LG’s latest reveal is the G Flex smartphone. It’s curved. Sorta like a banana. And your face. The idea is that the phone’s microphone is closer to your mouth when you talk. Not only that, this new Android-powered phone features a “self-healing” coating on the back that has the ability to recover from nicks & scratches making it look newer, longer.
Cleaning floors is a job for robots. And this one is a real pro. It’s got the ability to do both multi-suction brush vacuuming and hard-floor mopping with a microfiber cloth cleaner. It’ll work for 5 hours on a 2-hour charge and never complain.
You want to relive those righteous Burning Man moments. And until you return to the desert next fall, the Pulse Bluetooth speaker from JBL will hold you over. It kicks out 10-hours of high-quality sound plus it gives you a colorful LED lightshow that keeps time with your tunes.
Happens every day: your phone battery is dead. The Tanks’ power unit will bring it back to life. It’s packing 4X the power of your iPhone, so it will charge fast via 2.1A USB. As you charge, a bright LED power level indicator let’s you know how much juice is left in the Tanks.
That polished aluminum speaker tube will stick out like a turd in a punch bowl after you’ve redecorated your place to full Steam Punk style. Ditch it for this free-standing Android + iOS bluetooth speaker that delivers modern hi-fi audio in what looks like vintage 1928 equipment.
Instead of plastic or aluminum, the Italian-made P.A.C.O. bluetooth speaker is made with concrete and Fir Harmonic board. The spiel goes: concrete adds depth to bass and low-end while the Fir gives warmth to the treble tones. Gestural control allows you to fully manage the music and volume settings with the wave of your hand.
December 1st is the drop date for Sony’s highly anticipated new 24.3-megapixel A7. It will be the lightest interchangeable lens camera with a full-frame optical sensor on the market. First shipments are already projected to sell out.
Panasonic’s new Lumix GM1 is like a miniature version of their popular GX7; and just as powerful despite it’s small size. It’s got the same 16-megapixel sensor, Venus engine, and an array of available lenses.
As soon as you wake up your first impulse is to reach for the phone. That fact won’t be quite as sad when your phone is capable of putting on the hot water for coffee. And when you have an iKettle synced up, that’s what it’ll do.
Cheating your Nike Fuel Band for a fake high score is right up there with buying Instagram and Twitter followers. Shame-shame. But because it’s so easy, it’s rampant. That’s why Nike redesigned their new Fuel Band SE to be harder to cheat. They also offer several new functions like a sleep tracker and Bluetooth 4.0 plus they added some color.