For those in industries involving graphics or game design, it can be a constant challenge and expense to keep hardware up-to-date. Now, the tech giant Razer might have a solution in Project Christine, a modular desktop computer that allows users to swap in new components with minimal knowledge, effort, or expense. Disc-like components such as a CPU, a GPU, a hard-drive, or a memory plug in simply to Christine’s backbone. Once connected, Project Christine automatically syncs the new module through PCI-Express — the same technology graphics cards already use. Though Project Christine was the talk of CES 2014, it is not yet available in wide release.
San Francisco-headquartered Plenty, with funding from Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, is building enormous indoor farms to grow fresh produce – mainly greens at this point – close to or inside of the cities where they will be eaten, which cuts down on the CO2 required to transport food. Plenty has a 100,000 sq ft retrofitted former warehouse in San Francisco and a second facility just opened on the outskirts of Seattle.
iPhone offers the same innovative features regardless of the wireless carrier you choose. If you choose AT&T or T-Mobile as your wireless carrier, your iPhone will use either 3G or 4G LTE cellular technology for data services and voice services. iPhone can roam internationally on many GSM carriers around the world. If you buy an iPhone with AT&T or T-Mobile, it will not work if you switch to Sprint or Verizon.
What makes it cool: Gesture control is not new. Facial recognition is not new. But this startup uses artificial intelligence to extrapolate models of your facial landscape, creating an array of expressions. It’s a smile to unlock feature. Eventually, it could learn your moods, likes and dislikes based on your individual profile and, for example, suggest activities or restaurants during a trip.
Jabra is well known for its collection of accessories that enhances the way we work, be it at home or at the office. This time around, Jabra has a couple of headsets that will definitely pique your interest — the VXi Series V175 and the V300. These two headsets will make up part of the Office Wireless V-Series, targeting mobile professionals who would like to increase their arsenal of productivity devices with a range of connectivity options which will surely make the workday a whole lot more efficient.
There are tons of desk organizers out there, but the Cyanics Desk Organizer is perhaps the coolest. Not only does it organize your stuff, but it also has USB ports and every memory connection you can imagine. You can also use it for various accessories and portable devices; it has a special stand for a smartphone whether its iPhone, Android or something else. This organizer will take up little space on your desk and is only US$39,99 from Amazon.
Electronics and gadgets are two words that fit very well together. The electronic gadgets section of coolest gadgets is full of all the latest, well you know, electronic gadgets, that we’ve either read about or been lucky enough to get our hands on.
If we talk about the larger iPhone 6s Plus, the 32GB and 128GB storage variants of the handset were earlier available for purchase in India at a price of Rs. 56,100 and Rs. 65,000 but will now be available at Rs. 49,000 and Rs. 58,000 respectively. Both the smartphones can be found on varied e-commerce portals and through retail outlets as well.
What it does: The Cook4Me Connect has a fabulous five cooking settings (pressure cook, steam, simmer, reheat) with an app connectivity for your smartphone or tablet that lets you keep an eye on things while you’re out.
If you have an extra monitor and the desk space, CNET said, then the DeX Station is the relatively inexpensive way to turn your Galaxy Note 8 or Galaxy S8/S8+ into a makeshift desktop computer. It also works as a multi-port charging dock. The DeX retails retails for $149.99.
Yes. It does. Our office tests show positive ink results on a variety of failbags’ foreheads, although if the size and shape of the FAILer’s forehead gives you any trouble, might we suggest stamping again, this time even harder?
This XD Design solar window charger, with big USB and small USB output, is easily attachable to your window. The outside of the charger catches sunlight, while the smooth designed inside spices up your interior and charges your electronic equipment.
Most electric breast-pumps feature external collection bottles and tubes that tether to loud, whirring machines. Mountain View-based startup Willow has developed a discreet, battery-powered alternative that follows the shape of the breast and is small enough it can be slipped into a bra. The milk is sucked into freezer-safe bags that fit into the cups.
Premium Ora 2-in-1 Lens Kit includes a 140° Wide Angle Lens + a 10X Macro Lens – The perfect combination for capturing travel scenery, wide landscapes, detailed close-ups, and unique selfies. Macro lens gets you 10X closer to your subject for extreme close-ups. Wide Angle Lens opens up your field of view for breathtaking landscape photos or selfies. Pair with 58mm CPL filters for beautiful effects.