Category: Gadgets

In gadgets, we cover coolest gizmos & mobile devices including gaming and iPhone accessories, exotic watches and all other computer peripherals that geeks love

What’s on the ultimate man’s Christmas list?


Men, eh? Impossible at the best of times but a total nightmare when it comes to buying for at Christmas. What do you get for the males in your life, those curious species of the human race who find great entertainment in poring over football formations and belly button fluff? Here are a few suggestions of what might just be on the ultimate man’s wish list this Christmas.

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Equipping a drone with Moto X 2014 to shoot 4K footage [Video]

Moto X on drone for 4K video

Smartphones are getting trimmer and their cameras are becoming superior by the day. Similarly, drones are becoming every professional photographers dream device with ability to carry best of DSLRs on board. Combining major facets of a new age smartphone and a drone; Motorola in collaboration with professional drone operator Glenn McKenna took the innovative Moto X (2nd Gen) and attached it to a quadcopter to capture memories in 4K (ultra HD resolution). Shooting 4K video with phone floating high above the ground, Amazing! Read More…

ZeWatch2 and ZeBracelet smartwatches keep you connected and motivated all day

zewatch2 Red

If you have already shopped for Christmas, but have some scope in your wallet for the New Year; here’s Kronoz in Switzerland presenting MYKronoz-brand ZeWatch2 and ZeBracelet – smartwatches with activity and sleep tracker. Scheduled to be released on December 26, the smartwatches are made to keep you connected with the smartphone via Bluetooth, and lets you keep track of your fitness. While both the ZeWatch2 and ZeBracelet have similar features, the difference lies in their design – the ZeWatch2 is a wristwatch-style wearable device and the ZeBracelet is, as the name suggests, a bracelet-style device. Read More…

With Lymbit you won’t lose anything ever again

Lymbit tracker

In our busy schedule, we always somehow manage to forget one thing or the other once in a while. Be it our wallet in the closet, bag in a subway or even pets that like to explore more than needed. There have been a lot of tracking devices that help you locate the exact position in case an object is misplaced. And now, another one comes to the foray and it looks good. Lymbit is a sensor enabled device that you can hook onto things that are the most susceptible to getting misplaced or lost. For example your wallet or keys that often get misplaced in home and can’t be found in the rush of moment.
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Hands-on review: Olixar Light Beats Bluetooth Speaker bulb

oxilar light bulb speaker review

Olixar Light Bulb Speaker

We got this cool looking Bluetooth light bulb speaker from Accessories Lab for a review and we liked it on first look as we unboxed it. The packing looks robust, and secures the light bulb tightly to prevent any damage during shipping. Olixar Light Bulb Speaker (a.k.a Olixar Light Beats Bluetooth Speaker) is a very innovative product that not only sets the mood with soothing light in the room but also fills it with your favorite melodies to relax after a long day’s work. We used it over a two week period in our office to wirelessly play music from our mobile devices and laptops during work, and quite frankly enjoyed the whole experience.

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Viewbox VR headset works with big screen smartphones

Viewbox VR headset

Viewbox VR headset

If you thought that VR headsets fitted with smartphone to act as the display is going to be quite popular in the coming future, then you are quite right. After the launch of Samsung Gear VR headset it was quite evident that the trend would set in. Going with this new wave is the Viewbox VR headset which can accommodate smartphones up to the size of 3.5×6.7 inches. The headset is made from neoprene that adapts to the different size heads, making it comfortable to wear.

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Gear VR Innovator Edition available in U.S. for $199, grab it now!

Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition headset

Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition headset powered by Oculus Rift

Samsung has already shown the capabilities of Gear VR headset with their Project Beyond under works. Now, some great news for interested creators and VR fanatics is here as Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition powered by Oculus Rift is going to be available in the U.S. With the Note 4 as its catylyst, the capabilities of this innovative VR headset are going to be explored by intuitive developers.
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Lamborghini Tauri 88 luxurious Android phone is feature packed

Lamborghini Tauri 88

When you buy the most expensive Lamborghini, a little twitch prompts you to think, how wonderful it would be if you could team the prized possession with a phone made ideally to go with it? Lamborghini seems to have overheard your thought, and the auto-maker has come up with a Lamborghini Android phone made from high-quality leather and steel. Dubbed the Tauri 88, the smartphone is designed by Tonino Lamborghini runs Android 4.4 and features a 5-inch Full HD screen, a quad-core Qualcomm 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, 64GB internal storage, an exuberant 20MP rear camera and an 8MP front-facing camera for that perfect selfie. Read More…

Fineck fitness tracking necklace monitors posture and neck movement

Fineck fitness necklace

A very large percent of the population suffers with neck pain and its associated problems. To help people rectify their posture to minimize pain and discomfort, Veari has introduced the Fineck – a fitness and activity tracking necklace. The Fineck is designed primarily to monitor and improve wearer’s posture to help the individual get rid of neck pain and other ailments stemming from the neck. Read More…

Apple’s patent iPhone protection system will minimize free-fall damage

Apple patents iPhone protection system

Apple has patented a futuristic iPhone protection system that can recognize when a phone is dropped and re-orient its position in mid-air making sure that minimum damage happens during the fall. Apple was officially awarded U.S. Patent No. 8,903,519 by The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday for Protective mechanism for an electronic device. The aim is to protect expensive and delicate smartphone components from the most familiar problems with latest phones that is accidental drops. The system will calculate an expected point of impact when the phone is dropped and will shift its center of gravity to save sensitive components like camera and the glass screen.
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