Way back at CES 2014, we had a chance to speak with the team behind MYBELL. Here is what we said during CES: MYBELL is a customizable electronic bicycle bell. Think about MYBELL as ringtones for your bicycle. Users can upload any audio file to the bell via a micro-USB connection. The company has a [...]
Say what? So it is a remote that replaces the volume and channel buttons with a wheel? I can not tell whether the company is for real or not. In their press section on their website, Xcrool links to an article from USA Today entitled,"CES 2014: The Bogus Brief: A list of new tech from CES that made us shake our heads."
I was going back through our YouTube Channel, and noticed that we hadn't posted a few of our videos from the 2014 International CES. These don't really fit anywhere else, but they are cool nonetheless.
"The tablift was designed to address the problem of using your tablet in places like the couch and the bed (where 80% of tablet use takes place!). The tablift allows you to use your tablet in these places completely hands-free, giving you the freedom to sit or lie back and enjoy your tablet without having to hold it in your hands or rest it on your lap."
On Friday we ran a story about using sugar in rechargeable batteries, but no worries here we aren't suggesting that you rub potatoes on your electronics. Alpine Innovations released a new type of cleaner for monitors, laptops, screens and other electronic devices earlier this month at CES. The new Spudz product line includes the patented [...]
Anker has developed an ingenious way to solve the compatibility problem with PowerIQ. Essentially, PowerIQ is a chip embedded in the charger or battery that, "intelligently identifies your device and speaks with the language it needs for full speed charging."
Before the 2014 International CES, the new 2015 Ford Mustang was named the “Official Car Of The 2014 International CES.” I was a bit skeptical of the new design, but in person the Mustang is a pretty slick car. It's no 65' Fastback, but nothing is.
2 Hour Power is a Rayovac portable power charger that runs on one lithium CR123A battery and you can use it to charge Apple 30-pin or Micro USB powered devices, namely mobile phones. Rayovac 2 Hour Power comes in two models: Apple 30-pin and Micro USB.
The Dropcam Pro, released in October of 2013, is an absolute game changer. The specs are borderline mind blowing: 130-degree field of view, 8x zoom, and better audio just to name a few.
One of the more interesting Bitcoin exhibits we saw was that of KryptoKit. One of the largest problems with Bitcoin - and one of the largest barriers for skeptics - lies in the structure and utility of the various wallet systems/software. They are often clunky, and making or receiving a payment often takes an awful lot of copying and pasting. No more.