DELL
Austin-Based Open Labs Partners with Dell, Lenovo, and Others to Launch Stagelight 2.0

Open Labs debuted the first version of their music production and creation software, Stagelight, back in 2013. For you Mac people in the audience, Stagelight is essentially the PC version of GarageBand – a program that allows even the least … Continue reading

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
The Sense Sleep Tracker Helps You Sleep Smarter & Harder

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
The Framed 2.0 Technology Creates Living Art

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
CloudBits- Connect Your LittleBits Creation to the Internet

DELL
Dell Becomes the Largest E-Commerce Merchant To Accept Bitcoin

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
No Signal? No Problem, GoTenna Will Keep You in Touch

We think of our smart device as reliable, so reliable we no longer fear getting lost on the road. It has GPS technology, important contacts, and most importantly, service. But what about places where there is no reception? No matter … Continue reading

 

BATTERY & POWER TECHNOLOGY
The Coolest Cooler is a Portable Party

What a difference a few months makes… When self-proclaimed “part visionary, part scientist” inventor Ryan Grepper initially tried funding his Coolest Cooler project on Kickstarter last November, it was met with less than optimal enthusiasm. In fact, the previous model … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
AirType Loses the Keyboard, Allows You to Type on Any Surface

The experience of typing on a mobile device, such as a tablet or smartphone, can easily become frustrating when you’re constantly missing the right keys. An Austin, TX startup found a way to alleviate the frustration. How about we have … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Google Teams With Novartis to Create ‘Smart’ Contact Lenses

This week marked a giant step forward in the world of teeny, tiny wearable electronics. Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis announced yesterday that they would be licensing Google’s smart contact lens technology, a revolutionary new way to look at eyewear. If … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Jibo The Robot Could Be The Newest Member of Your Family

MIT professor and social robotics pioneer Cynthia Breazeal, has a long-term vision. One day we will have robots in our everyday lives. The path to this involves humanizing technology by taking them out of the lab and into the living … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
The Raspberry Pi B+ Has Same $35 Price, More Ports, More Power

The Raspberry Pi Foundation founder, Eben Upton, announced the latest version of the Raspberry Pi Model B, the Model B+, as the “final evolution” of the first-generation Pi. The upgraded version has 2 more USB ports, a microSD card reader,14 … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Soon, You Could Roll up Your TV like a Newspaper

In a step towards making large displays for flexible TVs, LG’s display division showed off its 18-inch flexible display that can roll up into a cylinder. LG touted this as a significant advance that could make large TVs portable. It … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Samsung’s VR Headset Will Be Called Gear VR, Images Leaked

Samsung does a darn good job at dipping its toes in every rising tech market there is. Earlier this year we learned that the company was working on virtual reality device for enhanced gaming as well as immersive experience videos. … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
Tiny Chip Implant Could Deliver 16 Years of Birth Control

MicroCHIPS, a company from Lexington, Massachusetts, has developed a remote-controlled computer chip that could be soon used for contraception. Implanted under the skin and activated by a wireless remote, the chip could prevent pregnancies for up to 16 years by … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
SCiO Chemical Scanner Identifies The World Around You, Has $2 Million On Kickstarter

What is SCiO? SCiO, Latin for “to know”, is an infrared spectrometer the size of a thumb drive that can read the chemical makeup of foods, drugs, and other items. Israeli inventor Dror Sharon envisions that the tiny gadget could … Continue reading