[amazon text=Get it Now !&asin=B00SGXUUTO] Maybe those crazy Russians and their dashboard cameras have the right idea.  Meteors, crashes and other mayhem can be recorded while on the go.  With the swivel ball joint mount you will have the ability to turn the F170 HD to virtually any direction needed. This feature also allows for endless angles to record whereas most DVRs are stationary. Getting...

Posted on Feb 19 2015 - 3:32pm by gadgeta
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The Rechargeable Hand Warmer is capable of delivering up to half a dozen hours of non-stop heat, where it will be able to fit into your pocket or purse with ease thanks to its diminutive form factor. The included lithium ion battery will ensure that the device heats up quickly, reaching a maximum temperature of 130° Fahrenheit. It is weather-resistant to boot, being of a rugged albeit lightweight...

Posted on Feb 17 2015 - 1:09pm by gadgeta
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Typing on cellphones and tablets can be a slow and laborious process. Virtual keyboards can be effective, but they take up half of your screen’s real estate. On the other hand, portable keyboards then tend to be either too small or too large to easily pack along. A company called WayTools wants to change this with their three-piece TextBlade keyboard. The device breaks down into a small footprint...

Posted on Feb 17 2015 - 1:04pm by gadgeta
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The very first View-Master was introduced to the world in 1939. This used images that make it feel like you were looking at a picture that is 3D. Now the modern version arrives.  Mattel and Google have worked together to bring about an all new creation.  The latest version of the Viewmaster, set to launch this fall, uses Google’s Cardboard VR Technology to give users an immersive and interactive virtual trip around the world. Users download the app on an Android smartphone, then slip their phone into the Viewmaster to make it work. ...

DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY SO ADVANCED IT FEELS LIKE MAGIC WHEN YOU FOCUS ON YOUR PHONE — YOU CAN’T FOCUS ON THE ROAD WORKS WITH YOUR IPHONE OR ANDROID PHONE Navdy’s transparent Head-Up Display (HUD) projects information as if it’s floating six feet in front of you. In the car you already have. Navdy extends the apps you already have on your phone. No service plans required. Any...

[amazon text=Get it Now !&asin=B00H43WOAK] Blood Pressure monitoring made simple. Simply slip on the cuff, turn on the Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor and the Health Mate app will automatically launch. Position your arm properly and you’re now ready to take your blood pressure. Your history, on hand. The app stores all your readings, syncs with the Withings Health Cloud and displays...

Tired of that cord dangling all the way into your pocket?  Want to skip tracks or adjust volume without pulling your phone out?  Now you can.   Even better – why not make you car stereo, boom box or portable speakers bluetooth controllable?  With the Smartbean (dumb name, bright idea) Bluetooth Wireless Receiver, you can connect any headphones or device via bluetooth and control it with a...

These days, it seems like everyone is innovating for the future. From eco-friendly prefab housing to high-tech city bridges, companies and cities are putting unique and interesting spins on what they believe will change our future. But, think about this for a second: Have you ever thought long and hard about what your thermostat will look like in 10 or 15 years? Probably not. Turns out that the...

“Android is not in my world. It’s not in my attention span most days. Thinking about the iOS app is a full-time job, and staying competitive on iOS is a full-time job.” This quote comes from Instapaper creator Marco Arment not even three weeks ago in an interview with Joshua Topolsky on On The Verge. Evidently, Arment was keeping a pretty big secret. Instapaper for Android launches today for $2.99 on smartphones and tablets, and you can find it in the Google Play Store and soon in the Amazon App Store and Nook Store....

“Android is not in my world. It’s not in my attention span most days. Thinking about the iOS app is a full-time job, and staying competitive on iOS is a full-time job.” This quote comes from Instapaper creator Marco Arment not even three weeks ago in an interview with Joshua Topolsky on On The Verge. Evidently, Arment was keeping a pretty big secret. Instapaper for Android launches today for $2.99 on smartphones and tablets, and you can find it in the Google Play Store and soon in the Amazon App Store and Nook Store....