Gadgets

Facebook’s Giant Solar-Powered Drone Makes its Maiden Flight

July 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Facebook’s dream of providing internet access to over 4 billion people in the world is finally taking shape pragmatically. Aquila, the company’s giant internet drone, has just made its maiden successful test flight, surging the hope for a better internet-connected world in the near future. Facebook announced its massive internet drone program during March, 2015 […]

Withings’ $100 Infrared Thermometers Arrives after FDA Clearance

July 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Withings

Withings announced its Thermo infrared thermometer during March at CES, 2016. Now, the company has made it available for the consumers after grabbing clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration. The release now makes Withings Thermo arguably the best thermometer available in markets today. Unlike conventional thermometers, the Thermo uses a set of 16 […]

Nest Offers a Camera for Your Outdoors

July 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Nest is finally fixing a problem which has been prevailing on almost all the major security camera, including Nest Cam; outdoor shooting. It has now launched the new Nest Cam Outdoor to solve the outdoor footage recording issues. Nest Cam Outdoor is made available in a new rig that can be dispatched to outdoor locations […]

Google Might Bring Up Not Just Self-Made Smartphones, but Smartwatches Too  

July 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It was revealed a few days ago that Google was building a smartphone of their own that will finally compete directly against the iPhone devices. This will come besides Project Ara modular device that’s scheduled for next year, forcing us to believe that the tech conglomerate is devoting its attention into smartphone depot. But that’s […]

This Handy Gadget can Recognize Colours and Fonts from the World Around You

July 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
gadgets

Technology can sometimes be harsh. It has been churning gadgets so endlessly that we often forget to judge the potential usefulness of a gadget. Often we are misguided by gadgets with its initial pre-launch impression that later turns out to be nothing, but a crap with its services. But thankfully, there are aplenty of gadgets […]

Wynd Can Take Care of the Air You Breathe in Anytime, Anywhere

July 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Wynd

Air Purifiers are no exception to the smart-age evolution in technology. There are plenty of smart purifiers out there today, and just like the rest, these possess smart status mostly by the inclusion of ‘automatic’ or IoT qualities. Enter Wynd, which could just be the smartest air purifier of them all even without having ties […]

Cozmo, Anki’s Real-World Wall-E, is Here

June 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It has just been eight years since Wall-E stepped down to our hearts, and Pixar’s adorable robot is still a piece we all wish to acquire some day. Thankfully, the Silicon Valley toymaker Anki is now making those dreams a reality. After having rolled out robotic toy cars that races around tracks, Anki is up […]

TVPRO HD6 is a $134 Tiny PC Disguised as a Webcam

June 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Dedicated webcams aren’t new to the markets; they come with in-built hardware to facilitate video conferences with ease on your TVs. The new TVPRO HD6 also falls under the same category, but its relative-greater power pushes it ahead of the rest to be called as a tiny computer. One major feature that draws the line […]

Alphabet Churns Out Robotic Dog that can Do Your Dishes

June 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Out there in the middle of Massachusetts is a new digital dog that can turn out to be your adorable pet in the near future. Called SpotMini, this robotic dog is the brainchild of Google-owned Boston Dynamics. Don’t expect them to bark at strangers, but yes, they can definitely be at service much more than […]

Amazon Updates Its ‘Affordable Kindle’ with Improved Memory

June 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Kindle Basic, Amazon’s entry level e-reader, has now been granted a major hardware upgrade in two years. The new revamped Kindle Basic e-reader now comes with many improvements, and comes with a price tag of $79.99. Some of the most noticeable hardware boosts in the new Kindle Basic are the doubled-up memory and the improved […]

Sphero’s Rolling Program-Tutor Bot Now Gets Better

June 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Spheros

  Sphero’s rolling bots have been here since 2011. But it made its firm presence with the BB8 Bot and SPRK (spelt Spark), which made coding it easier and innovative for kids to learn coding. And now, we have a new version of SPRK that comes with some good upgrades. The latest version is called […]

Ride of Steel, the Roller Coaster Ride Powered by VR Technology

June 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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We are yet to witness at least half the output of what they hold within; VR and AR still remained linked with digital activities like gaming, video, e-shopping and other services. But out there are some brains that are working hard to explore the unexplored. And, as a result, we are bumping on to what […]

Project Tango Debut Will be in a 6.4-inch Lenovo Phablet

June 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Lenovo and Google weren’t just staying idle after the big announcement at CES 2016, which paved the way for Project Tango Debut in a smartphone; they are indeed working big. Nearly six months past the announcement, we finally have a closer look on the debut device of Google’s Augmented Reality project. According to a tweet […]

Pebble Tiny Computer Wearable Will Come Integrated with Amazon Alexa

June 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
pebbles-core-pocket-computer

Pebble’s minicomputer is not making its way to the market all alone; it will be having a companion that’s attempting to explore more within its domain. And that little friend is none other than the personal assistant from Amazon called Alexa. It was only a few days ago that Pebble launched its habitual Kickstarter campaign […]

Amazon’s Alexa Services Now on Your Browsers Too

May 31, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Amazon Alexa is often named for its third party integration compared to other personal assistants. Now, it’s proving further for why it’s journey of domain expansion is swifter than the rest. Anyone can now enjoy the services of Amazon’s Alexa personal assistant services. You won’t be requiring an Echo speaker or any other Alexa-integrated device. […]

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