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This bladeless fan will cool you down without any irritating humming sound
The Dyson Cool fan is 75 per quieter than conventional air coolers.
Michael Aynsley March 8, 2014
The future of locks: Why smart home technology may lay the metal key to rest for good
Tired of misplacing those tiny metal keys? Your smartphone could soon become a virtual replacement.
Brittany Devenyi February 5, 2014
Someone has finally designed an alarm clock that won’t wake up your partner
The concept device features noise-cancelling earplugs, which are connected to a bedside alarm clock via Bluetooth.
Michael Aynsley January 25, 2014
Giant pin screen lets you become the face of the Sochi Olympics
The pavilion's kinetic facade is like a digital Mount Rushmore.
Michael Aynsley January 14, 2014
10 gadgets from CES 2014 that will make your home more futuristic than the Jetsons’
Who doesn't want an ultra HD bendable TV?
Michael Aynsley January 8, 2014
Advanced smoke alarm sends fire and air quality alerts to your smartphone
In the event of an emergency, Birdi will automatically notify emergency services.
Michael Aynsley January 6, 2014
Six futuristic household gadgets that will make your life way easier
It will be difficult to wash dishes and do your laundry after skimming this list.
Brittany Devenyi January 3, 2014
Meet DoorBot, the innovative video doorbell that will make techies swoon
The high-tech product lets you communicate with visitors through your smartphone.
Brittany Devenyi December 20, 2013
This arts center is a giant, playable Rubik’s Cube
The colors are created with LED lights, so you can't cheat by pulling off and rearranging stickers.
Michael Aynsley December 7, 2013
Robot lawnmowers will tend to this rooftop garden in Milan
The project will be part of World Expo Milano 2015.
Michael Aynsley November 30, 2013
Apple’s spacey new campus gets final approval
As part of the final deal for building the complex, Apple has agreed to increase the amount of taxes it pays to Cupertino
Joyce Chen November 21, 2013
Responsive robot lamps that interact with their surroundings
One light serves to illuminate the darkest corners of a room while the other follows around anything that moves.
Michael Aynsley November 16, 2013
How a 3D printer can build a 2,500-square-foot house in less than a day
The house would also cost less and be more energy-efficient.
Michael Aynsley October 28, 2013
From mummy repair to watch manufacturing, here are 7 unexpected uses of Lego
This past month, we've witnessed a lego-themed wedding and an advanced Google calendar made with the plastic bricks. What does the toy have in store for us next?
Brittany Devenyi October 4, 2013
IKEA begins selling solar panels in Britain, aims to bring them to new markets soon
This time, they're going to assemble it for you.
Sean MacKay September 30, 2013
Don’t look down! Science-fiction author designs 20-kilometre tall building
We hope you're not afraid of heights. If built, this record-breaking structure plans to launch rockets into space.
Brittany Devenyi September 25, 2013
Bathtub touchscreen, for those who can’t be away from technology for even a few minutes
Who needs a waterproof smartphone when you can turn your entire bathtub into a touchscreen? Well, people who like to tweet in the shower, we...
Michael Aynsley September 7, 2013
Don’t touch that pole: Banish grimy subway hands forever with the Rail Reach
The 30-gram tool folds up into a compact size that can be tossed into a purse or bag.
Joyce Chen August 28, 2013
New texting service for renters sends property info directly to users’ phones
Manaya's Text For Info is for renters who are tired of having to sift through scam-ridden Craigslist postings to find an apartment.
Michael Aynsley August 16, 2013
The 10 most popular places to check in on Facebook Mobile
Airports are the most common places people check-in to when using Facebook Mobile.
Samantha Martin August 14, 2013
Inventor Elon Musk reveals plan for high-speed, solar powered tube transport
Musk's Hyperloop is an innovative transportation system that would move passengers from Los Angeles to San Francisco in less than 30 minutes.
August 12, 2013
The 9 best real estate hacks found on Lifehacker
Streak free windows? Home dusting for pros? It's all here on Lifehacker!
Sean MacKay August 9, 2013
Yelp and ReachLocal join forces to simplify online home service bookings
The exclusive partnership between Yelp and ReachLocal will make it easy for people to book home services online.
Samantha Martin August 8, 2013
App of the week: A home security system you control from your phone
Canary is a smartphone-controlled security device with contains an HD video camera and sensors that track everything from motion to air quality.
Michael Aynsley July 27, 2013
New York to LA in 45 minutes: US company working on high-speed tube transport
A Colorado company is planning to build and test a tube transportation system that could exceed speeds of 4,000 miles per hour.
Michael Aynsley July 16, 2013
From Calgary to New York, watch cities grow over the last three centuries
3D renderings of urban growth in North American from the 19th century to today.
Michael Aynsley July 9, 2013
Social networking site maps the world’s architecture
Archilovers is a social network for architecture fans and professionals to post projects and exchange ideas and interests.
Michael Aynsley July 4, 2013
Curb appeal: Top 7 amazing innovations coming to a street near you
Maybe some of these are already inhabiting a street near you. If so... Lucky!
Sean MacKay June 10, 2013