DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Bodyprint by Yahoo Labs: Unlock Your Phone with Your Ear

We all know it’s a huge burden using our fingertips or passwords to unlock our smartphones (sarcasm). Can’t these things read our minds yet? It’s almost silly how accustomed we get to these new technologies just in time for another, … Continue reading

 

INVENTIONS & INNOVATIONS
Turing Phone, Made of Liquid Metal with End-To-End Encryption

The most durable smartphone on the planet? What makes a phone live up to such words? Turing Robotic Industries has made such a claim with its Turing Phone, a brand new Android-powered, “impossible to hack” smartphone promising end-to-end encryption, as … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Google Announces Project Fi, a New Way of Looking at Wireless Service

Google has announced their mobile network called Project Fi, a plan to offer millions of mobile device users “cheaper and smarter plans” across America. It has been a rumor for a long time, and unlike Google Fiber, which requires the … Continue reading

 

AMD
The Tri-Finned Trinity PC from CyberPower- There’s Method Behind This Madness

I don’t know if the look of the Trinity PC is something to gawk over in a good way or a bad way. At first glance, it’s certainly one of the strangest looking PCs you’ve ever seen. Maybe it’s meant … Continue reading

 

INVENTIONS & INNOVATIONS
Google Lets You Hunt for the Loch Ness Monster With Street View

This week marked the 81st anniversary of one of the most iconic and infamous pictures to ever spark a world phenomenon, the famous “Surgeon’s Photograph”. Taken in 1934, this photo is almost singlehandedly responsible for the worldwide interest in Nessie, … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
New, Painless Blood Collection Device in Trial Phase

We have all had our blood drawn at some point. Some of us have had it done more than others, while some folks who suffer from health conditions, like diabetes, have to draw their blood daily. The pain of the … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
ZTE Made a Smart Projector, the Spro 2, Doubles as Wi-Fi Hotspot

In the news this week is the Spro 2 wireless smart projector, ZTE’s way of offering 120 inches of screen in a tiny little portable package. We first heard about this Android-powered smart projector at CES in January, but now … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
The Lightweight Raspberry Pi Laptop Is DIY Perfection

When it comes to DIY projects, whether you’re building an outdoor playscape or using old computer parts to bring life into robotic machinations, is goes without saying for most of us that the easier it is, the better. I have … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
NailO Works as a (Stylish) Trackpad for Your Finger

I remember when the Mycestro came out on Kickstarter a couple years ago. It was a tiny little gadget worn on the index finger, functioning as a wireless mouse. Now, a very similar concept has been born called NailO. Developed … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Recon Jet Smartglasses are for Sports Enthusiasts

Recon Instruments, subtly known for developing technology inside ski goggles like Oakley’s Airwave, started working on its own pair of head-worn display for cyclists and runners. The smart eyeglasses do something a little different than other wearables by providing real-time … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
D-Link’s New Adapter Kit Features Broadcom’s AV2 2000 MIMO Tech

D-Link has announced that its new Gigabit kit for home networks is the first power line adapter kit to adopt Broadcom’s AV2 MIMO chip certification technology. Dubbed the new PowerLine AV2 2000 Gigabit Starter Kit, D-Link expects the tech to … Continue reading

 

INVENTIONS & INNOVATIONS
IBM Has Begun Testing AI Software That Works Like the Human Brain

At some point over the last decade you may have heard something about Numenta, a company dedicated to creating Artificial Intelligence software that works more like the human brain. Jeff Hawkins, founder of mobile computing company Palm, has dedicated his … Continue reading

 

INVENTIONS & INNOVATIONS
The Smallest Computer in the World, Micro Mote

We sure have come a long way when it comes to computing. Not only is everything smarter than it used to be, but it continues to get smaller and smaller. A teensy autonomous computer called the Michigan Micro Mote, or … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
The Pi-Top Lets You Build Your Own Laptop at Home

As you probably already know, there are an endless number of cool creations made possible by the Raspberry Pi. However, most of the designs out there require some working knowledge of electronics and there is usually a bit of soldering … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Roku 2 and Roku 3 Get Some Sweet Upgrades This Week

There’s nothing new about Roku. You know, the set-top box for media streaming that has sold over 10 million units? We have all heard of it. There has been a couple upgrades since the original Roku, the flagships Roku 2 … Continue reading