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

Parents test dive giant stroller before finalizing one for their baby

Kolcraft parent-sized stroller

Kids love being in their strollers. And it’s now time when parents will love being in the strollers too. A stroller company Kolcraft is presenting parents this exciting option. To allow parents to experience how it feels being in one of company’s prams, Kolcraft has built test ride – a 7.6 feet high, 6 feet deep and 4 feet wide stroller which parents can actually test ride before buying a kid-sized stroller for their child. Read More…

HP now selling Jet Fusion 3D printer – World’s first production ready 3D printing system

hp 3d printer

HP Inc. unveiled the world’s first production-ready commercial 3D printing system ‘Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution at RAPID, the largest 3D additive manufacturing conference. With this announcement, disruptive manufacturing solutions have entered the market. HP claims the printer will not only revolutionizes design, prototyping and manufacturing, but deliver high-quality physical parts quicker than ever, up to 10 times faster. So far, 3D printing systems were expensive deal, but HP is offering 3D print at half the cost of existing systems. Read More…

TA+TOO detachable bicycle saddle prevents thefts and vandalism

REmovable Bicycle Saddle

The number of people opting bicycle as their primary means of commuting in city and its outskirts is certainly on the rise owing to environmental concerns. So, that will directly affect the number of bicycles and their accessories. The prime ones are going to be related to the safety of your bicycle as thefts are going to be a common happening. Keeping this in mind, Selle Royal has a very different take on safety with their patented system saddle. TA+TOO theft-proof bike saddle has a removable top that goes with you when you park your bike, therefore no thief will think of laying hands on your bike.
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Google’s Daydream VR motion controller to be shipped this fall

Daydream motion controller 2

Daydream – Google’s Android –powered VR platform announced at the I/O conference has raised hopes of consumers who want to have refined experience of virtual world. This fall, the world awaits smartphones that support all Daydream features. But in the meanwhile, a motion controller with the headset wear has made people curious what it actually does. We already know about Google’s ‘Cardboard’ and existing VR platform, but new motion controller sounds interesting. Read More…

Motorola rolls out feature-packed Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus phones for budget users

Moto G4 and Moto G Plus

Motorola has tapped the budget smartphone market with some exciting, feature-packed smartphones. Story that started with Moto G has reached to Moto G4 (fourth generation Moto G phone) and a higher specification model the Moto G4 Plus. Understanding that budget phone takers also have unique preferences, Motorola has launched the two models with identical features but slight variation in battery life and picture quality. While fourth generation Moto G4 features a 5.5-inch full-HD display and has a 13MP camera with 3000 mAh battery powering the phone, Moto G4 Plus features a similar screen along with a 16MP camera and 2800mAh battery.    Read More…

Build a cool DIY mini USB fan for your smartphone

USB fan for smartphone

Mini USB powered fans are available in abundance. You can buy one online, and there is nothing extraordinary in it. But creating your own DIY mini USB fan that can work with any smartphone is real fun. Creative Channel has posted a video showing step by step construction of a homemade USB fan. All you need is an OGT cable, coreless Motor 7×20 mm, heat shrink tubing, 5,5 centimeter propeller, 12Ω resistor, 0,8 mm fine wire, some paint, and soldering equipment. The entire project would take about one hour of your time, which would be worth it. Go through the video, and you’ll find it pretty easy to do –it-yourself.
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Google Image Search will now display sponsored ads to make shopping on mobile easier

Google Image Search
Google image search will now show shopping ads, announced Google ahead of its annual I/O developer conference this week. Google explained that newer filter buttons can also be used with the ads. It will allow customers to directly connect to retailers. The advertiser’s ads are part of the Google Search Network and ads will automatically qualify for display on Google Image Search.
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Ultra-high resolution Google Art Camera preserves works of art in gigapixel images

Google Art Camera

You should definitely check new art scans at the Google Cultural Institute website because the collection has about 1,000 more entries now. Google has been scanning works of art using extremely high resolution cameras to capture precious works of art in a gigapixel image. Earlier, Google was dependent on third party for equipments, but now it has developed 20 units of its own ultra-high resolution ‘Google Art Camera’. The camera uses lasers and sonar to capture details of even the most minute brush stroke in a large painting.
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Pilot – Waverly Lab’s real-time foreign language translator fits in your ear

pilot device

Waverly Labs has launched its latest innovation the Pilot – a pair of earbuds that can fit inside the human ear and translate foreign languages in real time with only a trivial lag. Two people who don’t have a common language to communicate can easily talk to each other with Pilot. Information about the technology is thin on ground as the company didn’t tell anything except that it uses “translation technology” with an embedded application. Of course, it does, but we were looking for some more details. Facts hint at something similar to Microsoft owned Skype Translator that is already offering similar service in voice and video calls. But this time, the technology can fit in your ear. Read More…

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