You could drown in new headphones at CES if you’re not careful. The latest from Libratone takes the company’s adaptive noise canceling tech with several levels of quietude to fit a given situation and puts it into sweat-proof headphones made for the gym.
The Modular: Nest’s products aren’t quite as geared toward external connectivity as they are to making your home a safer and more comfortable space. But what they do offer is very capable. They make security cameras, a self-programming thermostat, and smoke/carbon monoxide alarms that can all sync with your smartphone or self regulate.
We’ve seen this concept before, but that doesn’t make it any less impressive. It’s an HD projector that can supplement your game display by filling your walls with action as you play. It’s still just a prototype, but a girl can dream.
Who needs solar? While you’re strolling your child through the park the Moxi is turning all its wheel-turning kinetic energy into usable electricity. You can charge your phone, light your path or track your distance.
Hauling your luggage around an airport is very 2017. We are now in 2018, however, and this year we finally get a chance to buy a hands-free, autonomous carry-on suitcase that will follow you anywhere at a max speed of 7 mph (11 kph).
…because when it comes to your cigar collection, you really shouldn’t mess around. As you know, it’s super important to keep these bad boys stored perfectly at all times. Whether you’re loing to buy a humidor for yourself or are loing to gift one (or two) for someone else (like Father’s Day, Christmas or your […]
It also delivers greater brightness and light control than it’s predecessor, the C6, meaning that it’s able to offer OLED’s phenomenally dark blacks without compromising on great peak light performance.
The unique design features a technology called planar magnetics, which uses two magnetic fields to activate the circuitry printed onto a piece of clear film the width of a white blood cell. This creates studio-quality surround sound ranging from superior treble up to 900Hz, right down to the mighty bass at lows of 5Hz. Everything from the leather travel case they’ll arrive in to the silver plaited cable and the understated retro design of the magnesium housing (designed by BMW Designworks) whispers quality.
Thermal imaging can pick out heat sources like humans, guard dogs, or overheated servers even through walls and in the dark. The standalone $459 Reveal XR sports a 300-lumen LED spotlight, 20-degree field of view, and 206-by-156-resolution display. It can detect heat up to 900 feet away and stores images on a MicroSD card. The $249 Seek Compact (video above) plugs into an existing smartphone for easy thermal readings; there is also a Compact Pro ($499) and Compact XR ($299) with added features.
Hidden, portable cameras could be used at public events such as political rallies without detection. Boghardt notes that the Spy Museum’s director Peter Earnest, who worked for many years in the CIA on intelligence, has used one of these cameras.
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One of the very best things about a conceptual device is the fact that you can more or less throw in every single bit of technological advancement into the picture, knowing that it does not even have to wait for existing technology and laws of physics to be able to allow it to do so. Vivo has thought of the APEX FullView concept smartphone, which will boast of the world’s very first half-screen in-display fingerprint scanning technology that is merged with other kinds of engineering breakthroughs in its camera, speaker and sensors.
It doesn’t matter if you’re fourteen years old or forty years old video games are fun to play. Maybe it is a rainy Sunday or you are trapped inside because of the winter weather; here is a guide to the very best video game consoles to help you pass the time. Order one today and challenge your […]
We men do love our gadgets. From newfangled apps to massive home entertainment overhauls, if we can find an excuse to upgrade a gadget, we’ll take it. To help you wade through the mass of new technology and products that come on to the market every day, we’ve found 20 of the top gadgets men want. Whether you’re the kind of man who wants a gadget that lets you dive into virtual worlds, or you’d rather enjoy some tunes, wirelessly on your way to work — we’ve got that too. Want a drone that can shoot mini projectiles or the best shave of your life? If you want to snoop around or just get the best gaming experience, here’s a collection of innovative new gadgets men want.
At 4cm, tiles can be attached to just about anything so that it never gets lost again. At the tap of your phone, your Tile will play a 98-decibel melody to help you find whatever it is you’re missing. And if you’ve lost your phone, you can simply double-tap your Tile to call it. The best part is that the more people that use Tile the easier it is to find what you’ve lost. Using the Tile Community, you can get notifications that you left it on the bus, park, plane. You need this in your life.
Some men don’t like a really clean, close shave. For them, having very fine stubbles of facial hair can help preserve the manliness of their look. However, using conventional shavers simply won’t cut it. What is needed is the Philips Norelco OneBlade Beard Trimmer. This is a full hybrid system that works to cut and trim facial hairs up to a certain length to give you the kind of manly, rugged appearance that you’re after. It comes with a dual-sided OneBlade blade that allows for easier styling and very precise edging. What’s more, the blade is actually good for 4 months before you start replacing it.
