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The 10 Most Innovative Gadgets for a Better 2014

Now that the dust has settled and the 2014 International CES is truly a thing of the past, it’s time to take a look at some of the products that were promised at the world’s largest consumer technology show. Remember, many of the items shows at CES are not quite ready for prime time. It takes months – almost the whole year in some cases – for these products to […]

What is being creative? [Video]

A reflection on What it means to be creative. Featuring a phone design-concept. Flip phone is based on a concept concieved during a 6 week long workshop done by my self Kristian Ulrich Larsen, Ewa Sendecka, Jeppe Vestergård and Victoria Kusk. It was then developed further for a semester by me Kristian Ulrich Larsen as part of my MA program at Kolding school of design dskd.dk

WP8 Concept Smartphone Looks Super Cool

Design is the one of the areas where we feel WP smartphones do pretty well. The Nokia Lumia 800 and 900 were considered by many (us included) as two of the best-looking handsets the industry has seen and virtually all of the recently announced WP8 handsets look equally as impressive. Yet when we saw the latest concept design posted on Yanko Design, we just fell in love with it. Inspired […]

New Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Video ad Lands on YouTube, Announcement to Come in Three Weeks

An official video ad of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was uploaded on YouTube. It focuses on the S-Pen input and unfortunately reveals nothing, but the supposedly retail design. The Galaxy Note 10.1 was initially announced at the MWC in February and was supposed to be powered by a dual-core Exynos chipset. Later, though, Samsung decided to delay the tablet and equip it with a better CPU. Here is the […]

Nikon announces new entry level D3200 DSLR

Nikon has updated its D3100 entry level DSLR with the new D3200. One of the major new features is a high-resolution DX format 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, up from the 14.2 megapixel sensor on the D3100. Despite the increased resolution, the new D3200 can now capture images at 4fps in burst mode, compared to 3fps on the D3100. Other changes include 1080p video recording at 30fps instead of 24fps, 920k […]

BrandTable Concept Shows NFC At The Food Court [Video]

Australian design firm S-Digital has created an interesting concept application for the use of NFC (near field communication) in food courts. Yes, food courts – like those found at your local mall. The project, dubbed “BrandTable,” involves circular stickers containing NFC tags secured to the tabletop that, when tapped with an NFC phone, launch a menu and ordering page for a particular restaurant. Using the mobile site, customers can place […]

[IFA 2011] Sony announces HMZ-T1 Head Mounted 3D Display, makes 3D officially cool again

Sony has announced the HMZ-T1, a new Head Mounted 3D Display, which they like to call “Personal 3D Viewer”. It’s basically the equivalent of watching a 750-inch 3D TV from a distance of 20m, along with a pair of surround sound headphones, except this time it’s personal. The crux of the HMZ-T1 are the two OLED panels. Each of these panels is only 0.7-inch in size and have a resolution […]

Razer announces Blade, their first ever Gaming Laptop

A few days back Razer had launched a website, pcgamingisnotdead.com, where they talked about how, PC gaming is not really dead and that it is superior to console gaming. They lso put up a counter on their site that hinted at an upcoming product but it wasn’t clear what it would be. But we know now. Yesterday, Razer announced their first ever gaming laptop, the Razer Blade, which they claim […]

Razer announces Tiamat, world’s first true 7.1 channel gaming headset

Razer has a reputation for making exciting accessories for the gamers but it seems this time they have something for the audiophiles as well. Although a surround sound headset won’t be high on the list of must-have items of an audiophile, mostly due to the emulation used to create the surround effect, the Tiamat steers clear of such gimmicks. It packs in not two or four but a grand total […]

i’m Watch is powered by Android, costs as much as a Vertu if you want it in gold

Watch phones are still fairly popular, but their main problem is that the models available aren’t very good. What if you could have a watch that’s powered by Android, is not a phone but can remotely control a smartphone and handle calls, show you incoming texts, notifications and so on and finally comes with a titanium or gold casing? I’m betting not many people have thought about just such a […]

Skype expands list of video calling supported droids, Xperia and Galaxy S owners rejoice

Skype has just added video calling support for an additional 17 popular droids with its latest ver. 2.1 for Android. Some of them are the HTC Flyer slate, Samsung Galaxy S II, the Xperia PLAY and more. The minimum requirement you have to cover is Android version 2.2 (Froyo) or above and even if your device isn’t blessed to be in the list of newly supported droids you should be […]

Razer announces Electra gaming headset for smartphones

Got fed up with the headset that came bundled with your phone? Razer has now launched a new pair of headphones targeted specifically at mobile phone gamers. The Razer Electra boasts of a powerful bass response that will bring your mobile games to life. It comes with dual detachable audio cables, one of which has a built-in microphone that works with iPhone, HTC and BlackBerry devices. It combines the headphone […]