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INVENTIONS & INNOVATIONS
Microsoft Rolls out K5 Autonomous Patrolling Bots

Microsoft recently let loose an army of robots to patrol its Silicon Valley campus. Designed by California based robotics company Knightscope, the “autonomous data machine” aims to give security guards assistance with patrolling areas while collecting and analyzing data. The … Continue reading

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E 87- Brain 2 Brain Communication, Powerlace, $90 PS4 Scam | Red Headed Geek Show

APPLE
Nokia Releases a Tablet, The N1, and it Looks a lot Like the iPad Mini

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Motorola KeyLink Takes the Headache out of Searching for Lost Phone and Keys

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Hack Your Older Appliances with LittleBits Smart Home Kit

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Corning’s Gorilla Glass 4 Aims to Keep Your Smartphone Screen from Shattering

“Please don’t be broken, I can handle a scratch, just please don’t let the screen be shattered…” If you have ever uttered this silent plea to the universe in the moments just before picking up your smartphone or tablet from … Continue reading

 

INVENTIONS & INNOVATIONS
Human Rights Organizations Release Detekt to Help Avoid Government Surveillance

It should come as no surprise to anyone who has seen even five minutes of news in the past year that we are all being watched. Credit card scammers seem to be able to pull information from even the most … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Ditto, The Simplest $29 Wearable Out There

In a generation where phone calls, emails, instant messages and all forms of social media content are sent to our smartphones, the amount of notifications we receive can have us checking our phones constantly. California based company, Simple Matters, intends … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
The New Internet of Toys Toy, DynePod

Krissa Watry, co-founder of Dynepic, worked as a chief engineer to launch satellites. Sounds like a big deal, and it is, but something made her want to change her career and work in product design. As an entrepreneur, Watry wanted … Continue reading

 

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E 86- FLUX 3D Printer, Prynt, Raspberry Pi Model A+, Fontus | Red Headed Geek Show

A new 3D printer in the spotlight is a super cool one. FLUX is modular, eliminating the need to get different equipment based on what project you want to tackle. Instead, you can just swap out components. FLUX has a … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
The New Raspbery Pi Model A+ is the Cheapest & Smallest Pi Yet

The lovable Raspberry Pi microcomputer seems to be getting consistently cheaper and better. Back in October, Pi founder, Eben Upton, announced the need to rectify the “flop” of the original Model A, which only sold around 100,000 units. So now, … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Inspire 1, The 4K Camera, Transforming Drone From DJI

DJI Innovations, Chinese Creative Technologies Company and global leader in UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems), specializes in using drones for aerial photography and videography. The company’s brand new model, called DJI Inspire 1, meets the needs of both hobbyists and professionals, … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Quirky Announces 7 New Gadgets, Includes “Death to the Thermostat”, Norm

New York startup, Quirky, is teaming with General Electric to release a lineup of connected home products. Quirky hopes to provide inspiration for future inventors via partner, Wink, a Quirky spin off company that helps bring innovative ideas to market. … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
FLUX 3D Printer is Modular, has 3D Scanner and Laser Engraver

Super expensive 3D printers are a thing of the past. Of course, like the $2,149 MakerBot Replicator 2 or the $2,499 Zeus, they still exist. But 3D printing technology has had time to become more available to the average Joe. … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Amazon’s Echo Bluetooth Speaker Will Take Your Order

Amazon announced its first smartphone, the Amazon Fire, quite a ways back. It didn’t do well. Heck, $83 million worth of these Fire phones just sitting in a factory somewhere, homeless. A better attempt to get into the homes of … Continue reading