Bond

  • Bond, The App For Giving Gifts, Lands On The Web

    Bond, The App For Giving Gifts, Lands On The Web

    Just in time for Black Friday, Bond is bringing its gifting platform to the web after spending a couple months as a native mobile app. Bond, created by Sonny Caberwal, takes all the heavy lifting out of gift giving, with a large focus on the enterprise and professional gifts. Read More

  • With A Note-Writing Robot, Bond Is Uber For Gift Giving

    With A Note-Writing Robot, Bond Is Uber For Gift Giving

    You know what works really well when you’re building relationships? Bribery, also known as gifts. Bond, a new startup launching out of New York, understands this. The company also understands that, even if you have cash to burn, giving thoughtful, tasteful gifts isn’t the easiest process to go through. That’s why Bond developed an app that lets anyone easily choose and send… Read More

  • Google Trekker Gets You Off-Limits Access To Exotic Locations Like The Island From Bond’s Skyfall

    Google Trekker Gets You Off-Limits Access To Exotic Locations Like The Island From Bond’s Skyfall

    Google Trekker just announced the expansion of its street view hiking map project to outside organizations, and today it’s revealing another aspect of the program’s broadening: Getting virtual tourists behind velvet ropes at completely unique, remote destinations. On the Google Maps blog today, the team showed off a virtual tour of the island of Hashima, in Japan’s… Read More

  • Fascinating Bond trivia

    Fascinating Bond trivia

    Who doesn’t enjoy a little James Bond trivia? The influence of the Bond films is so great that Nasa was thrilled to let 007 give the world its first view of the Space Shuttle in Moonraker¬† -¬† two years before the launch of the real thing. Jane Seymour was cast in the role of tarot priestess Solitaire in Live And Let Die after producers saw her in the BBC shipping saga The Onedin Line. Read More

  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 will be able to unlock the new SAAB

    Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 will be able to unlock the new SAAB

    Embracing a concept found in just about every spy movie ever made, Sony Ericsson and SAAB have announced that the Xperia X1 will be able to communicate with the SAAB 9-X Air concept car, controlling some of the basic functionality (Read: No, you can’t drive with it.) Directly from the handset’s panel system, 9X-AIR/X1 owners will be able to: Lock/Unlock the doors Control… Read More

  • Using corroded metal to find fingerprints

    Using corroded metal to find fingerprints

    Researchers have figured out a way to identify fingerprints left on metals even after they have been wiped clean. By applying a fine conducting powder to a gun or bullet casing, the fingerprint reveals itself after an electric charge is applied. Dr. John Bond, a forensic research scientist at the University of Leicester, developed the technique and is now looking into the possibility of it… Read More

  • Latest Bond movie pimping a Ford Ka

    Latest Bond movie pimping a Ford Ka

    Nothing screams super-spy, gadget tech like a Ford Ka hatchback: 13-inch rims, 45 mpg, and sexy metallic gold paint job. The last Bond flix had a Euro-spec Ford Mondeo sedan cameo, but Bond’s female counterpart is expected to pilot this European Blue Oval in the Quantum of Solace. Who knows what gadgety is stuffed into the tiny car, but the grill is big enough to house at least four… Read More

  • Gadgets Royale

    Gadgets Royale

    We write for this blog because we love gadgets, which is probably the same reason you read us. On a daily basis, we pack Treos, iPods, PSPs, laptops and smartphones around wherever we go. These are our tools, and we are good with them. But there is one man who outshines us all. This gentleman is known for tree things: ruthless tactics, suave style and gadgets. Well, beautiful girls, too… Read More