accessories
Class Up Your Camping With a Canteen That Turns Into a Pint Glass

Drinking from a canteen’s spout is fine when you’re just rehydrating after a hike. But once camp is set up, you’ll probably be drinking something other than water, and that’s where this canteen from the Stable Goods Co. really shines. Flip it over, remove the bottom, and suddenly you’ve got a wide-mouthed pint glass. Read More >>

virtual reality
Samsung’s New Project For Gear VR Is a Thriller In 360 Degrees

Samsung just announced a new project using Gear VR called Gone, in partnership with Skybound Entertainment (think Walking Dead) and WEVR. It’s either about the horrors of child abduction, or having a kid full of exploratory whimsy. The trailer is vague on that point. Read More >>

sports
All the Gear an Ultramarathon Legend Takes With Him on the Trail

Ultramarathon runner Scott Jurek ran the entirety of the Appalachian trail – 2,160 miles of brutal, mountainous terrain on the States' east coast – last summer in 46 days, eight hours, and seven minutes, averaging 48 miles per day. So he knows what’s up with fitness gear that can withstand some brutal circumstances. Read More >>

bicycles
This LED Bike Helmet Gives You Working Brake Lights and Turn Signals 

When you ride a bike at night, staying visible is essential. In that respect, this illuminated helmet not only adds lumens to your ride, but gives you some added functionality compared to your average clip-on lights. Read More >>

wtf
You Can Pay £6,000 to Attach an Apple Watch to an Even Fancier Watch 

Here’s an innovation so impractical, uncomfortable, and expensive, that I can’t stop looking at it. Of course the world has produced a luxury Swiss timepiece that has space on its band for an Apple Watch. It’s a strange two-faced hybrid watch that packs a gloriously unnecessary double-whammy of bling into a single object. Read More >>

gaming
With This Tractor Controller, Anyone Can be a Virtual Farmer

Admit it: You’ve always dreamed of being a farmer. Sim Farm’s pixelated corn fields didn’t quite cut it; Farmville promised action but delivered an endless series of mindless chores. Despair not, would-be agronomist: soon, you’ll be able to plough fields, sow seeds and whack weeds with the best of them, all from the mud- and bug-free comfort of your living room. Read More >>

smartwatches
Samsung’s Next Smartwatch Will Pack a Round Screen and Rotating Bezel

Amid all the Apple Watch hype, it’s easy to forget that Samsung’s already worked its way through two generations of smartwatch, and is prepping to launch a third. And according to a new Samsung software development kit, the next Gear will have a circular display, and rotating bezel to control it with. Read More >>

design
The Incredible, Tactical Undergarments Designed for the Avengers Cast 

Ever consider what keeps Iron Man from overheating inside his suit? Or protects Captain America’s abs when he’s punched in the chest plate? We got an exclusive look at the specialised athletic undergarments the actors wear — which sounds pervy, until you hear about all the tech that went into making these things. Read More >>

reviews
Sony SmartWatch 3 Review: The Best-Performing Android Smartwatch Yet

Sony's been trying the smartwatch thing for years, but the original SmartWatch and the SmartWatch 2 both... what's the word I'm looking for here? Sucked? Yeah. But the SmartWatch 3 has solid performance and two nifty features you won't find on any other Android Wear. It's the first with built-in GPS and a screen you can read without backlighting. Read More >>

smartwatches
Opera Mini Browser Wants to Make the Internet Work on Samsung’s Gear S

Owners of Samsung's most recent attempt at doing a smartwatch will soon have access to a full web browser, thanks to Opera putting together a version of its mobile-themed Opera Mini browser for the device's Tizen OS -- and releasing it exclusively via Samsung's own app store. Read More >>

design
A Ballistic Sleeping Bag That Promises Protection From a Tornado

They seem like a smart idea, but how many people do you really know with a safe room in their house? Probably none, because they're expensive, and that includes those living in areas where storms can generate deadly tornados. So a Missouri-based inventor has come up with a cheaper way to stay safe during a twister—an oversized sleeping bag made from the same material as bulletproof vests. Read More >>