Back in late July, we talked a bit about the ChargeCard for the iPhone. The device is a credit card-sized charger that allows you to connect your iPhone to your computer USB port for charging and synchronization.
Bluetooth speakers are pretty convenient, since they allow you to share your tunes wirelessly and you can use many different kinds of devices, like smartphones and tablets, as audio sources. Scosche’s boomSTREAM wireless speaker is yet another option for streaming your music over Bluetooth.
It’s all about power when you’re on the go. Depending on your usage, it doesn’t take long for the battery of your tablet or smartphone to run out. It’s happened to everyone, stranded with no way to juice up your gear.
There’s an app for that. I’ve actually said that today, while I was teaching a class, and yep, there actually was an app for that. Las Vegas startup Romotive takes this to another level with their Romo robot, a robot designed to use your smartphone as its brain.
All of the hands-free headsets in the market today aren’t really “hands-free” because you still have to hold your phone. And because of that, they make answering calls difficult when your hands are busy doing something else.
Passive speakers have come a long way since they started appearing, and I have to say that this one does look pretty appealing. It’s basically a solid hunk of wood, but it’s not too big to be unwieldy.
The iPhone’s on-screen keyboard is forgiving enough as it is, but sometimes, my fatter-than-normal fingers make me type out messages that are garbled, wrongly-spelled, and downright confusing.
I’ve never been interested in getting a separate physical keyboard for the iPhone, since I never found one that was right for what I needed in the market.
Imagine how much easier life would be if we had sensors on all of our stuff. You could just raise your hand and the lights would go off, clap your hands to turn the TV on and off, and snap your fingers to run a bath.
If you use your smartphone a lot and are looking for a more hassle-free way of using it, then you might want to look into getting a pair of DELTA415 Wearcom pants – jeans that have been specially-tailored for the average smartphone user.
There’s an app for that. How many times have you heard that? Well, a Norwegian-based studio, Rift Labs, has come up with The Kick, a portable photo/video lighting system for smartphones and DSRLs that will allow you to ensure that you’re taking the best pics possible.
It’s always refreshing to see people take a technological approach to everyday stuff, like encouraging people to go register for the elections and vote. You might recall how Rock the Vote created the first telephone voter registration system to encourage people to register to vote by picking up the phone.
One thing that men and women stress about constantly is acne. We live in a pretty shallow society where people are often judged by their looks. The unfortunate thing about acne is that, aside from being painful when it’s at its worse, is that it also leave unsightly marks when it heals.
Typically, when you fork over all that money for college tuition, you get a bunch of books and student loan debt. With more and more colleges moving towards integrating technology with their curriculums, Seton Hall University has announced that it will be giving all incoming freshmen a Lumia 900 smartphone from Nokia.
I’m a sucker for anything covered in carbon fiber. Carbon fiber is typically a material used when lightweight is desired along with strength. Carbon fiber also happens to look good when the weave is exposed on many products it gives them a decisively high performance style.