Remember waking up as a kid and smelling your mom’s cooking down stairs? The smell and crackling sound of bacon had all of us meatlovers sprinting to the kitchen. “Wake Up & Smell The Bacon” is a new gadget created by Oscar Mayer, and it works seamlessly with your iPhone’s alarm clock.
Growing up watching Back to the Future II, all us boys wanted to be Marty McFly. Not just because Michael J. Fox was a cool dude, but because he got to ride that sweet Hover Board. The folks at HUVr put out a video this week demonstrating their board in action.
If you’re thinking about jumping on the smartwatch train with major companies, be sure to keep this one on your radar. The Samsung Gear 2 Smartwatch, besides having a stylish face applicable for a formal or casual outfit, has features like a 1 GHz dual-core processor…
Since I first owned an iPhone, I knew that I would want it to integrate into my car, outside of the usual 3rd party plugins and cables. Finally Apple has announced CarPlay, a built-in iOS coming to new cars in 2014.
The 360Fly Camera is making it easy to capture the world around you by taking away the restrictions of traditional cameras.
So you’re at the gym or on a daily run listening to music using your regular headphones, why not step it up and get a smarter pair of headphones? The Dash Wireless Smart Headphones ($199+ USD) will no doubt change the way you work out.
Don’t get freaked out, I swear this is awesome. A totally different speaker that doubles as a design piece for your home comes from Jarre Technologies based in Berlin.
The Ivee Voice Activated Assistant ($230 USD) is basically a device like Siri for your home. This device is the first voice activated assistant for your home in which you can check the weather, change radio stations and manage anything in your home connected to WiFi like your lights and thermostat.
For once Facebook makes an announcement that doesn’t cause the stock to drop or create mass hysteria on my news feed. This Thursday Facebook announced ‘Paper’, a news reader app for iOS that merges content it curates along with stories from your news feed.
Soon spectacle wearing tech fans can sport Google Glass without having to wear contacts. On Jan 27th Google unveiled four different frames to hold prescription lenses: Split, Thin, Bold, and Curve.