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In the 1950s, the CIA had its own semi-submersible. It couldn’t travel very far and needed to be hauled around by a larger mother vessel, but its relatively small size allowed the spy sub to operate undetected in areas that would have proved impossible for larger ships.
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This is is a simple character-building game. It relies on reaction time, calmness, and the ability of a player to tune his or her own reflexes to the point where they are lightning sharp. The idea is for each player to grab a handle, press the button, and wait for the suspenseful music to play. Once the music finishes, a light will shine in the middle, at which point all players have to pull the triggers on their handles as fast as possible. The last player gets a very small and very mild electrical jolt. Quite exciting, to say the least.
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As civilians, we don’t have access to the good stuff our government is hiding. But the private sector is working hard to make our spy daydreams a reality. If you’ve got cash to spend, you can outfit yourself with all the coolest non-lethal weaponry, surveillance tools, and other amazing stuff you need to have.
This Dragonfly “insectothopter,” invented by the CIA’s Office of Research and Development in the 1970s, essentially served as a very tiny Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. One of the first-ever UAVs – long before the acronym entered the popular lexicon – this project pressed forward to test the feasibility of gathering intelligence collection by miniaturized platforms.
With the rise of cybercrime and scan theft, people are looking for innovative ways to keep their finances free of hackers. This credit card holder is designed and manufactured in such a way that prevents scanning and keeps your information, as well as your bank account, safe and sound. It features a slim design that makes it easy to fit in your wallet. It also comes in a multitude of colors and shades. Plus, it gives you peace of mind where you no longer have to worry about your credit card information being stolen.
The Nano: You don’t have to haul around a massive robot or drop a rent check’s worth of money to get in on the drone action. This tiny drone from Holy Stone offers much of the same enjoyment at a fraction of the size and the price. And it’s an easy learn for beginners.
The Typhoon H Plus is an upgraded version of Yuneec’s high-end drone and has a 20-megapixel camera that shoots 4K footage at 60 frames per second. It also costs $1,799, which puts it at the high end of the enthusiast market. The Firebird FPV is shaped like an airplane instead of a quadcopter. It can fly for 30 minutes on a charge and cost $699. The last drone is the HD Racer, which is built for speed. It’s only $179, but it features racing tech like low-latency video performance and an assisted mode for taking off after a crash.
It was the heyday of the Cold War and on May 1, 1960, a U-2 spy plane piloted by one Francis Gary Powers was downed by Soviet fire over the Russian city of Sverdlovsk. After 21 months in a Russian jail cell, Powers was freed in 1962 in exchange for a Soviet intelligence officer. This model of a U-2 was created by the CIA for Powers’ March 1962 testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Perfecting your golf swing takes years and years of practice, dedication and hard work. But with the Zepp Golf 3D Swing Analyzer, you’ll be closer to perfecting your drives in no-time! If you’re an analytics-driven guy, this little device (and its app) is the perfect gadget for you. It simply attaches to the back of your glove, and it wirelessly sends data to your smartphone. It tracks your swing with various metrics such as club head speed, swing plane, hand path, tempo, backswing position, hip rotation and more. It even pops out a swing score each time so that you can work on your golf game. Then, you can even compare your swing directly to PGA Tour Pros via video. It also works to analyze your baseball swing and other similar motions.
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.
I know what you’re thinking: “A router?!” I have clue if it’s any good, but this geometric orb, available in gold or silver, certainly doesn’t look like a piece of networking technology. It also offers real-time network security for every device connected to it.
High tech gizmos, unusual gadgets and the coolest toys – let’s face it, there is no job that can’t be made easier (or more fun) with a little tech. So why not surprise the gadget geek in your life and take a look at our awesome range of technology gifts for men?
This picture isn’t of one super-long screen, it’s three screens next to each other. The bezels are hidden, though, by Asus’ new antibezel kit. It uses lenses to refract the content on the screen edges at a 130-degree angle — essentially using a sort of stealth technology to hide them.
“A doorbell? On the tech gift list? What kind of a present is that?” Ah, but it’s much more than just a doorbell. Ring’s Video Doorbell Pro is also an HD, night vision-equipped monitoring device. Get an alert when someone presses the button or comes into the field of view, hold a conversation with two-way communication, and leave your home safe in the knowledge that all footage of visitors will be recorded to the cloud for review.
Even in our own homes, it’s amazing how many toxins and chemicals (and dust, of course) can be found in the air around us. It’s actually terrifying, so I recommend you don’t Google any of the statistics. With that being said, one of the cool gadgets for men (and women) that we love is this Awair Smart Air Quality Monitor. It analyzes the air quality around you, monitoring things like carbon dioxide, toxic chemicals, and dust, as well as temperature and humidity (although, admittedly, you don’t really need the two latter since those are things you can typically just feel). Still, it hooks up to an app on your smartphone, and will send you alerts when the quality of air changes. It’s like a high-tech carbon dioxide monitor that also does a ton of other monitoring for you. And, it has an LED on the front for a quick snapshot of the air quality around you. Want to impress your friends with a futuristic-looking gadget? The Awair monitor is a great choice.
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It looks and writes just the same as an ordinary ballpoint pen, making it inconspicuous and unobtrusive. Portable and practical,the Voice Recorder can be taken anywhere to record audio from meetings, …
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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.
Better still, the reinstallation is automatic and should only take a few minutes. The process might delete any data you have saved in these Windows apps, though, so backup anything important before you begin.
There’s a countably infinite supply of noise-cancelling headphones at CES, but these manage to rise above the noise. You can set the Hero headphones to allow certain voices through and block everything else; while Sidekick is a version of them that you fit on your existing headphones. This is what the future should sound like.
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.
Some car designer realized that they’d been woefully underutilizing spline surfaces in their CAD software and decided to use a year’s supply in one shot for this AI-powered car. Which, by the way, answers to “Yui” and knows what you want and what mood you’re in, and then reacts appropriately.