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

Samsung teases Galaxy S6 with curved edge screen

Samsung Galaxy S6

Samsung has been in the rumor mill for quite some time as they were spotted in the cloud for coming up with a curved edge display. Now Samsung has officially released the teaser video and photograph of the rumored smartphone on Instagram. There is not much that can be assimilated from these teasers, but what is clear is that the phone will have an all-metal design and it is designed to work for both left or right-handed modes.
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Bang & Olufsen unveils Beolit 15 portable speaker for $599

Beolit 15 portable speaker by Bang & Olufsen

Beolit 15 portable speaker by Bang & Olufsen

Bang & Olufsen, Danish consumer electronics company have unveiled a portable, powerful Bluetooth speaker which looks like an updated version of their iconic Beolit 12 AirPlay speaker which was released back in 2012. Christened Beolit 15, the portable Bluetooth speaker is crafted from strong and durable polymer. The stylish look to the speaker is provided by the anodized aluminum grill that smoothly wraps around it and from its full grain leather strap that lets one carry it around with ease. Also, there is a non-slip rubber tray on top of the speaker for your mobile devices.

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Ray Super: Touch-screen remote for enhanced TV experience

touch-screen universal TV remote

Though our televisions have gone through lots of transformation, the design of our remote have remained almost the same as it was a decade ago. Well, that’s about to change as Ray Enterprises, a New York-based company have created a modern touch-screen universal remote control. Shaped like a smartphone, the Ray Super Remote is designed to control TVs, cable boxes, DVRs, video game consoles as well as internet streaming players such as Roku and Apple TV. The remote comes with a 4.8-inch diagonal capacitive touch screen which offers an 1120×480 resolution. Featuring durable glass with fingerprint and scratch-resistant oleophobic coating, the Ray Super Remote has four physical buttons for mute, volume up and down, and sleep/wake functions.
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Tissot Pocket Touch watch is tailor-made for adventure trips

Tissot Pocket Touch watch

For all you adventure junkies out there, Swiss premium brand Tissot has come-up with Tissot Pocket Touch timepiece. This pocket watch is based on the popular Tissot T-Touch collection watch and is perhaps one of the most plush adventure gear out there. Pocket Touch is 48mm wide, making it a compact timepiece that can be carried in your pocket or backpack during adventures. Keeping in mind that the Pocket Watch is going to be extensively used by adventure fanatics, therefore the case in made from steel and water-proof material which provides water resistance up to 100 meters.
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Sony SmartEyeglass Developer Edition SED-E1 announced for pre-order

Sony SmartEyeglass Developer Edition SED E1 augmented reality glasses

Smart glasses with low energy consumption monochrome display

After the launch of prototype Sony SmartEyeglass SDK in September 2014, all eyes were set as to when Sony would release the developers’ version. Good news has arrived as Sony has announced The SmartEyeglass Developer Edition SED-E1 augmented reality glasses which developers can explore. These HUD glasses can be combined with SmartEyeglass sensors, camera and smartphone features for a very unique hands-free experience.
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SenSei Glove aids blind people in sensing obstacles for easier commuting

SenSei Glove Nottingham University

Life is not easy when you have to spend whole of it not being able to see what’s around you. Many technologies have aimed to cure or get around this problem, but a very few have been close to curing it completely. The best approach is to develop alternative methods by which blindness can be countered. And what better than wearable technology. SenSei Glove developed by management students, Raivat Luthura and Serkan Oztas, from Nottingham University aims to help blind people by sensing the proximity of objects for safe navigation.
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$50 Delorean iPhone 6 case is as crazy as you’ll get!

Crazy Case Delorean Time Machine iPhone 6 accessory

If you though the Crazy Case Batmobile was cool, then you got to have a look at this Crazy Case Delorean Time Machine iPhone 6 accessory by Japanese case manufacturer Bandai. This iPhone 6 case is an exact replica of the iconic DeLorean from the 1989 movie. As you can see from the video transcript below, the case looks cool and is very tactically built in the form of a DeLorean with slots opening up to reveal the camera lens and other functional buttons of the iPhone 6.
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Apple virtual reality headset patent granted, Google and others better watch-out

Apple VR headset

Apple is looking to tap the very lucrative virtual reality headset market as they have applied for a patent that turns your iPhone as the display for the headset. Although Apple might deny it, but the gadget seems inspired by the Samsung VR Gear and even Google Cardboard. The glass-styled heads-up-display described in Patent 8,957,835 has a slot for iPhone that makes all the augmented reality experience possible.
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Nano Drone is for beginners who want to expertise the art of UAV flying

Nano Drone

Robust drone fit for beginners

Drones are getting ever so popular due to the functionality they bring to the forte, but they haven’t been away from their share of controversies owing to the restrictions that have come into light. That isn’t deterring drone makers from coming up with versions that are complex and need in-depth knowledge for flying. Now this is a big hurdle for beginners who want to have their high-end drones, and at the same time don’t want it to land in the bushes with broken components spilled everywhere!
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View Master gets augmented reality makeover courtesy Mattel-Google collaboration

Mattel View Master Google Cardboard

The iconic View-Master toy that was one of the most tech savvy attempts towards virtual reality has unearthed like a phoenix at the New York World’s Fair. Mattel and Google have partnered to make the new age View-Master virtual reality gadget for kids that gives them a very basic peek into the world of augmented reality. Integrating with the Google Cardboard technology, this HUD is tailor-made for kids in the age group of 7 or less.
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