This bulb is turned the wrong side up. Or is it really? German design student Louis Rensch chose to flip the lamp up in a manner to highlight the ways in which LEDs are not lightbulbs. They can comform to different shapes and forms in ways lightbulbs can't.
The head of the Angelpoise makes a pretty good base. Lets hope this isn't going to be vaporware.
Most people would argue that they've not seen your messages, hence, the really long time taken to respond back to you. But these days, there are notifications that let senders know the message has been seen or read. The same thing is happening in Facebook Messenger, but here's a Chrome browser extension that will help you out. Read more
How will the next iPhone version change for the better? If Apple follows its two-year design cycle, this year's upgrade will be internal only, but if they didn't, it might look a whole lot different. Read more
If there's one thing we all need is furniture that can assemble itself. After all, following those damn instructions can sometimes be really tough! MIT just showed off its proof of a chair that can assemble itself. Read more