Two may be better than one
Although the unique YotaPhone 2, with its front and back displays, can work with AT&T and T-Mobile’s networks, you can’t buy the phone…
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The Bluetooth tracker to help people stop leaving their wallet or purse behind has become almost ubiquitous, as has the GPS-based tracker…
Need a portable phone battery that isn’t bigger than your phone? Check out Charge Ninja, a low-cost credit-card sized battery with keychain cable that’s enough to get you through the rest of the day when your handset battery dies.
Turns out I’m not the only hater in town when it comes to the “solar freakin’ roadways” project. Since I wrote that…
Solar roads sound cool. But what would be really cool is if current solar panels met their potential in the world some day.
Indiegogo, the crowdfunding marketplace popular with hardware projects, has added some celebrity investors including Sir. Richard Branson, the founder of Virgin Group,…
Sunshine can help your overall well-being, provided you get enough of it. SunSprite, a new wearable sensor, keeps track of the rays for you. Best of all: It runs on solar power so there’s no need to charge it with a cord.
The video game-themed comedy is closing in on the hundreds of thousands of dollars it’s trying to raise for Season 3. But thanks to two successful seasons, it’s money they only sort of need.
Wirelessly charging an iPhone usually means you need some bulky case accessory. The iQi adds it without the bulk and lets you choose your own case or cover. How does it work? Quite well as you can see in this video demonstration.
Though not exactly subtle, Phone Halo’s new Glasses TrackR could be a godsend for people constantly leaving their glasses in cabs, cafes and airplanes. Using Bluetooth it alerts you when you depart without your eyewear.
I spent the weekend with one of the first Shine activity trackers on the market, from startup Misfit, and here’s how it went.
Ovo wants to help you beam videos from your mobile phone or laptop to the TV. If executed well, the device may actually have a shot.
Investors continue to fund digital health startups at a healthy clip, but growth is slowing, reports San Francisco-based startup accelerator Rock Health.
Thanks to a successful Indiegogo campaign, Hannah Hart of My Drunk Kitchen will be touring around the nation — while also trying to redefine her brand beyond “the girl who drinks and cooks.”
UBE is yet another internet of things startups, but one with a compelling message. Use its app to control any IP-connected device in your home for fun and to conserve energy.
Looking to add a second screen experience to a single device? Check out popSLATE, a new iPhone 5 case with a 4-inch e-ink display on the back. The Indiegogo project is looking for $150,000 in funding and pledges start at $79 for the innovative case.
For this week, we’ve got someone comfortable on both sides of the camera. Actor/producer Stephanie Thorpe’s future projects include Night of the Zombie King and Asylum. Here, Thorpe discusses the lack of outreach about quality online content and the value of a good cat video.