Hardware

  • 10 Apple Watch Apps You Will Love

    As soon as Apple added the Apple Watch to its ecosystem, and released the WatchKit in November 2014, developers and designers made a beeline to create third-party apps for the smartwatch. As a result, about 3000 third-party Apple Watch apps are now available at the App Store. Scores more are waiting for a nod from […]

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  • 200 Keyboard Shortcuts (Windows) to Boost Your Productivity

    Keyboard shortcuts can boost your productivity if your daily job relies heavily on using Windows. They just don’t get the work done quickly, but also improves the efficiency. Give them a try and you just might find yourself getting addicted to keyboard shortcuts. We’ve compiled a list of keyboard shortcuts for Windows 190 + shortcuts […]

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  • 8 Free Ways to Earn More Space on Dropbox

    Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud storage providers in the market. It is great for storing photos and videos, hosting static websites, and safekeeping and sharing various other stuffs with friends and co-workers. Its wonderful features ease or solve many of our real-life problems, and it works so well that ironically it is […]

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  • 10 Really Smart Gadgets to Increase Productivity

    Lately, more and more technologically advanced innovations are taking shape in handheld or mobile gadgets. Smartphones aren’t the only smart gadgets we use these days. We have the smartwatch, smart TV, smart cars, and more. But not all gadgets that carry the label “smart”, is actually smart, it just means that it is connected to […]

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  • What Is The Next Frontier For Human Computer Interaction?

    Imagine this – we are personification a video diversion and wish to correlate with a other character. But, instead of regulating a mouse, we simply rest your eyes on that sold impression and roughly instantly, we get a response from it. Wouldn’t that be outstanding? Eye-tracking replacing a task customarily achieved by a mouse! That’s […]

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  • 15 Voice-Controlled Gadgets

    As modern technologies become more intuitive, manufacturers create devices which can be activated and controlled by touch, specific gestures, and even your own voice. Today we decided to share with you a list of innovative tech gadgets which can be activated by the sound of your voice. These voice-activated gadgets range from voice-commanded light fixtures […]

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  • The Apple Watch: Distraction Or Productivity On Your Wrist?

    Since the launch of the Apple Watch there’s been plenty of buzz around its capabilities. Fitness tracking and payments come to mind, but there’s hardly been any discussion on the implications of the Apple Watch on enterprise productivity. How will the proliferation of the Watch impact people’s workflow and what are some relevant use cases? […]

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  • 20+ Apple Watch Docks – The Best So Far

    The Apple Watch is reported to last only a day on a full charge (although there are reports saying that that may be an optimistic estimate), so if you are a power user on the iPhone, you probably might want to invest in a good Apple Watch dock for regular charging sessions. We did the […]

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  • Wearable Innovation Management

    The arise of wearables and personal data tracking is proof to be some-more than usually a apparatus for health. It’s all partial of that hum word ‘The Internet of Things.’ With Apple’s entrance into a wearable game, a app growth for this marketplace will unequivocally take off. Regardless if you’re a fanboy or not, developers […]

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  • Context Makes Our Devices

      A few weeks ago, Josh Dzieza of The Verge had this to say about the Apple Watch, and really smartwatches as a whole: That seems nice but doesn’t really answer the question of why you’d spend a few hundred dollars (or more) for a device that does the same things as the device in […]

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  • How to Make a Smartphone Controlled 3D Web Game

    In this tutorial I’ll explain an approach on how to connect your smartphone to a 3D web game. We’ll be making a car which you can control by tilting your phone (using the phone’s accelerometer). We’ll use the JavaScript library three.js for working with WebGL as well as WebSockets through the socket.io library and a […]

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  • LG PG60G LED MiniBeam Projector Review

    The LG PG60G LED MiniBeam is a wireless and unstable projector that is a must-have apparatus for any artistic digital artist. With a particular retro demeanour that creates it demeanour some-more like a tiny 1950′s camera, a LG PG60G is really compress and can simply fit in a palm of your hand. Since it sits […]

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  • 10 Affordable 3D Printers You Can Get Right Now

    When 3D printers was first introduced, it was a marvel everyone wanted a piece of. The problem was, not everyone could afford the hefty price tag it came with. 3D printing is new and still pretty expensive, but when you leave it to great minds to pull together power of crowdsourcing and passionate people, there […]

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  • Tiptop – A Portable, Bluetooth-Enabled Speaker

    When we think about speakers, we imagine huge, bulky, unsightly speakers. Now, what do you think of a speaker that is portable and yet an integrated sound system all the same? Three students from Stanford University have created and designed Tiptop speaker, a speaker that functions as a portable speaker and an integrated sound system. […]

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