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Fogo, the High-Tech Swiss Army Knife

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If you are someone who likes to go deep into the wilderness, be it just hiking, climbing, or any other activities in the wild, you know how important safety is, and how safety is improved when the right tools are there. However, sometimes all these tools take a lot of space, making all the logistics… Read more »


Smartmarker, the Gadget to Revolutionize Your Old Whiteboard

smartmaker whiteboard

Whiteboards are handy tools for schools and offices, and they’ve been around for some time now. They are very useful to write on using dry-erase markers, making for a much easier and cleaner process than what we had before, with the old chalkboard. But whiteboards are also useful, for example, to project things onto. Unlike their… Read more »


Coolbox, Toolbox 2.0, Smashes Indiegogo Campaign Goal

Coolbox

There are many “old” objects that almost everyone uses but, despite that, have not been getting the attention they deserve – at least in terms of their evolution and keeping the pace up with the future. Right now, one of the hottest tech trends is to take these objects and bring them to the 21st… Read more »


Oco Home Surveillance Challenges Dropcam and Other Existing Systems

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People are becoming more concerned about their safety, with the safety of their homes being a great priority. This results in a growth in terms of the home surveillance solutions available in the market, where Nest and Dropcam dominate but are seeing a more recent competitor, Oco. I have previously mentioned all these three services, but today I… Read more »


TarDisk: MacBook Storage Expansion That’s Bigger on the Inside

TarDisk: MacBook Storage Expansion That's Bigger on the Inside

Sometimes 256 GB or 512 GB of hard drive space simply isn’t enough. Despite our initial expectations for how much memory we’ll need, human error persists – the extent of our predictions can only go so far. And, while external hard drives exist to help fix these technical limitations, their usage often poses more of a… Read more »


How to Completely Beast a Kickstarter Campaign: Notion

How to run a successful kickstarter

Kickstarter is an amazing tool for launching products and expanding innovation, if you know what you’re getting yourself into. We’d like to share this guest submission from the folks at Notion. Even though they were told they were crazy, they launched their Kickstarter campaign during the final month of the Techstars accelerator program. They ended up… Read more »



Vino 2.0: Making Wine in the Drone Age

Vine Rangers drones

I want you to put yourself in the shoes of a large-scale farmer for a few minutes here. Imagine standing on the front of your farmhouse porch, examining the sheer amount of space that your growing crops consume. Your day, your job, and your life all surround making sure that you get as many viable,… Read more »


Complete Your V-Day Outfit with This Vibrator Necklace

Vesper vibrator necklace

Apparently, jewelry that doubles as a sex toy is a thing, and the latest creation by Crave is something called the Vesper vibrator necklace. Yes, you heard that right: it’s a vibrator for women that they can clean and hang around their necks to wear in public. “We believe that women have been underserved in… Read more »


The UviCube Uses UV Light to Sanitize Your Devices

Kickstarter UviCube

A recently launched Kickstarter hopes to make it easier for you to disinfect your electronic and mobile devices without the risk of getting damaged. Utilizing the power of UV lights, the UviCube aims to provide the easiest method for sanitizing everyday items from watches and rings, to mobile phones and remote and children’s toys. The device’s… Read more »


CES 2015 Best iPhone Acessories for the Smart Home

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In this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), as usual, a lot of novelty gadgets were presented to the public. Some of them are ready to hit the market, while others are in an experimentation phase. Still, one of the hottest niches in CES 2015 was Home Automation – specifically, smart home apps and accessories designed for… Read more »


Record Calls (Literally) On The Go With Bluewire

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Today’s smartphones really live up to their name, as they are filled with almost every tool we can imagine. From cameras that are more potent than most compact ones to high-end processing and computing power, they are as good as the next personal computer – I know for a fact that my actual phone is… Read more »


The Grillbot Is a Roomba for Your Grill

Grillbot

The Super Bowl has been around since 1967, but the American tradition of grilling is even older. Handed down to us by generations past, we perfected the art form starting with the first portable gas grills in the 1950s. Today, grilling adherents around the country aspire to popularity, crispy goodness, and that certain je ne… Read more »


7 Gadgets We’ll See in 2015

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The world is full of gizmo freaks these days. The courtship between mankind and machine is destined to reach its peak in 2015. With thousand of innovative ideas getting poured in into the scene every moment, enthusiastic entrepreneurs ready to invest millions of dollars every day, and billions of users ready with their aspirations to catch… Read more »