Between the 4K Ultra HD Porn and this, I’m feeling a little creeped out by society. A developer is claiming he built the first Google Glass app for sex. Yeah, that’s right. And while I can’t even imagine what that app could possibly do, apparently Sex with Glass allows partners to share points of view to “experience sex like never before.”
I had been meaning to get this post out the day of the launch, but the lead-up to CES 2014 put a damper on things for me. So far, it appears that the JUMP charger Kickstarter project has been pushing on strong!
Each year, tech marches on with advanced features to further pervade our lives in connected ways. With this is mind, it’s not often that one comes across a new gadget that takes a completely different approach.
I remember seeing the ZEROHOUR Tactical Battery Backup Flashlight launch on Kickstarter not too long ago. Sadly, I forgot to follow up and write a post. But the good news is that I got to stop by the booth while at CES, and I chatted it up with the team and got some hands-on with this beautiful beast of a device.
Not only was CES 2014 my very first, it was also the first time I’ve ever experienced Vegas outside of having a layover at the airport. I know, right? But even though I didn’t have the time (or money) to catch any Vegas shows, I still had a complete blast.
Solar power is a popular choice for camping and outdoor activities. Sunlight is free, and a good solar panel can collect a lot of energy during the course of a day, enough to fully charge most smartphones (and then some). But what happens when it’s too cloudy, or once the sun sets? That’s where the more »
External battery packs are fairly ubiquitous when it comes to owning mobile devices, namely smartphones. Our daily demands typically exceed what the smartphone’s battery can deliver, and nearby outlets aren’t necessarily convenient to use.
I spent Monday and Tuesday this week covering the mHealth 2013 Summit in the DC Metro area. The summit covered technology and health care, both in developing and developed countries. Technology, both hardware and apps, were a major element of the conference, and I kept my eyes open for some interesting consumer-focused products and sessions.
With CES 2014 right around the corner, I needed a backpack to carry all of my essentials, daily, for an entire week. Everything else I own is in the form of a sling or messenger bag. Those can be killer on the shoulders for extended periods of time.
When the PowerPot first launched on Kickstarter, it turned into a huge success. Huge. Now the company is back on Kickstarter again with a newer level of “huge”. The PowerPot X and XL feature the same thermoelectric generation, but in a bigger size with more power.
I can’t help myself. External battery banks to me is like crack to Tyrone Biggums. I gotta have it. I’m constantly moving about and am never really tethered to one spot, let alone a spot near an outlet. With the amount of work, photos, and gaming I do with my devices, I pretty much need it.
Chris Meadows over at TeleRead has a fun look at TV gadgets from a couple of sci-fi shows, and he talks about how they work, from a story perspective.