Kohler’s new bathtub supports voice commands for water temperature and fill level, or tweaking via the company’s new Konnect app. And, of course, you can always adjust the tub’s hydrotherapy and vibracoustic soundwave settings.
This wireless Bluetooth beanie hat answers the constant question, “Do you know where my phone is?” With 18 hours of standby time and a range of 33 feet, all that is needed is this beanie hat. With the ability to answer the phone and skip music, coupled with its Bluetooth capability, you can do everything without a phone in hand. Nonetheless, you can even throw it in the laundry as long as the actual set is taken out. Who needs a phone with this all-in-one wearable tech solution?
What that means is that sometimes (and right now is one of those times) the list doesn’t change for a long time. So quite a few of the items you’ll see below have been there for months, and have even endured major releases (we’re looking at you iPhone X) in their field.
Fried Chicken And Fries Without The Frying Nothing is tastier than fried chicken and french fries. Unfortunately, the oil and the frying process is harmful to our health. We all love to indulge in these tasty treats even though we know the more we eat, the more we…
Earlier this morning Samsung’s Galaxy S9’s camera was awarded the highest-yet score from DxOMark, and now its screen gets the best-of-all-time nod from DisplayMate and display wonk Ray Soneira. The ma
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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 Splashproof: If you need something that you’re absolutely sure can stand up to your active lifestyle, this is it. It’s small, has a playtime of up to 10 hours, and is more water resistant than most other tech out there. Seriously, you can take it out in the rain and it will continue to function just fine.
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.
As a last resort, you can ‘refresh’ your Windows 10 installation, which is much the same as reinstalling the operating system. Your documents won’t be affected, but you’ll need to reinstall any applications that aren’t part of Windows.
This EEG headset from Belgian research center Imec can assess your emotional state based on signals from the front of your brain. There are therapeutic applications, sure, but it also has the potential to improve your memory when you’re learning, match music to your mood or even adjust your emotions by changing your music.
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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.
There are a boatload of companies offering firewalls to stand between your home network and the evil outsiders who want to compromise your security. At least this one’s cute and relatively inexpensive.
But if we had to pick the best headphones overall then we’d go for the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless. They’re wireless, which makes them more convenient for portable use, and they’re noise-cancelling for those who want to use them on a noisy commute.
This may be the first step on the road to our mecha future, but Furrion’s giant exoskeleton is designed for peace, not war. It’s a racing exoskeleton that’s 14 feet/4.3m tall, 16 feet/4.9m wide and weighs over 3.5 tons (3.2 metric tons). Yet, it can run at speeds up to 21 mph, jump 10 feet in the air and run for two hours on a charge. All with you controlling it with body movements.
Messages sent over the wireless in the World War II era could be intercepted so the Germans used a cryptographic device. On the surface, the Enigma cipher machine looked like a regular typewriter, but it wasn’t. A keyboard was linked to rotors, powered by an electric current, which transposed every keystroke several times. Corresponding messages went out in Morse code and required keys, which changed daily, to decipher — get it? “De-cipher. ” Which is exactly what the Allies did, cracking a code the Germans thought was unbreakable.
Mophie is one of the biggest after-market smartphone accessory manufacturers for a reason: they offer things like this. Paired with one of their Charge Force equipped cases or when used with a phone built for it, the Powerstation will allow you to wirelessly charge your phone on-the-go. And it has a capacity of 10,000 mAh – a little more than 3 full iPhone 7 charges worth of juice..
Best Mobile Phones under Rs.25,000India is one of the largest smartphone markets in the world. The country has smartphones available across price segments. In this section we will be listing out some of the most popular smartphones priced under Rs 20,000. The list includes smartphones across brands like Vivo, Samsung, Lenovo-owned Motorola and more. Check it out …
…because wireless headphones have come such a long way from the days of just listening to music at your desk in work (I mean, that’s still awesome though). These days there are a ton of different options out there based on your lifestyle. Whether you’re loing for a little quiet while traveling at home), […]
It’s kind of absurd that each and every one of us is basically carrying around a supercomputer with access to all of the world’s knowledge in our pocket and we mostly use it for Pokemon Go. A cell phone can be a vital asset in the field, and there are several pretty badass gadgets you can attach to your mobile to help you out. One of the neatest we’ve seen is Seek’s lineup of thermal cameras, which give you heat displays anywhere you point them.
Screen sizes available: 55-inch, 65-inch | Tuner: Freeview Play | 4K: Yes | HDR: Yes (HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision) | Panel technology: OLED | Smart TV: WebOS 3.5 | Curved: No | Dimensions: 1230 x 750 x 217mm (W x H x D) | 3D: No | Inputs: Four HDMIs, three USBs, 2 x RF input, Ethernet port, optical digital audio output, PCMCIA slot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Cracking nuts is serious work and the Torq Nutcracker is built to handle the gnarliest nuts. Made of matte black 3D printed steel, it looks like a miniature medieval torture device. Simply spin the screw to apply pressure and with minimal effort, you will bust the nut.