You know what? Just yesterday I heard my sister saying that my auntie came back from a holiday in Thailand, bringing back a packet crickets snack. Yes. Crickets, the chirping bug. To the rest of the world, this sound really unreal… but then I saw this in our inbox: Chirps Cricket Protein Powder. Talk about coincidence… Anyways, Chirps Cricket Protein Power is exactly what it says it is: it is protein powder formulated with the bugs belonging to the Gryllidae family. Continue reading Bitten By Fitness Bug: Chirps Cricket Protein Powder And Yes, It Is Real!
Can 49 bucks get you a mobile phone in today’s context? Probably not, or so we thought. As it turns out for $49-79, you can not only bag yourself a mobile phone with cameras, but also a stylus pen, a laser pointer, a voice recorder, a radio, a media player, and even a fun voice changer to boot. Those things we have just mentioned are not several devices; they are packed inside one device, in a convenient, pocket-friendly package called Zanco S-Pen. Continue reading This Gadget Packs An Insane Number Of Features And It Is A Phone Too
I love the idea of going out into the ocean and explore the world under the water line, but thanks to Jaws, I am apprehensive for obvious reason. If you are like me, then you will like idea of Picam360 SurfaceWalker Aquatic Drone. It is not an underwater drone. It is an unmanned sea vehicle, or USV, designed with a 360-degree panoramic camera below its hull. Continue reading Picam360 SurfaceWalker Drone Lets You Do “Remote Snorkeling”
On hindsight, TV is really an obtrusive piece of technology that we have forced ourselves to come to terms with. Why? Because, however pretty it is, it is never part of a beautiful interior design of any home and it never ever will. However, soon we may not have put up with the presence of an awkward black panel. And no, we are not talking about transparent TVs; we are talking about projectors, specifically a projector with TV functionality. Continue reading The Future Of Android TV Is This: A Portable Projector
Just when we thought pocket-size is the smallest a synthesizer can get, one Italian company called Audioweld (who has watchmaking background, btw) takes synthesizer to the next level of small. How small? Well, it is small enough to be worn on the wrist and hence the name Synthwatch. Synthwatch has a functional seven-key keyboard, thus effectively making it a wrist-worn keyboard. The keys allow you to create tunes via a companion app on both Android and iOS. Continue reading An Italian Company Wants To Put A Synthesizer On Your Wrist For $540
Skateboard is old news and electric skateboard isn’t exactly new either, but most electric skateboard we have seen thus far threaded cautiously in the area of control. Almost all of them comes with an external control, a remote of sort, or at least, controllable via an app on your smartphone. Not the Australia’s Zenboard Handsfree Electric Skateboard. Zenboard boldly goes where no skateboard makers dare to go, by going absolutely hands free. Continue reading Meet The Truly Hands-free Electric Skateboard, The Zenboard
In some cultures, father passes down antiquated shaver to his son as the heirloom. That is kind of sexist because, what if the child was a girl? In that case, a neutral object, such as A Minimal Pen you see here would be more appropriate. So, what the hell is A Minimal Pen. A Minimal Pen is a U.S.A. made, minimalist, all-metal pen that kind of runs along the ethos of less is more. Continue reading If You Ever Need Just One Pen In Your Life, A Minimal Pen Might Be It
We challenge you to grind pepper with one hand. Oh, you can’t? Actually, you can – if you have the Ortwo Pepper Grinder. Pepper grinder is a widely used kitchen gadget and yet, it’s design remain largely unchanged for decades. Well, that is until now. Continue reading Finally, You Can Grind Pepper With Just One Hand (If You Really Want To)
There is an obvious reason why almost all consumer and commercial drones are controlled using dual stick controllers, while military drones use a joystick similar to those found on aircraft. A dual stick controller lets you hold and maneuver at the same when there is no solid base like a table to rest the controller on. A military drone operator, on the other hand, has a table, complete with display and whatnot to create a cockpit away from cockpit environment. Notwithstanding this reason, former NASA astronaut Scott Parazynski begs to differ. Continue reading Former NASA Astronaut Wants You To Use A Joystick To Fly A Drone
With the return of twisted, nonsensical cartoons like Adventure Time, We Bare Bears, Rick and Morty and the likes, it seems like a fitting time to bring back a twisted and gross toy from the 90s. We talking about the Gurglin’ Gutz, the squishy, stretchy, silicon globs of simulated eyeballs, brains and guts that made sucking slurp of gooey grossness when squeezed. It was a hit toy product that could be considered as one of the icons of the 90s. Continue reading Gurglin’ Gutz, The Grossest Toy From The 90s Is Back!