The search for the perfect mobile, off-grid living solution continues. The ADAK Trailer is the solution that happens when a group of lifelong sportsmen get to talking about what's wrong with camper design while sipping drinks around a campfire. It combines ride-anywhere grit and spacious living.
The LG G3 is a beast of a phone (or, if you prefer, "phablet"). If you've picked up LG's latest flagship, perhaps you're looking for some tips and tweaks that will help you to get the most out of your purchase? Let Gizmag lend a hand.
To a web developer, the web is a canvas and the code is a pot of paints — there really is that much creative scope — and the nice thing is, all you need to get you started is a computer, a web connect...
It seems like hardly a week goes by without our hearing about another automated safety feature for cars. Now, in order to help foster the development of more such concepts, a new Swedish test-track facility has begun operations.
If you’re regularly out and about, then you’ll likely want a case for your device that can offer it some serious protection. Read on as we highlight five great options for keeping your precious handset out of harm’s way.
If you've ever had to separate different types of plastic for recycling, then you'll know how much it slows down the recycling process. A new system, however, identifies plastic types automatically.
NASA is set to launch a new satellite with the capacity to measure soil moisture on a global scale. Once operational, SMAP will provide the most detailed and comprehensive moisture maps ever created, with an efficiency unattainable under current methods.
LEDs are being phased into use everywhere from living rooms to offices to car headlights to street-lighting. Whilst these uses are practical, for something a little more exciting we can look to Nike. Its House of Mamba basketball court uses an LED surface for graphics, video and player-tracking.
London's skyline appears to reach ever higher to the sky. Earlier this year it was claimed that 230 new towers were being planned in the city. That figure includes the Leadenhall Building, which sits close to the Gherkin and has a tapering profile so as not to impede views of St. Paul's Cathedral.
Since 1950, automobile aficionados have flocked to Pebble Beach to celebrate the world's rarest and most collectible cars. This weekend’s 2014 show saw not only the gathering of Tatras and rare Ferrari Testarossas but also the latest in concept and production cars.