Watching the bicyclists speed down New York streets while staring at their phones is scary enough. Integrating a 4-inch Android touchscreen into the bicycle for navigation, music playback and walk-talkie talking to other people not watching where they’re going, as LeEco has done, is just asking for trouble. But useful!
It has a knife, bottle opener, scissors, Phillips head, flathead screwdriver, nail file, LED light, and a RETRACTABLE BALLPOINT PEN! All in a ridiculously compact form factor. I’m reasonably sure I’ll never have a set of keys without one of these on it ever again. —axj66
Bristol Braille Technology has developed an affordable braille e-reader for blind people called Canute. The device, which can store thousands of braille e-book files, is the world’s first multiple line braille e-reader. Having the option of multiple lines in the display allows for true context to Braille maths, music, tabular data and science books.
The office is most of the times a cold and impersonal place that most of the times and that must be corrected. You could do that by getting some gadgets to make you feel more like home or to entertain you in the working breaks. In my opinion, the employer should buy some of these gadgets cause in a way or another they actually increase the work productivity. A happy worker is an efficient worker. Tell that to your boss and slam this article in his face calling it “the Christmas wishlist”.
Apparently, this little gadget here can help you increase your fuel efficiency by up to 18 percent by regulating the flow of electrical current to the computer that controls the engine’s fuel injection and ignition systems. Except why wouldn’t your car’s manufacturer have thought of that first? Maybe this just regulates the flow of $80 into some smart car nerd’s pocket. $79.95 – Hammacher Schlemmer
No spoon? No problem! The self-stirring mug has you covered. But if you’re of the type who is always spoon-ready, then at least you can watch your drink turn into a whirlpool as you try to stick your finger in as far as you can without touching the swirling brew. Because who WOULDN’T want to do that!? // Source
While iPhone 8 models will be available from September 29 in India, those looking forward to the iPhone X release will have to wait till November 3. Pre-orders, however, in the country will start on October 27, part of the first wave of countries.
Among the current profiles are Tony, who needed £4,400 ($5,800) to complete his training to be an electrician, and Marilyn, who needed £3,000 ($4,000) to train as a taxi driver and gain her private hire driver license. These profiles act as individual crowdfunding campaigns that people can donate to and then follow the progress of the recipient. Beam provides professional support and mentorship for the homeless individuals as they transition into the workplace.
This sleek magnetic cell phone car mount provides an optimal place to store, view and access your mobile device hands free. No clunky cradle here, gracefully mount your phone with one hand. Just stick one of the thin, metal plates on your phone or underneath your phone case, and you’re ready to go.
Cars are coming with some pretty fancy computer systems these days. But if getting a new car with all of the bells and whistles isn’t possible at the moment, the next best thing might be to install a mount for your iPad.
Introduced in 2013, this wrist-and-finger-friendly, wireless combo set, featuring a keyboard, mouse and number pad, has been updated for Windows 10, allowing you, per TechRepublic, to customize the heck out of the keyboard. Get it for a substantial markdown from its $129.95 list price at Amazon.
GPRS:Class 12. GSM quad-band systems worldwide. GSM Frequencies:850/900/1800/1900 MHz. The has GSM antenna and GPS antenna inside. Built-in overspeed alarm to remind speeding. GPS Sensitivity:-…
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