As a student in the textiles program at the Royal College of Art in London, Jungeun Lee wanted to find nothing less than a new way to make a garment. But after researching different yarns and methods and coming up empty, she just decided to make her own. The result, “Wrapped Garment,” uses synthetic fiber and a heating process to create three-dimensional, sculptural designs that require no cutting, weaving, or sewing.
Apple just announced its refreshed iPod line-up, and among the products came the long-rumored news that the iPod Nano would be getting a built-in video cam...but not the iPod Touch. It's a tad surprising, but still a clever move.
An Indian startup named TringMe announced a new platform this week that it says will allow developers to easily write voice-enabled apps and widgets for the Web. But to date, voice-over-IP is a technological underachiever. Could ...
With the astounding success of the Flip Ultra, a miniature, bare bones camcorder that retails for under $150, RCA [NASDAQ: VOXX] is feeling pressure to compete. To do that, they're refreshing their line of Small Wonder mini-camcorders, in the hopes of capturing some of the niche that Flip has so cunningly cornered. The new, improved Small Wonder cams will feature better video quality, more storage and different skins, but will lack a rechargable battery. There will be three models, all perhaps as poorly named as the series itself: The MyLife, the Pocket and the Traveler.