This week I did some reviews on the new Dell Venue Tablet Series and just to let you know this Black Friday the Dell Venue 8, usually $179.99, will be on sale! Yep! On Dell’s website as a virtual door … Continue reading →
Two sphere-shaped robots work by wirelessly connecting to iOS devices via Bluetooth. The two, Bo and Yana, are rolling robots with completely different personalities and coding needs. Bo (the “explorer”) comes with various parts such as motors, lights, sensors and inputs; all of which Yana (the “storyteller”) does not have.
Last week the internet was abuzz with rumors of who (and what) could possibly be behind the mystery barge that suddenly appeared off a pier at Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay. After a week of speculation, unanswered questions, … Continue reading →
Project Ara is a brand new development based on Dave Hakken’s Phonebloks idea you might remember from about a month ago. Now Motorola, Google’s Motorola, is in cahoots with the Phonebloks developer Dave Hakkens; with the intention of turning his … Continue reading →
Now, if your memory jogs you, this isn’t the first time Motorola has dabbled in phone customization. Just this year the company unleashed the Moto X, a smartphone with a certain level of customization, yet nothing special. It centered only on color options and accents, as well as one hardware component- the decision of including a 16 or 32 GB hard drive.
Ever found yourself adding a to-do list or general memo in a “Note” app on your smartphone and forgetting it ever existed? Wouldn’t you want pen and paper notes to be as valuable as possible? Don’t forget the frustration that … Continue reading →
Meet the UBR-1. He came from a Silicon Valley start up company known as Willow Garage who now started their very own spin off company dubbed Unbounded Robotics. When they were still Willow Garage their first robot was the PR2. … Continue reading →
Getting back to Microsoft's POV, why wouldn't they go this approach? This, smartglass hardware, could be the first category for them to jump into without being late to the game. Because “technology companies can't afford to wait”, a software giant like Microsoft would be foolish to not begin now. There are very little details on how they would work, however a few things were dug up out of an early Xbox One document.
Willow Garage is a Silicon Valley start-up company known in the world of robotics as introducing one of the first robots capable of wide range functioning. As most robots perform on a high skill level with just one single, focused … Continue reading →
Unlike its predecessor made of over 115 units, the injector mentioned was made of only two parts, one of the most efficient aspects of using this method. Additive manufacturing is a fancy way of putting what’s really happening here, the ability to build parts layer upon layer from 3D data with next to nothing waste-wise.
Smart wearables have quickly taken over the tech world as this year’s hot ticket items. Innovations as simple as a navigational belt that can guide you around a city to gadgets like the Galaxy Gear, a watch whose most basic and little used function will probably be the timekeeper itself, are popping up in new and unexpected ways every day. This week we are taking a look at Woojer, a wearable audio accessory that claims to let Bass Junkies “FEEL THE SOUND!”.