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The Wireless Sensor Tag is small monitor that may be attached to items that are easy to lose, it alerts owners on changes in temperature or movement of any tagged objects.
The “Wireless Sensor Tag” is a small monitor that enables owners to track their lost items. Absent minded people, can now track the movement or change in temperature of any item assigned to a tag, even when they are not at home.Read the rest of the article »
Kicstarter project, CameraMator, is a tool that equips cameras with viewing, editing and sharing ability
Photographers can now have the option to edit, view and share photos without the need to plug their cameras to a computer. Creator, Usman Rashid has came up with his concept, CameraMator, an accessory that provides wireless functionality to cameras.Read the rest of the article »
The "Any Shape Shifting Socket" is a sculptable socket that gives you a visually pleasing and convenient plugging experience.
A group of talented designers have created the “Any Shape-shifting Socket”.
Designers Xue Xing Wu, Zi Yu Li, Yue Hua Zhu & Zhi Qiang Wang, with the guidance of teacher, Xiang Long Pan, have created this unique socket concept.
The “Any Shape-shifting Socket” gives you a visually pleasing plugging experience. This socket can be molded to fit around your furniture, unlike your generic, rectangular shaped sockets.
This fluid and flexible socket lets you plug in all sorts of different gadgets because the jack is designed to fit most kinds of plugs.View Article Source »
A group of Koreans have designed SAVE:US, an ordinary hall light that can be used as a torch light with GPS locator
Korean inventors Jo Joo Hyun, Choi Sung Hun, Jin Min Hee and Park So Jeing, have created SAVE:US, a hall light that can be used as a detachable flashlight, in times of emergency.Read the rest of the article »
Sony begins taking pre-orders of its most advanced Blu-ray player, the dual-core BDP-S790.
Sony on Sunday announced that it will soon start shipping ‘its most advanced Blu-ray player’ to date. The BDP-S790, one of the most anticipated devices of CES 2012, is Sony’s first of its kind dual-core Blu-ray player that is capable of “upscaling” videos to 4k resolution.Read the rest of the article »
Japanese case turns iPad 2 into full netbook, includes USB port, charging and a MacBook Pro-like keyboard.
For roughly $75 you can turn your iPad 2 into a full netbook, thanks to a Japanese distributor that offers this new custom made case which brings the styling and other netbook-like functions to your beloved iPad2.Read the rest of the article »
Japanese Watch Model, Kisai by Tokyoflash, Makes use of Touchscreen Technology
Japanese watchmaker, Tokyoflash has now released their innovative watch concept, Kisai in the market. This model boasts of a sleek touchscreen LCD watch design and is made of low-energy LCDs.Read the rest of the article »
Discover seven of the Star Trek ideas that became reality!
Star Trek is said to be one of the most popular television series in the world. Its first episode was aired on NBC five years after the first human was launched into space. The franchise successfully produced six television series and 11 movies. During those times, it has been able to show several futuristic gadgets and technologies.
Star Trek is now celebrating its 45th anniversary, and as part of its milestone, GADG has rounded up seven of its futuristic gadgets that turned into reality.
Hit the break to see them all.Read the rest of the article »
Spruce up your new school year with these five must-have gadgets!
Technology is changing constantly, which is why you have to get ready for what Fall has to bring. Check out GADG’s fresh lineup of gadgets that are due to arrive this month by hitting the break.Read the rest of the article »
Toshiba's much more improved tablet called Excite was seen at the IFA show.
Toshiba’s much improved tablet, Excite, made an appearance at the IFA show ahead of time. Even though staffs were closely watching it, the said Android slate was clearly seen at the Toshiba booth before the expo started.
Excite appears to use mostly a stock version of Android 3, and has the mini HDMI, microSD and microUSB support that was leaked out previously. Other details said that it is one of the few Android 3 tablets outside of the HTC Jetstream to use something other than a Tegra 2 chip — if these details are accurate. Toshiba might use a dual-core, 1.5GHz TI OMAP4460 chip that could make it one of the fastest tablets in the field. Front and rear cameras are known, but support for 3G or 4G isn’t.
The Excite promises to reverse an additional error Toshiba made with the Thrive and should ship much closer to its unveiling date, most likely within a few weeks.View Article Source »
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