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Google Glass

February 20, 2013 in Features, Random Tech Videos Found Around the Interwebs by TK

My my my the Google Glass is starting to make some noise. Hot off the hush hush developers only for the Google Glass comes a video of what the Google Glass interface is starting to look like. From the onset, it's looking really nice. But, will it take off is the big question. Already people in Silicon Valley sporting around town with the Google Read more [...]
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Urbanears Slussen

February 19, 2013 in Features, Hardware by TK

So want to be a dj but can't afford a mixer and two SL1200's , plus speakers, amps, etc etc? Well Urbanears wants to provide the solution for you. They have created a new product called the slussen, and it's very unique. It comes with an adapter and an app. So the idea is you plug your headphones into the headphone jack and the other into the speakers Read more [...]
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Toilet Speaker

February 19, 2013 in Features, Hardware by TK

Leave it to the good folks in Japan to come out with some whimsical way to "innovate" an old idea. There is now a speaker that comes with a toilet shaped casing. The speaker is rechargeable through USB and can also play music directly from an SD card. Pumping a healthy 3W of power this thing is sure to provide Hours of conversations. =) Currently Read more [...]
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HTC One

February 19, 2013 in Features, Hardware by TK

So HTC just announced their flagship phone and it looks absolutely amazing. Clad in an all aluminum unibody casing this phone is packed with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU and brand new camera sensor that is said to be absolutely stunning. HTC has lately been using the term ONE on their flagship phone cept for the DNA which has already been Read more [...]
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IBM Watson Goes to School

January 31, 2013 in Features, Hardware, News by TK

So news is out that IBM's Watson which pwned the grand champions of Jeopardy is headed to school at RPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute). It's not going there to learn simple algebra or other courses but rather going so it can "learn". It's almost scary to think that AI has advanced this much. IBM Watson was famously on Jeopardy and beat out the Read more [...]
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Video: Monitor Display What Shopper Picks off the Rack

January 30, 2013 in Random Tech Videos Found Around the Interwebs by TK

Interesting bit of tech from Japan, basically you lift up the clothing off of the rack and it displays the clothing on a model on a screen. A very interesting concept, but in the video a lady picks up a black jacket and the model on the tv is wearing a shirt. Am I just too nitpicky? Should I even care? Well the video is definitely worth the watch Read more [...]
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E-Inkey Keyboard Concept

January 30, 2013 in Concepts by TK

Probably one of the best concepts I have seen in a very long time, and one that could possibly come out and sell very well, is the E-Inkey Keyboard concept. Designed by Maxim Mezentsev & Aleksander Suhih, this takes the Maximus prime keyboard and uses an e-ink display which is far more efficient and to be honest just better. Not because of Read more [...]
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Logitech Broadcaster Wi-Fi Webcam

January 30, 2013 in Features, Hardware by TK

Logitech is launching their Broadcaster Wifi Webcam which is touting the phrase "Stream and record like a pro. The Broadcaster Wifi webcam allows you to easily share your videos whether you stream it to a service like Ustream or just record from a different viewing angle outside of the one attached to your laptop. It records and streasms at HD 720p Read more [...]
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Numark Redphone Stick

January 30, 2013 in Features, Hardware by TK

I'm sure there are alot of DJ's out there and I personally know a few friends that are DJs. Have you noticed tho, when they're in the middle of their set, when mixing a song in, they only use one ear? Obviously the reasoning is so they can hear what song they are about to bring out and the one currently playing to mix it in as smoothly as possible. Read more [...]
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Jeong Moon Choi Master of the Thread

January 22, 2013 in Concepts, Features by TK

So just browsing the interwebs and cam across artist Jeong Moon Choi, who I've already declared master of the thread. So if you look at her exhibits you would think that it looks like Kevin Flynn never finished coding parts of his world. Jeong Moon Choi uses black lights and some well placed and coordinated thread structures to bring some serious Read more [...]