"Gadget" is a catch-all word these days for nifty devices. We've covered the basics, such as clocks & watches, plus delved into the world of present-day and future high-tech gadgets, such as digital jewelry and restaurant pagers.
Can I turn my iPhone into a guitar amp?
Are premium audio cables worth the investment?
Earbuds vs. Headphones
A Breathalyzer for Drugs? We're Not There Yet
Wearable Alcohol Sensor Could Text You if You're Too Drunk
Top 5 Green Automotive Gadgets to Help You Save Gas and Save Money
How Rolex Came to Rule the Wrist
How the Pebble Watch Works
10 Ways Watches Have Evolved
People Still Use Fax Machines, But, Um, Why?
How Thermal Fax Machines Work
History of the Fax Machine
Running While Female: Safety Apps and Tech
How can a bracelet track your heart rate?
How Athos Clothing Works
New MIT Headset Can 'Hear' Your Thoughts and Respond
Is It Time for Civilians to Start Wearing Their Own Body Cameras?
How Amazon Echo Works
Google Home Speakers Argue, Talk About Their Feelings on Twitch
Why Some People Are Refusing 'Smart' Utility Meters in Their Homes
The Uber-popular Aeron Chair Was First Made for Grandma
Self-stabilizing 'Smart' Utensils Counteract Hand Tremors
Salty Fork for Salty Folk
How Digital Shopping Lists Work
12 Exciting VR Applications Other Than Gaming
How Haptic Footwear Works
Wearable Tech for Pets: A Whole New Way to Call Your Dog
How Satellite Phones Work
How Electronic Language Translators Work
How Apple Airport Express Works
MIT's AlterEgo allows you to control a computer and ask it questions without ever uttering one word. It could mean profound changes on how we communicate.
For decades now virtual reality (VR) has dangled on the fringes of technology without ever truly achieving accepted mainstream adoption or commercial success. But according to Citigroup analyst Kota Ezawa, 2016 will be the year that VR finally gains widespread recognition and approval. By 2019 the VR market is expected to top $200 billion after accounting […] The post 12 Exciting VR Applications Other Than Gaming appeared first on Goliath.
By Wes Walcott
In an effort to capture a wider market, the makers of a police body cam have adapted their product and introduced the Venture wearable camera. Will it catch on?
And it's strangely entertaining.
What if you couldn't lift a spoon to your mouth without tipping out the contents? A robotic utensil may make this frustrating scenario a problem of the past.
Soon we might rely on flexible wearable monitors to replace breathalyzers and analyze sweat, notifying us if we've had one too many — or are near the limit.
The utility industry and environmentalists see smart utility meters as modernizing the nation, but some claim privacy and health risks. Is that just paranoia?
Swiveling around in an Aeron chair can make a lowly assistant feel like an executive. But how did it get so big?
By Alia Hoyt
Someone should invent a jacket that automatically adjusts to keep you comfortable no matter the temperature inside or out. Someone just did.
Want to ditch those reading glasses for specs that won't make your head spin every time you look around? One company is working on glasses that do all the heavy lifting.
By Chris Opfer
With this new breed of smart collars, you'll know when your dog is napping, frolicking or needing a boost in activity levels.
Present day Apple is one of the richest and most powerful companies in the world. Lately, it seems they can do no wrong. The iPad was ridiculed in 2010 by tech experts as an unnecessary toy — until they sold almost 20 million units in the first year alone. People line up for days in […] The post 14 Apple Products That Failed Miserably appeared first on Goliath.
By Devon Taylor (@DevonTaylor113)
Superheroes are amazing for many reasons but mostly because of their super speed, super strength, invisibility powers, x-ray vision, you name it. Everyone has had the debate about why their favorite superhero is the best and while they are all incredible, some really don’t have any powers to speak of and need a bit more […] The post The 9 Best Superhero Gadgets And Accessories appeared first on Goliath.
By Telisa Carter