So this all over the Tech Blogs today. Off of Indiegogo a breathalyzer for your iPhone. I am sorry this is stupid, you shouldn’t need a dongle iPhone attachment accessory to tell you whether or not you should drive after drinking. It’s pretty simple if you drink don’t drive. Way to go guys you got a good one or not. Link here http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/breathometer-drink-smart-be-safe?c=home
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With all the possible ways you could so easily fry your iPhone, iPad, Galaxy, Kindle, or other device, the most pathetic and downright boring way to kill it would be from a power surge while charging. This compact grounded outlet & USB…
Now Even Geeks Will Want A John Deere
Really I shouldn’t have to explain much as to why I would now proudly rock a John Deere shirt. It comes down to two key features
- Fully autonomous mowing
- Operates in any weather at any time
What more do you need and it’s rechargeable I suddenly don’t mind mowing the lawn! Price TBA.
Google Honors The Father of Electronic Music Bob Moog
Robert Moog is the father of electronic music his simplified synthesizer revolutionized the music industry in the 70’s influincing and infusing itself into every genre from rock to jazz. Musicians such as Bob Marley and rock legend Gary Numan quickly incorporated the Mini Moog into all their music. In celebration for his 78th birthday the Animoog for iPhone App is on sale for .99 cents. You can learn more about Moog at his website http://www.moogmusic.com/ and find out about the man and the machine that helps you get your Dubstep on.
At the Art Of Apps gallery event in New York City last week, seven apps were projected on TV screens to display the best user interfaces iOS has to offer. In front of each screen were the creators and designers behind apps like Paper, Mixel,…
I love fish tanks and I love computers I am a geek it’s natural but what if you do something unnatural? Like combine the two, then you get one of the best computer mod ever! The Mac Pro Fish Tank!
A Modular iPhone Case For Every Situation
I haven’t reviewed many cases other than posting updates on the Otterboxes, their a tried and true product I go with what works. However the guys at Aeris have an intriguing new case the rail+ with an ingenious form factor. The rail+ like it’s predecessor the rail lend to the design and shape of the iPhone not taking anything away from its looks. The rail+ has that and basically becomes the M-16 of iPhone cases. You get your basic aesthetically pleasing rail case + a visor guard that shields both the front and back of the phone when you need it, a kick stand for at the desk along with a mount for your bike and the guys even tease an external battery piece. All these easily slide on and connect via the rail system making your phone ready for pretty much any situation. You can head over to Kickstarter now and pledge your $26 to be first inline for a rail+.
Playsurface Is This Weeks Featured Project
CES 2011 brought about a new concept the touch surface and we once again saw them in 2012. February of this year Samsung finally after two years in the works started shipping the Microsoft Surface an intuitive product with multiple touch points on a table like display. The technology is beyond innovative allowing multiple touch point references and interaction with physical objects placed on the surface the possibilities from military strategics to a whole new take on games is endless. The catch is the pricing and the coding, even if you do have the 8k for a Surface you still have to have a developer who specializes in the Microsoft Surface coding and development to do a program for you. So behold the Playsurface an affordable solution now on KickStarter, the guys goal is to get a product like this in the average developers hands allowing them to build programs for it and hopefully one day make it your new coffee table. The concept is brilliant and I hope it works out, I’ve gotten to play with the Surfaces and their amazing but not something tangible for everyone. Hopefully the guys at Playsurface can change that.
Real Life Mario Kart! Ok, Kinda.
This is actually the Chibikart designed by a group of MIT students as a CAD to completion project.
Pebble E-Paper Watch Gets Bluetooth 4.0
One of the most asked about features other than waterproofing for the Pebble has been the desire for Bluetooth 4.0 low energy. Now that the guys have reached over $9 million in funding they said this feature would be added. The main goal their stating isn’t for the energy consumption but the “eventual support of wireless sensors like heart-rate and cadence (for cycling).” Though this will be a feature not initially enabled on the watch but come later on by way of a free update.
$99 XBOX Officially Launched By Microsoft
Microsoft officially launched it’s XBOX 360 Kinect bundle for $99 grant it that’s with a 2 year contract paying $14.99 for XBOX Live Gold. How do the numbers add out you ask? Well by retail prices you end up paying $460 after two years but only $99 up front, on the flip-side if you get that all new and pay upfront you pay $420. Like any rent to own deal you pay more in the long run but its not gonna blow a shotgun sized hole in your pocket to begin with. To some this might be a great deal and defiantly something consumers are used to.
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