The R300 headphones by Ferrari by Logic3 provide a comfortable and high quality way to listen to music on the move and at home.
With fisheye, macro and wide-angle lenses all rolled into one, the olloclip allows users to get creative with their iPhone.
There are no shortage of tablets on the market, with all manners of shape, size and power represented. But how can accessories boost performance?
The La-Z-Boy chair has long been the chill out chair of choice, but CSL's new five-seater sound sofa offers an upgrade with speakers and Bluetooth.
Designed by the Porsche Design Studio and with a screen of 116 square feet, the C SEED 201 could be the perfect accompaniment to a summer of sport.
A new mobile phone marketed as ‘smarter than a smartphone’ has hit the market, and it’s targeted at the chief executive who fancies himself as a bit of a James Bond.
To provide city workers with a faster way of negotiating the crowds, US-based Hammacher Schlemmer has come out with the Only Scootercase, fusing a traditional scooter with the needs of today's business people.
Water and technology seldomly go well together, but new technology could yet marry the two.
For anyone who feels their HDTV is a little out of date, there is now a way to upgrade it without having to invest in a brand new set thanks to the latest product offering by global giant Samsung.
Believe it or not, you can now buy your very own man-made floating lair - although it may take a little longer to build it.
Looking like an unwieldy sun visor, the Personal 3D Viewer is the latest product from Sony, which markets the innovation as ‘a mini-cinema that’s just for you’.
This month's Object of Desire, the Dyson Hot, claims to be the fastest of its kind to heat a room evenly.
Since the dawn of the space age, NASA has been relying on radio communications technology to send and receive data to and from spacecraft.
For this month's Object of Desire, Italian Sand & Birch is the design studio behind the space-age Opale Wine Cellar, which looks like it would be perfectly at home on the set of Doctor Who – if the Doctor were a wine connoisseur.
The Eton Raptor is a gadget for the budding explorer who wants to carry something more technologically advanced than a Swiss army knife.
Beginning development as a memory aid, this month's GrowthBusiness Object of Desire the Vicon Revue is now aiming for the Facebook generation.
It's popular in Switzerland, but how will the electric bike, or ebike, designed and built by UK-based EBCO, fare here.
Straight out of science fiction movies, behavioural advertising is being touted as the next big thing in marketing.
GPS technology isn’t just for cars. GrowthBusiness reviews how fitness fans can also benefit.
Currently, Google's Android is growing its consumer market, but business appears to be the next target.
Mobile security business AirWatch has added to the $200 million Series A round it closed earlier in the year by securing an extra $25 million.
Bob Mecrate-Butcher, partner at Charles Russell, looks at how corporate leaks can first be prevented and then plugged when they do occur.
That a team of 13 could build a business worth $1 billion should be the inspiration that all entrepreneurs need.
New research from GrowthBusiness shows that the number of UK cash shells is climbing. We speak to new entrants to the market and those that have recently closed deals to find out what’s driving shells’ increasing popularity.