Upon its release, the Nest Thermostat changed the world—just go with it—and now their new smoke/carbon monoxide alarm is poised to do it again. It’s not gonna blast off an annoying false alarm every time you burn the toast. If it does, just wave to it & it’ll shut up.
One-minute of cranking it. Surely you can last that long. And if you do, the Eton BT 4000 boost turbine charger will give your phone 4-minutes of battery life for the effort. So keep cranking & if your arm gets tired just close your eyes and pretend someone else is doing it. Or if you want to stick it in the wall socket instead, you’ll be fully charged up in 4.5 hours
Fact: your phone’s Android operating system isn’t perfect. If this wasn’t true, Pressy wouldn’t exist. It’s a button that plugs into your phone’s headphone jack & links up with a programmable app that let’s you create simple push-button controls for all your phone’s functions. Snap a pic, answer a call, play a song, record video, all without scrolling through all the screens and opening apps. Just press the button.
Rideye is a black box for your bike, an onboard crash recorder that features HD video, one-touch operation, & a one month battery life to keep an accurate, objective record of your car versus bicycle battles.
A team of engineers, programmers & artists have created a way for you to easily, instantly digitize your sketches in real time. iSketchnote is an iPad cover that let’s you draw and sketch on real paper with technology that transfers your artwork, notes, etc, directly onto your iPad screen for use in a whole slew of applications.
Samsung just jumped into the smartwatch fracas with a mean machine. It syncs with your Galaxy phone & offers over 70 compatible apps. Check notifications, control music play, take calls, & so on. It’s also got a 1.9 MP camera, 2 mics, & shoots 720p movies.
Nintendo’s newest handheld is different than their current 3DS unit; it features a flat, tablet style form factor with 2 screens & it plays all 3DS games as well as older DS games. The 2D has 2 cameras for snapping pics & recording video and it’s going to cost 40 bucks less than the 3DS unit when it hits stores this fall.
After you print the 5 preset shapes that came free with your 3D printer software, you’ll begin to wonder why you bought the thing in the first place. What you’ll need then is MakerBot’s new 3D laser scanner, which allows you re-create detailed 3D forms from just about anything you can fit onto the device’s deck.
Clever name for a clever product. The ChargeCard is a slim USB charger for your phone that fits right in your wallet so you can whip it out & power whenever, wherever.
Are you ready to let technology replace human communication? Sorry stupid question. So, check out Sigmo. Instead of wasting valuable space in your brain learning another language, this live translation tool will do all the thinking & translating for you. Link it with your smartphone via bluetooth, set it to your native & target languages & press the button.