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Vaavud – A New Smartphone Gadget That Lets You Measure Wind Speed!

Vaavud – A New Smartphone Gadget That Lets You Measure Wind Speed!

By using any weather apps, one may get the information, but what if there’s no reliable data connection to get the latest update? Keeping that in mind, a Danish team of enterprising inventors has created Vaavud, a new smartphone gadget that lets you measure wind speed easily, anywhere.

By On March 26, 2014 Respond
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Lightning Strikes And Fries SUV, Family Shoots Video And Recharges Gadgets

Lightning Strikes And Fries SUV, Family Shoots Video And Recharges Gadgets

When you are driving in rain and suddenly lightning strikes your car and knocks it out, while also recharging your gadgets, you will pause before deciding whether to be thankful or not that you’re alive. So was apparently the case with a family which, incidentally, filmed the whole thing.

By On August 12, 2013 Respond
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Getting In Bed With Your Gadgets [Infographic]

Getting In Bed With Your Gadgets [Infographic]

Gadgets such as smartphones and tablets are becoming an increasingly integral part of our lives. We use them all day long, take them to bed, check them first thing in the morning and are nearly always hooked up to them. A new infographic by Online Psychology Degree shows how often we make use of our gadgets in bed.

By On November 14, 2012 1 Response
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Engadget Thinks Low Priced Tablets And Mobiles Are Bad For Consumers. We Don’t Agree.

Engadget Thinks Low Priced Tablets And Mobiles Are Bad For Consumers. We Don’t Agree.

An Engadget associate editor argues that the low priced Nexus and Kindle devices will hurt the consumers in the long run, and thus it’s a bad strategy to follow. But, consumers, as well as industry figure like Linus Torvalds, seem to feel otherwise.

By On November 4, 2012 2 Responses
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Use A $30 Gadget And Control Computer And Wheel Chair With Your Eyes

Use A $30 Gadget And Control Computer And Wheel Chair With Your Eyes

With the existing commercially available devices like Tobii PCEye or the EyeTech TM3, a user can control a computer with his/her eyes. But these devices are very costly (priced between $5,000 and $7,000). The good news is, Dr Aldo Faisal, a Neuroscientist at Imperial College in London, has created a $30 cost device which allows wearers to use their eye movements to control a computer. Get some more details inside.

By On September 28, 2012 Respond
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Gadgets And Technologies Used In London Olympics 2012

Gadgets And Technologies Used In London Olympics 2012

Olympics are an occasion of huge significance for the international community. Billions of people from around the globe are going to watch the games this year, so naturally the organisers want the cutting-edge technology to be a part of this event. Given below is a quick list of the technologies that are being used in Olympics 2012.

By On July 31, 2012 Respond
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An Amazon Worker Stole $160,000 Worth Gadgets

An Amazon Worker Stole $160,000 Worth Gadgets

It’s nothing new that sometimes workers steal something from their own work place. Recently that incident has happened in Amazon. Allegation has come upon a twenty year old worker Todd Anthony Cofield, Jr. who was working at an Amazon distribution center in South Carolina that he stole 726 iPods and 49 HP laptops within 41 days (April 20 to May 31). The cost of those stolen products are in total $160,000.

By On July 9, 2012 Respond
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The Module ‘Gadget’ Is Responsible For Spreading Flame Malware

The Module ‘Gadget’ Is Responsible For Spreading Flame Malware

We reported earlier that a number of tech analysts around the globe are identifying the recently-discovered Flame malware as the most nefarious malware that has been known to date. The complexity and functionality of Flame is unmatched by any other malware that exists today. Now, security analysts are breaking down Flame to identify which of its modules are the most nefarious.

By On June 5, 2012 Respond
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5 Best Mobile Gadgets Under $500

5 Best Mobile Gadgets Under $500

You’ve got $500 to spend and you’re interested in getting some sort of gadget. What should you go for? Obviously, the answer will depend on your needs and tastes (or the needs and tastes of the person you’re buying it for). But it may be useful to consider a few different ideas. In this post we’ll look at some of the best mobile gadgets for under $500.

By On April 14, 2012 Respond
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[New Gadget] EFO iPazzport Mini Keyboard With Air Mouse, IR Remote And Touchpad

[New Gadget] EFO iPazzport Mini Keyboard With Air Mouse, IR Remote And Touchpad

Really it is a great idea and cool invention. You no need a apart keyboard, mouse for computer and remote control for television. You can get all facilities in one device. Most interesting matter, it is a keyboard and this keyboard name is EFO iPazzport Mini Wireless Keyboard. This all-in-one keyboard will surely glaze your eyes. Its standard size, controlling, looking are really cool nice.

By On January 31, 2012 Respond
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Engadget Android App Gets Honeycomb Updates

Engadget Android App Gets Honeycomb Updates

Engadget release of updated Engadget Android App Version 1.1.12.1 specially supports Honeycomb tablets. So its a very good news for the Transformers, Galaxy Tab 10.1, and Iconia Tab A500′s even hacked Nooks owner, now enjoy the updated App for Honeycomb tablets. From the latest smartphone news, to reviews and hands-on looks at laptops, HDTVs, gaming, and more, Engadget brings you all the tech news you need. The Engadget for Android app delivers that experience straight to your Android phone, instantly.

By On July 29, 2011 Respond
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At Engadget Awards iPhone 4 Wins Phone of the Year, Kinect Peripheral of the Year, and iPad Gadget of the Year

At Engadget Awards iPhone 4 Wins Phone of the Year, Kinect Peripheral of the Year, and iPad Gadget of the Year

Engadget has announced winners of the 2010 Engadget Editor’s Choice Awards. Apple iPad wins “Gadget of the Year” award, Apple iPhone 4 is awarded as “Phone of the Year”, Apple iPod touch wins best “Portable Media Device” award and Microsoft’s Kinect wins both “Game Accessory of the Year” and “Peripheral of the Year” award.

By On February 26, 2011 Respond
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GoGadget 1.0 for Mac

GoGadget 1.0 for Mac

California based Mark/Space, Inc. release GoGadget 1.0 for Mac.GoGadget is a new product which sync almost any gadget to computer.GoGadget can connects media players, phones, GPS navigators, digital picture frames, and other gadgets…..

By On November 1, 2010 Respond
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Apple’s Music Gadgets, New iTunes Features And Apple TV From Apple’s Fall Event

Apple’s Music Gadgets, New iTunes Features And Apple TV From Apple’s Fall Event

Apple organized an event in San Fransisco yesterday to show off the newest updates to its music devices, new features added to its iTunes, and the new Apple TV. Find out about all the awesome things that were revealed!

By On September 2, 2010 Respond
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Google I/O Sandboxes have got some amazing App and Gadget

Google I/O Sandboxes have got some amazing App and Gadget

This year Google I/O Sandboxes have got amazing application and gadget such as Cool gadgets web apps, AR on Android etc.Here are some few demos which Google’s developer-focused conference in San Francisco.

By On May 20, 2010 Respond
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