Just a day after the launch of the three new iPhone models, the old iPhone models received an official price cut. Starting with the iPhone 7, the 32GB storage variant of the smartphone is now available for purchase at Rs. 49,000, while the 128GB can be purchased at Rs. 58,000, as seen on the company’s India website. On the other hand, the 32GB variant of the iPhone 7 Plus is now available for Rs. 59,000, and the 128GB variant of the smartphone is now available at a price of Rs. 68,000. Both the smartphones can be found on varied e-commerce portals and through retail outlets as well.
Cryptex is a special container which has mechanical combination lock (rotating rings with letters or digits), which people used hundreds years ago to keep secrets. Inside the cylinder there’s a container, where you can piece of paper with secret data. Today it’s better to use a USB flash drive for data storage.
GPS and LBS accurate location, 5 – 20 meters error. With LED indicator light, show the GPS working status. GPS locating time: 38s (cold start), 32s (warm start), 2s (hot start). GPS Positioning Precis…
There are plenty of satnavs out there and one of the market leaders, Garmin, has a great one. The nuviCam is a two-in-one satnav. In addition to the usual easy-to-read maps and clear directions that you’d expect, it also comes with a built-in dash-cam that automatically records if your car is involved in an incident. The device also comes with two great safety features, a lane departure warning – so if you’re driving and drift out of your lane you’ll quickly be alerted, and forward collision warning notifications so if you get too close to a car in front you’ll know about it too. You can even use the Bluetooth enabled device to connect to your Smartphone so you can talk safely. We say, two-in-one? It’s actually more like a five in one.
Other radical breakthroughs include Apple’s singing poop emoji and Bodega, a startup founded by ex-Googlers whose core innovation was a mid-century modern vending machine with a veneer of cultural insensitivity.
Created by non-profit The New Enquiry, Bail Bloc mines for Monero and donates 100% of the proceeds to the Bronx Freedom Fund. People who download the software to a typical machine can expect to generate between $3 and $5 a month. Since it launched mid-November, Bail Bloc has mined more than $2,000 in the cryptocurrency.
If you choose Sprint or Verizon as your wireless carrier, your iPhone will use CDMA cellular technology for voice and data services. If you buy an iPhone with Sprint or Verizon, it will work on AT&T or T-Mobile. An iPhone activated on Sprint or Verizon also has the ability to roam internationally on GSM networks. For details on LTE network support, please see www.apple.com/iphone/LTE.
The UV Sense is a tiny wearable that sticks to a fingernail or on your sunglasses. The tiny sticker then tracks the amount of UV rays you’re exposed to, and after it syncs with your iOS or Android device, the app will chart your UV exposure and help you make decisions on when to go inside or put on sunscreen. And since it doesn’t have a battery, you don’t need to worry about charging it before heading outside. UV Sense will ship this year.
Your electronic devices (mobile phone, tablet, iPad, e-reader, digital camera) can be placed on the specially designed lid, where you can safely plug them into your charger. Thanks to two small holes in the lid these cables are also hidden in the E-BOX.
Another one of these cool iPhone gadgets is DOCK+. DOCK+ sits elegantly on your desk, nightstand, or any flat surface, providing a sleek and stable base for charging your iPhone or iPad. A striking slice of aircraft grade aluminum and weighted silicone base support your device, allowing you to comfortably use it as it recharges.
Satechi SCH-121 mount and holder for smart phones and tablets is the ideal solution for drivers seeking a hands-free solution in their vehicle. The Satechi SCH-121 is always within easy reach, safe and convenient.
You totally need this on your desk. For one thing, it’ll safeguard your spare change. For another, it’ll help you access the Batcave in case Commissioner Gordon calls. (That last part was a Bat-joke — pow!) Get the TV Batman vibe — in the form of this heavy-vinyl bust bank — from ThinkGeek for $59.99.
Here’s the thing, though: If you don’t like your home office, you’re not going to want to spend time in there. For that reason, it’s a worthwhile investment to make your workspace comfortable and welcoming.
Meet Olly, a fusion between smart home hubs, such as the Amazon Echo, and smart home robots. It can respond to your questions by looking up information for you, and can control all of your smart devices and internet-connected products. But, like a robot, Olly has deep-learning capabilities that mean it gets to know you and your daily routines over time, and will evolve to become more like you and respond to the patterns of your life.
Powered by computer USB port, it reaches 46’C within 5 minutes, and maintain a comfortable temperature without burring or harming your hands? No more icy hand in cold weather. Plug and play. Pull out the attached USB connector, and plug them straight into your USB port. Simply and easy to operate.
It’s niche, but the Sprout G2, with its integrated 3D and 2D scanners, is perfect for product designers, CGI creators and other folks who can benefit from incorporating 3D models into their workflow. It’s also got a stylus-enabled touch mat that acts as a second screen.