How much cash will you need to spend to turn your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 into a bonafide virtual reality headset? Now, we finally know: the Samsung Gear VR will officially cost $200.
The knitters at Frivolite Handcrafts have come up with a cold weather accessory fit for a Hobbit. Through a series of simple images, this scarf retells Bilbo Baggins' story from the Shire and back again.
Here's a device to add to your steampunk fiction: the chatelaine, a popular accessory from the 19th century. Part practicality, part fashion accessory, the chatelaine was the perfect way for women on the go to carry all of their tools.
Neuro Wear's Necomini ears, which read your brainwaves and display your emotions, ruled San Diego Comic-Con this year, with huge crowds of people donning the $100 gizmos. Now the company is moving from heads to tails, with a matching kitten tail that knows when to wag.
One look at the Levitatr and you would think the sleek accessory was an add-on display or a large touchpad for your tablet. But hidden within the glossy, black design is a full-sized, retractable keyboard with backlit keys.
The iPhone and iPad are convenient for a lot of reasons, but the ability to type quickly or in great quantities is not one of them. Thus this Kickstarter campaign for the Wingstand.
All MacBooks ever made share two traits: thin, attractive design and a shortage of USB ports. Until now, the only solution was using a fat, ugly USB hub. With this cable-hub-hybrid, you can have your ports and thinness too.
When you think "bike baskets," you probably see a flimsy decoration on the front of a beach-cruiser. The Takeout would feel more at home on an F-150 Superduty. It's designed to carry the heavy things that matter. Like beer.
This is an iPhone case designed by fancy-pants watchmaker De Bethune. It's made of full-grain alligator leather and has a pocket watch with a DB 1024 movement built in. What the hell?
The Chinon Avi Stylix is like any other docking station, except that it has a 7-inch LCD screen and can stream Netflix content.
Mophie, makers of the iPhone power packs which are keeping us running this week, have another shiny iPod Touch-enhancing accessory to show off: The Mophie Pulse. It's a slick case that'll boost your device's volume while enhancing every vibration.
Whether you need your iPad to sit on your desk or against your knee, the GorillaMobile Yogi will twist, bend, wrap, and prop itself up however necessary to firmly hold your gadget just right.
Gaming on the iPad can be awkward at times due to the gadget's lack of a physical joystick or directional pad, but thanks to products such as the Fling controller, that may be an annoyance of the past.
There have been plenty of jokes about iPhone 3G users simulating the experience of using a front-facing camera with mirrors, but now someone is apparently actually turning that joke into a real product. Meet the iSeeU phone accessory.
The iSkin Duo is a simple-yet-clever silicone iPad case. It comes in several colors, doesn't prevent your devices from being docked, and has an embedded antimicrobial protection. Oh, and you can sanitize it by sticking it into boiling water.
Do you miss old-school physical controls when using your fingers and toes to change settings on a multi-touch device? Well, you're in luck! Because some clever folks decided to provide us with real knobs to use on our multi-touch displays.
The iPad won't charge with all USB chargers. But that's because your USB chargers are weak. The reVIVE II Dual USB Charger can charge both your iPad and your other weakling gadget. The reVIVE II is not weak.