Odd Alarm is a new app that will wake you up by using a bunch of odd sounds that your mind will find impossible to ignore. It’s available for iOS and Android, but this app isn’t full of the usual chimes and jaunty tunes.
DJI is a maker of all sorts of slick drones that are meant for the series amateur or pro photographer wanting images from the sky. At CES 2019 DJI has announced a new Smart Remote controller with an integrated display.
With a rich history in the world of wireless communications, Chicago-based Motorola is still going strong, offering up some great smartphones with a great balance of features, build quality, versatility, and value. And with its Moto Mods technology, they’re some of the only phones on the planet which are truly expandable.
You can already play classic games on your phone. That’s no big deal. But if you want something closer to an authentic experience, where you play old games on your phone USING A FLOPPY DISK, you are in luck.
I’m a huge fan of Westworld, as I’m sure many of you are. The thought of androids who don’t even know they aren’t real and look just like us is a bit unnerving. It looks like the folks at Garner Holt Productions have created a creepy head almost worthy of being a Host in our favorite theme park of debauchery.
Sadly, the head isn’t a hot rancher’s daughter, rather it’s an old wrinkly dude that looks like he might shoot you for a shot of whiskey.
If you want to play The Legend of Zelda on something other than a Nintendo console, we have some good news. The Zelda series is headed to smartphones, according to The Wall Street Journal. We just don’t know yet whether this is a port or an entirely new game like Super Mario Run.
While iOS gamers are already playing Super Mario Run (and complaining about the $10 price tag,) Android gamers are sitting there just wanting to play the game. While the game still isn’t available for Android users, you can now pre-register your interest over on Google Play.
Pre-registering will send you an alert on your device when the game is ready to download.
With its new Pixel smartphones, Google came out swinging, offering a ton of speed power, amazing photo quality, fast charging, and a true reference version of Android 7.1, devoid of the crapware often installed on other phones.
ASUS has officially unveiled the ZenWatch 3. This is the company’s latest Android Wear effort and it also marks the first time the company has released a smartwatch with a round face. It looks pretty stylish compared to others on the market, and also thinner than some of the other round smartwatch models out there.
Its AMOLED screen is approximately 1.39″
You can buy almost any TV these days and get great picture quality. What is lacking in the market is something that actually looks classy. The Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 14 stands out with a great, artful design.
They pair an aluminum-framed widescreen display panel on top with oak wood layers below it to fill up the blank space, making it look more like a piece of furniture than a piece of home electronics, and that is what has largely been missing in the display market.
Remember that Hyperkin Smart Boy case thingy that we saw last year? It was a case that slid onto an iPhone and turned it into a GameBoy from the Nintendo days. Turns out it was originally an April Fool’s joke, but enough interest was there that Hyperkin decided to build it.
The company was at E3 this year and had the Smart Boy on display with some notable changes.
Are you tired of the same old fighting games? Those games just never have any meat to them. Sausage Legend is different. It has plenty of meat. In fact, it is a real sausage-fest.
Sausage Legend is an iOS and Android game recently released by Milkcorp.
Earlier this year, we checked out the ScopeAround, a set of affordable scientific cameras that stream video to smartphones. But if you’re looking for something even simpler and cheaper, check out SmartMicroOptics’ Blips, a pair of macro and micro lenses that you stick over your mobile device’s camera.
Blips lenses are mounted on films that adhere electrostatically to your mobile device.
Smartphones and tablets are packed with sensors. Normally they’re used by apps or the phone itself, but now Android users can take advantage of their mobile device’s light sensor, microphone and accelerometer to gather and record data with the help of Google and Exploratorium’s new Science Journal app.
Science Journal indicates the amount of light, sound and acceleration in a given axis using either an audio feedback or with a graph.