PowerSquare Tango is the first position-free Qi wireless charger that can charge up to two smartphone devices at once. Tango offers a patent-pending Adaptive Position-Free (APF) system that allows users to place the smartphone or tablet in any position on the charging pad. PowerSquare is raising funds for production on Kickstarter, where it’s already raised… Continue reading TANGO: Position-Free Qi Wireless Charger
BeON Home is a smart LED light bulbs that learn and replicate your everyday interaction with your light switches to deliver effective and preventative home security. The smart lighting system carries a backup rechargeable battery to ensure the light will stay on even if the power goes out. The light bulbs provide 800 lumens (about… Continue reading BeON Home Smart Light Bulbs
The Quicklock is the world’s first Bluetooth and NFC security that uses Bluetooth enabled smartphone and NFC technology in the form of a ring, FOB, wristband or label. The padlock is made using durable “Die Cast Zinc Alloy” and has an amazing battery life that goes up to 2 years. Choose a color that fits your lifestyle, It… Continue reading The QuickLock: Bluetooth And NFC Padlock
The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in South Korea has developed an ultra-light, ultra-compact electric vehicle called Armadillo-T, that literally folds in half at the flip of a switch. Using a smartphone app, the 110-inches-long four-wheel-drive vehicle folds up and shrinks down to just 65-inches-long making it small enough to take up just a third of a standard-sized parking spot.… Continue reading Armadillo-T: Foldable Electric Car
At the D11 conference held in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, Wednesday, Motorola has presented the Electronic Tattoo, a flexible electronic circuits that can be attached to the wearer’s skin using a rubber stamp. The Biostamp electronic tattoo is developed by Massachusetts-based engineering firm MC10, made of silicon and contains an electrical circuit, antennae and sensors that bend and move… Continue reading Motorola Unveils Electronic Tattoo and Authentication Pill
This is not an April fools joke! A black and white film from 1938 shows a woman talking on a wireless device at a factory in the United States, claimed to be a time traveler, but her family says otherwise. According to Daily Mail, a YouTube user has come forward to claim that the woman in the clip is their great grandmother,… Continue reading World’s First Mobile Phone in 1938?
The Helix Bluetooth Speakers by Quirky comes with a flexible inner core, that let the user wrap them like a bracelet. The speakers has a water resistant exterior keeps its inner electronics safe, as long as it’s not submerged. The central part is pliable enough to be bent over any pipe, tube or even at your wrists etc. The… Continue reading Helix Wireless Speakers By Quirky
Introducing the Hue smart LED light bulbs from Philips. The bulbs let you control your lighting from your smartphone or tablet and personalize settings such as timers, colors, shade and brightness. Once connected, the bulbs can be set up in minutes to get it linked with your device. The Hue light bulb uses 80 percent less… Continue reading Philips Hue: Smartphone Controlled LED Light Bulbs