Never Mind About Greasy Fingers, KFC Tray Typer Will Let You Type Away Without Greasing Your Handset

You know how it is. You were in the midst of savoring some delicious, finger lickin’ good fried chicken when suddenly your phone beeps and you had to reply to that all-important text with content like “where are you?” and you will be like “I am eating my damn fried chicken, that’s where! No thanks for being this late.” But regardless of how annoyed you are when a text or email interrupts the serene and quality time between you and the well sacrificed chick, you still have to make the reply, else you’d be eating alone. But there’s a price to pay for the midst-of-eating replying and that’s a greasy touchscreen or in some instance where you managed to wipe off most part of the fried chicken oil with a napkin, it would be sticky screen. Either way, it is not good. Continue reading Never Mind About Greasy Fingers, KFC Tray Typer Will Let You Type Away Without Greasing Your Handset

Cubit Makes Creating Electronics Project Super Easy with Zero Coding and No Soldering

Automatically turning on a conventional fan when the heat is up requires some form of automation, which you can do so with the available smart home system in the market. But why not do that and many other electronic projects which you may have in your mind, yourself? I know right. The coding just sting your brain and not to mention the eye-straining soldering you have to endure just to get it to work proper. This is where Cubit wants to fill in. It wants you to create, be a maker of things, without knowing a single line of code or even know how to handle a soldering iron. Sounds like an impossibility? Well, it is not. In fact, Cubit is not alone. There are others, but so far, Cubit appears to be the easiest and most straight to point maker tool. Continue reading Cubit Makes Creating Electronics Project Super Easy with Zero Coding and No Soldering

Can You Imagine Playing a First Person Shooter on a Board Game?

There are a lot of things I can’t imagine how it will play out and turning a first person shooter (FPS) into a board game is one of them. The lack of imagination in this respect is not surprising for a person who can’t even imagine how Risks is being played, even though I had the board game since I was 15. Anyway, that’s just me. However, if you don’t find board game first person shooter any odder than a bear scratching his back on a traffic sign post, then the Crysis Analogue Edition is for you. More so, if you are a huge Crysis fan because this board game, created by Germany-based Frame6, not only features stunning visuals interpreted on the board, ‘soldier boards’, punchboard tokens and playing card loaded with information, but it also come with some seriously awesome miniatures and dice. It even comes with 20 protective wall and 16 light cover to make the whole board game experience more, well, immersive. Kind of… Continue reading Can You Imagine Playing a First Person Shooter on a Board Game?

Sprite Breaks Aerial Imaging Drone Tradition with Coaxial and Tube Form

Forget what you know about imaging unmanned aerial vehicle, because if you are looking to deploy such a vehicle spontaneously, Sprite Rugged Imaging Drone is the way to go. Why? For starter, It has a tube-shaped design which enable it to be slip right into your backpack’s side pocket, which means quick access to it whenever you need it. Sprite does not take on the traditional, same-plane multi rotor approach. Instead, it has a coaxial setup that revolves around the airframe itself and boasts an advanced autopilot system that takes the chore of flying out of your hands. It supports Tower, DroidPlanner and MissionPlanner flight control software for Android and PC, letting you create flights by drawing paths or dropping waypoints on smartphone or tablet. However, you can also choose to go manual using conventional transmitter or mobile device. Continue reading Sprite Breaks Aerial Imaging Drone Tradition with Coaxial and Tube Form

LG Adds Two More G4s to the Lineup, Promised to be “Exceptionally Priced”

LG is riding on the fresh wave brought about by its newest flagship LG G4 by introducing two new members of LG G4 series, the G4 Stylus and G4c. Yup. G4 now has its own family. So, if you think something is missing out on the new G4 that doesn’t quite appeal to you, then the G4 Stylus and G4c may be able to make up for it. And that includes addressing the frustration of not having stylus to counter fat fingers or simply to tackle ‘finer’ touchscreen tasks, or perhaps a bigger or smaller display to suit your smartphone usage needs. The G4 Stylus, as the product name suggests, comes equipped with LG’s Rubberdium stylus that allows you to take note and doodle stuff more easily on its larger 5.7 HD IPS display. The G4c on the other hand, shares some of the “premium features and styling” of the flagship G4 but in a more handy package i.e. it has a smaller display. Continue reading LG Adds Two More G4s to the Lineup, Promised to be “Exceptionally Priced”

China’s Dlodlo VR Glasses is Seriously Fashionable, Touts Specs That Seems Almost Unreal

