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The organizers of CE Week have announced that they have partnered with Klout to invite top social influencers to this year’s CE Week event and its Exhibits and Conference program. Klout will identify top technology influencers, and give them special access to CE Week activities. CE Week is scheduled for June 23-27 in New more »
It seems the negative perception of the Glasshole continues to have consequences. Recently, a tech writer named Sarah Slocum was in the news claiming she was “assaulted” for wearing Google Glass to a San Francisco bar. And I guess that was enough for one bar to try to cut the conflict at the source: Google Glass.
“Back to the Future Part II”-esque Nike self-tying shoes are guaranteed, but a Kickstarter campaign beat them to it
Nike’s 2011 “Back to the Future Part II” Mags may be getting a fully-functioning upgrade next year as real Nike self-tying shoes.
We all love to either capture and/or share pictures and video. As the one who is frequently behind the lens, it’s rare that I am ever in any shots. Sure, the memories are there, but those who look sometimes think I just wasn’t involved.
When Samsung took the wraps off three new wearable devices at MWC in Barcelona and revealed they were based on Tizen OS, not Android, we all hoped this meant the pricing bar would be lowered. After all, the first-generation Galaxy Gear smartwatch was elegant, nifty and surprisingly productive, but its blockbuster potential was greatly harmed by Sammy’s overly confident cost estimate: $300.
It looks like once underdog LG is blossoming into a true Android top dog, as the company’s so far fruitful collaboration with Google is set to continue. And progress, as Gizmodo Germany speculates both the forthcoming Nexus 6 handheld and Big G’s first ever smartwatch (which may or may not be branded as a Nexus) will be manufactured by the N4, N5 and G2 makers.
A quality flashlight tends to be one tools we tend overlook until it’s needed most. I’ll admit that half the flashlights in my house use the old-style bulbs, while the rest have newer, brighter Cree lights. Yet these devices still run on Sanyo Eneloop AA batteries that recharge through a wall charger.
While some parts of the country are still getting the business-end of weather and storms, other areas are ready for spring and summer. Whether you’re inside, avoiding the wet and cold, or outside, enjoying the fresh air, music is probably your faithful workout companion.
Over here at Technology Tell, we love Kickstarter. So when we see a cool tech project, we feel it is our job to share it with you. This week’s Kickstarter project spotlight goes to Ring. This device combines both wearable technology with an Internet of Things aspect. Thus, it’s slated to make a significant impact on users’ daily life.
For the majority of situations, battery packs are fairly safe from damage or abuse. We tend to keep them stored with our other gadgets that are (hopefully) taken care of well. I’ve brought them with me outside and even on camping trips with no problems. However, danger can and will lurk around any corner.
Nikon recently introduced a new camera in the form of the D4S. The Nikon D4S is packed with a 16.2MP sensor, up to 25600 ISO sensitivity, up to 409600 Hi4, better noise reduction, and an enhanced auto-focus system.
Without further ado, it appears Google’s first ever smartwatch is indeed real, being geared up, tested and worked on for a possible June announcement. June 25, to be specific, as that’s the opening day of the 2014 Google I/O developer-focused conference.