Nadja Sayej @nadjasayej
Nadja Sayej is a Berlin-based journalist who writes for VICE, The New York Times and others. She is also the host of ArtStars (artstarstv.com). Follow her on Twitter @nadjasayej.
Articles by Nadja Sayej
The new wave of wearables could be smart clothing, from posture vests to GPS bike jackets, which are on the runway at the Fashion Ware Show at CES.
A new class of wearable device, the hearable, could be the one to finally win over people besides early tech adopters.
Moon Ribas chats about her sixth sense, connecting her feet to lunar seismographs, and defending cyborg rights.
Pittsburgh designer Madeline Gannon created Mimus to help people see robots as something more than mere wires and steel.
Designed for the visually impaired, Horus uses two cameras mounted to a headset to describe the world for the wearer.
The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology is a $20m project space where aliens could potentially watch you playing with fitness balls
A new exhibition in Berlin looks at how science fiction films have already predicted the future.
Elements is a new 3D-printed, wireless, bluetooth-powered necklace that changes color every time you face a different cardinal direction.
Traveling to Sydney from New York might become a weekend trip, with martinis mixed by robot bartenders.
It’s time for that ugly router you’ve been hiding to get a makeover.