Forget the theremin—now you can makescience fiction-sounding music just by waving your arms in the air. London-based singer-songwriter Imogen Heap has designed a pair of digital gloves that allow her to perform elaborate otherworldly symphonies by sculpting the air with her hands. For the past four years she has worked with a team of engineers and designers, including scientists from NASA and MIT, to create the sleek e-textile gloves, which are full of chips and sensors. The gloves allow the wearer to remotely manipulate recorded sound and musical tracks by waving the arms, pointing the fingers, making a fist, rotating the wrists, or air drumming an entire virtual drum kit. 

Power Glove Makes Music With the Wave of a Hand

What do you want in a speaker? That question used to have an easy answer, but as the technology inside our gadgets becomes cheaper and more powerful, the answer isn’t so simple. Talk to someone buying a new smartphone and they probably won’t say call quality is their main concern. A smartwatch shopper might not even mention timekeeping. So when it comes to bluetooth speakers, sure, users want something that sounds great. But what about color options, material, NFC pairing, charging ability, battery life, speakerphone, or speaker-to-speaker connectivity? This questions lingered in our mind as we tested the Bose Soundlink Bluetooth III. This speaker is strictly business, providing a top-tier audio experience. But in the ever-evolving bluetooth speaker market, does it have enough appeal to stand out from its worthy competitors?


Bose Soundlink III Speaker Review: Uninspired Greatness

What do you want in a speaker? That question used to have an easy answer, but as the technology inside our gadgets becomes cheaper and more powerful, the answer isn’t so simple. Talk to someone buying a new smartphone and they probably won’t say call quality is their main concern. A smartwatch shopper might not even mention timekeeping. 

So when it comes to bluetooth speakers, sure, users want something that sounds great. But what about color options, material, NFC pairing, charging ability, battery life, speakerphone, or speaker-to-speaker connectivity? This questions lingered in our mind as we tested the Bose Soundlink Bluetooth III. This speaker is strictly business, providing a top-tier audio experience. But in the ever-evolving bluetooth speaker market, does it have enough appeal to stand out from its worthy competitors?

Bose Soundlink III Speaker Review: Uninspired Greatness

Learn how to fix your busted headphones, smartphone screen and PC fan. 

3 Simple DIY Gadget Fixes

An amazing look into the current state of 3D printing.

Printshow NYC: 3D Printing Comes to Fashion, Medicine, and Art

Ice doesn’t last, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get creative with it.

8 Cool Things You Can Do With Ice

Moniker, a Texas company that started with two guys and a little seed money, will put customized guitars in the hands of everyday guitarists. Have it your way, because mass customization is the future of manufacturing.

Design Your Own Guitar—This Startup Will Build It

The Solemate Max wireless speaker comes with the sound to fit its size.


Jabra Solemate Max Review: Bigger Yet Similar

The Solemate Max wireless speaker comes with the sound to fit its size.

Jabra Solemate Max Review: Bigger Yet Similar

You can blame it on lightsabers or Bond villains, but there’s something pretty empowering and flat-out fun about using lasers. Especially when you don’t really need one.

7 Tools and Toys for Frickin’ Laser Lovers

A cheap way to put wireless audio in any car without adding unsightly cords or even changing the appearance of the factory audio system.