Chef2 Kitchen Multitool

Chef2 Kitchen Multitool

Working around the kitchen may make you realize that most of the tools you usually use only serve to do a certain purpose. This can be a hassle for some people looking for ways to use kitchen tools that to several tasks instead of just one. The Chef2 Kitchen Multi-tool can help provide a convenient option to consider. The Chef2 Kitchen Multitool is designed by Julian Appelius and is a unique spatula and tongs, all
The Flask By Oakley Carbon Fiber Flask

The Flask By Oakley Carbon Fiber Flask

When it comes to a person’s favorite beverage, having the right container to place them in is important. Some alcoholic beverages for example, do not just settle for any other ordinary container. They usually are placed in ideal flasks, ever since alcoholic drinks became a hidden luxury for some people, to be consumed in secret. Now that drinking such beverages are not that taboo, people still prefer holding
Judge Slashes $450M from Apple's $1B Damage Claim Against Samsung

Judge Slashes $450M from Apple’s $1B Damage Claim Against Samsung

After the jury ordered Samsung to pay $1.05 billion worth of damages to Apple during the bitterly-contested patent infringement court case of 2012, the presiding judge decides to partially vacate the damages award. FOSS Patents reports that Judge Lucy Koh has slashed the billion-dollar total by over $450 million, an amount related to 14 Samsung products involved in the case. Judge Koh also orders that a new trial
Socialmatic Instagram Camera Gets Polariod Branding

Socialmatic Instagram Camera Gets Polariod Branding

Last year, we bumped into a little, thin digital camera that pays homage to Instagram by incorporating its logo to the design and allowing users to edit their photos with filters. The Socialmatic camera, however, takes it to the next level with an ability to print out your Instagram-esque photos right out of the device like Polaroids. It may not struck a deal with Instagram and Facebook as we have hoped, but Socia
BeeWi Mobot Provides Home Remote Control Features

BeeWi Mobot Provides Home Remote Control Features

The home of the future is said to be highly integrated into the hands of the owner, literally. It is said to be a home where gadgets and appliances around the home can be controlled using a handy device such as a smartphone or a tablet. That future may not be afar off as the technology already exists, with the likes of the BeeWi Mobot Power Plug. The BeeWi Mobot, recently introduced and demonstrated at the Mobile W

Nifty MiniDrive for Macbooks

Any MacBook user understands the hassle of adding storage space into their Apple-made laptops. There are various options to do so, such as expensive and inconvenient-to-carry-around external hard drives or inserting an SD card. However, the media card sticks out by one centimeter when fully inserted, so users cannot put it in all the time. One company looked for a solution to this and came up with the Nifty MiniD
Cheap iPhone Rumor Doesn't Go Away

Cheap iPhone Rumor Doesn’t Go Away

Despite one Apple executive declaring that cheap smartphones will never be part of Apple’s future, rumors about it continue to swirl. Japan-based Apple news site Macotakara, citing sources, says that such an entry-level iPhone is slated for next year and that it will use plastic instead of aluminum for its casing. According to the website, the rumored cheap iPhone will sport a polycarbonate plastic encasing,
Evernote Resets All Users' Passwords

Evernote Resets All Users’ Passwords

Evernote, the popular notetaking and archiving app, has announced on its official blog that its team has detected a coordinated attack to gain access to its servers. In an effort to preempt any attempt to retrieve user passwords, the team has decided to reset all of their users’ passwords, forcing them to make new ones before proceeding to use the service. Evernote emphasizes that no user information, includ
Fujitsu GPS New Generation Cane

Fujitsu GPS New Generation Cane

While modern technology is geared towards helping make life more convenient for people in general, most of them are targeted for either adults, kids and consumers with the means to spend cash for them. But that is not to say that technology is profit oriented, it is just they way the world works sometimes. But there are also technology systems developed to help life more comfortable for older people, a segment of t
LG WCP300- World's Smallest Wireless Charger

LG WCP300- World’s Smallest Wireless Charger

When it comes to many devices today, making it small seems to be the best course for success. Not only is making them small sometimes easier and cheaper to manufacture, people would also like them for being handy and portable. That is why in the recent Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, Spain, South Korean electronics manufacturer introduced the LG WCP300, purported to be the world’s smallest wireless c
PassBan Puts Access Authentication to Your Wrist

PassBan Puts Access Authentication to Your Wrist

While Google is looking for ways of developing a master key to access all our devices, a mobile security startup is already offering such. At a developer event in San Francisco, PassBan has shown off a wristband that has the ability to unlock your smartphone or tablet by making simple gestures in the air–whether shaking your wrist, tapping on the wristband, or just putting it in proximity to your gadget. You
Retractable Bluetooth Headset

Retractable Bluetooth Headset

Bluetooth headset users usually wear their device all the time. Although it might look cool to some, it can be quite uncomfortable over time. People can easily suffer from ear fatigue having these Bluetooth ear attachments connected to their ears all of the time. This new Retractable Bluetooth Headset will help provide a simple solution to this problem. If you experience ear fatigue from using your Bluetooth Headse
FCC to Investigate Mobile Phone Unlocking Ban

FCC to Investigate Mobile Phone Unlocking Ban

After the Library of Congress imposed a US-wide ban on cell phone unlocking, the online community has been furious. A White House petition to lift the ban has reached 100,000 signatures, mandating the Obama administration to offer an official explanation. Meanwhile, in an interview with TechCrunch, the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission Julius Genachowski said his office will investigate whether the
Wacom Teases About HD Mobile Tablet

Wacom Teases About HD Mobile Tablet

Wacom is known for its large HD tablets for the creative professionals and the Bamboo stylus that works in a multitude of mobile tablets including the iPad. However, a recent post on Wacom’s Facebook page could indicate that the company will introduce a mobile tablet of its own “this summer.” “We’ve heard you shouting out loud for a Wacom mobile tablet for creative uses. Well… we

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