Connie Cheng and Leonardo Bonanni have created the Intelligent Spoon, a cooking concept that will force you to use a computer the next time you just want to make some damn pudding. The Intelligent Spoon is equipped with various sensors that calculate a dish's temperature, acidity, salinity, and viscosity. The readings from the spoon are sent over a cable to a computer that will calculate and display the results and offer cooking suggestions. Future plans for the intelligent spoon include adding a sensor that will estimate the number of times you'll ruin that spaghetti recipe before you give up and slap a hot pocket into the microwave.
Samsung has released three new concept PCs that are completely different than anything else on the market. There aren't any specs attached, just totally unique designs. Personally I think they're awesome. Why have a boring old box for a PC when you can have this, uh, futuristic... / Continue →
The concept of Static! Power-Aware Cord is to give you a visual representation of how much energy you're using. Rather than covering it up, the cord lights up with glowing pulses, flows, and different intensities of light depending on the amount of energy going through. So now ... / Continue →
Alienware probably has the greatest computer cases available. Dell not so much. Put the two together and what do you get? The weirdest looking computer you've ever seen. Dubbed the XCS, the case seems to use peripherals like cartridges, possibly allowing for the swapping of har... / Continue →