger any internet-connected ac...

If you're constantly doing the same thing on your phone and you wish there was just a button you could press instead, then you're in luck. Flic is a wireless button that you can set up to do a range of tasks. Examples include controlling lights, snoozing a phone alarm, playing music and triggering photos.  Read More

The pocket-friendly Mikme wireless microphone

The folks behind the Mikme microphone are aiming to make recording inspired moments of creativity as easy as possible, whenever and wherever you happen to be when the muse strikes. Though you can make use of the microphone on the ubiquitous smartphone, the captured audio probably isn't going to be a match for the Mikme's promise of studio-grade quality. The Mikme is also a versatile little beast, able to work as a battery-powered standalone microphone, be cabled to a computer via USB or wirelessly paired with a smartphone running a companion app.  Read More

University of Twente researcher Dian Borgerink, with a manipulator arm that he developed f...

In order to maintain a consistent buoyancy as their cargo loads change, ocean-going ships pump seawater in and out of their ballast tanks. Needless to say, that salty water isn't exactly the least-corrosive liquid in the world. That's why crews of inspectors regularly have to go inside those steel tanks, to check for damage. Thanks to the German/Dutch RoboShip project, however, autonomous robots may soon be performing the task.  Read More

Artist's impression of the four MMS spacecraft (Image: NASA)

NASA has released a video depicting the initial deployment of an undertaking designed to study a phenomenon known as magnetic reconnection. The launch of the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission will see four identical spacecraft deployed from a single Atlas V rocket, set to lift off from cape Canaveral, Florida, no earlier than March next year.  Read More

Onecue allows users to control a variety of home devices with simple hand gestures

One problem with the number of living room gadgets available now is the number of remote controls that we need to use them. A new device from eyeSight seeks to remedy this issue by turning the user into a universal controller. Onecue allows users to control a host of devices via hand gestures.  Read More

ImageTech aims to make printing from a smartphone or tablet possible on legacy printers, w...

Having a printer that can accept documents from a smartphone or tablet is great, but unfortunately, there are still a lot of legacy printers out there that can't print without wires. That's the problem that ImageTech is aiming to solve with its printWiFi and printUSB devices.  Read More

Picking a Windows hybrid can be a difficult decision, but Gizmag is here to lend a helping...

Desktop operating systems have traditionally been mouse and keyboard affairs, but since the introduction of Windows 8 we’ve seen a wealth of convertible, touchscreen-toting laptops and hybrid machines hit the shelves. With different systems taking notably different approaches to the 2-in-1 form-factor, picking a hybrid machine can be one of the toughest decisions in tech. Join Gizmag, as we compare the top Windows hybrids, aka convertibles or 2-in-1s.  Read More

The Coffee Gourmet is a one-cup coffee filter (Photo: TS Design)

There's no shortage of companies promising to make you the perfect cup of coffee. Amongst the recent devices Gizmag has covered are the smartphone-connected Arist and Bruvelo, as well as the 4-hour Imperial Proper Coffee Drip. The new Coffee Gourmet filter, however, is reportedly simpler and quicker.  Read More

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