You might think you’re safe when you’re hanging out with your friends and with friends of a friend, but that isn’t always the case. Who knows what unscrupulous folks could be dumping into your drink when you had your back turned or while you were dancing up a storm on the dance floor?
I’m not such a fan of going to the grocery store. It’s a pain in the butt and my kids always want to buy stuff I know they won’t eat. I also always forget to buy something important because I get distracted by all the samples.
The smartphones that we think are affordable here in the US, are often way out of reach for people in developing nations. Many of these places don’t get subsidies, so they have to pay the entire amount for their smartphones up front.
Nokia has rolled out a new product that will launch in April called Treasure Tag. The Nokia Treasure Tag is a small square device that is designed to be attached to your belongings to help you keep track of them.
It’s hard to tell when food in your freezer has spoiled because, well it’s frozen. You can’t always tell by smell. FreezCube is here to help. It is a simple device that tells you how much time you have to safely consume the frozen food stored in your freezer if the freezer loses power.
When my wife and I moved a few months ago one of the reasons we chose out new place was because my wife liked the tile floors throughout the house. I hate tile floors because you have to mop a lot rather than just vacuuming and moving on.
I’ve often wanted to know what my daughters dog was thinking when she spends an hour outside, comes inside and immediately drops a deuce on the rug. I’m convinced the dog is simply an asshole. Now, a company has a product that it is working on, that is apparently a serious product for them, called No More Woof.
As the old adage goes, “practice makes perfect.” I had a coach in high school that was fond of a different adage it went something like “perfect practice makes perfect”, because if you practice something incorrectly, you’ll learn it incorrectly.
Hand-cranked emergency chargers are nothing new, but the folks behind Voltmaker managed to come up with something novel based on the same concept. Instead of having to turn the crank laboriously, you’ll only have to hold the gadget and spin it round and round to generate energy.
Around these parts, we all love bacon. That goes without saying. We can’t get enough of it. We also can’t get enough bacon related merchandise. Or things to help us cook it better. The bacon press is a must have if you want to keep your bacon straight rather than curly.
Forget shelling out good money to get a professional haircut. Real men cut their own hair and they prefer to do it with one hand tied behind their backs. The Single-Handed Barber should help. It’s basically a one-handed Flowbee.
I’m a fan of gadget teardowns if for no other reason than to see exactly what’s on the inside of some of the coolest gadgets out there. Not too long ago I mentioned that iSuppli had performed a teardown of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
If you’re a fan of James Bond movies or other flicks where spies have to sneak into someone’s office and take pictures of secret documents, you’ll love this new product from Hammacher Schlemmer. The gadget is called the Pen-Sized Scanner and it’s retro spy tech with a futuristic twist.
If you use an Apple gadget with a 30-pin connector and frequent Kickstarter, you may have noticed a project on the website over the last month or so called the POP. This is a squat little circular charger that looks like a miniature garbage can designed to charge Apple devices and other smartphones.