Magura eLECT Electronic Suspension System is a Boon for Mountain Bikers

May 31, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Magura has introduced its new electronic suspension control system for mountain bikes, with a new auto-lockout technology that senses changes in terrain. This electronic suspension system is simple, lightweight and efficient. The self adjusting technology is called the eLECT electronic suspension system and contains an eLECT module that replaces the top-mounted adjustment cap/knob on existing […]

US Army Develops Portable Charger to Bring Power to Soldiers in the Field

May 29, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The US Army Research Laboratory has developed a military-grade Universal Battery Charger (UBC) that is made to help soldiers to keep their electronics powered up. According to Dave Schimmel, Project Manager Soldier Warrior, there is a high requirement for portable power source among soldiers, especially when they are in the Tier-1 environment. However, the conventional […]

Paper LED Torch Light Made from a Piece of Paper and LED

May 27, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Flashlights are among the most essential household gadgets, but they are usually made of plastic and toxic batteries. We now have a variant. The Paper LED Torch light made by Kazuhiro Yamanaka is quite different from unconventional flashlights that are heavy and bulky. The Paper LED Torch Light is simple, yet environment friendly. It includes […]

Apple iWatch to Keep You Waiting Until Second Half of 2014

May 23, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Although Apple fans worldwide are waiting for the rumored Apple smart watch, we now hear that the device will not release until late 2014. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has been quoted as saying by Apple Insider  that the rumored iWatch will debut only in the second half of 2014. He also added that the […]

Meta Google Glass Rival Project Hires Steve Mann as Chief Scientist

May 22, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Meta, a start up, is working hard on a device that would be better than Google Glass! The project has now hired Steve Mann, the father of wearable-computing as its chief scientist. The Meta product is a pair of augmented reality goggles that would be coupled with a Kinect-like camera and would be able to […]

California Teen Invents Device That Can Recharge Cellphones in Just 20 Seconds

May 21, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

One of the major concerns about smartphones is their short battery life. With an increased number of apps running, GPS navigation and constant web browsing and video, juicing up frequently can be time consuming and frustrating. But a California teen has developed a device that can recharge cellphone batteries in just 20 seconds. Eesha Khare, […]

Dell Project Ophelia On, Android TV Stick Shipping this July

May 20, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Dell is all set to release its stick-sized PC called Project Ophelia, which can turn a TV into an Android computer. This thump-sized device will start shipping in July for about $100. The concept of Ophelia was first introduced by Dell at CES in January. It is an Android-based device that can plug into a […]

tim-E iPhone Robot is an Alarm Clock and Bedside Buddy

May 17, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you have a hard time waking-up in the morning, the tim-E is specially made for you. Pronounced  ‘Timmy’, tim-E is a robot alarm designed to work with the iPhone. Now a Kickstarter project, the new iPhone dock has specially designed arms and legs and has the ability to wake you up in the morning in […]

All Eyes on Google Nexus Q at I/O Event; No One Knows if it Will Actually Arrive

May 14, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Almost a year ago Google had first introduced its Android powered Nexus Q media player device at its I/O developer conference. But later on the company decided to put off the launch indefinitely. With Google’s 2013 I/O conference set to kick start on this Wednesday, everyone is wondering if it will bring any news on […]

Battle for Supremacy in Wearable Computing Tech Arena Kicks Off

May 3, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wearable computing is considered the next big thing in this tech era. Jawbone’s inclination to purchase BodyMedia, a wearable sensor maker, may allude to the rise in that technology, and the prospects that the wireless headset company sees investing in. Wearable computing is a novel technology that has names from Google Glass to heart-rate monitors […]

Samsung Patenting Siri-Like Feature for Robots

April 5, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There’s nothing new when you say ‘robots’ because we have been hearing and seeing quite a lot of these machines. But what’s new is when you get novelties from giants like Samsung. The South Korean company has filed a patent application that would allow them to use a Siri-like feature in their next generation D-Copycat […]

Baidu Eye to be Google Glass Rival; Features Look Similar

April 5, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Though Google Glass hasn’t seen sunlight as of yet, it has already been successful in bringing up a rival. Yes, Chinese search engine Baidu is bringing the Baidu eye that will pose a direct threat to the Google Glass. It is said to have all the features of the Google Glass from voice recognition to […]

Tascam DR-60D Promises to Aid Audio Recorders

April 3, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Those who use their DSLRs for video recording can now get a new audio recorder which Tascam will be setting free. Tascam is aiming the DR-60D at videographers and filmmakers who can now eliminate the need for large recorders. The device is compact and supports SD and SDHC cards, and it needs only four AA […]

SpringPad Update Makes it More Powerful; Its Notebooks can now be Ported to Other Sites

April 1, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

SpringPad has always been a nice innovative idea as it helped in organizing the web content according to our preferences. With its newest update, it has gone beyond the line of mere innovation. Now with the latest update, SpringPad permits its customers to port those same notebooks to other websites and display them anywhere on […]

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