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INTEL
Intel Compute Stick: Not Just Another HDMI Dongle

We love the Google Chromecast. Oh, and the Roku! Don’t forget about the Mozilla Matchstick! They are all great (but similar) options for streaming TV with just an HDMI stick. So, you’re probably hoping I don’t suggest a new (and … Continue reading

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

THE RED-HEADED GEEK SHOW
E 91- Best of Kickstarter 2014: Coolest Cooler, SCiO, Micro 3D | Red Headed Geek Show

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

CES - CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW
The High-End Dell Venue 8 7000 Is Ultra Thin and Powerful

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Avegant Glyph’s Headset: A Multimedia Experience

I remember reading this particular headline from The Verge back in 2013: Avegant Glyph: The virtual reality headset made for the mainstream. Part Google Glass, part Oculus Rift, part Beats by Dre”. Where the heck did these things go? They’ve … Continue reading

 

BATTERY & POWER TECHNOLOGY
Dell Wants to Outshine Lenovo’s New Line with Its Sleekest XPS Laptop Yet

Just yesterday, I covered the new line of super-thin and light LaVie laptops from Lenovo. Tech giants participating in CES are sure bringing it this year, because now Dell has come forward with its NEW insanely thin XPS 13 line … Continue reading

 

CES - CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW
Lenovo’s LaVie Laptop Series Are Lighter than You’ll Believe

Since its reveal at CES 2015 this week, everyone is talking about the oh-so-light Lenovo LaVie HZ550. At just 1.72 pounds, Engadget calls it “stupidly, record-breakingly compact”. There’s nothing wrong with that. I know I sure wouldn’t mind having a … Continue reading

 

CES - CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW
ODG to Release New Google Glass Competitor

You won’t believe the next Google Glass competitor. This one’s from the very low-key Ralph Osterhout. He’s the guy who created underwater vehicles for James Bond films, has been building heavy duty smart glasses for military for years, and invented … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Montblanc’s e-Strap, Add-on Smartness While Keeping Your Luxury

If you happen to be in the market for a rather high-quality, high class smartwatch, Swiss luxury watchmaker Montblanc wants to provide that style, with the additional tech in its new timepiece. The company celebrated the first hours of of … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
2014 Kickstarter Projects: What Survived and What Surpassed?

Kickstarter had a huge year, backing projects that will influence new technological innovations in the years to come. Sometimes, the best ideas don’t come from multi-billion dollar companies, but individuals and groups who have a sincere vision for change. According … Continue reading

 

DISPLAY SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
Samsung Launches Milk VR to Deliver Content for Gear VR

Samsung made a bold move by releasing its virtual reality headset, Gear VR. Heck, it had to when competitors like Sony’s Project Morpheus and Google Cardboard threw themselves into the mix. The new headset, priced at $200, could officially be … Continue reading

 

APPLE
Looks like Apple May Release That Stylus Steve Jobs Hated

An idea from back in the 1990′s, famously known as one that Steve Jobs hated, was for Apple Newtons to come with a stylus, similar to what the PalmPilot had. When the iPhone came out in 2007, the company still … Continue reading

 

APPLE
Fingerprints Can Now Be Stolen from a Distance

When we think of technological advancements, do we also think increased security when it comes to our identity? The capability to replace passwords with fingerprints has already taken place. Actually, they have been around since the 1990s in consumer technology … Continue reading

 

GADGETS & PERIPHERALS
After Two Years, the Ubi Smart Hub Is out of Beta Testing

Ubi wants to one-up other similar smart hubs that connect devices around the home by being voice-operated. Similar to the Smart Plug from D-Link, Ubi simply plugs into an AC outlet. However, the added bonus of using speech-recognition technology makes … Continue reading