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The laser-tipped Phree smartpen can “write” on virtually any surface and upload the data to a paired device.
The Halo Back screen protector answers the call of many iPhone users by adding a back button to the bottom left of the screen.
Being hailed as the world’s most flexible camera mount, the Gekkopod’s flexible legs can provide support on a wide range of surfaces.
The Autonomous Desk takes the standing desk to new levels—automatically—with its AI-powered adjustments.
Researchers have created a self-healing bio-concrete that uses bacteria to repair cracks before they can grow too large.
A piezoelectric rubber material able to generate energy when it stretches offers a flexible alternative to the more fragile ceramic versions.
The Survival Laces from Wasatch Outdoors conceal an emergency survival kit—including a fire starter kit—in a pair of ordinary-looking laces.
Intended to make computers for available for people in developing countries, the Endless PC system can work with a TV monitor and includes an array of specially-tailored apps.
Bring your data out of the cloud and onto your wrist with the ReVault, a wearable storage device that allows users to access stored data without needing to go online.
In one more step toward fighting superbug infections, researchers have created nanosponges that could be used to clean up bacterial toxins.
The crowd-funded Solartab solar charger keeps gadgets powered on-the-go with its extra-large surface area and adjustable angle design.
ShowerSPA allows you to add a shower gel to your shower with the turn of a dial, for a hands-free cleaning experience.
Unleash your dog’s inner photographer with Heartography, a camera system that will let your pet take a photograph of what excites him.
LG Display has unveiled a thin, flexible OLED screen that could make installing your next HDTV as easy as sticking it to the wall.
An implantable sensor developed by prosthetics manufacturer Ossur will allow the user to control the company’s prosthetic limb with “mind control.”
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