Sony SmartBand Talk Smartwatch

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Earlier we have introduced you some wrist bands and watches that were exclusively used to provide an accurate overview of your daily physical activity; whether it be walking, running or climbing. Now Sony has taken this concept up a notch. It is a new Sony SmartBand Talk smartwatch which has been designed to provide users with the ability to make calls directly from their wrists as well as track their activities and carry out other actions using the integrated SIM. The design is IP68 waterproof and dustproof certified and will connect to devices running Google’s latest Android 4.4 operating system via Near Field Communication (NFC) technology and Bluetooth 4.0. Read More →

Organize Cables Easily with the Cable Label Set

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The more gadgets you get the more cables there are. Its crazy at the back of my computer desk with cables running everywhere. It’s so hard to follow a particular cable to the corresponding device. I have used bread bag clips on cables as a solution but they are small and don’t look very cool. Now when I found this cute label set, I am going to replace those clips. Read More →

HydraCoach – Tells You When To Drink

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Water is human body’s principal chemical component and makes up about 60 percent of its body weight. Every system in the body depends on water. For example, water flushes toxins out of vital organs, carries nutrients to cells, and provides a moist environment for ear, nose and throat tissues.

Lack of water can lead to dehydration, a condition that occurs when the body doesn’t have enough water in to carry out normal functions. Even mild dehydration can drain energy and make one feel tired. Water is lost through breath, perspiration, urine and bowel movements. For body to function properly, one must replenish its water supply by consuming beverages and foods that contain water. Read More →

Bygen’s Hank Direct Bike

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Folding bicycles are designed to fold into a compact form, facilitating transport and storage. When folded, the bikes can be more easily carried into buildings and workplaces or on public transportation, and more easily stored in compact living quarters or aboard a car, boat or plane. There is another advantage that the airline baggage regulations often permit folding bikes as ordinary luggage, without extra cost. Read More →

SunJack Phone Portable Solar Charger

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No matter where you or where you go, you have to have your electronic gadgets these days. When you are camping or working in remote areas, it is not always easy to get your gadgets recharged when you need them the most.

SunJack Phone Portable Solar Charger is a powerful foldable solar charger that has an 8000 mAh battery, which can be charged up in around 5 hours in direct sunlight. It can also charge any USB device directly. Its powerful SunJack battery can charge your devices even if the there is no sun light. It is compatible with most mobile phones, iPad/tablets, USB lights, digital cameras, MP3 players, and portable gaming devices. Read More →

Belkin WeMo Lighting Starter Kit

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Now you don’t have to go into a dark room ever again. You can make the lights at your home  completely automated and control them by a few taps on your smartphone or tablet. All you have do is to change your home lighting system first with Belkin WeMo Lighting Starter Kit. These are simple wireless lighting bulbs that can be controlled from anywhere with your smartphone.

The system is easy to install and energy efficient. You can turn lights on and off without leaving the comfort of your bed, couch or anywhere else if you are out of town. The system comes with a set of bulbs and a wireless connector device that will connect your phone with the bulbs. Read More →

Noke: The Bluetooth Padlock

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The padlock technology has not seen significant changes over the last several centuries. They are known to have been used dating back to Roman Era 500-300 BC. Padlocks have been used in China since the late Eastern Han Dynasty (25–220 AD). Since then they have evolved in several shapes and material, but the basic mechanism of key and lock has virtually remained the same. Read More →

The Self Stirring Mug

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Here is an innovative idea of mixing your cream and sugar in your morning coffee. You don’t have to carry any spoon, tongue depressor or those annoying swizzles. Simply add your sweetener and cream to your drink and push the button, the cup will do the stirring for you.

The Mug takes 3 AAA batteries and will cost you $18.99.