I live in an apartment building with humongous, dumb industrial washers and dryers that burn everything and are a big Hercules Laundry Monitoring fail, so I don’t get all the fuss about multicompartment smart washer/dryer combos. But our smart Smart Home folks think these are “the wackiest innovation we’ve seen yet” and not just because it has two washer compartments and two dryer compartments. It can off a single water line even when washing two loads simultaneously, has customizable temperature zones for the small dryer, and can be controlled by your phone.
This is a more interesting and more engaging take on the classic and popular social game “Pictionary.” All you need to do is get the answer from under the mannequin’s foot and simply draw or act out the clues on it in order for your friends and guests to figure out what the answer is. It also provides many hours of fun and can, in fact, prove to be a great imagination outlet for children that are still in their development stage.
This is quite an intriguing toy that is designed and manufactured to work with modern day wireless technology and A.I. protocols. It is also a portable robot that can react to gestures and changes in its environment while at the same time providing hours and hours of amusement and entertainment. It relies on sensors to detect changes around it and responds to gestures, as well as simple interactions. Using wireless connectivity, it can connect and sync up to wireless and portable devices around the house. Plus, you can use its free app to control it from any phone, tablet, or computer.
It’s illegal to own one of these things in the United States or the European Union (just ask this guy), but a post-Brexit James Bond doesn’t care too much about that. And if somebody spots you with one, who are they gonna call? Nobody, because you’re jamming their cell phone. Check and mate.
Introducing The Robotic Lawn Mower… At first glance the WORX Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower might call to mind a viral video featuring a cat in a shark costume riding a robotic vacuum*, but this mower is truly an innovative solution to the common question: Who’s going…
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The URPOWER Running Belt is a multifunctional waist bag that comes with several zippered pockets for storing a great number of your personal items such as smartphones, car keys, money, and credit cards, among others, all while enjoying a good run, a bicycle ride, or any other outdoor activity. The URPOWER Running Belt is constructed of water resistant materials to provide for a more effective weatherproofing. It also comes with two pockets for holding your water bottles, giving you the means to stay hydrated during long runs. At any rate, URPOWER empowers you to lead a healthier lifestyle while keeping your valuables close by.
In the 1960s, the East German foreign intelligence service HVA issued this tiny camera, which takes photos of documents and uses a chemical process to shrink the text down so that a block of text appears no bigger than a period. This way agents could hide secret messages in plain sight. Boghardt points to an infamous incident involving microdots: Dusko Popov, a double agent during World War II, gave microdots to the FBI that mentioned German interest in Pearl Harbor. FBI director J. Edgar Hoover didn’t trust Popov, however, so he never passed the information to president Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The plot thickens. Last week, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that Apple has been working on over-the-ear headphones in addition to new AirPods. Today, Bloomberg confirms this information and adds t
This is a user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing alternative to the bulky and often cumbersome phone holders. It is literally what it says it is: a magnetic phone holder. It is easy to install; just place it on the dash of the car and stick your phone on top. While it is a magnetic holder, the magnetic values are kept so low that it will not interfere with the circuitry of the phones themselves. This means that it is completely safe to use. It also works well with all phones, regardless of make and model, as long as it has metallic components to adhere to the mount.
Spy Gear for Kids – invisible ink from lemon juice, finger prints from charcoal. We are going to take their finger prints to use in a matching game later in the evening. The Boy Scouts site had a great page for fingerprinting.
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