2015 Detroit NAIAS Auto Show

Waterproof

The Nyne Aqua is a floating, wireless stereo system (Photo: Eric Mack/Gizmag)

Last year's International CES (the 2014 show) was chock full of Bluetooth speakers, and one of the few that stood out from the pack was Nyne's floating, waterproof Aqua speaker. Gizmag has since had the chance to test one out and see if it truly sinks or swims.  Read More

The Saygus V2 is a smartphone from a little company out of Salt Lake City, Utah with ambit...

The mobile world moves at lightning speed. A few months after the specs on the Droid Turbo wowed us and just one day after the LG G Flex 2 showed off a new top-of-the-line chipset, we meet the Saygus V2, a smartphone from a little company out of Salt Lake City, Utah with ambitions to take on the biggest names in the business.  Read More

Mavari is a surf cloak with a range of different uses

Mavari is a cleverly conceived "surf cloak" that uses a triple-layer fabric to keep you warm and dry in bad weather, and dry you off after a session in the water. Its versatile design also means it can be folded into a backpack.  Read More

The HexH2o can land on the water and shoot below the surface

Readers who checked out our recent article on the Seahorse human-powered airboat may have noticed something at least as impressive in the accompanying video – a camera-equipped quadcopter that can land on the water to shoot underwater footage. It's called the QuadH2o, and is made by a Thailand-based company of the same name. Now, that drone is about to be joined by a companion that sports another two propellers, along with some other extra features. It's time to say hello to the HexH2o.  Read More

The creators of the Mars speaker say that with the speaker levitating, it limits wave abso...

With the Bluetooth speaker marketplace becoming increasingly crowded, designers are looking at their products from new angles to gain an edge over the competition. For Honk Kong-based startup Crazybaby, this included the speaker's underside, with the team developing a levitating Bluetooth speaker that floats above its charging station to project sound from every surface.  Read More

The Ora Unica is an ordinary watch made extraordinary by its unusual face

The Ora Unico from Nava Design may just be an analog watch, but it's an analog watch that looks like no other on the market. The stainless steel case and leather strap are nothing out of the ordinary, but the face is truly unique. So much so that those who don't know its secret may not be able to read the time.  Read More

A flower petal treated with WetForce-enabled sunscreen, before and after exposure to water...

Most people generally think of water and sweat as being things that hinder the effectiveness of sunscreen – even in cases where it's billed as being waterproof. According to Shiseido, however, its newly-developed WetForce technology not only keeps water from compromising sunscreen, but actually uses it to help block UV rays.  Read More

The Brigadier is dust and shock proof

Lately, smartphones are growing larger, lighter and thinner, making them increasingly frail to the point where we might have to worry about a $1,000 iPhone 6 Plus warping or bending in a back pocket. Amid this strange new status quo, the Kyocera Brigadier is the increasingly rare phone that need not be handled with care.  Read More

Logitech is offering spill-resistance and mechanical keys with its new Key-to-go keyboard

Logitech, a company that's no stranger to making keyboards for all kinds of devices, is launching Key-to-go – a new wireless iOS keyboard that features mechanical keys and a waterproof covering. This means users get the feedback of mechanical keys without having to worry about spills.  Read More

Ricoh's soon-to-be-released WG-30

Amateur underwater photographers – or simply anyone who thinks they might get their camera wet – will have a couple of new camera options to choose from in the coming months. That's when Ricoh will be releasing its new WG-30 and WG-30W cameras, both of which are submersible to a depth of 12 meters (39 ft).  Read More

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