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THE RED-HEADED GEEK SHOW
E 82- Iron Man Prosthetic, Anonabox, WEDG, Butt Morphing Chair | Red Headed Geek Show

Don’t trust SnapChat? One way to permanently destroy a photo is this new silly self-destructive printer. The machine coats its printouts with glycerol and potassium salt, triggering an exothermic reaction that makes the photo spontaneously combust after printing. This is … Continue reading

INVENTIONS & INNOVATIONS
MasterCard’s First Credit Card Using Biometric Security

APPLE
Apple iPad Air 2 Is Here, but Wait, so Is Google’s Nexus 9

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
August Smart Lock Wants to Win You over, Could Thanks to Apple

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Anonabox Claims There Is a Discreet Way to Anonymously Browse

INTEL
WEDG- for Those Who Prefer Their Data to be Private

Using the cloud to store data, personal files, and photos does not equal the picture perfect idea of privacy. Forget all those celebrities who decided to store naked photos of themselves in the cloud, only to find them spread all … Continue reading

 

THE RED-HEADED GEEK SHOW
E 81- TinyScreen, Romo Kart, Oculus at the Movies | Red Headed Geek Show

Of course, another goofy Japanese item for me to cram into what the tech. Ever get frustrated that your iPhone 6 or Galaxy Note phablet has too large of a display for you to use with your teensy tiny hands? … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
iRobot Turns Any Android Tablet into Robotic Controllers

Bedford, Massachusetts company iRobot, A.K.A. the maker of the popular Roomba household vacuum-cleaner, does a lot more than cleaning living rooms these days. The company’s robots are being deployed across the world, nearly 6,000 of them actually; cleaning up after … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Kano Makes Coding “Lego Simple, Raspberry Pi Powerful”

Around this time last year, Raspberry Pi coding kit extraordinaire Kano was pummeling its $100,000 Kickstarter goal. After raising over $150,000 in just one day, Kano has been excited to release its coding toolkit for programming lovers everywhere. Fast forward … Continue reading

 

INVENTIONS & INNOVATIONS
Bitcoin Plummets Just in Time for Blockchain To Invest $30 Million

Paying for items in the virtual world has drastically changed over the years. Re-entering those card numbers and pins on your tablet is so last year. Today, thousands of businesses now accept digital currency for goods and services. Bitcoin is … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Peel Back a Cooler Tablet Experience With FlexSense

During the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) User Interface Software and Technology Symposium, Microsoft Research announced its new FlexSense project, a technology said to incorporate “tactile, malleable electronics”. The concept involves using a flat, bendable plastic cover that can expose … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
No Touching! With Ultrasonic Gesture Control

Gesture recognition involves the sensing of human gestures and movements by a computer’s mathematical algorithms. We’ve seen gesture control in gadgets. Take the Myo motion control arm band, the popular Leap Motion, and of course Microsoft’s Kinect for example. All … Continue reading

 

THE RED-HEADED GEEK SHOW
E80 – Portal Smartphone, Nixie, Syqe Inhaler, Matchstick | Red Headed Geek Show

The Nixie Quadcopter, made by a company called Fly Nixie, is a wearable camera that you wear around your wrist. It has a tiny Polaroid camera in the middle of its body to capture active pictures from unique angles of … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Arduino Teams up with Sharebot to Give You Materia 101

Thursday Arduino, a DIY electronics platform for easy-to-use hardware and software, has teamed up with Italian 3D printing company Sharebot to create the Arduino Materia 101 3D printer. Priced under $1,000, Materia will launch at the Maker Faire Rome this … Continue reading

 

LAPTOP TRENDS
From Windows 8 to 10, Positive Changes to Be Made

Tuesday, Microsoft announced it will be launching Windows 10, which means yes, it will be completely skipping over Windows 9. In lieu of Windows 8 being perceived so poorly, Microsoft had to show a significant gain in improvement in its … Continue reading