If you're looking for a high-tech thermostat, but Nest and its competitors aren't quite to your liking, ZenWithin has a new product it is about to launch on Indiegogo. The Zen Thermostat is a square LED-studded thermostat that, if all proves successful, will hit shelves for $150 to $200 USD.
Vital Connect's newest wearable, the HealthPatch MD, is a health-centric device different than most medical wearables we've seen. Unlike wristbands and such, the HealthPatch MD is targeted more towards doctors and newly-released patients, and as such it takes its job seriously: the device, among other things, encrypts the wearer's health data to HIPPA standards.
Disney has taken its puppets to some incredible levels, but all of them will pale in comparison to what it has planned for the future. According to some patents that have surfaced, Disney is looking to add drones to its entertainment arsenal, reserving them for use with puppets of all sizes.
Modern gadgets are a lot of things: sleek, shiny, angular. They're beautiful by all accounts -- but not necessarily suited to your tastes. If you're more of a rustic log cabin type than a modern high-rise condo owner, the QuarterWave Bluetooth speaker will match your style with a hearty dose of worn wood.
Netflix has confirmed rumors that it acquired The Blacklist, though it hasn't given confirmation about the leaked amount it paid for the show: a rumored $2 million per episode. If you haven't watched the show yet and aren't sure what all the hoopla is about, you'll get your chance to stream it starting September 7th.
The third Porsche Design Blackberry handset, the P'9983, has leaked in full, at least according to the folks at BBIN. Consumers will be looking at a glass-weave backing, as far as design goes, and a camera protected by sapphire glass. We've got a full list of what else the handset offers after the jump.
Spinal injuries are often life-changing, and the solutions are decidedly archaic, sometimes involving surgical cement and screws. The future is finally upon us, however, and with it comes the first implanted 3D printed vertebra. Using 3D printing, the vertebra is designed to match the patient's spine.
Instagram gives users a fair number of options for personalizing images snapped with their smartphone's camera. Given that every user has their own personal tastes and shooting styles, it makes sense that trends between images will surface, something that is exemplified by the new service Metagramme.