In January, Gizmag traveled around Germany to the Boot Dusseldorf and ISPO Munich shows. We've covered many of our finds already, but both shows were so filled with new gear and innovation, we combined some of the remaining ones into a large gallery.
We've seen plenty of smartphone mounts for bikes, along with a lot of handlebar-mounted speakers. The Allo speaker/case, however, is claimed to be the first device to combine the two in one unit.
Braven has announced the immediate availability of its new BRV-X outdoor speaker. It has a built-in battery that can be used to charge other portable devices, and is described by the company as "the tank of mobile speakers."
Architectural firm Moatti-Rivière has been tasked with giving the Eiffel Tower's first floor a makeover, which includes improved accessibility features and sustainable technology.
According to the World Health Organization, there were approximately 207 million cases of malaria worldwide in 2012, 627,000 of which proved fatal. Manu Prakash hopes to lower those numbers, using his disposable folding paper microscope.
Part of being a kid is playing outside and exploring, so it's impossible to keep an eye on your children at all times. With this in mind, GPS tracking for kids has become increasingly popular. The hereO watch is the latest GPS tracking device aimed at providing parents with peace of mind.
When it comes to assessing the condition of someone's eyes, it's usually necessary to utilize large, expensive contraptions such as those found in an ophthalmologist's office. Now, scientists from Stanford University have created an inexpensive system that allows smartphones to do the job.
The BBC's online TV catch-up platform, iPlayer, was launched on Christmas Day 2007. Since then it has been through a number of iterations and now serves 10 million program requests daily. Today, the Beeb has announced the latest update to the iPlayer.
A new, highly insulated, automated pet door lets pets in and out without breaching thermal standards. The electronic, programmable, personalized Petwalk caters to design- and energy-conscious pet lovers.
Looking to allow extra room for performance for electric bike users are Milwaukee-based inventors Dustin Herte and Ryan Bass, whose Odyssey electric trike, fitted with a 4 kW motor, can reach speeds of up to 50 mph (80 km/h).