iCalm Dog, is an iPod of sorts for dogs that uses calming music –specifically “doggy soothing music” to help with their anxiety. Elements that need to be adjusted for animals are tone, tempo and pattern, and dogs and cats can … Continue reading →
Lets NOT talk about GOOGLE GLASS!! One of my favorite things to complain about and make fun of! If I am NOT complaining about Google Glass, the only other time I will talk about it is when I have some … Continue reading →
Fon is a Spanish company founded on Kickstarter, and has since become one of the world’s largest dual-access Wi-Fi network operators. Back in July of 2013, Fon held over 8 million hotspots, while today it has over 13 million around … Continue reading →
Ever since the Raspberry Pi emerged into the tech world, it has been utilized in countless ways. Many makers and ‘DIYers’ have utilized it’s novelty, flexibility, and affordability to create some phenomenal devices. But how many tablets do we know … Continue reading →
As computers have gotten more complicated they have become more difficult to understand. Today we have different tools than children playing with Legos did. We have cheap computers and free software, and it is more important than ever to give … Continue reading →
This internet of things concept is rapidly growing, especially in the case of making your home smart and responsive. This is not a very easy thing to do, having gadgets communicate easily with one another, yet with WigWag it … Continue reading →
As mini as it may be, Utilite doesn't limit its ports or connectivity. As seen in the photo, we've got WiFi b/g/n, Blueooth 3.0, 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports, HDMI and DVI for video output, 4 USB 2.0's and 1 micro, as well as a micro SD slot and audio jacks.
Over the weekend a man named Dave Akerman, self described as an armchair astronaut, sent a Raspberry Pi and one of the newly released 5 MegaPixel Pi cameras up, up, up and away, as part of his “Eye in the … Continue reading →
All gadgets this week! Too much rad stuff to not share! Scientists at Cornell University have been developing a PR2 robot capable of anticipating human actions, meaning if you want a beer, the friend will get you one! It … Continue reading →
Daria the Red-Headed Geek here! I’m back this week to tap into some neat Google news topics that have happened this week. First, the incredible driver-less car idea by Google is sprouting many advantageous effects, as well as rippling ones. … Continue reading →
The Raspberry Pi Computer is a credit card sized mini PC circuit board that cost only $35. Now you can take it anywhere with the new Mobile Raspberry Pi-to-Go; a real mobile computer that gets up to 10 hours of battery life.