Owning Bitcoin might give your inner crypto-anarchist a bit of a rush, but the currency lacks the tactile fat-cat feels of physical notes in your wallet. Plus, only dealing with currency in the ether can make Bitcoin insecure and difficult to use. Case, a Bitcoin wallet that fits in your jeans, hopes to solve those…
Though I understand its problems, I still enjoyed the visual ride that was Interstellar. Still, the best thing about the movie might have been the TARS and CASE moving monolith robot machines. Here's a behind the scenes clip that shows how the practical effects of TARS and CASE were made and how they were controlled…
29 bucks. That's what Apple wants you to spend in a plastic case that will make your new plastic iPhone 5C look like a game of Connect Four. Today, Apple has turned the iPhone case market into a pathetic parody of itself.
I hate faux stitched app leather as much as I love real stitched leather—for certain things. This is one of them: the PicasoLab's MacBook Pro Retina sleeve that I've been using for a year now, handcrafted in the USA by Alex Ngo. I love it.
You can get all manner of weird and wonderful iPhone cases, but if you want something more industrial, maybe you'd like one made out of concrete. Wait, what?
Update: Judging by the overwhelmingly negative reviews, this product looks good but it's crap. I definitely wouldn't consider it now.
I've never used a case for my iPhone 4. Not even after the back broke for the third time. I didn't do it because, unlike my grandma, I don't cover my sofas with plastic. Or unlike idiots, I don't protect my car's front with a bra.
iPhone owners can't sue Apple over broken glass, says judge. Which kind of imbeciles sue for breaking their own stuff?
An anonymous case manufacturer has been showing off a physical mockup of the iPhone 5 at Europe's IFA consumer electronics fair this weekend. While it doesn't tell us anything we don't already know, this video from the Verge does a good job of highlighting the differences we're expecting to show up between the old…
The design of the iPhone is something of a work of art on its own. But sometimes staring at the same thing can get boring. Accordingly, painter Jenny Vorwaller has turned 52 of her watercolors into multicolored cases.
TechCrunch is reporting that FreedomPop, a company made by Skype founder Niklas Zennström, is working on creating a case for your iPhone that'll pull double duty as a mobile hotspot. Hmm... sounds interesting! Even more interesting, the case will pump out free 4G data.
The iPad 3 is now in manufacturing and the inevitable leaks keep coming out from part manufacturers, including images of its double-resolution Retina-ish display and its brains. Now it's the turn of the outer aluminum shell, which reveals some interesting details.
You probably think that Urban Outfitters is for lomography-obsessed, ironic-canvas-bag-toting, paper-thin-dress-wearing hipsters like the ones above. And you're more or less right! But that doesn't mean they don't carry some kickass gadgetry.
This is the SmartCase Quattro4 Wrangler, a rugged case that fully encloses your iPhone, even covering the screen with a transparent glass. It's a two piece solid design. The best part, however, is the 2000 mAh battery pack.
The iTattoo cases from Cement Produce are really different. Instead of highlighting the Apple logo on the back of the iPhone, they merge the Apple icon into the design.
I know many deluded parents will get their toddler the Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Apptivity Case thinking it's the first step toward raising a millionaire App developer, but come on. Gut check. The kid just likes the shiny shiny, right?
A friend sent me this yesterday. She was as terrified as I was when she saw it. The horror, my friends. Pure, intense, break-your-spine horror.
It's too bad they aren't selling this Smart Phone Note case for iPhone 4 outside South Korea, because it's an excellent idea—especially if you're into the whole taking-notes-on-paper thing. The protective foam design of the cover is neat.
I'm a sucker for books. Doubly for anything that makes things that aren't books look like books. Especially when those things that aren't books but look like books are super tiny and adorable. Enter: BookBook for iPhone 4.