Peter Hess
at 11:16 AM Dec 2 2016
Gadgets // 

When two or more buckyballs get together in your intestines, it's a bad time.

Corinne Iozzio
at 16:02 PM Nov 23 2016
Gadgets // 

Leaked Black Friday ads have changed the shopping game for bargain hunters, says Stephen Baker, veteran tech industry analyst at market research firm NPD Group. Now, he says, people who queue up hours before store openings can be better informed about what they're waiting in line for, and whether it's worth their time (and shivering).

Mary Beth Griggs
at 09:29 AM Nov 18 2016
Mobile // 

It's not just your cell phone that contains tons of information about you. The grime of daily life that coats it – that all-too-familiar greasy gunk – is basically just another unflattering selfie.

Xavier Harding
at 11:19 AM Nov 2 2016
Gadgets // 

The circle has been the shape of choice for drills and their resulting handiwork, but Quadsaw seeks to change that. The tool created by London startup Genius IP augments the drill you already own with an attachment that allows you to put a square or rectangle opening in your wall.

Jamie Leventhal
at 11:19 AM Nov 2 2016
Gadgets // 

Ever wanted to cut an outline of China out of a china plate, or to cut a wee knife out of a larger knife blade? A new tool lets you easily and cheaply cut just about any shape out of any material—using the power of water.

Peter Hess
at 14:10 PM Oct 27 2016
Mobile // 

Many of the UK's iconic red telephone booths may not be around for much longer. Starting next year, BT will start replacing London telephone booths with WiFi terminals. These sidewalk kiosks will allow people to charge their phones and access high-speed wireless internet for free. Intersection, the company behind the LinkNYC WiFi kiosks, is collaborating with BT and Primesight, a UK outdoor advertising company.

Xavier Harding
at 14:10 PM Oct 27 2016
Mobile // 

The iPhone 7 may have just launched, but Apple fans dialed in to the latest rumors surrounding the next iPhone know the company has something big coming. Rumors of an iPhone with a reduced bezel at the top and bottom of the face have hit the interwebs, suggesting that Apple wants to go all out for its 10th anniversary iPhone. Luckily for Android users, Xiaomi has beaten them to the punch by a year.

 
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