Movies of scenes where people seemingly talking to each other, hands-free and at quite a distance apart is pure bullshit. OK, maybe not. Perhaps the characters were using Milo?
If you are in the market for a “survivalist smartphone,” Shanghai-based Unihertz Atom XL may be right on your money. Building on the success of the original Atom, Atom XL is a compact 4-inch rugged smartphone that boasts a host of upgrades, including DMR walkie-talkie function.
Armed with GPS and the ability to make and take calls, and text, the Apple Watch can used independently of iPhone. But what about imaging? Well for that, Wristcam has the answer.
With a new style of commercial that proudly proclaims “It Already Does That”, you sort of know that isn’t much new features going on with the newly revealed Apple Watch Series 6 smartwatch.
Playmobil has a special place in my heart and so is 80s sci-fi trilogy, Back to the Future. So, naturally, when we saw the new Playmobil Back to the Future DeLorean Set, it sets my heart fluttering. Yes. That’s right 70s and 80s babies, it is the DeLorean DMC-12 as Playmobil!
Here’s a slightly affordable alternative to rugged smartphone with FLIR, or thermal imaging. Coming from Hong Kong-based Blackview, the Blackview BV9800 Pro is a rugged phone with integrated FLIR Lepton. That’s right. This phone literally lets you see and measure heat signature.
You hear it is coming and now, it is finally here, well, almost. We talking about the Unihertz Titan Rugged QWERTY Smartphone, the rugged BlackBerry-like device. It is now live on Kickstarter and man, it looks like many people are clamoring for a ruggedized smartphone with physical keyboard.
Here’s a piece of good news for lovers of smartphone with physical QWERTY keyboard who sometimes have butterfingers. In other words, a BlackBerry Passport-like device that can survive the punishment of clumsy hands and a device that fits into an established ecosystem such as Google Android.
Do you guys remember DOOGEE? The small handset maker from China that mostly makes copies of other China handset (but doing it pretty darn well)? Well, it looks like they have progressed quite a bit. The company is breaking into the U.S. market with its new device called DOOGEE S90, which it claimed as “the …
Have you ever wonder what it would be like if today’s popular apps and services we use today were available in the pre-internet era? It is hard to imagine Spotify, or Facebook would be if they existed, say, in the 80s, but one man has imagine how today’s icons like Netflix, Snapchat, Adobe Illustrator and …