This prototype phone shown by Chinese phonemaker Vivo has no official name, price or sale date. But its virtual home button, which appears only when you need it and then gets out of the way, may be a harbinger of things to come. It’s a killer feature that was rumored for both the iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S8 — neither of which had it. We’re clinging to the hope that it finds its way onto the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S9.
Light is back with a new twist on its anti-smartphone phone. But this time, instead of doing just one thing, the Light Phone 2 does a few, and exists somewhere between the original Light and your over
The POOF-Slinky 016000BL Scientific Explorer Bionic Ear is a versatile electronic listening device that allows your child to listen to conversations or other sounds without being detected from up to 3…
Christmas Lights for The Modern Era The holidays and your parties will never be the same with Lumenplay Lights. Now it is easy to create your own custom light show. Choose Your Own Music In the past many music enabled lights only had a limited selection of songs they…
Laptops under Rs 40,000 in IndiaAre you planning to buy a laptop within a budget of Rs 40,000 and are confused with the options available in the market? Worry not as we tell you some of the cool laptops under the price range of Rs 40,000, which offer all the essential features and also comes with decent build quality. So, here are the 10 laptop options you can consider buying, if you wish to spend Rs 40,000.
Kino-mo’s Hypervsn Wall is getting a lot of attention here in Las Vegas. Made up of multiple propeller-looking modules adorned with programmable LEDs, the Wall creates holographic images up to 3 meters in size.
Hisense’s $10,000 laser TV rig combines a short-throw projector with a 100-inch screen designed to reject ambient light. projector itself has built-in speakers and Hisense includes a wireless subwoofer, too. Frickin’ lasers!
German robotics firm Magazino, creator of robots meant to work alongside people in warehouses and the like, has raised $24.8 million to continue development and deployment of its TORU and SOTO robots.
The Izon Stem White Wi-Fi Video Monitor Surveillance Cam is one of those cool gadgets for home security. If you’re frequently away from your home, and you want to check in to see what’s going on, the Izon will allow you to do just that right from your smartphone. You can place the camera anywhere near any outlet in your house, and once it’s connected to your home’s wireless internet, you can view what the camera is seeing and hear what’s going on in the room right from your smartphone. If you’re wondering how it compares to the Oco, the Izon has a bit higher quality, and is slimmer.
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.
On a sunny day, there’s nothing better than cycling to a quiet spot and filling it full of your favourite tunes. The Scosche BoomBottle is a compact Bluetooth speaker that slots into your bike’s water bottle holder. Encased in a silicone covering, the speaker absorbs impacts when dropped and battered about.
Bose is one of our favorites in the speaker space for music and home theater systems. Did you ever notice that the sound coming out of a Bose speaker is typically dramatically different compared to other brands? The first time we came in contact with Bose was in our 2007 Acura CL. #LifeChanging. Ever since […]
The 2-in-1 Bucket Wheel Excavator set (42055) is one of the largest LEGO Technic sets ever. Load the mining truck using the power functions including rotating bucket superstructure, conveyor belts and huge tracks. Rebuilds as a Mobile Aggregate Processing plant. Ready for the challenge? #lego #legotechnic #bucketwheelexcavator #legostagram #legolove #legolife #yuppiegadgets #shoponline #notfortheboring #areyouupforthechallenge
Sometimes you’re not going to be able to stab a target with a knife that makes their guts explode. When you have to take somebody alive, do it in style with a gun that shoots nets. The Net Gun air-charged capture tool uses compressed air to launch a 52-square-foot nylon net that is almost impossible to rip with bare hands. The gun blasts from a range of 50 feet, meaning with a clear shot you can easily take down a fleeing suspect or pizza delivery guy.
Robots are everywhere at CES this year, and Ubtech’s biped contains multitudes. The Walker is prepared to tackle your security needs, patrolling your home’s perimeter, detecting motion and recording incidents with its integrated camera. And when it’s quitting time, it can dance and play games. Pretty good for a robot with no arms.