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DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Raspberry Pi Touchscreen and Upgraded Model A+ Announcement

Some news in the Raspberry Pi front. Aside from the micro computing board’s continual popularity (yes, these things still sell like hot cakes), the foundation has some news on what we can expect soon. Pi founder Eben Upton has unveiled … Continue reading

BATTERY & POWER TECHNOLOGY
Pivotal Fitness Band- Get it Free, Pay $12 a Year!

SMARTPHONES & MOBILE DEVICES
Google Inbox Became Available by Invite Only This Week

INVENTIONS & INNOVATIONS
PhotoMath: The World’s First Smart Camera Calculator

BATTERY & POWER TECHNOLOGY
Our Childhood Dream has Come True-The Hendo Hoverboard

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Take Augmented Reality to Another Level with Magic Leap

Ever considered how weird it would be to see an actual elephant in the room? How ’bout a baby elephant in the palm of your hand? Extra weird, and extra cool. That’s what newly funded, secretive startup Magic Leap can … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
This Week in Medical Technology: An iPad-Connected Portable Ultrasound Machine

It’s no secret that healthcare in developing nations is severely lacking. In fact, several international health forums describe the conditions as “abysmal”. According to a company called Oscadi, an Apple-approved constructor of MFI (Made for iPhone) accessories designed for iOS, … Continue reading

 

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

Contactless payments, the waving of your credit or debit card over a terminal to make a payment, may sound super convenient and quick, but they’re more than that. They’re dangerous. You’re completely taking security out of the transaction by not … Continue reading

 

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

Apple announced a brand new upgrade to its iPad Air, the new 6.1mm thick iPad Air 2. This comes just one day after Google announced its only flagship tablet, the Nexus 9. The talk of the town is which one … Continue reading

 

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

Home automation company, August, first announced its Smart Lock back in May 2013, a keyless entry system that works by using Bluetooth LE in your smartphone. We’ve heard of internet-connected locks before, we’re just still not ready to fully entrust … Continue reading

 

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

As technology gets bigger and our gadgets get smarter, it has become increasingly crucial to care about our privacy. Today, we suffer from invasive advertising, spying governments, and hackers, such as the recent Bash Bug, that just enjoy screwing with … Continue reading

 

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