Gadgets

The hardware that’s bringing computing everywhere

  • Moky Puts An Invisible Touchpad On The Keyboard

    Moky Puts An Invisible Touchpad On The Keyboard

    Either this keyboard is too good to be true, and it is currently only a prototype — so that’s entirely possible. Or it’s a stroke (swipe?) of overdue genius. Read More

  • 2015 15-Inch MacBook Pro With Retina Display Review

    2015 15-Inch MacBook Pro With Retina Display Review

     The updated machine gets super fast flash storage, as well as the new Force Touch trackpad, an improved dedicated GPU and an extra hour of battery life. It didn’t get new processors, but in practice, it’s still a worthwhile upgrade for those who need the might and screen real estate of a larger laptop. Basics 2.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor 16GB of 1600MHz DDR3L… Read More

  • Android TV Gets Over 600 New Apps To Choose From In The Play Store

    Android TV Gets Over 600 New Apps To Choose From In The Play Store

    Google’s second foray into television, Android TV, has been a bit slow off the starting blocks in some respects – app support was one area where it definitely felt a little threadbare. Now, however, Google is expanding its software catalogue considerably, adding over 600 new apps via a Play Store update today for Android TV devices, including the Nexus Player. The new 600+ apps… Read More

  • Electroloom’s ‘3D Printer For Fabric’ Creates Seamless Garments In Any Size

    HAX-alumnus Electroloom is builidng a “3D printer for fabric,” spraying a solution containing a polyester/cotton blend on a template to create clothing without seams. Electroloom co-founder Marcus Foley says the process was originally inspired by techniques used in labs to generate organic tissue. At first, the team simply wanted to see if the process would actually work for… Read More

  • Periscope Update Brings A Global Map View Of Active Broadcasts

    Periscope Update Brings A Global Map View Of Active Broadcasts

    Periscope users will now be able to open up a map that will show which videos are live around the world as part of an update today. Instead of just selecting from a feed, users will have a second option of opening up a map that will show hotspots where people are broadcasting video live. It can get as granular as a specific spot in a city, which users can zoom into in order to see where… Read More

  • Tado’s Smart AC Control Makes Any Air Conditioner Smart

    Tado’s Smart AC Control Makes Any Air Conditioner Smart

    While smart thermostats have been around for years, they typically have only been able to interface with a home’s central heating or cooling system which are much more expensive than portable units. Today, Tado is launching the Smart AC Control, the world’s first device to make any remote-controlled air conditioner smart. Tado’s device interfaces with over 85% of the… Read More

  • Apple Watch In-Store Retail Sales Begin In Two Weeks

    Apple Watch In-Store Retail Sales Begin In Two Weeks

    Apple will begin selling some models of the Apple Watch starting in two weeks, according to a press release from the company today. Also, on June 26, we’ll see Watches go on sale in seven more countries, including Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Taiwan. All orders for Apple Watch which were placed in May will ship to customers within the next two weeks… Read More

  • New Report Says Not To Expect New Apple TV At WWDC

    New Report Says Not To Expect New Apple TV At WWDC

    Signs were indicating an Apple TV refresh coming in time for the Worldwide Developers Conference next week, but a new credible report indicates it’s not something we should expect to see; The New York Times’ Brian X. Chen, who has a good track record when it comes to Apple predictions, says Apple decided recently to hold off announcing its new set-top streaming box. The… Read More

  • The Kisai Link Is A Bluetooth Wearable That Hides The Geekiness

    The Kisai Link Is A Bluetooth Wearable That Hides The Geekiness

    As a slave to fashion, I have to look great all the time. But how can I do that when I have to wear so many amazing wearables? You can’t have fashion and electronics. Luckily, Tokyoflash has just the thing. Called the Kisai Link, this is basically a little Bluetooth dongle that you wear on your wrist. It notifies you of phone calls and messages via various blinking LEDs as well as… Read More

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