Archive for September 21st, 2014

Out Of Juice? Just Strap on This Knee Brace

Researchers from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia have developed a knee brace like device, that when worn while walking will charge an internal battery. The Biomechanical Energy Harvester (sounds more like an implant...

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Microsfot to Buy Danger, Inc. (The Folks Behind the Sidekick)

To much surprise Microsoft has apparently agreed to purchase Danger Inc, the maker of the famed Sidekick (I think Danger originally made the device, but no longer does). This news comes on the heals of Yahoo's rejection of Micr...

Energizer Launches Rechargeable Home LED Lights

Energizer use to be a one trick pony. But these days they're actually diversifying and introducing some innovative and useful products. Today they unveiled their 'Light on Demand' line of products. Useful in a power outage, the...


Plantronics Introduces Military Grade Bluetooth Headset: Explorer 370

Plantronics unleashed their new Bluetooth headset today: the Explorer 370. It’s certified to MIL-STD 810 standards. In English, that means it’s United States Army approved. It sounds like it can survive everything just short of...
Cell Phones

Zeemote: Bluetooth Analog Joystick For Your Cell Phone (video included)

There are plenty of cell phones that feature games. Currently, most handsets don't warrant add-on peripherals, or more then 5 minutes of your time. Fortunately, we'll probably begin to see that change later this year as more an...


Blu-Ray Wins HD DVD Battle and Rolls Out Make Up Line to Prove It…?

At a glance, the title of this article has complete credence given HD-DVD's recent demise. Heck, Netflix just signed on to do Blu-Ray only. But the reality of it, is that Cargo Cosmetics launched this line of make up specifical...

Free WiFi For iPhone Customers Around the Corner

Today, Starbucks and AT&T announced a partnership to offer free and paid WiFi at all Starbucks locations. The partnership with AT&T ends a six year deal with T-Mobile. Though, a deal was struck with AT&T, and T-Mobi...