Artificial Intelligence – Visions (Art) of a Dying Synthetic Brain

The Ultimate Tech (the kind that thanks you when you break it) In spite of what you may be hearing through the press regarding efforts to build synthetic brains, a small company in a sleepy Midwest town has found a distinct advantage. They have already produced contemplative, brain-like systems having ten times the neurons of […]

Should We Fear Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now considered to be the most likely reason to be the end of humanity according to a number of thought leaders and scientific experts. In an open letter to the Future of Life Institute, signed by such men as Stuart Russell, Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk – these men have recommended that […]

When Wine and Technology Meet – Kuvée

Kuvée - smart wine bottle

What if you could enjoy a single glass of wine by pulling the liquid through the glass bottle and not even disturbing the cork? That would be like opening a fresh bottle of wine for every glass – at least for as long as the bottle lasted. Well, this is similar to the promise that […]

How to Design a Tech-Inspired Bachelor Pad

Tech has officially taken over. It’s everywhere. It’s integrated into your car and it’s accessible from the palm of your hands. So why should your home or apartment be any different? If you’re thinking about updating your pad with the latest and greatest from the tech world, here are a few solid tips to help […]

SENTIO – World’s First Open & Closed Headphone

This open/closed thing is a brilliant idea… and we’re about to tell you why. The 3D immersion and sound quality of an open back headphones is phenomenal, and we could only imagine how great it would be through a single driver from Rock Jaw. And this Sentio hast twin drivers – but we’re getting a little […]

Tech Features to Enhance Your Next Road Trip

Road trips are many things. They can be fun. They can be eye-opening. They can be a great way to get away. Some would even argue that road trips are one of the most quintessential modes of American travel. But one thing they’re usually not is comfortable. Think about it. You’re spending hours upon hours […]

Shaving Is Getting High Tech, and We’re Not Just Talking Razors

Gillette recently contacted Urbasm to test out some of their upcoming shaving innovations.  Putting aside my utter hatred for the Pats, I asked my editor Eric to put me in touch with them. When I opened the kit they sent, I found instructions to download an app entitled ShaveMetrics that synched with the razor provided.  […]

LumiWave Infrared Therapy – Portable Injury Recovery for the Armchair Athlete

If I could receive $100 for every injury-healing gadget I’ve ever wasted my money on over the years… well, I’d have a good start to getting back all the money I’ve spent. It just seems like there are a lot of promises floating around with very little delivery. Which is why it is nice to […]

SmartLock Bluetooth Padlock – It’s Got the Brawn and the Brains

The world does not really need any more ‘smart’ devices (please, no)… but in this one case, we’re going to make an exception. Dog & Bone has designed something pretty special with this LockSmart Keyless Bluetooth Padlock. Its stainless/alloy body is brawny, heavy and stout; its electronics are secure (128-bit encryption), weatherproof and intuitive; and […]

Gift that Keeps on Giving – A Home Battery

Tesla and Mercedes-Benz are expanding their lithium-ion technology into your homes with these home battery units (a.k.a. private energy storage plants). They can be charged in a number of ways, but would work particularly well with an existing roof full of solar panels. They function well as a backup power supply in outages and can also help […]