To protect your tablet or smartphone you already use screen protectors and cases, but one of the latest solutions is the HANDeBand. The accessory attaches to the back of the device so it would be helpful while browsing the web on the smartphone or when using a small or lightweight tablet, or e-book reader, which you can hold in one of your hands, using the other for typing and swiping. Read more
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet announced by Samsung a few days ago pre-loads great tech capabilities and apps for work and mobile entertainment. Optimised for PC-like multi-tasking and productivity, the tablet lets you use 2 applications side-by-side, while the Multi-Window supports 20 applications. AirView allows you to preview content without the need to open files and folders, while the AllSharePlay can be used to access computer files remotely or to share mobile content to your TV. In the Polaris Office app you can add handwritten notes as well as drawings in documents and there’s also Awesome Note for when you need to customize items such as colors, icons, fonts, and backgrounds. Group Play lets users work together by sharing content. Read more
Romo was a a project showcased at Kickstarter, which now is a real product available for purchase online, thanks to all the people who loved the idea and supported it. The team who developed Romo at Romotive wanted to create the cutest portable personal robot that connects to your iOS smartphone and uses apps to help keeping you optimistic at home or in your office throughout the day, while helping you with some daily tasks. Read more
As recently Bitdefender recorded an explosion in malware targeting Android smartphones, the developers behind the most popular security software for consumers introduced a free antivirus solution called Bitdefender Antivirus Free. Read more
In the light of promoting next generation wireless connectivity, Virgin Media rolled out its free wireless broadband for the London Tube commuters. The Virgin wireless broadband service was rolled out during the London Olympic season last year and was doing quite well, until the recent security concerns raised by GFI Software Company.
Since the beginning of 2013, the company has started charging non-Virgin Media users to access the broadband. Now, GFI Software claims that the Virgin wireless broadband service could compromise the security of the devices as well as the data of the commuting users. The unencrypted public wireless broadband network might expose the users’ devices to security breaches, hacking and other kinds of attacks by the evil tech savvy minds. Read more
Whether you are looking for materials to help promote your business by placing them strategically so people can see your name everywhere, or you’re just someone who wants some nice fridge magnets that can be personalized with calendars and your photos, Signazon seems to be the place that has everything you need. Here you can find everything you could use to promote your product or service in the real world, starting with business cards and calendars and continuing with flyers, invitations, letters, stickers, car decals, etc. Read more
Minox Digital Classic Camera DCC 5.1 Gold Edition is a newly introduced luxury version of the Minox’s 5.1 camera inspired by the German engineering from the fifties and characterizes by elegance and high-end digital features. The luxury 1:3 scaled camera has 24 carat gold plated elements that replace the original model’s silver accents and comes equipped with 5.1 MP resolution, a 2-inch display to check the camera settings, 4x digital zoom, automatic white balance and shutter speed, self timer of 10 seconds, auto power off for power saving, 320 x 240 video resolution, 2608 x 1956 JPEG image resolution, a filigree plug-on view finder, and 128MB internal storage. Read more
Recently, Minox introduced a new mini digital camera, the Minox DCC 14.0. The 14MP model was designed in a 1:3 scale and features a 2-inch TFT LCD display, CMOS sensor, video recording mode, AVI support, SD card slot for up to 32 GB of extra space, 4x digital zoom, and a rechargeable Li-Ion battery. Read more
Watching television when some sleeps in the same room requires a quality pair of wireless headphones designed for tv connectivity. This means an undistorted wireless range so you can go to the kitchen with headphones on while continue listening to the tv show, a durable construction, a charging stand, and long battery life.
Such a model comes from Hammacher Schlemmer, named The Best Television Headphones after being tests by the Hammacher Schlemmer Institute. These over-ear headphones are described as featuring clearest audio quality, greatest transmission range, 7.1 channel surround sound, and great ergonomics, without requiring a line of sight with the transmitter. More than these, the battery is rechargeable and lasts up to 20 hours, so there’s no need to buy batteries all the time. Read more
Do you have a favorite pair of gloves for cold days but you’re sad because they’re not touchscreen-compatible? AnyGlove comes to help you with that. The product is not an expensive pair of new touchscreen gloves, but a small bottle containing a special liquid that once applied to your gloves’ finger tips enable touch-compatibility. This means you’ll be able to swipe and type on your smartphone using your own gloves. Read more