Don’t be surprised if you start seeing more and more electronics that can by synced to smart home devices, like the Amazon Echo. The fact is, it’s just easier to connect all your gear to a single hub. With the Echo, you can do everything from turning your lights on and off to ordering pizza or ride sharing services, like Uber. In fact, it can even report the news to you in real time.
Best camera smartphones under Rs 20,000Smartphone brands have been offering a different line of handsets in the market catering to varied audiences. One of the features that most of us look in a smartphone these days is its camera. But then, best cameras are usually seen in flagship smartphones. So what about those who are looking out for best camera smartphones in a budget price tag? Here are the best smartphones one can find right now with decent cameras under Rs 20,000. Check it out.
This clever espresso maker allows you to have a ballin’ cup of Joe’s pretty much anywhere you can bring a hot container of water. The MiniPresso is able to make espresso pretty much anywhere — it requires no electricity or batteries. All it needs is a bit of arm grease and voilà! With a couple of pumps of the integrated, very intuitive mechanism, you have an amazing cup of espresso.
This unassuming speaker packs quite a punch. It delivers massive sound and can fill a room or a pool party with, thumping bass. It’s splash resistant, shockproof, and can even be hooked up to an echo dot for hands-free voice control, courtesy of Alexa. It comes in a variety of colors and will look really good virtually anywhere you end up putting it. You can even pair it up with another UE speaker via the companion smartphone app.
Drone news at CES so far has been weird. GoPro announced it was done making drones completely after its Karma drone suffered technical issues that hampered sales. DJI introduced some rather awesome looking handheld stabilization systems for cameras and smartphones (called gimbals). And now Yuneec has introduced a trio of new drones that cater to curious pieces of the market.
Like a more compact Range Rover Sport, the new SV Coupe is a 2-door, hence the name, for what is obviously an SUV. Unlike all the luxury hybrids and electrics rolling out in Geneva this week, the SV Coupe is powered by a 5-liter turbocharged V8 and for those select few who might actually dare to venture off the pavement, it features Rover’s Terrain Response 2 multi-mode drive system.
Autonomous cars gather up tons of data about the world around them, but even the best computer vision systems can’t see through brick and mortar. But by carefully monitoring the reflected light of a l
If you hate the cluttered look of cables snaking all over your workstation that you no longer know which cable is for what particular purpose, the ONME Multipurpose Magnetic Cable Clips promise a very useful and nifty solution. These magnetic clips may be small, but they do serve their purpose exceptionally well by accommodating 49 out of 50 different types of cables in the world. The minimalist design helps declutter surfaces by making sure you have a more unique and more interesting way of managing a variety of cables. The clips can be mounted onto any surface making cable management a breeze.
Razor, renowned maker of scooters, has developed yet another way to test the patience of parents. The company’s new Turbo Jetts motorized heel wheels go up to 10 mph. The removable battery, which will give you 2 to 4 hours of peace while it charges, delivers about 30 minutes of motorized wheel time. The device can be adjusted to fit both kids (size 12 and up) and, when the inevitable “time out” is served, adults (up to adult size 12).
There are cameras that are built to handle normal conditions and cameras that are built to handle the most extreme and hazardous conditions imaginable. The Garmin VIRB is of the latter, with a nearly bulletproof design and resistance level. With a compact frame and easy-to-use interface, it is currently the preference of adventurers, extreme sports enthusiasts, and hazardous explorers. It is also made to withstand some of the most punishing conditions on earth and can handle everything from avalanches to landslides to even being submerged in a waterproof casing at crushing depths and still take clean, clear, and stable pictures.
Toto’s marble-covered bathtub has lots of integrated tech — but what separates it from the rest is its ability to simulate the feeling of floating in space. A series of integrated jets lift your feet off the floor of the tub and the surrounding LED lights add the perfect interstellar ambiance.
Notion is a home intelligence system that was recently funded on Kickstarter that uses a small, smart, multi-function sensor to detect quite a significant number of things in your home: a water leak, when a door/cabinet opens and closes, temperature and sound. When any of these things are detected, Notion will send a message to your smartphone (works with both iOS and Android). For example, if you place a Notion on your front door, it can tell you if someone knocks, if the door is opened, or if it doesn’t get shut. Its potential uses are incredible. If you put it on, say a liquor cabinet, it can tell you when that cabinet is opened. It also has a temperature sensor and can tel you if your house is getting hot or too cold when you’re away from home. It isn’t yet available, but it is expected to ship in July.