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  • August 19, 2014
    This is the OM/ONE, a spherical magnetically levitating Bluetooth speaker. It levitates and plays music. Plus has a microphone so you can use it for conference calls. The sphere can also be removed from the base and function as a wireless speaker for up to 15 hours. $179 ge... / Continue →
  • January 24, 2014
    This is a bra designed by Japanese lingerie manufacturer Ravijou that has a front clasp that will only release when "true love" is detected via a special heart-rate monitor and magical algorithms. But what if you're going to bed alone and just don't want to sleep in your bra?!... / Continue →
  • September 23, 2013
    That's not the same blue! This is a Kickstarter for Nix, a $99 Bluetooth enabled smartphone accessory that can identify the color of anything you rest it on, so you can paint your office the exact same color of that coffee shop you really love. Granted it won't look as good i... / Continue →
  • October 2, 2012
    Because who wouldn't want to look like this crazy couple (I don't even think the girl has a phone and brobro looks like he's in the middle of calling an ambulance for the dead squirrel he can't stop staring at), Hi-Fun is going to start selling these Hi-Call $65 Bluetooth enabl... / Continue →
  • March 27, 2012
    This is a fridge magnet that you press to automatically order your favorite pizza combo from Red Tomato Pizza in Dubai. Don't live in Dubai? Then you're stuck ordering online or calling LIKE SOME F***ING CAVEMAN HOBO. The device works via Bluetooth and is synced to your smar... / Continue →
  • March 23, 2010
    This is Tokyoflash's latest exclusive design, the Kisai Escape C. What the hell is a Kisai Escape C? CHILL OUT I'M ABOUT TO TELL YOU COPY/PASTE THE PRODUCT INFO, SON! Escape C is a wireless hub that can be paired with your cell phone to make and receive calls hands free and ... / Continue →
  • June 19, 2009
    This is tennis star Mario Maria Sharpova showing off a new dress that lights up whenever you receive a cell phone call. Pfft, the deaf have had this technology for years. It's the work of British fashion student Georgie Davies, who worked with Sony Ericsson on ways to merge t... / Continue →
  • September 18, 2008
    Some guy went and made himself a steampunk Bluetooth headset to accentuate his tophat and monocle. The fully functional earpiece is made out of Sculpey clay with watch parts stuck in it. And whether you're a fan of steampunk styling or not, I think we can all agree that I wis... / Continue →
  • September 16, 2008
    This hands-free cellphone holder was designed by Francesca Lanzavecchia and doubles as an excuse to park in handicapped spots. It comes complete with a stretchable rubber skin that fits over it so you can store your phone and cigarettes in there when not in use. Seems pretty ... / Continue →
  • January 22, 2008
    Victor Soto, an artist, came up with the idea for iRings. "The band acts as a touch-sensitive function strip. Swipe your finger across the band to control media playback and volume." While only conceptual, the device would feature an OLED display, a two day battery life, and ... / Continue →
  • January 22, 2008
    Brando, maker of some of the best products of the century is actually producing a product with some use -- the ultra-tiny USB Bluetooth Adapter. The unit "allows for a working range of more than 10 meters, with a 723 Kbps data rate transmission." They run $24 and are very sma... / Continue →
  • December 11, 2007
    The LM Technologies LM959 Bluetooth Vibrating Bracelet alerts you to incoming calls by discreetly vibrating. It also vibrates to warn you if you travel further than 5 meters away from your precious phone. It'll charge in 3 hours, last for 100 on a charge, and costs $48. The com... / Continue →
  • November 9, 2007
    Allegedly an employee of an undisclosed company that has been working on development of this phone sent some info to Gizmodo so that the company could "gauge interest in such a device". Well knowing how bonkers people are over cell phones, I imagine people will want it. Real ba... / Continue →
  • October 10, 2007
    The Tempo 250GB External Recycling Bin is exactly what it sounds like. Whenever you delete files they're automatically copied to the Tempo drive. As you throw more stuff away, the blue LEDs on the outside of the bin fill up too, indicating how much of the drive is used. While i... / Continue →
  • September 13, 2007
    The Hug Shirt, from CuteCircuit, is a Bluetooth accessory for cell phones. It has been in the works for awhile (so you may have seen it), but is allegedly hitting streets soon. Basically the shirt has a bunch of Bluetooth sensors and actuators in it. When you hug yourself th... / Continue →
  • August 24, 2007
    Mark Ecko, of Ecko Unlimited, is designing "digital citylights" that people can interact with using their cell phones via Bluetooth interface. You walk up to one of these monster LCD screens and spray digital graffiti with the cursor of your phone. Allegedly they're going to ... / Continue →