Gadgets

The hardware that’s bringing computing everywhere

  • Meet The Somabar, A Home Bartending Robot With Class

    Meet The Somabar, A Home Bartending Robot With Class

    There once was a man from Blue Grouse
    Who wanted to become fully soused
    He got in his car
    And went to the bar
    And wished he had stayed in his house. “A robot I need,” said he.
    “To prepare a tipple for me.”
    He bought some steel rods
    And some whiskey pods
    And started to work on his spree. The robot he made is a thrill
    It spits out your booze with a chill
    Called the Somabar
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  • Dog Can Walk Again Thanks To 3D Printing

    Dog Can Walk Again Thanks To 3D Printing

    Another day, another animal given a new lease on life thanks to 3D printing. This time it’s Derby, a dog born with deformed legs who, with the help of some folks at 3DSystems, now runs alongside his owners with gleeful abandon. Derby’s front legs have been augmented with two blade-like attachments that Who’s-a-Good-Boy uses to run and scamper. Derby was placed into a foster… Read More

  • Apple Pay Now Supports Cards That Make Up 90% Of U.S. Credit Purchases

    Apple Pay Now Supports Cards That Make Up 90% Of U.S. Credit Purchases

    Apple Pay is gaining steam, just months after launch, with the company revealing to the NYT that it now supports cards from providers that make up 90 percent of the credit card purchases made in the U.S. In addition to ten new banks that are coming on board today, It’s now accepted in more places than ever before, with Staples, Winn-Dixie, Albertson and the Amway Center turning on support… Read More

  • The FiiV Case Straps A Hotspot And Battery To Your iPad

    The FiiV Case Straps A Hotspot And Battery To Your iPad

    If you pick up a Wi-Fi iPad only to then find out you need wireless on the go all the time, your options for getting it access aren’t ideal. You either activate the hotspot feature on your phone, wasting battery life, or you get an external hotspot that you have to carry around with your other devices. Read More

  • FLUX the All-in-One 3D Printer

    Eyes-On With Flux’s Modular 3D Printer, Which Has Raised Over $1.3M On Kickstarter

    The Flux 3D printer wants to be a one-stop fab shop for scanning, designing and building various things thanks to a design with interchangeable heads. Flux’s team took to Kickstarter to generate interest in the project, and generate interest they did: The project has raised over $1.3 million, with five days yet to go, after seeking just $100,000 as their starting goal. Flux hitting… Read More

  • The ToneWoodAmp Blows Amplified Sound Out Of Your Guitar’s Sound Hole

    The ToneWoodAmp Blows Amplified Sound Out Of Your Guitar’s Sound Hole

    Are you ready to amp up your acoustic guitar to the MAXXXX? The ToneWoodAmp has got you covered. This surprisingly cool Kickstarter project is essentially a speaker that takes the sound coming in from your acoustic guitar, modifies it, and then reproduces it automatically so you can hear it out of the guitar body. It’s great for folks who might not have access to effects pedals or a… Read More

  • The Nest Thermostat Can Now Be Controlled By Voice

    The Nest Thermostat Can Now Be Controlled By Voice

    Your house is cold, but your thermostat is way over there. You could walk over to your thermostat and crank the heat, but pfft, walking. If you have a Nest, you could open up the app and control it that way, but, pfft, opening apps by hand. What is this, 2007?! Read More

  • Asus ZenWatch Review

    Asus ZenWatch Review

    Asus has entered the Android Wear fray, with a smartwatch that features a bold design, even though it opts for a rectangular face, and materials and looks that might make it the closest we’ve seen yet from the Android camp to resembling an Apple Watch. The ZenWatch is by no means a clone, however, and it very much manages to stand out from the Wear flock, too. Asus has crafted one of… Read More

  • Apple’s Holiday Ad Paints The iPad As A Device That Bridges Generations

    Apple’s Holiday Ad Paints The iPad As A Device That Bridges Generations

    Apple’s marketing team does one thing especially¬†well: Identifying how its products are being used and turning that into a point of emotional resonance via video advertising. The company’s new holiday ad, which is called “The Song,” uses Apple’s entire lineup to help the protagonist get creative with their Christmas gift, but the part that rings¬†most true is the… Read More