All of the upsides of a high-end gaming rig without the cost or technical requirements of actually owning one. That’s the promise of the Shadow — a high-end Windows PC remotely accessible from any computer, phone or tablet for about $35 per month (about £25 or AU$45).
The iPhone is the most popular phone in the United States for a reason: it works both simply and reliably. And the most recent release, the 7, doesn’t buck that trend at all. It still features superb and easy-to-use tech, looks very good, and outperforms the competition comprehensively.
The makeup master has developed a battery-free wearable that measures UV exposure. At only 2mm thick and 9mm in diameter, the tiny electronic sensor can be worn on a fingernail or pair of sunglasses and, via an app, will give you warnings about sun exposure.
On the TV front, Sony revamped its OLED displays with the Acoustic Surface tech that turns the actual screen into a speaker. The new HT-Z9F Soundbar emulates Dolby Atmos surround sound without the need for satellite speakers.
“I’m not a huge gadget person but I LOVE the shower speaker I got on Amazon. It’s awesome for so much more than just the shower. I use it to play music in my room and also stick it to the window in my car! Money well spent.” —ginababy417
The Incognito: One of the problems with the Apple watch is that it looks like an Apple watch. Samsung’s, on the other hand, offers much of the same kind of functionality – the ability to make calls or send texts, fitness tracking, app compatibility – but looks like a classic watch. And that, for us, bodes much better as an everyday accessory.
Did you really think Amazon was going to sit back and watch as Google Assistant and Apple Homepod take over? Alexa is back, bigger and better, housed inside the Amazon Echo Plus. Like the original Echo, it’s hands-free, recognises your voice and connects you to all your applications. The upgrade links you to your home via a smart home hub and understands you better due to increased “wake word performance” and an ever-expanding list of skills.
A major part of spycraft is transporting documents, and you can’t just use an ordinary suitcase for sensitive material. If you’re the paranoid type, this briefcase might be just what the doctor ordered. At the press of a button, it can emit an instant 100KV electric shock from every one of its surfaces, incapacitating anybody who is trying to mess with it. This is coupled with a loud, piercing alarm allowing you to locate your case quickly.
Flic is an interesting connected home gadget. The button can be placed on a wall or other surfaces and, once pressed, can be programmed for a variety of purposes. One click, two, three, or hold — each one can be selected to do anything from sending a text to someone, dim your smart lights, turn the music up, and more.
That’s not the only subscription service for gamers, though. Nvidia had its GeForce now service on show, which, similar to the Blade Shadow service, lets you play demanding games on any hardware, all thanks to the magic of the internet.
That became even evident this week when the FBI announced the arrest of 10 alleged Russian spies living and working in the United States and a couple of years ago, when the CIA released World War II era personnel files, including one for chef Julia Child, who did admin work for the intelligence service back when she was Julia McWilliams.
Cleaning the grill is a crappy job. But, for those of us who like to host a barbeque, cleaning the grill is a familiar ritual that follows many a dinner party. It’s a task that takes a lot of elbow grease and, after a few pints, doesn’t get done very thoroughly.
Don’t you just hate having to listen to your favorite tunes with so much noise in the background? You’d most likely lock yourself up in your room with all the doors and windows closed if you are to enjoy soulful music. With the QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones from Bose, there clearly is no need to do such drastic measures as this pair of headphones comes with exceptional noise canceling technology. What this means is that you get to enjoy all the different notes of your music without the annoying interference of noise. Plus, you get to connect to your devices easily.
This box is the most novel gift you can buy for any man this year. Each time you use it, it turns itself off. Turn the switch on; it turns itself off again. There really is no end to what you can do with this box, and it can even glow in red. The Useless Box Gift comes with clear instructions and provides endless trickery and enjoyment.
It’s tempting to think that spy gadgets aren’t all that old, but even Caesar encoded messages using cryptography. This disk dates back to the Civil War, when it was used by the Confederate side — CSA stands for Confederate States of America.
Why not surprise the gadget geek in your life with some virtual reality toys, a 3D printing pen or a remote control drone, car or helicopter? Or if you’re looking for something a little more practical, why not try out our Bluetooth wireless headphone hat, world plug adaptor or mobile phone fan? Qwerkity has a huge range of gadgets available that you won’t find anywhere else – some of which you’ll be shocked you didn’t even know existed!
I don’t game, but a multiscreen portable — I refuse to call something that weighs 12 pounds (5.4 kg) a laptop — has tons of uses for people whose work or play requires multiple screens. And it’s like a giant curved screen! It’s just a concept now, but I vote yea!
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich used his keynote to show off the Volocopter, an autonomous passenger drone, which he called “essentially a flying car.” Volocopter’s CEO Florian Reuter said the self-flying drone is “extremely simple to fly, quiet and when running on its batteries, emission free.”
Razer’s Project Linda has a lot going for it, though. The system is based around the company’s Razer Phone, which is an Android-powered device on par with the other flagship smartphones, at least in terms of processing power. The laptop shell comes from the company’s 13.3-inch gaming laptop, the Blade Stealth.
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This ultimate all-rounder gadget will make your day-to-day life much, much easier. Amazon’s revolutionary smart assistant allows you to play your favorite music — whether it’s from Amazon, Spotify or Pandora — with a simple voice command from the other side of the room.
Type sfc /scannow into the window and press the [Return] key. The scan may take some time and will end with one of three results. Windows did not find any integrity violations and Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and repaired them mean there are now no corrupt files, but Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some (or all) of them indicates a problem.
The “est-iest” TV we’ve ever seen, LG’s new W7 65- and 77-inch TVs are the thinnest, lightest and potentially the best-picture quality TVs to hit the wall. Plus, LG claims the picture quality of these are better than last year’s, which are pretty terrific.
While this might look like an average wristwatch, it is more or less an all-in-one chronological management tool. It incorporates multiple functions such as a watch, a stopwatch, a calendar, an alarm clock, and even backlighting to make it easy to read in the dark. It also offers a stylish presentation that goes well with both casual and sporty attire. In addition, it evokes an easy and intuitive user interface that makes it a pleasure to wear.
There are tons of cool gadgets for men out there. Of course, with all of the new technology coming out nowadays — in a seemingly neverending flow of Kickstarters and IndieGoGo campaigns — it can be tough to sort out which gadgets are actually, in fact, cool. We’ve seen some crazy new tech come out recently, and some of these solve a common problem men might have. Of course, some of them are simply just great to look at, but we prefer cool products that actually show innovation and creativity.
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I created Spy Guy in 2014 to try to bring transparency and great customer service to people who need products from the ‘spy industry.’ Spy equipment can be confusing for people, like you, that have never used it before.
Late last year, Amazon and Google got into a rather public tiff about whether or not users should be able to watch YouTube video on Amazon’s Alexa-with-a-screen box, the Echo Show. It didn’t make much sense, but now we’re seeing Google Assistant pop up in all kinds of small appliances with screens that serve basically the same purpose as the Echo Show.
The phone equivalent of a bespoke suit, the phone cover company Toast now offers a bespoke service allowing you to add your own stylised designs and text for laser etching and inlays. They also do covers for tablets, laptops, games consoles, smart home devices and more.