Jerome Olivet and Philippe Starck reimagine the smartphone as an artificial assistant that can heal itself from scratches.
Mini 3D printed lamps that use your iPhone's flashlight to create ambient light.
Abstract art you can carry around with you in your pocket.
Design takes center stage with a customized Android-powered smartphone theoretically capable of unlimited storage.
A new Android phone inspired by a 1979 anime is designed to be nearly unbreakable and un-hackable.
A dinner experience turned into a food photography workshop, complete with dishes designed to hold smartphones for the perfect Instagram.
The newest Galaxy S6 edge is more powerful and now better than ever suited to serve the needs of the design community.
In 2014, we rounded up everything from essential travel tech accessories to creative tile backsplashes. Take a look back.
An app, with a balloon-like globe, that utilizes your smartphone to create ambient lighting.
A Finnish company aims to bring modular upgradeability to the smartphone market with interchangeable slide out hardware components.
A storage rack for both tech and papergoods that keeps all of your devices and their cords neatly tucked away.
The world's first smart carry-on suitcase connects wirelessly via Bluetooth to offer location tracking and app-controlled lock/unlock.
A compact, well-designed Bluetooth-enabled keyboard that will work with any device, like smartphones and tablets.
We talk to the Division's David Tonge about the future of digital photography how we can improve cameras to hold their own with smartphones.…
A retro-styled Android cameraphone with 1" sensor and f/2.8 Leica lens capable of 4K video rivals best pocket digital cameras.
Travel light, compact, and organized with these five smart digital accessories designed to help, not hinder your travels.