Creative Announces Senz3D Interactive Gesture Camera

Creative Technology Ltd has announced the new Creative Senz3D interactive gesture camera, introducing an immersive multi-dimensional gaming, video conferencing and voice control experience for PC enthusiasts and early adopters. Creative Senz3D combines advanced depth sensor technology with a camera and dual array microphones. Users can play PC games using hand and finger gestures to control more »


GadgeTell Review: BlueFlame Wireless Bluetooth Music Receiver

Boston-based BlueFlame is a new competitor in the gadget accessories game but quickly they’re proving themselves to be a dead ringer. And it’s because they ‘get it.’ Each of their products which compile their currently modest, yet fresh line of audio gear are made with what their customers want and love most: simplicity, effectiveness and more »

German Researchers Pull Off Record-Breaking Wireless Speeds

Further proving there’s truth to the trope of German efficiency, researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics and the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology have engineered the world’s fastest wireless connection, pulling off transmission speeds that rival fiber-optics. Clocking in at an astounding 40gbit/s (which is about 5 GB a second, or 1,600 more »

The Growing Need for Rules on Teen Mobile Usage (Infographic)

With new technology released what seems like everyday, it can sometimes be challenging for parents to manage their children’s online activity and phone use. The following infographic by CTIA takes a look at today’s wireless family, and how mobile device use is introduced to children at an earlier age than ever before. For example, 39% more »


Rumor: Samsung Note 8.0 to Get New “Brown Black” Color in Mid-June

At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this past February, Samsung introduced their 8-inch Galaxy Note to the masses. And they were pleased, to say the least. Made available in mid-April, the S-Pen-toting ‘work and life balancer’ filled in a much-needed gap between the company’s 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II ‘phablet’ and their XL 10.1-inch Galaxy more »

Deal Alert: HP is Making it Easier to Shop for Mom this Year

Unsure about what to get the most important woman in your life for that holiday the commemorates all the women who are lucky/burdened enough to be proudly and lovingly called ‘mom’? Yes, us too. But thankfully, HP has a few ideas to help you out — and Mom doesn’t have to know (although we’re sure more »


NETGEAR R6250 WiFi Router is Ideal for Digital Media Streaming

NETGEAR is expanding its next-generation 802.11ac wireless products with the R6250 Smart WiFi Router. The R6250 is designed for customers who want the best possible 802.11ac WiFi performance but don’t feel the need to have the fastest 802.11n WiFi performance in the 2.4 Ghz band. The router includes Gigabit Ethernet ports and a USB 3.0 port more »

Intriguing “Remote Display” Patent Application by Amazon-Kindles with No Battery!

How many of you like running out of power on your devices? That’s what I thought. What if your device could be remotely powered — no need for an internal battery or even internal storage? In a TechRadar article about a patent application filed by Amazon detailing this new technology, I took a closer look more »


Why Are iOS Devices Most Used In-Flight? (Infographic)

According to Gogo’s in-flight WiFi service, Apple devices are used the most in the air. Check out the cool infographic: Apple devices have 84% of the bandwidth activity while Android has the remainder. Sorry Windows and Blackberry. You guys barely made the stats. While tablets had the most share (35%), it was interesting to note more »

Harlem Shake? Nope. Just Writing a Text in the Air.

It’s a good week for people with arms; as earlier this week, Thalmic Labs introduced its MYO Armband, allowing the user to control a computer simply by gesturing. And in addition to that impressive piece of tech, Germany’s Karlsruhe Institute of Technology is showing off its glove that can turn arm waves into text. The GKIT’s more »

MYO is the Next Generation of Gesture Control

Waterloo-based startup Thalmic Labs announces the launch of their revolutionary gesture control device, MYO, an armband worn on the forearm that senses electrical activity in the muscles, allowing users to interact with digital technologies using just their fingers and hands. When sensing the muscle movements of the user, the device can detect changes in hand more »

DashDrive Air, Your Multifunctional Activity Partner

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash storage application products, announced the release of the DashDrive Air AE400. The DashDrive Air is a versatile and multifunctional companion that combines wireless AP, USB drive & card reader, and power bank all in one. Users can share photos and files with others, more »