Dell has released photos of their first ever mini laptop, meant to be a low-cost alternative for developing countries.
Who needs a clunky old iPhone when you can play music through your third-generation iPod Nano into one of these sleeves with built-in speakers?
A slew of new products connect GPS technology with your paranoid fantasies, making it easier than ever for someone to track or be tracked.
The Van Der Led WM2 finally fulfills the Dick Tracy fantasies of the shrinking segment of the population who remembers who Dick Tracy is.
A portable sleeping cube geared towards workaholics who spend late nights at the office.
Digital cameras that look like old manual cameras.
A fully-automatic, basically silent mower that can pull extra energy from the sun.
A new sampler/synthesizer out of Japan that also puts on a light show.
A stretchy, bendable cellphone concept.
An absorbent bag for your greens.
Nokia's latest addition to its high-end mobile line is getting a lot of attention.
A new cheap, tiny, highly anticipated notebook computer.
The hypersonic A2 jet could take passengers at speeds up to 3,900 miles per hour.
Wacky motorized rollerskates that go up to 20mph are now on the market for a mere $600.
The Jelly Click is an extremely portable, travel-friendly computer mouse that you can blow up or deflate at whim.
Garmin, a company that makes GPS devices, enters the smartphone ring with the Nuvi.
Monome is a small Philadelphia-based hardware company that makes controllers for electronic music performance and new media art.
Apple releases the smallest and prettiest laptop on the planet.