Monday, June 26, 2017

Gadgets

Gadgets
Moore's Law

Original mass market computers were clunky, expensive and slow beasts. Despite revolutionizing business and - much later - our personal lives, the early entrants to desktop computing did little more than help write letters...

At the beginning of the 1990s, it seemed that by 2015 we would be using a wide range of head-mounted displays for various needs. However, as the whole technological development was directed towards...

by Steven Millward. courtesy techinasia Sony (NYSE:SNE) revealed the second-generation of its wearable tech flagship gadget, the Sony Smartwatch 2, yesterday. This afternoon at the Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai we...

Your smartphone has a cracked screen, or it took a short swim in the bathtub. Should you call your warranty company, reach out to your insurance company and pony up the cash for a...
Uranwheel

Walking across campus to my office each morning this semester, I’ve found it hard to ignore the growing number of students using hoverboards to get around. These two-wheel self-balancing boards (they don’t really hover,...
Apple Watch

When Apple unveiled its original watch in 2014, the California company touted three tent-pole features of the new wearable: style, communication and fitness. Rolling out the second-generation Apple Watch this week, Apple has positioned...

Do Gunnars eyewear really help the eyes? The Gunnars!!! “Advanced Computer/Gaming Eyewear designed to protect, enhance and optimize your vision”. “Snake oil...” shouted my Ed, “...there's nothing such as this”. If you are as sceptical...
logos

NEW YORK, Dec. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Summit CE Group announces their partnership with Hearst Brand Development to launch a new line of Car and Driver-branded dash cams at the International Consumer Electronics Show, January...

Researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have made the world’s smallest radio receiver, built out of an assembly of atomic-scale defects in pink diamonds. This tiny radio,...

Waterlogged? The internet is full of advice about do-it-yourself methods for drying out and repairing a smartphone or cell phone that has taken an unfortunate dive into a body of water, whether the toilet or...

What is this Glass thing anyways? Google's latest and hottest gadget needs little introduction. Since its public unveiling in April 2012, the tiny head-mounted Android computer has been collecting controversy and sociological analysis. It is...

 by Lieu Thi Pham | July 10, 2013, 2:30 AM PDT, courtesy smartplanet NEW YORK — When Dr. Sabine Seymour launched the Computational Fashion program at the art and technology institute Eyebeam in December 2012, her timing...