Will.i.am has had a hard time breaking into the tech market. In his latest entrepreneurial venture, he’s jumping into the smart home game. What could go wrong?
Most comic book stories try to stick to one earth-ending event at a time. Not musician Will.i.am’s new collaboration with Marvel. It’s mushing up future alien invasions and zombie apocalypses into one unholy matrimony of comic book craziness.
Noted gadget-liker Will.i.am has yet another new product for us: Bluetooth headphones with a preposterous name.
The joy of the automobile is in the harmony of form and function—or, in the case of our old pal the Black Eyed Peas’ Will.i.am, to just stick a bunch of fake vents and other junk on a Tesla and call it a day.
One Direction aren’t the only physics-loving celebrities hiding in plain sight. From PhD astrophysicist and rock star Brian May to mathematics book author and actress Danica McKellar, the list of entertainers who get giddy over the wonder of our universe is near-endless.
In an interview with Dezeen, perhaps that best interview that I have ever read, Will.i.am boldly pushes a new agenda calling for new laws to stop an uprising of 3D printing humans from sowing the seeds of our society's moral collapse.
"Call Will.i.am," you yell at your wrist cuff as you leave your trendy apartment. "Play Get This Party Started," you shriek into your other wrist cuff as you step out of a black car. A thin, tinny melody leaks out of the shackle—just as your ankle cuff buzzes. It's a text from Fergie. She's already at the club! You…
We first heard about will.i.am's foray into the world of smartwatch-esque wearables back in April, but we had… questions. What was that mysterious cuff on his wrist? And could it really do all the things he promised? Today he unveiled the Puls. Welcome to fashionology, people.
Will.i.am has been describing a mad plan to launch a... thing that combines cuddly toy, Wi-Fi hotspot, mobile phone and speaker system in one unit. No, really.
We steeled ourselves last week as we learned that frequent ruiner of things, Will.i.am planned to release a gaudy iPhone case that turned your iPhone's 8-megapixel camera into a 14-megapixeler. Now we have images and it's even more garish and ugly than we could have imagined.
Black Eyed Pea Will.i.am is panning to "turn your smartphone into a genius-phone". He's about to launch a new accessory and app for iPhone, under the monicker i.am+, that will turn the handset's humble 8-megapixel camera into a 14-megapixel beast.
You're looking at a small section of a vast and colorful panoramic view of Mars, one of the latest to be beamed back by NASA's Curiosity rover. The panorama (click here for full-res) shows a 360-degree view of the rover's landing site, and a clear shot of the highest visible reaches of Mount Sharp, the rover's primary…
To capture the lions of Masai Mara on camera, British wildlife photographer William Burrard-Lucas devised with an ingenious solution — his wheeled, shielded, and camouflaged Beetlecam. After teasing out the kinks of his first model, he set this new version to roam around the Kenyan savannah. As you can see above,…
As the story goes, the Black Eyed Peas' frontman Will.i.am was just cruising on his Segway, thinking about technology and stuff—when he decided to call up Dean Kamen and got hoodwinked into hosting the FIRST Robotics Championship.