A Japanese phone maker’s journey through every cell phone trend in history, from two-tone LCDs and big buttons to full-color touchscreens and 4G Internet. From NTT Docomo and Designboom.
This is the heart rate monitor that wirelessly transmits pulse readings to an iPhone. The monitor straps comfortably to a forearm and automatically transmits readings via Bluetooth to an iPhone. A free app displays real-time pulse readings, target heart rate […]
Using free downloadable applications that take advantage of an iPhone’s accelerometer–the 3D environments move when the iPhone is moved–the viewer is held to the eyes like a pair of binoculars; two finger holes in the bottom enable access to an […]
The included video player transmits first-person, high-definition video of trails, hills, and city streets in the majestic landscapes of northern Italy and the southwestern United States to a television. The treadmill automatically raises or lowers to simulate the incline of […]
This is the stand that transforms an iPhone into a more comfortable cordless handset phone. With the handset in one hand, your other hand is free to navigate an iPhone’s applications, such as calendars, e-mail, and the Internet. An iPhone […]