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Google Glasses Cause Headaches – Still Worth $1500?

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Google Glasses are the way of the future, paired closely with Tylenol. The gadget costs a staggering $1500 and comes with a warning to use it only for ‘micro-interaction.’ The disclaimer was added after consumers frequently complained about eye pain and headaches while using the sleek super-shades. The way-of-the-future gadget seems to always be in… Read more »

Pancake Printer Adds Artistic Mechanical Ingenuity To Breakfast [VIDEO]

Project PancakeBot

Before the hipsters get their grubby hands on this, an inventor unveiled an open-source pancake printer for the delicious entertainment of breakfast aficionados! This will definitely help people who usually skip breakfast because they don’t like it partake in the most important meal of the day. Add this ingenuity to the increased breakfast options people… Read more »

Lumafit Might Just Revolutionize Wearable Fitness Technology

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We’re all used to seeing people sporting rubberized fitness wristbands. They track our movements, but these wearable gadgets still have limitations. They can’t necessarily track the intensity of our activity, which can involve multiple variables such as altitude and heart rate. This is where Lumafit comes in: This unique fitness tracker looks more like a… Read more »

Apple iWatch Leading To Medical Hiring Spree At Cupertino HQ

Apple iWatch leads to hiring spree

The Apple iWatch’s pending release is leading the Cupertino company to go on a bit of a hiring spree for medical professionals, according to numerous sources close to the firm. Apple, as always, has kept any official news about the iWatch under wraps, much as it has done with all of its other devices, but… Read more »

Contact Lenses With Night Vision Coming To Troops?

Graphene technology could lead to night vision contact lenses for the troops.

Will military forces get access to night vision contact lenses? Researchers Ted Norris and Zhaohui Zhong believe that the possibility is growing very near. They recently found a new way to sense light using two layers of graphene. Graphene is a thin, mostly transparent, sheet of pure carbon with 2-dimensional properties. It is light weight… Read more »

Now A Satnav Footwear That Guides You Home

Lechal Wearable Shoe Guidance

Taking wearable technology to the next level, a new product which fits inside the shoe will help lost joggers get back on track. Called ‘Satnav’ footwear, the company has come up with a Bluetooth linked in–sole system that pairs with the wearer’s smartphone and offers discreet guidance. The makers claim that the days of trying… Read more »

Search And Rescue Drones Illegal After FAA Enforces Policy

Search And Rescue Drones Illegal

The FAA has used its executive power to make search and rescue drones illegal by grounding a Texas nonprofit search and rescue operation. The offending drones are five-pound styrofoam drones. Texas EquuSearch Mounted Sear and Recovery Team is a nonprofit company that specializes in assisting missing person searches. The vision of the group is to… Read more »

Roku Streaming Stick Hits Market, Death Knell For Google Chromecast?

Roku Streaming Stick

The Roku Streaming Stick hit the market today, and the new device could spell trouble for Google’s streaming device, the Chromecast. Both devices are small, about the size of a pack of gum, and plug directly into a television set’s HDMI port. Both offer significant advantages for customers who want a low-cost means to turn… Read more »

Digital Cameras Enter A New Transparent(!) Age

Samsung has filed a patent for transparent digital cameras.

Though digital cameras have slowly declined in popularity, Samsung has a trick up its sleeves that might yank back consumers who have been content to simply take photos with their smartphones. According to the Wall Street Journal, Samsung has filed a patent to create digital cameras that include a transparent display. Perhaps the idea of… Read more »

iOS 7.1 Will Kill Your iPhone Battery — Unless You Do This

Tips to preserve iOS 7.1 battery life.

iOS 7.1 — in many ways — is a welcome update to the iPhone and iPad operating systems. However, if you hope that the update will improve battery life, you might want to lower your expectations. Many who have installed the iOS 7.1 update have found that not only is the battery life not improved… Read more »

iPhone 6 Release: Concept Video Suggests iPhone Air May Join iPad

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The iPhone 6 release rumors are ramping up and that means concept and design videos floating across the internet. An iPhone 6 concept video from Sam Beckett ofThe Verge suggests a potential direction for Apple, an iPhone Air. Beckett created some internet buzz with the video as his suggested iPhone Air brought together many of… Read more »

Android Tablet Outsells The iPad

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Consumers probably were expecting it, but the Android tablet finally outsells the iPad. According to a report by MSN News, over 120 million Android products were sold last year. However, iPad product’s numbers were more than half of Android products at 70 million. The research was originally performed by Gartner, and according to their calculations,… Read more »

iPad Air 2 Release Rumors: A Waterproof Tablet From Apple?

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Apple’s iPad Air 2 is expected to be the big release from the company whose tablet was just named the best. Rumors surrounding what Apple will do to upgrade the top selling iPad Air and when it will release are heating up following the close of the MWC 2014. One of the things the tech… Read more »