Looking for a new pair of kicks, but none of them are quite fitting for your personality? Converse has introduced a new line of shoes in Japan that are anything but typical, dishing up Super Mario-themed shoes in varying colors.
So you want to design a pair of Adidas with your smartphone, do you you? The folks at Adidas Originals have let it be known that they’re bringing on a new mi Adidas customizing tool for their ZX Flux silhouette shoes specifically, letting you go big on the designs you want to execute. This tool will continue to work for iOS and Android, for the iPhone, smartphones of all kinds, and tablets as well.
Wearable tech is hot right now, with no subcategory more interesting than clothing. Something we wear daily, smart clothing has a unique inroad to connect us to the other thing we have on us daily — our smartphones. None are doing the clothing/smartphone cohesion better than OMSignal, who have opened their products up for pre-order.
Earlier this year, a crowd-funded device by the name of Aurora was made a reality. Funded several times over what its creators at iWinks requested, the company ended their campaign this January. Aurora is a device which allows its user to achieve lucid dreams - natural virtual reality, if you please.
SCOTTEVEST, maker of tech-centric clothing, has announced a new limited edition ware: the Knowmatic Hoodie, which was designed in collaboration with Staple Design's jeffstaple. The hoodie is being limited to a 350 unit run, and gets its design inspiration from 20th century dazzle camoflage.
While we’re far from convinced that the "HUVr" floating skateboard presented today is the genuine article, we’ve been seeing some other fantastic real-life Back to the Future gadgets and toys in the recent past. While the whole lot could be ramping up toward a fourth installment in the Back to the Future series of Steven Spielberg films, it’s far more likely that the spirit of the series is simple alive and well.
SlashGear is in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress 2014, and while we're primarily here for new devices like Samsung's Galaxy S5 and Nokia's X, it's also a great chance to road-test some new gear in intensive conditions. This year, as well as our usual complement of laptops, cameras, external battery packs, and more, the team is trying out SCOTTEVEST's latest gadget-friendly clothing, including the new Q.U.E.S.T. Vest, which has a total of 42 different pockets.
SCOTTEVEST is known for making clothing for the gadget enthusiast. Simply put, the clothing, whether it be pants or shorts, a jacket, or one of the many other options -- all have lots of pockets for carrying your gear. Those checking out SCOTTEVEST gear will find pockets large and small, and there is even some options for interior cable routing. That having been said, the folks at SCOTTEVEST have recently unveiled a few new pieces, one of which has the pocket count closing in on 50.