I hate to go to those important Monday morning progress meetings with a stack of file folders, especially fumbling through papers when someone asks for certain information or I have to scribble down some comments and embarrassingly look for a pencil or a sheet of paper. Thanks to Sony’s revolutionary Digital Paper all my troubles are over. This wonderful tablet can now take care of these jobs not only in a better way but also with more style. What is even more fascinating is that it offers a combination of a tablet and paper, so one can annotate, edit, or sketch like doing it actually on a pad of paper. Read More →
Is there a limit to what your smartphone can do? As they rightly say Only Sky is the limit. Now you can interact with the night sky in a whole new way using the COSMOS 90GT Wi-Fi telescope and your smartphone or tablet! This new COSMOS Celestron Navigator mobile app replaces the traditional telescope. Just hold your smart device up to the night sky at an object you’d like to view and tap the screen. Your COSMOS 90GT automatically swerves towards the object and the screen displays information about it. It’s never been more fun to explore the universe! Read More →
In recent decades, the doorbell systems have virtually gone wireless. The doorbell button contains a built-in radio transmitter powered by a battery. When the button is pushed, the transmitter sends a radio signal to the receiver unit, which is plugged into a wall outlet inside the building. When the radio signal is detected by the receiver, it activates a sound chip that plays the sound of gongs through a loudspeaker. These buzzers and videophones often involve complicated installations. There is also interference by nearby wireless doorbells on the same radio frequency, and the units have to be set by the owner to different radio channels. Read More →
Commonly known as an “Executive Toy”, Newton’s Cradle has long been a fascinating gizmo for many people. I always had one on my desk. It has also been used as a classroom model for demonstration of Conservation of Momentum. Now a futuristic dimension has been added to it where the metal spheres have been replaced by glass spheres that each sport bright, multicolor LEDs, hence the name – the Kinetic Light Newton’s Cradle. Read More →
Way back in the day in the late 1990′s and early 2000′s, the goal of cell phones was to go as small as possible. Now, it’s about fitting the biggest screen possible into the palm of your hand. With so many new phones coming out every few months, sometimes it’s just nice to step back and remember the “good ol’ days”. The days when phones like the retro looking Nokia/Motorola handsets were popular. Or perhaps you happen to live in an area where it’s a bit rough and your fancy iPhone will draw too much unwanted attention.
This is where you can have the best of both worlds. This Retro Phone case for the iPhone 5 may look like an old, outdated phone that nobody wants yet your state-of-the-art phone is just beneath that 1990′s looking keypad. Pretty cool right?
This Retro Phone case can be yours for $34.95 at Amazon.
We’re a generation who love to play. Whether we’re killing some time on the go or kicking back at home, we just can’t get enough of games. Thanks to the rise of smartphones and tablets, as well as the ever-expanding library of app titles, we’re now never far away from a gaming device.
One of the industries to majorly benefit from the mobile platform is gambling, with 164 million players expected to use their mobiles to place a bet, visit a mobile casino or buy a lottery ticket in 2018. But you don’t have to wait until then. There is a load of great app titles just waiting to bring the power of the casino straight to your fingertips. Here are some of the best. Read More →
Bored on the train? Want to make the most out of layovers? Tired of those long, dreary, road trips? Then pack your smartphone or tablet on your next trip- these devices are essential components in the 21st century traveler’s arsenal.
Here are some of the best apps that can keep you entertained on those long drives and boring commutes: Read More →
I enjoy going camping and like almost every aspect of the activity. I said almost because I don’t like bringing along clutter like forks, spoons, knives, and etc. Enter the Case Hobo, which is just like a Swiss Army Knife but instead of tools, you get tools for eating! The device folds out to reveal a knife, spoon, and fork.
You can slide the handle together and it folds right up like any standard trapper knife. The device features a Peach Jigged Amber bone handle and the actual utensils are made from surgical steel.When closed, the Hobo measures in at 4 1/8 inches and total weight is 7.7 ounces. The surgical steel is built to last and is very easy to clean.
The Case Hobo Cutlery Tool can be yours for $70 on Amazon. Oh and if it helps, the device is made in the USA in Bradford, Pennsylvania by skilled artisans