World’s thinnest smartphone is Vivo X5Max at just 4.75mm

Vivo, a smartphone manufacturer in China, have announced their latest device as the X5Max and it is the world’s thinnest phone at just 4.75mm in thickness. The device is top of the range with a construction of stainless steel and is packed with internals that are high end.The device is very thin and you can compare it against the...

Cicret brings James Bond style touchscreen to your arm

Wearable devices are the in thing at the moment and the latest kid on the block looking to steal some of the limelight is the Cicret. It puts a touch screen onto the arm of the wearer that would not look out of place in a James Bond movie.The idea for Cicret came up 12 months ago and...

Pepper the humanoid robot will leave Japan and arrive in US next year

We have heard about Pepper the robot with some time ago when it was designed in Japan. This is said to be the first robot to have emotions and it is the attempt of Softbank to introduce affordable Androids to people. Now the robot is leaving its native Japan and will be making its way over to the...

Keecker is the egg shaped entertainment system and more

Keecker is described by its designers as the first HomePod in the world that will transform your home and allow your imagination to become a reality. The designers say that the system can take your house to the very next level as any wall can become a TV screen and any room can be turned into a concert...

Ninebot One: the self-balancing unicycle lets you glide effortlessly around the streets

Monowheels, or seatless self-balancing electric unicycles, are continuing to gain momentum, with several companies now making products similar to 2011’s Solowheel and prices are coming down quickly. Now, there’s new competition on the block in the form of the Ninebot One which offers 12 mph (20 kmh) fun with a range of 18 miles (30 km) on a...

The Brio power outlet knows the difference between fingers and an appliance

The creators of the Brio power outlet designed it so that it would keep children safer around the home. The outlet is a smart and safe one that the designers say can tell the difference between an electrical appliance being plugged into it and a child’s finger, and will only put the power on when it detects an...

Jaguar working on ghost navigation and transparent roof supports

Earlier on in the year Jaguar showed off their transparent bonnet concept and since, they have been loooking into making other parts of their car transparent. They have now turned their attention to the roof support pillars of the car along with a ghost navigation system.They have given the technology the names of the 360 Virtual Urban Windscreen and...

Sony announce module that turns any eyewear into Google Glass rival

Sony has announced that it is developing a module that can be clipped onto any pair of normal glasses and turn them into a Google Glass rival. The hardware can function on its own and offers a single OLED display with a high pixel density that they claim offers superior image quality. To try and give the headset a kick-start,...

Amsterdam Light Festival visitors treated to ghost ship visuals

Visitors attending the Amsterdam Light Festival have been treated to some spooky goings on with an appearance from a ghost ship. The ghost ship can be seen moored on the canal and is all thanks to modern technology.If you are heading to the Amsterdam Light Festival you can take in the Ghost Ship located just off the island of Oosterdok...

The X PlusOne drone can hover and fly 100kmh

Google’s Project Wing has been working on a VTOL (Vertical Take Off and Landing) drone that can deliver parcels that also switches to fixed wing for flight. This allows it to fly much faster than your traditional drone. Up until now there hasn’t been a commercially viable product of such, but you may be able to get your hands...