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DriBarz are windshields for cyclists' hands

Cyclists who ride in the rain typically stay dry by wearing waterproof-yet-breathable jackets and pants.

Motion sickness could be avoided via a zap to the scalp

While many of us may have experienced a bit of queasiness on unusually rough flights or boat trips, some people suffer from extreme motion sickness even under relatively calm conditions.

Samsung AddWash opens the door to adding extra items during a wash cycle

While front-loading washing machines do have their advantages, one thing is better about top-loaders – if you want to add a piece of laundry to a load that's already being washed, you can just open the lid and chuck it in.

New study casts doubt on Mars valley formation theory

A new study has revealed that during the period in which the red planet's distinctive valleys supposedly formed, the Martian atmosphere may have already been too depleted to maintain the free-running water that it is believed to have carved out the geological features...

Hands-on: Huawei Mate S

Huawei's Mate S flagship has some interesting functionality in the form of Force Touch and "Knuckle Sense," but it also looks like a sweet all-around handset in its own right.

Acer's new Predator gaming notebooks will ship in 15- and 17-inch screen sizes

At IFA 2015 in Berlin, Germany Acer unveiled its new line of Predator gaming notebooks. The Acer Predator 15 and 17 lines have been designed with gamers in mind, including some advanced connectivity and cooling, along with built-in audio with Dolby surround sound...

Kodak's 360-degree action camera goes 4K

Another day at IFA 2015, and another 360-degree camera has been given a video resolution bump. Yesterday the Ricoh Theta S made the move to Full HD video recording, today it's the turn of Kodak's spherical-shooting action camera, which has jumped to 4K.

The Sphero BB-8 droid lets you own a piece of Star Wars

Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens doesn't hit cinemas until December, but already the rolling, bleeping BB-8 droid that features in it has proved a hit with audiences.

Huawei Watch hands-on: The most fashionable Android Wear watch yet

Earlier this week, we finally got pricing and release details on the Huawei Watch. It's priced a little higher than some of its competition, but does its high-end build make it worth the extra cash?

Olloclip's new lens takes macro shots with an iPhone 6

Following its recent Studio iPhone-enhancing case and accessory system, Olloclip has unveiled a new macro lens kit for the iPhones 6 and 6 Plus at this year's IFA.

Google makes its Street View app as much about fun as practicality

Google has released a new Street View app to accompany its Maps app. Users are still able to view Street View from within Maps, but the separate Street View app offers a variety of additional functionality.

Snooz sound helps you sleep sound

Have you ever found that the sound of a fan has helped you drift off to sleep? Well a new device is inspired by just that phenomenon.

Myfox security camera keeps watch on your home, respects your privacy

If you only want your home security camera to keep vigil on your home while you're away, and not watch you while you're there, you could just disable it when you walk through the door.

ModRoof promises a safer shelter for low-income families

Metal and concrete corrugated roofs are a ubiquitous feature on homes and shelters worldwide due to their low-cost, but they're really not very good at their job.

Fantic serves up electric fat bikes two ways

Fat bikes and electric bikes have been two of the biggest trends in bicycles over the past few years, and they've even mated to create a new category.

World's first magnetic "wormhole" produces magnetic monopole

It may not instantly whisk you to far-flung reaches of the universe like the gravitational wormholes of Stargate, Star Trek and Interstellar, but researchers at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) claim to have created the first experimental wormhole that links two regions of space magnetically...

Startpoint project imagines the pride of the Royal Navy in 2050

In 1906, the battleship HMS Dreadnought entered into service with the Royal Navy. With her 12-in (305 mm) guns, high speed capabilities and other innovations, she rendered all other major warships obsolete.

DJI adds intelligent flight modes to Phantom 3 family

Last month, DJI released the Phantom 3 Standard drone, which slotted in below the Phantom 3 Advanced and Phantom 3 Professional in the company's lineup.

3D printer extrudes molten glass to produce objets d'art

The list of materials capable of being extruded through a 3D printer seems to grow by the week, moving well beyond plastics, food and metals to now include another unlikely substance: glass.

3D printer extrudes molten glass to produce objets d'art

The list of materials capable of being extruded through a 3D printer seems to grow by the week, moving well beyond plastics, food and metals to now include another unlikely substance: glass.