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Death Star Shift Knob

By Don Hallow | On Monday, November 9th, 2015 - No Comments »

We are days away from the official release of the new Star Wars movie and my geekness is rising to unparalleled levels. You can imagine my reaction when I found this Death Star Shift Knob. The small device is casted of solid resin, and it is hand painted. As you can imagine, this small Death Star is really durable. Ready to be installed on your gear shift. The Death Star Shift Knob measures. 

Light L16 – an advanced camera

By Don Hallow | On Wednesday, October 14th, 2015 - No Comments »

A start-up called Light has just launched an unusual camera that might be the next big thing. Light L16 has 16 sensors, each being able to capture 13 Megapixel images. The device has its own software that will combine all information captured from all the 16 sensors and turn them into an image with a resolution of 52 megapixels. That’s a huge photo! The sensors are divided into three. 

Leaos Pure Electric Bike

By Don Hallow | On Friday, October 9th, 2015 - No Comments »

We live interesting times. The most important people in the tech industry are trying to reinvent the way technology affects our life, trying to make a change for the future generations. Elon Musk is a good example in that regard with his Tesla, SpaceX and SolarCity projects. We can also help the cause by making small changes in our life, changes that will definitely make a difference. Getting. 

Facebook will use a satellite to bring free internet in certain parts of Africa

By Don Hallow | On Tuesday, October 6th, 2015 - No Comments »

Facebook has just reached an agreement with Eutelsat, a French operator of an Internet satellite, and they plan to share Internet connexion to various parts of Africa. Through the initiative of Facebook’s Internet.org, the company provides access to multiple services such as weather, news, health and Facebook itself for free. However, most current connections coming through fixed and. 

Bendgate: Bending iPhone 6S Plus

By Don Hallow | On Monday, October 5th, 2015 - No Comments »

After the famous Bendgate scandal from last year, now it’s iPhone 6s Plus’ turn to be tested by folks at FoneFox. In the past, Apple has been criticized when they’ve released a premium smartphone that got easily bent in the pocket. Now, everyone is asking the same question: does iPhone 6S Plus bends in the the pocket? Well, just watch the following video to see what happens. In. 

Satechi iDesk Multifunction Desktop Organizer

By Don Hallow | On Sunday, September 27th, 2015 - No Comments »

Satechi took their time and designed the iDesk desk organizer and card-reader, a set of cool accessories that will upgrade your work area. They are simple, efficient and extremely good looking (as you can see in these images). There is also a multi-functional card-reader kit that can act as a coffee holder, smartphone stand or pen holder. There are also various slots that encourages you. 

Cortana for Android made an early appearance and it will be available for download really soon

By Don Hallow | On Sunday, July 19th, 2015 - No Comments »

Cortana, the Microsoft’s virtual assistant, will make the leap from Windows Phone to Windows 10, when the new version of the Windows operating system will be available, on 29 July this year. But Cortana will not be limited to the Windows platform: we are also expecting it to arrive on iOS and Android. As for the mobile OS from Google, Cortana is(was) already available, at least the. 

Top 5 less known smartphones of 2015

By Don Hallow | On Saturday, July 4th, 2015 - No Comments »

As we are approaching the mid of the year, summer is here, I thought it would be a really great idea to create a top with the best 5 less known smartphones of 2015, smartphones that are not necessarily expensive but they have that “je ne sais quoi” that attracts the eye (or the wallet). This list was inspired by one of the categories found on this smartphone shop. In each smartphone. 

Google Glass 2: rumors and speculations

By Don Hallow | On Saturday, July 4th, 2015 - No Comments »

Google has stopped the Explorer project, but it promises a lot more for the Google Glass fans. Ever since the Glass project has surfaced on the Internet, it created a lot of buzz, most tech sites writing about their capabilities and how they will revolutionize the world. But the project faded undesirably lately. Users had different thoughts about Google Glass: too ugly, too large, low-capacity. 

A cool smartphone charging pen

By Don Hallow | On Sunday, March 29th, 2015 - 1 Comment »

The first time I saw the image above I got really confused. I couldn’t understand if the pen had some sort of battery that got charged while you were using it or what was the deal with it. After reading the manufacturer’s description I understood that this beautifully crafted pen is the perfect solution for people that are into business and they are always on the go. But in order.