there are smartphone apps that let you send a distress call when you are in trouble, but those involves a rather lengthy process, including pulling out your phone, unlocking it and lunching the app. obviously in a real emergencies, you won’t have time for that. this is where React Mobile‘s React Sidekick comes in. React […]
smartphone is a powerful invention. it has myriad of apps that has virtually everything covered and now, it will even tell when’s the best time to go take a leak during a movie. the aptly named RunPee is the app that will do just that. so how do the app knows when is the best time? well…
if you are an enormous fan of bacons to a point that you will be awaken by the even the faintest delicious smell of bacon, then you are in luck, cos’ Oscar Mayer’s Wake Up & Smell The Bacon iPhone Device is the alarm clock designed with you in mind.
had enough of iPhone-controlled vertical take-off aircraft? how about a change from that and go for a smartphone-controlled airplane instead? though the company behind this slow flyer, Germany-based TobyRich, claimed the SmartPlane as the world’s first smartphone-controlled airplane, it is technically not the first smartphone-controlled toy aircraft to take to the sky.
the iBug RC Robotic Bug you see here is not the newest of the new, but still, it makes an awesome Christmas stuffer for this Holiday Season and looks pretty cute too, well, in a creepy way, that is. hailing from China’s Shenzhen BaiYuYi Electronics company, who basically deals with all things electronic, the iBug RC Robotic Bug is a close relative to the firm’s iRoach, a robotic cockroach.
though i have never find it a chore to enter password to unlock my Mac (same sentiment goes to the iPhone 5s too), i still find the Knock to Unlock functionality pretty intriguing, but probably not a want for me, personally. anyways, so what the heck is Knock to Unlock? well, Knock actually comprises of two things:
with the Griffin MOTO TC Rally, Griffin takes step up in blurring the line between reality and virtual reality. app-controlled remote control ain’t need, but the MOTO TC Rally not only stands out with its realistically-style vehicle (and size too), but also introduces impact sensors on the toy vehicle’s bumpers to detect damage caused by