Pushing the limits: PaperPhone to replace SmartPhone

A PaperPhone is… an iPhone so flexible, that you’d think you are holding paper in your hands. The creator of this contraption, Roel Vertegaal, the Director of Queen’s University Human Media Lab thinks this will replace all phones in the next 5-10 years. This ultraportable PaperPhone prototype performs all actions of the smartphone (you can record books, listen to music, make calls etc). Featuring a 9.5 cm diagonal thin film flexible display, this sounds like the start of a paperless world (save the trees!). To be unveiled on May 10…

The simple yet eye-catching Domino Clock

The Domino Clock is a must-have piece for any domino lover or player of social games who wishes to improve the appearance of their home or office with an ultra-modern system that displays time. Designed by Carbon Design Group from Seattle, the Domino Clock is just a prototype at the moment (but I’m hoping that will change soon). The three wireless pieces come in the classic white dots on a black background, each displaying the hour and minutes. It’s a perfect match for any minimalist interior design. Or if you…

New Cell Phones that Cry, Laugh and Dance

I know that the title sounds incredible, but it seems that robot-phones that have arms, legs and face could make your day better, with a simple dance. This phone can be personalize by callers: if a good friend it’s calling, it is happy; if your boss is calling it’s sad, etc; and it’s expressing by its features if you have calls or messages. The phone also has facial recognition software that knows when you are happy or sad, and it will be the same as you. For now, we know…

Video – APhone A6, iPhone clone that runs Android

We have already seen many clones of the iPhone– starting with the famous Meizu M8 to painful hiphone, which mimics the design of an iPod. Well there’s the time to take a look at an iPhone clone that runs Android and it’s called APhone A6. The handset is obviously produced in China and not available on the market yet, but few details about it have already gone on the web for public. Those from k3bbs.com even managed to grab a prototype phone that were played and that was shot, as…