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GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
More Than Just A Good Photo: Illum, From Lytro Uses Unique Light-Field Technique

Lytro is a Silicon Valley startup company that showed us its very first Lytro model back in 2011. This kaleidoscope-shaped camera gave a sneak peek at the promise of light field photography, and won people over by its capability of … Continue reading

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
FingerReader May Give The Visually Impaired An Electronic Alternative To Braille

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
The Gramofone Is A Wi-Fi JukeBox For The 21st Century

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Google’s Project Tango To Partner With NASA To Built Autonomous Robots

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E59- LogmeOnce, Amazon Smartphone, Eyefi, Robohand | Red Headed Geek Show

SMARTPHONES & MOBILE DEVICES
Eyefi Photo Storage Offers New Eyefi Cloud, Syncs Camera Images Anywhere in an Instant

Eyefi is a company known for providing Wi-Fi enabled photo storage cards for virtually any digital camera. The Eyefi Mobi SD memory cards start at about $45 dollars on Amazon, and have wowed users so far because of how simply … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Amazon’s Close To Showing Off Its First Smartphone

It has been years of rumors regarding an Amazon-branded smartphone, and just last Friday the Wall Street Journal reported that the company could finally announce the phone in June, for a third quarter 2014 release! Amazon has been working on … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Robohand: A Tragic Accident Transforms into Worldwide 3D Printing Prosthetic Company

Carpenter Richard Van As was the victim of a terrible accident in his workshop back in May 2011, when his saw slipped and diagonally sliced through the four fingers on his right hand. The way a true carpenter’s mind would … Continue reading

 

THE RED-HEADED GEEK SHOW
E58- Twitter Change, Facebook Messenger, M3D, HeartBleed, Dropbox | Red Headed Geek Show

Twitter is changing to look like Facebook and it needs to, NOT. Twitter is an escape for people who want to get out of the hell that Facebook can be. You know, where your parents roam, and endless pictures of … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
A Tiny Robotic Printer, The Pocket Printer Wheels Itself Across Paper

Normally, when we think of a desktop printer, we think of a printer that places ink on paper at least 8.5 inches wide. But printing and computing technology is consistently getting smaller. So, wouldn’t it make sense that printers, along … Continue reading

 

HELPFUL TIPS
The Heartbleed Bug: Where It Stands Now, What You Need To Know

Bad Internet news, nicknamed the “Heartbleed” bug, has been the talk of the web town this week. Turns out, it is as bad as it sounds, as OpenSSL (the Internet’s most commonly used cryptographic library) has become utterly vulnerable; spilling … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Will.i.am’s New Mystery Smartwatch Doesn’t Need a Phone

He’s a rapper, a member of the famed group Black Eyed Peas, a coveted music producer, rising tech and fashion mogul, and as of 2011 the director of creative innovation at Intel. Most recently, Will.i.am made headlines for a line … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
The Kickstarter Micro 3D Is Making Printer’s Dreams Come True For Only $300

3D printing is commonly recognized as a great technology, usually coming with a great big cost. Sure, the industry has its share of multi-thousand dollar machines, but there’s also a continual growing market of more affordable printers. This week, Kickstarter … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Google Coming To The Living Room: Launching Android TV

Considering Google’s recent rumors of launching its very own wireless cellular service, is it surprising to hear of Google taking over the living room with a new set-top television box? Is the company not content with the millions of Chromecast … Continue reading