Dr. Dre may make some of the most popular headphones on the planet but Beats are likely tuned to the way Dre likes to listen to the music – with heavy bass. You are not Dre and your ears and my ears and everyone else’s ears hear a slightly different way. Even your left and right ear have a distinct way of listening to different types of sounds. Even is a new set of earphones… Read More
eero was supposed to go out late last year to those who bought the system during pre-launch but a manufacturing hiccup pushed the ship date to the here and now. But the startup has toiled away for well over a year to hopefully solve the agonizing pain of waiting for the next episode of your favorite Netflix show to load – It does this with a step-by-step Wifi mesh network kit you can… Read More
Yesterday we checked out an event hosted by Lenovo and Google, where the duo announced that Lenovo would be making the first Project Tango Phone. While we found out that the device would ship this summer and cost under $ 500, we didn’t get many other details on the device. However, the company gave us a chance to play with Project Tango’s developer kit, which, is a tablet… Read More
Bionic hands startup Open Bionics now makes Iron Man and Elsa-themed hands and arms for the smallest of amputees – kids.
Open Bionics hopes to get kids excited about their prosthetics with designs from Marvel, Frozen and Star Wars.
“[Kids] won’t have to do boring physical therapy, they’ll train to become heroes,” reads the Open Bionics website about the… Read More
Amidst a flurry of announcements today, Google debuted not one but two new Chromecasts – one that works just like the original Chromecast, and an audio-only version meant to be plugged into your existing speaker systems. We took a quick peek at both devices and the new look of Chromecast in the video above. Read More