If clunky goggles have been stopping you from diving into virtual reality eyewear, then perhaps Dlodlo Virtual Reality Glasses will change your mind. Hail from Shenzhen, China, Dlodlo prides itself as the lightest VR glasses in the market, tipping the scale at mere 4 ounces (120g) and it does so with serious fashion styling. And notice its maker didn’t even refer it as a pair of goggles but as glasses? Because that what it is – glasses. Above all, it touts some delightful features that make it sounds almost unreal. Lining up the spec-sheet includes 2K resolution at 120Hz, 110o Field of View (FOV), stereoscopic 3D gaming capability, support 2D/3D switch, up to 4K video playback, integrated stereo headphones, a built-in 2,000 mAh rechargeable battery, built-in microphone, military-grade high-definition display modules to mimic natural colors, and an adjustable distance of between 58-70mm vision correction for those who wear corrective glasses. Continue reading China’s Dlodlo VR Glasses is Seriously Fashionable, Touts Specs That Seems Almost Unreal

You Can Now Dress Up Your Galaxy S6 With These Avengers-themed Cases

I am sure you’ve heard about Samsung’s plan to out an Iron Man-themed Galaxy S6 Edge. Well, fans of the other S6 (and Avengers) won’t be left out, because there are the Official Samsung Marvel Avengers Galaxy S6 Cases to content with and without the need to shell out more money for a brand new handset. While these smartphone cases probably won’t look as rad as the upcoming Iron Man Galaxy S6 Edge handset, they are your best bet if you are going to have your Avengers fix. Besides, at least the Official Samsung Marvel Avengers Galaxy S6 Cases are confirmed to sport designs of the four key superheroes, namely Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and the big green angry guy, from the movie Avengers: Age of Ultron. Continue reading You Can Now Dress Up Your Galaxy S6 With These Avengers-themed Cases

This is Smart Forgigs, a Mobile Audio Concept Packing 5,720 Watts of JBL Sound and 150 dB of Sound Pressure

Smart Fortwo is a tiny car and if you’re wondering besides fitting two non-giants inside, what else could it take, then the answer would be probably a duffel bag, or maybe plus a messenger bag. But if you prefer, you can stuff it with truck load of speakers, just like what JBL did with this collaborative concept car which the audio company calls Forgigs. No prize for guessing why the name ‘Forgigs’ because it is obvious this car, which has some 5,720 watts of sonic bliss packed into it, is a concert hall on wheels. But why a Fortwo? According to Daimler, the owner of Smart, both themselves and JBL are keen to “find out what kind of a sound experience is possible when the city coupe is equipped with the finest and most powerful audio components” and this proof of concept can also serve as a mobile amplifier for live concerts by aspiring street musicians. Continue reading This is Smart Forgigs, a Mobile Audio Concept Packing 5,720 Watts of JBL Sound and 150 dB of Sound Pressure

These are Wind Turbines That Leverage on Oscillation Caused by Winds to Generate Electricity

Now that we are used to wind turbines with huge-ass blades sometime as long as a football field, we can’t say they are unsightly, but what if we told you that there’s a prettier alternative of turning wind energy into electricity and in a more compact form to boot? I know. It is hard imagine that anything other than blades can be used to harvest energy from the wind. But such is what Vortex Bladeless Wind Turbines is touting. So what the exactly is Vortex? Well, simply put, it is wind turbine without menacing blades. Developed by Spanish company Vortex Bladeless, Vortex appears to be simple elongated cone sticking out of the ground and leverages on vorticity, a aerodynamic phenomena that produces a pattern of spinning vortices (kind of like wind turbulence). Continue reading These are Wind Turbines That Leverage on Oscillation Caused by Winds to Generate Electricity

Dog Collar Goes High-tech with This All-in-One Smart Dog Collar

Humans have been reaping the benefits brought about by tech developments and if the old adage of dog’s man best friend is true, shouldn’t fido be enjoying these tech developments too? We are not talking about letting your furry friend use a smartphone. That would be ridiculous. We are talking about getting him or her a high-tech collar, such as this one from DogTelligent, simply known as All-in-One Smart Dog Collar, that would enable you, his or her best friend, easier to manage and monitor your precious pet. This seemingly nondescript but yet sleek collar of anodized aluminum is loaded with tech including Bluetooth technology, WiFi, GPS, Cellular communication, accelerometer, ambient temperature sensors, ultrasonic micro-speaker, micro-speaker and microphone – all wrapped in a rugged construction that’s both water and shockproof. Continue reading Dog Collar Goes High-tech with This All-in-One Smart Dog Collar

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