Archive for the ‘Toys’ Category

LG G Pro 2

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LG recently unveiled its new G Pro 2. It’s a larger version of the original G Pro – it packs a 5.9-inch screen, as opposed to its predecessor’s 5.5-inch panel, matching Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 in terms of size, packing the same 1,920 x 1,080 resolution display. Now also featuring an improved camera that can capture both 4K video and 120fps slow-motion […]

Pacemaker for iPad

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A unique tool for amateur and professional DJs alike, the Apple iPad premieres its newest simulated turntable app from Pacemaker. With its thoughtfully intuitive design, mixing your favorite music becomes as easy as downloading the free app from the iTunes store. The Pacemaker’s selling point however, is its ability to connect with Spotify – the first DJ-app to do […]

Jawbone ERA

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Jawbone recently introduced the ERA, its smallest, lightest and most ergonomic Bluetooth headset to date. Three years in the making, the ERA boasts a new shape that uses the natural contour of the ear, allowing it to be comfortably worn throughout the day as the user listens to music, makes calls and communicates with virtual assistant […]

Dropcam Makes Video Monitoring Uber Easy

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This post brought to you by Dropcam. All opinions are 100% mine. Dropcam is an award winning Wi-Fi video & cloud monitoring service with free live streaming, two-way talk and remote viewing, allowing you to keep tabs or ‘drop’ in on the things you care about, such as your home, people and pets, regardless of […]

First 3-D Printed Titanium Bicycle

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Titanium is a  low density and high strength, low weight material, perfect for bikes. But, the metal alloy is very expensive. Could a 3-d printed version lower the price of admission? Renishaw, an additive manufacturing firm, joined forces with Empire Cycles to build the one-off titanium MX-6 Evo mountain bike. Empire already offers a production […]

Fujifilm X-T1

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Fujifilm has finally debuted its upcoming X-T1 mirrorless camera. The successor to Fujifilm’s X-E2, the X-T1 boasts a weather-sealed, die-cast magnesium body and houses an APS-C 16.3 megapixel sensor. In lieu of traditional digital viewfinders, the X-T1 comes with an OLED viewfinder with a lag of just .005 for a more lifelike experience. Designed to appeal […]

Epson Second Gen Moverio Glasses

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Epson has announced the follow up to its Moverio BT-100 augmented reality glasses, which were released in Japan towards the end of 2011. The BT-200 smart glasses are reported to be 60 percent lighter than the previous generation, and include a host of new features aimed at changing how customers experience the world at large, and delivered entertainment. The […]

Ninja Sphere

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Wouldn’t it be nice to have a digital house elf that handles the operation of all your various electronic devices? That’s what the Ninja Sphere aims to be, a one stop intelligent hub designed to add your various household devices to the Internet of Things. Like other home automation systems, such asRevolv, Ninja Sphere can […]

Makism 3D Printers

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This post brought to you by Makism. All opinions are 100% mine. 3D printing, a novelty once reserved for science fiction, is going mainstream thanks to cheaper, more accessible technology. The printers blast out layer upon layer of plastic or other materials, forming 3-D objects. Imagine creating a solid, physical object from a digital 3D […]

Copenhagen Wheel Electric Vehicle

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Looking for a portable electric vehicle? Superpedestrian today announced the first commercial release of the Copenhagen Wheel, a self-contained unit that snaps easily onto the back of any ordinary bicycle and turns it into an electric hybrid.. With extra power at the riders’ feet, regenerative braking, and advanced control systems, the wheel promotes cycling so that […]

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