Batteriser is a $2.50 gadget that extends disposable battery life by 800 percent
The doorknob was slammed so hard into the wall, it got stuck in the plaster. They took my hard Roohparvar says the sleeves are thin enough to fit inside almost every battery compartment imaginable, and the combined package can extend battery life ...
June 3, 2015
Will the Apple Watch Eclipse the Classic Swiss Watch?
“I'm probably going to wear an Apple Watch during the day, but if I'm going out at night, I'll switch to a more classic watch,” said Tony King, CEO of King & Partners, a digital agency whose clients are mainly fashion and luxury brands like Bentley and ...
April 16, 2015
It's a trip: On board the weird, wired world of Anthem of the Seas
Bionic bartenders, wall-to-wall touch screens, "virtual balconies," fast Wi-Fi and suites of Xboxes are at the relatively normal end of this brave new hi-tech water world. After that it all starts getting slightly psychedelic, with giant giraffes, mind ...
April 28, 2015
Where To Place Your Router To Get The Absolute Best WiFi Connection
We've all felt that agonizing moment of WiFi-lessness when the connection drops out unexpectedly. Turns out, there's a right and wrong way to set up a WiFi router, and the wrong way can leave you waiting longer for pages to load or Netflix to buffer....
March 27, 2015
The Best Way to Back Up Your Computer
I became obsessed with backing up my digital life. I copied photos and music to extra drives. I burned DVDs. I printed things out. Eventually, I found a better way: a program called CrashPlan that, for $60 a year, saves an online copy of everything ...
March 3, 2015
The Best Way to Organize a Lifetime of Photos
Call it a photography renaissance or narcissism run amok. The new rule is: “Pics or it didn't happen.” Digital cameras, especially smartphones, entice us to snap, snap, snap with abandon. Yet all these moments we capture seem to vanish into a digital ...
April 21, 2015
This Scientific Test Will Tell You How Addicted You Are To Your Smartphone
Smartphone addiction is no joke, and now there's a scientific way to measure it. A new study from Iowa State University has identified some of the central aspects of nomophobia -- that's "no mobile phone" phobia -- with a handy new 20-question survey ...
May 18, 2015
Technology startup Next Thing is preparing to unleash a credit card-sized personal computer -- dubbed CHIP -- on the world, turning to the crowdfunding site Kickstarter to drum up financial support. The project, which has already received close to $700,000 out of a $50,000 goal with 26 days to go, allows users to work in LibreOffice, a free and open source office suite developed by The Document Foundation that allows users to save documents... The basic CHIP costs just $9, with a battery, VGA and HDMI adapter, and mobile casing, which can eventually push the price up to just under $50. CHIP is expected to ship in December of this year, with the full package with accessories available in... While just getting started, the CHIP computer is entering a market that is now dominated by the likes of the Raspberry Pi. The second version of that DIY computer system now supports Microsoft Windows and is clearly steering toward a more... It offers connectivity through Bluetooth 4 and WiFi, which allows users to connect to the Web and add on a wireless keyboard or mouse. CHIP also comes pre-loaded with Scratch, a user-friendly programming language that teaches the basics of programming by making stories, games, and animations.
At the time of writing, Lucera Labs' Kickstarter campaign is more than three quarters of the way to its funding goal of US$100,000. It is planning to ship in June if the remaining cash can be raised. Pledges of $249 are still available and will have one sent your way if all goes to plan. You can check out Lucera Labs' pitch video below. Source: Lucera Labs. Nick was born outside of Melbourne, Australia, with a general curiosity that has drawn him to some distant (and very cold) places. Having worked for publications such as The Santiago Times and The Conversation , he now writes for Gizmag from Melbourne, excited by tech and all forms of innovation, the city's bizarre weather and curried egg sandwiches.
Real Time Clocks Suppliers
Manufacturer of display, program & real time clocks. Types of clocks include analog, digital, wall, wireless synchronized, master & secondary, custom advertising & message, time zone, atomic & calendar clocks. Time systems & timers & stopwatches are also ...
July 12, 2015
Surf Report: 5 great uses for your old smartphone, tablet
As long as you have Wi-Fi ... TV Inc.) Digital photo frame While dedicated digital photo frames have all but gone the way of the dodo bird, you can turn an old tablet into one for your desk at work, kitchen counter or even mounted to a wall in your ...
July 11, 2015
Apple Watch: We Are Now Literally Handcuffed To Our Computers
With its new smart watch, unveiled today in California, Apple is hoping to turn that figure ... less expensive clocks, the devices moved into people’s homes in the form of wall clocks and floor clocks — the equivalent of the bulky desktop PC that ...
September 9, 2014
Giant Display Atomic Wall Clock ensures you know what time it is always
The thing about clocks is this – some of them might actually feature some boring design that you could end up overlooking the time itself, so why not embrace the future with the $129.95 Giant Display Atomic Wall Clock ... will be a wireless outdoor ...
February 20, 2014
Sony Launches 'World's Lightest' Mirrorless Wi-Fi Camera
LAS VEGAS — Sony is launching a new, ultra-lightweight Wi-Fi-connected within its Alpha line of compact mirrorless cameras, the α5000. Sony claims the α5000 is the lightest Wi-Fi mirrorless camera you can buy, with a body that weighs just 8 ounces.
January 6, 2014
Atomic Digital Clock with Wireless Solar-Powered Outdoor Temp
Wall clock or Table Clock capability. Has two legs which pull out to sit on a surface. Solar-powered wireless outdoor temperature sensor. Wireless outdoor temperature (°F). Monitors indoor temperature (°F). Atomic time and date. Battery opertated.
December 10, 2013
Wood Finish Atomic Digital Wall Clock with Forecasting Function
A rich wood grain finish gives this digital atomic wall clock a retro style ... Power Requirements:. Clocks: 2 AA Alkaline batteries. Wireless sensor: 2 AA Alkaline batteries. Receiver: 8 in. x 12.2 in. x 1.18 in.. Sensor: 5.05 in. x 1.5 in.
December 10, 2013