Our cyberpunk future is (almost) here. LG Display just introduced a handful of new transparent OLED displays that can be used in retail stores to help get you psyched about certain products or to virtually display artwork and other information. Some will even allow users to add VFX features, like an overlay.
And despite just being concepts, their designs are just as fascinating as their implications are promising. They could easily evolve into tech we use in new vehicles, smartphones, TVs, or even beyond, with futuristic billboards, HUDs, and more. Read our top story for more. And stick with us! The Consumer Electronics Show is next week, and we’ll no doubt bring you plenty of stories futuristic tech concepts, and maybe even tech reality.
Did you eat way too much this past week? We did too. Maybe the FightCamp at-home boxing fitness program Sarah reviewed can make us skinny again.
Placards, banners, and physical product displays are so last year … at least that’s what LG thinks. In fact, LG Display just released the transparent OLED Shelf that can augment and display artwork, along with a variety of other creative prototype and concept displays. Read More »
So you’ve got a little time on your hands, some extra money in your pocket, and the desire to get a new computer. Looks like it’s time to finally buckle down and see what all this “build your own desktop” stuff is about. Read More »
We’re all familiar with fitness trackers and their ability to track general health metrics, like your heart rate. But what about a smaller and more powerful wearable? Movano’s new smart ring can help people monitor their chronic illnesses, which is a big step forward … if it can secure FDA approval. Read More »
Samsung may rule the world of foldables right now, but it looked like Motorola was a real contender for a brief moment. Its Razr foldable hit all the right nostalgic notes and not much else. Now it seems like a sequel is on the way to hopefully right what once went wrong. Read More »
Home is where the heart is, especially when it’s 3D printed and completed with just enough time to move in before Christmas. One family in Virginia just finished purchasing this house through Habitat for Humanity, and it was the ultimate holiday gift. Read More »
Make your laptop easier to see when you place it on your desk with this minimalist aluminum laptop stand. It’s compatible with 10-16-inch laptops from major brands like Apple, Lenovo, HP, Dell, and more. The riser elevates your laptop six inches off a table or desk for ergonomics, so you can use it while still maintaining proper posture and reducing the likelihood of eye strain and back or neck pain. It’s made of 5mm aluminum alloy, which acts as a thermal pad to help dissipate heat and keep your laptop cool. Plus, it can support up to 22 pounds.
Earlier this year, Google unfurled a feature in Google Fit that’d allow Android users to track key vitals directly with their phone without having to use a companion smartwatch or fitness tracker. And now, Google has quietly rolled out the same ability for iPhone users. Read More »
One of the benefits of electric vehicles is reduced maintenance costs. But for one Finn, the cost of repairing his Tesla came up to $22,800. So he took the only logical course of action: strap dynamite to it and blow the Tesla to smithereens. And naturally, load the glorious video to YouTube. Read More »
On the surface, FightCamp may look like just another punching bag, but it’s really an all-encompassing fitness program with fantastic coaches, workout classes, and smart punch trackers that show you how well you’re doing. Read More »
If you’re looking for a tempered glass screen protector, you’ve almost certainly seen some of them advertise “9H hardness.” What does hardness mean? Is 9H good? It’s time for a closer look at what this rating means. Read More »
Stuck with a gift or two you don’t like? Well, if it’s from Amazon, you’re in luck! You can return most gifts by following these easy steps. And the best part? The gift-giver will never know! Read More »