BATTERY & POWER TECHNOLOGY
Kevlar Could Power Batteries to Avoid Combustion

What is all this business we keep hearing about batteries exploding and catching on fire? Boeing knows this problem far too well, as the company’s 787 Dreamliners were grounded after experiencing multiple battery fires in 2013. It happens, whether we … Continue reading

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Glow Headphones Make Listening to Music More Rhythmic

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3Doodler 2.0 Is Slimmer, Faster, and Back on Kickstarter

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The Apogee Groove Amps Your Laptop’s Audio

APPLE
Details on Samsung Orbis, the Company’s First round Smartwatch

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Mouse-Box: Shoving an Entire PC into a Mouse?

“If the smartphones in our pockets are exponentially smaller and more powerful than the laptops that use to break our backs, couldn’t we squeeze a computer inside a mouse?” Good point, Gizmodo. Whether or not there’s a super relevant reason … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Kickstarter’s Displio Is a Cute Lil’ Display for Your Favorite Widgets

Whether we have out laptops open, our tablets in our hand, our smartwatch on our wrist, or our smartphone in our bags, we always want some sort of way to display things that are important to us. A Latvian IT … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Piper NV Now Equipped With Night Vision

Home security is more multifunctional than ever. Say goodbye to simply arming your home from intruders (unless you want to opt for the “boring” old systems). Home security has evolved into home automation, live video and cloud recordings, and night … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Microsoft Ready to Take the AR Challenge, Reveals HoloLens

It’s about time we heard about Microsoft getting into the VR/AR game. I mean, let us not forget about Project Neo, Microsoft’s Enterprise VR Headset for Xbox announced back in March 2014. But, wait a minute, most of us did … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Go Hands-Free with Myo, to Be Sold on Amazon This Year

Early in 2014, we first heard about the armband, Myo, that could be used as a motion control device for video game consoles, computers, and TVs. A year later Myo’s creator, Thalmic Labs, put on a full demonstration of the … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
The Equil Smartpen 2 Gives Handwritten Notes a Digital Twist

Today I sat down to write in a journal, with my actual hands. My hand was rather sore afterward, probably because I can’t remember the last time I have done this; maybe 6 months? Depending on what type of lifestyle, … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
The Cicret Bracelet Turns Your Skin into the Touchscreen

A recent study from the GlobalWebIndex found that while nearly eighty percent of online adults own a smartphone, less than 20 percent own or use smart wearables. For a market that was once touted as the future of technology, the … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
KeySweeper Can Sniff Out Microsoft’s Wireless Keyboards

Security researcher and proclaimed MySpace “mischief-maker”, Samy Kamkar, is known as an off the beaten path hacker. In the past, he has created drones that could hack other drones, and an NSA tracker that could find Tor users. He has … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Fujitsu Developed an NFC Ring to Write in Mid-Air

Near Field Communication, radio communication between gadgets, is becoming more useful in the connected-things market. A new NFC technology made by Fujitsu, a company from Japan, wants to create a new brand of input by building it in a smart … Continue reading

 

BATTERY & POWER TECHNOLOGY
CES ‘Brought It’ in 2015 with Gadgets Galore

When it comes to the most impressive electronics at CES this week, you’re gonna hear a different story from every source. Besides all the super-slim 4K TV’s, self-driving cars, and smartphones, there were plenty of gadgets that caught the eyes … Continue reading