Apple has a video showing off how it makes the stainless steel Apple Watch and it looks a lot like they're using Tolkien magic to make the watch's case inside Mount Doom in Mordor. You get to see glimpses of the entire process, from the alloy they use to seeing the molten stages and cold forging and milling and…
Things I've considered making on my own: a computer, a coffee table, a treehouse, mayonnaise and a few other things. Things I've never considered making on my own: toilet paper, socks, phones and pens. But maybe I should reconsider that last one. Making your own pen is such a beautiful process of machinery porn that…
Punxsutawney Phil has deigned us worthy of an early thaw so there's no use procrastinating on your spring cleaning—even if your kitchen is dirtier than a roadside truck stop Blimpie's. Here's how to make your kitchen sparkle using supplies that're already there (or at least should be).
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have successfully managed to create antibacterial stainless steel. By introducing silver, nitrogen, and carbon to the surface of the metal, it not only wards off germs but is resistant to wear and tear.
I've got a horrible habit of obsessing over a supposed need to be filled by a product, then instantly forgetting it once I buy it. But I've had a Contigo Autoseal mug for a year. I just bought two more.
One hopes that a company doesn't dream up a $700 steel-and-rubber keyboard with red backlighting (for night vision, natch) and waterproof trackball just to hope that someone, somewhere will buy it. Otherwise Stealth is cursing a drunken general tonight. [Stealth]
After trying his hand at iPhone 3G and 3GS cases, designer Ryan Glasgow has come up with a brushed-steel iPhone 4 case. No clue on whether it acts as a Bumper and improves signal, but at $95 I'd hope so.
At 13mm thick, it'll fit nicely lying on your counter or hanging on your kitchen wall. And if you don't think it looks a bit like Apple's new Magic Trackpad, squint your eyes a little.
How appropriate. The pen is as permanent as its ink.
When Jay Leno replaced car parts, he could only print plastic molds in 3D. Life's easier now, because molds are unnecessary in the creation of custom desk kitsch and car parts as 3D printing got a stainless steel upgrade.
So you have been invited to the baby shower for the Antichrist—but what gift do you bring? Fortunately, the parents registered at Chambers Fine Art where you can find the work of one Shi Jinsong.
Swarming with bugs and flowers, this piece was created by 3D scanning real flowers, insects and music, that were then "digitally sampled, cut, mixed, scaled and rearranged." Even cooler: It's a speaker.
As a guy who produces either way too much or way too little saliva, humidifiers are key to keep from waking up 14 times in the middle of the night to gulp down water. This Umydo Humidifier doesn't just moisten up the place, it adds a touch of class to a room that only a stainless steel quarter circle dog bowl could…
This Zilopop supposedly rids your breath of weird smells by going into your mouth for two minutes. Does anyone have the science on this? Sounds and smells odd to us. In comparison, our Bongo rubs a stainless steel bar after he cuts "onions and things like that." Not to rid his hands of the stench, but because he has a…
Most MP4 watches look fantastic if you're 12 years old and really love plastic and rubber watches, but Epoq's latest MP4 watch brings a slight bit of class to the video watch business. Made of stainless steel, this watch has a 1.5-inch LCD screen, 2GB memory, MP4 video and MP3/WMA/WAV audio. $199 isn't cheap, but how…
I've always dreamt of having one of those stainless steel kitchens seen in celebrity homes, and when I make my first million and make it happen, this will be the first addition to it. Actually, screw the kitchen I think I'll get this for my small apartment. It won't match anything, but it will look sexy as hell all by…
I'm telling you, trackballs are all the rage. This keyboard is ridiculously expensive at $1,200, but it is stainless steel, has a MacBook style keyboard and best of all—a freaking sweet integrated trackball! Yes! Twelve hundos is well worth it if I can get a trackball integrated into a stainless steel keyboard.
There's something charming about attaching computer icons to physical objects, and when you etch that graphic onto a bit of frosted glass over stainless steel, you end up with an Envelope Mailbox that qualifies as an irresistible piece of geek chic.