Articles by Dan Seitz
It’s a mystery how they pull it off but Apple does it anyway: you toss your iPhone charging cord into a bag or briefcase, and within seconds it’s a knotted, tangled mess. The Wrap aims to fix that.
Flies are annoying. Sadly, buckshot is both ineffective and expensive when blowing them out of the sky. Santa Monica artist Lorenzo Maggiore has a solution that’s safer, cheaper… and just as satisfying.
Disabled people have options for getting around; it's just that most of them suck. They can have a car expensively converted into a passenger van for them, or a car expensively converted into one they can drive themselves. Or they can ride the bus. The Kenguru aims to change that.
It wasn’t so long ago that Skype insisted that its peer-to-peer network and complex network meant that law enforcement couldn’t tap its calls. Then they got purchased by a gigantic corporation and now, suddenly, shockingly, they’re changing that tune.
Washing the car is a pain in the ass. But, thanks to the tireless efforts of scientists, soon having to blast your crapbox with a hose or take it through an overpriced car wash will be a thing of the past.
iPhone 5 rumors are hugely boring, but the one currently getting gadget nerds aflutter is that Apple might be switching to a 19-pin dock connector. Yep, every iPhone accessory you have ever bought will officially be useless on the iPhone 5.
If you’ve got $2100 to spare and you really, really hate houseguests, have we ever got the bed for you.
If there’s one word that inevitably comes up when you discuss Gmail on iOS, that word is ass. Seriously. It’s an ugly freaking app.
"Mirrorless" cameras tend to combine the best parts of a single-lens reflex camera, like the interchangeable lenses, with the best parts of a point-and-shoot camera, like the tiny size. Canon has finally rolled out their version, and it was worth the wait.
A new gadget coming out is like the new kid arriving at a school. Some people greet him warmly, some ignore him, and there's always that one guy that has to try and beat the crap out of him. The Nexus 7, however, seems to be able to withstand a lot more abuse than you'd expect.
San Francisco is currently debating a law to make people who drive more pay more by installing a GPS tracker and figuring out total distance driven. And people are freaking out over it, and for excellent reason.