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Category: Mobile Tech

PicoPro Pocket Laser Projector Review

PicoPro Pocket Laser Projector Review
Celluon’s PicoPro is a tiny, battery-powered projector that fits in the palm of your hand. It can project clear images on any white surface without the need for external hardware other than a smartphone. It can use HDMI or wireless devices that support Miracast wireless video as its sources.

Pocket Points iOS App Rewards You for Not Looking at Your Phone: Fight Fire with Fire

Pocket Points iOS App Rewards You for Not Looking at Your Phone: Fight Fire with Fire
Computer Science student Rob Richardson thinks he’s found a solution to get students to stop looking at their phones: their phones. The California State University at Chico junior created Pocket Points, a location-based app that rewards students based on the length of time their iPhone is locked.

PS Vita Case with L2 R2 Triggers is Only for Second Gen Vita: DAMMIT

PS Vita Case with L2 R2 Triggers is Only for Second Gen Vita: DAMMIT
Even though many PS4 games have or will have support for Remote Play on the PS Vita, the handheld’s lack of actual L2 and R2 triggers severely gimps the experience. Now we have some good news and bad news.

The Power of the Force is Strong in These Star Wars PowerTube Batteries

The Power of the Force is Strong in These Star Wars PowerTube Batteries
If you are out of the office a lot with your gadgets and running out of power is a concern, you’ll want to carry an external battery pack to juice up. There’s no shortage of portable batteries on the market today.

Wishbone Thermometer Lets you be a Temperature Checking Ninja

Wishbone Thermometer Lets you be a Temperature Checking Ninja
When my son was an infant, he had constant ear infections, and we had to check his temperature roughly every 15 seconds or we felt like terrible parents and were convinced he had brain damage. The problem was he was also the lightest sleeper in the history of babies and would wake up at the sound me turning the thermometer on.

Lumoid Lets You Try Wearable Devices Before You Buy: Fit Tester

Lumoid Lets You Try Wearable Devices Before You Buy: Fit Tester
Lumoid is an online store that rents and sells consumer electronics, from prosumer cameras to the Google Glass. Recently the store opened up a new kind of service that’s solely for wearable devices. Lumoid can ship you up to five fitness or sleep trackers so you can try them out for a week.

Xyze Takes & Saves Body Measurements for Online Shopping: Extra Large Convenience

Xyze Takes & Saves Body Measurements for Online Shopping: Extra Large Convenience
Clothing stores online usually have sizing guides for their products, but those guides assume that the customer knows his size. A company called Xyze is working on a way to ensure you get the right clothing size when buying online.

Remotr Lets You Play PC Games from Your Android Device

Remotr Lets You Play PC Games from Your Android Device
I know the PC gamers out there have been sitting in class or on a bus before playing a game on their Android tablet or smartphone and wished they could actually be playing one of their PC games.

Brand Killer Head-mounted Display Blocks Brands and Logos in Real Time: They Owe You

Brand Killer Head-mounted Display Blocks Brands and Logos in Real Time: They Owe You
Ad-blocking software is a double-edged sword, but overall I still think it needs to exist. But as Sean Tejaratchi so effectively explained, the barrage of ads online is nothing compared to what’s happening in the real world.

RegionThree Hack Bypasses Region Locking on Nintendo 3DS: Exploits, Please

RegionThree Hack Bypasses Region Locking on Nintendo 3DS: Exploits, Please
Jordan “Smealum” Rabet, the programmer behind the Ninjhax Nintendo 3DS Homebrew channel, has released another major contribution for gamers looking to maximize the handheld system. His RegionThree loader lets you play 3DS games from any region.

Vikaura Wireless E-ink Display: What’s Black & White & Bluetooth All Over?

Vikaura Wireless E-ink Display: What’s Black & White & Bluetooth All Over?
The Vikaura is the polar opposite of the huge and expensive digital picture frames that have come up in the past couple of years. It’s simply a small E-ink display that receives messages or images from your mobile device via Bluetooth.

XSories Sneaker Power Bank: Juiced Up Kicks

XSories Sneaker Power Bank: Juiced Up Kicks
If you liked Vans’ waffle sole iPhone case, check out XSories’ Sneaker Power Bank. Its 4200mAh battery is protected and decorated by a rubber outsole-like design. The design also conceals the battery’s LED indicators. The Sneaker Power Bank has two 5V/2.1A USB ports and comes with a charging cable with integrated microUSB, USB and 30-pin charging tips.

The Motorola Scout 5000 Lets You Track Your Dog Like The Canine NSA

The Motorola Scout 5000 Lets You Track Your Dog Like The Canine NSA
What’s your dog’s name? “Viktor Erstmann von Drakenhoff IV?” That’s a bit much… oh, you call him “Vicky” for short. Still weird, but whatever. Has Vicky ever escaped from your yard? Have you ever wanted to spy on him from the comfort of your computer?

This External Battery & MicroSD Card Reader Looks Familiar

This External Battery & MicroSD Card Reader Looks Familiar
Looking for a way to charge that NES-style Bluetooth gamepad on the go? Check out Columbus Circle’s external battery, which looks just like the Nintendo Famicom controller. Even though it can’t be used as a controller its buttons appear to be clickable.

Dedicated Japanese Geeks Wait in the Snow to buy “Lucky Bag”

Dedicated Japanese Geeks Wait in the Snow to buy “Lucky Bag”
We have seen some crazy folks waiting in lines at Apple stores around the world when new iPhones are launching. Sometimes there are hundreds of folks in these lines. Recently in Japan, one Apple Store offered up some items called “Lucky Bags” that are more in line with what we would call grab bags here in the States. 

DIY Oversized LED Matrix Necklace: iBling

DIY Oversized LED Matrix Necklace: iBling
Here’s a fun project from Al Linke, the creator of the PIXEL. He used the board that he made for his pixel art LED frame to turn an LED matrix into a comically huge and interactive jewelry, which he affectionately calls the iBling.