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Category: Mobile Tech

Jyrobike Kid’s Bicycle Can Balance on Its Own: Look Ma, No Man!

Jyrobike Kid’s Bicycle Can Balance on Its Own: Look Ma, No Man!
We’re already working on self-driving cars, so a self-balancing bicycle shouldn’t be as surprising. And yet the Jyrobike is still a sight to behold. The children’s bicycle has electronics and a flywheel built into its front…
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HoverSkater Skateboard: Back to the Past

HoverSkater Skateboard: Back to the Past
No, inventor Jim Pitts didn’t quite replicate Back to the Future‘s hoverboard. His HoverSkater is a combination of a hovercraft and a longboard. It’s most likely the most affordable hovercraft you can get. I’m just not…
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Using Google Glass to Help the Deaf: Signglasses

Using Google Glass to Help the Deaf: Signglasses
We’ve seen Google Glass used to help blind people. Researchers at Brigham Young University (BYU) on the other hand are using Glass as well as other head-mounted displays to help deaf students learn. They call their…
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PirateBox Lets You Share Files & Communicate Anonymously: Net in a Box

PirateBox Lets You Share Files & Communicate Anonymously: Net in a Box
Created by NYU associate professor David Darts, the PirateBox is a DIY system that lets you share files and talk to others in your vicinity by setting up a local wireless network. After starting the project…
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HeadFoams Children’s Headphones: Beats by Seuss

HeadFoams Children’s Headphones: Beats by Seuss
A company called MarBlue has come up with a solution for kid-proof headphones that’s so simple you’ll regret not coming up with it and getting mad funds on Kickstarter. They’re called HeadFoams, a pair of headphones…
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Scribble Pen & Stylus: Copy and Paste Colors from Actual Objects

Scribble Pen & Stylus: Copy and Paste Colors from Actual Objects
It looks like Jinsu Park’s color-copying pen concept is going to have a real-life counterpart, thanks to inventors Mark Barker and Robert Hoffman. Their Scribble Pen and Scribble Stylus use a color sensor and an ARM…
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Apple Working on Annoying iMessage Bug That Blocks Texts after Migration

Apple Working on Annoying iMessage Bug That Blocks Texts after Migration
If you ever used an iPhone with your phone number and then ported your number to another brand of device, you may know about a flaw with iMessage that prevents you from getting some of your…
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Metaio Thermal Touch Uses Heat from Your Fingers to Turn Any Surface into a Touchscreen

Metaio Thermal Touch Uses Heat from Your Fingers to Turn Any Surface into a Touchscreen
We’ve seen a couple of prototypes that enable or at least emulate touch-sensitivity on everyday objects. But as wearable technology continues to flourish, we’re going to need a simple and portable solution. Augmented reality company Metaio…
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iOS App Lets You Find Your Device by Playing Marco Polo

iOS App Lets You Find Your Device by Playing Marco Polo
Apple already has a Find My iPhone feature, but what if you’re sure that your iOS device is just somewhere nearby? Matt Wiechec’s app Marco Polo was designed for those instances. It lets you locate your…
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Gnome iPad-based Cash Register to Roll out to Groupon Merchants

Gnome iPad-based Cash Register to Roll out to Groupon Merchants
Groupon is a service that lots of shoppers around the country take advantage of to get big discounts at stores and places to eat among other things. The company has announced that it is set to…
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Otto Camera Makes Animated GIFs: Web’s Cam

Otto Camera Makes Animated GIFs: Web’s Cam
The Raspberry Pi and the animated .gif – two of the Internet’s favorite things come together in Otto, a quirky still and video camera. Powered by the Raspberry Pi Compute, Otto has a variety of features,…
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R2-D2 Virtual Keyboard: Help Me CTRL-ALT-DELETE, You’re My Only Hope

R2-D2 Virtual Keyboard: Help Me CTRL-ALT-DELETE, You’re My Only Hope
We already know that R2-D2 can swim through swamps, hack computers, fix X-Wing fighters, deliver holographic messages, and even breakdance – and now he works as a keyboard for mobile devices. I’ve seen plenty of laser…
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Restaurant Turns Your Food Tray and Smartphone into an Interactive Football Game

Restaurant Turns Your Food Tray and Smartphone into an Interactive Football Game
Football in America is not the Football that the rest of the world is in love with. Brazil really loves its football and so, Giraffas, a fast food chain in the country is doing something smart…
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Cider Makes iOS Apps Run on Android: Wine for the Little Ones

Cider Makes iOS Apps Run on Android: Wine for the Little Ones
Android users waiting for an iOS app to come to their device should start sending flowers and chocolates to Columbia University. A group of PhD students from the school’s Software Systems Laboratory have created Cider, a…
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Flappy Bird is Coming Back in August

Flappy Bird is Coming Back in August
I played Flappy Bird a few times before it was pulled off the App Store by its maker for being too addictive. I hated the game. I never wanted to throw my iPhone so badly in…
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Google Glass Virtual Keyboard Concept Doesn’t Need You to Type “Okay Glass” First

Google Glass Virtual Keyboard Concept Doesn’t Need You to Type “Okay Glass” First
Google Glass’ voice recognition software is only as good as the user’s English accent. Even if it were perfect, there are still times when you can’t talk out loud. But how else are you going to…
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