The Fairphone 3 Is a More Powerful, Sustainable, Repairable Smartphone
In a field dominated by ecologically destructive smartphones, Fairphone hopes to make itself stand apart.
Edward Ongweso Jr
Packard Bell Was the King of 90s Computing. What Happened?
When it was a radio-maker, Packard Bell had a reputation for quality products. When a PC clone startup bought the name, that reputation fell apart—fast.
Fridge Cam! BedPhones! Here's a First Look at the Gadgets and Trends at CES 2016
The first preview event of CES 2016 is in the can, and I have some thoughts.
The Zune, Which You Probably Didn't Know Wasn't Dead, Is Dead
Yes, the Zune still exists. Or at least it did, until today.
This AR Device Turns Your Forearm into an Imaginary Tablet
The ARmKeypad combines a smart watch and specs so you can take notes on your arm.
Why There Aren't More Apple Watch Apps, According to Apple Watch Developers
TL;DR: it's a pain.
Apple's Wacky Vision of the Future From 1987 Never Gets Old
It's never a bad time for this classic 1987 forward-looking Apple ad.
There's Gold in Those Cell Phones, But It Comes at a Steep Price to the Environment
Every year Americans discard phones that contain more than $60 million in gold and silver, and those precious metals often end up overseas in toxic dumps
Inside the World's Biggest E-Waste Dump
215,000 tonnes of second hand consumer electronics, mainly from Western Europe and the US, come through Ghana a year.
Meet Splash Drone, The Waterproof Drone That Isn’t Scared to Swim
Drone’s up, dude.
A Slimmer Smartphone Means Mountains of E-waste
Thinner gadgets are not only harder to recycle, we can’t seem to part with them.
All the Things I Saw at CES
CES offers a portrait of a future that is already disintegrating, so move fast and try not to break too many things—and take lots of photos.