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Phones and Mobile Devices

Smart Touch: A New Concept For Blood Glucose Management

Luc Fusaro, award winning engineer and designer, has developed a new approach to blood glucose management. His Smart Touch is a device that attaches to your smartphone and works with your smartphone's camera app to give you accurate blood glucose readings without the bulky equipment most diabetics have to deal with.

Make Your iPhone Into A Weapon With the iStab

iPhone muggings are still all too common, but now you can defend yourself against attacks and use your phone to gut fish with the handy iStab folding knife.

Recon Jet: Heads Up Display For Athletes

Fitness trackers have been all over the market in the last couple of years. Google Glass has created a stir of its own. Now, meet the Recon Jet--a cross between the two. This device is a wearable computer with an emphasis on athletics and fitness.

PattenStudio Plans To Make Touchscreens More Tactile With Tiny Robots Called Thumbles

Touchscreens are great and all, but I can't say I've ever been a rabid fan; I don't like the lack of tactile feedback. I'm not alone in this - which is why it doesn't come as any surprise that one company is looking to make touchscreens a little more physical. And they're doing it with robots, too.

Motion Analysis App, Spark Motion, Will Help You Improve Athletic Technique

Technique. Technique. Technique. It is so important in any sport or athletic event. Coaches constantly emphasize it and teach athletes how to improve it, and there is no better way to improve technique than to break it down with motion analysis. Spark Motion does just that.

AIRE Mask: Charge Your Device With Your Breath

We've all had our device run out of juice, and sometimes we aren't near an outlet so that we can recharge it. What if you could charge it with some other energy source, like wind? More specifically, your own wind--your breath? The AIRE Mask is a concept that could make this happen.

PoopMD Is An App That Educates Parents On The Color Of Baby Poop

When it comes to educating new parents on their baby's poop, the everyday process can be overwhelming. From consistency to color, a newborn's poop is an important indicator of your little stinker's health. Pediatric gastroenterologists from John Hopkins Children's Center have developed an app to help.

The PiPhone – A DIY Touchscreen Smartphone

Why buy any new handset if you could just build your own? Yes, it's quite possible – Dave Hunt has done it, combining a Raspberry Pi single-board computer with a variety of off-the-shelf parts. The resulting device, while lacking in the aesthetics and software department, can actually make and receive calls.

KICKR Power Trainer: God Of Indoor Cycling Trainers

"A trainer on steroids," boasts the KICKR Power Trainer's website. This new indoor cycling trainer offers some high-tech perks that you won't find with other trainers, like an app that allows you to ride different Strava segments. It is an indoor trainer that will change the face of indoor training.

Dark Energy Provides Up To A Week's Charge For Your Mobile Devices

The Dark Energy reservoir not only provides abundant charge for your favorite portable devices, but it looks great as well.

Yey! You Can Really Remote Control A Roach from Your Smart Phone

Inventors have not only created a method for hacking the nervous system of a cockroach and allowing the insect to be controlled remotely, but apparently – like so many other things these days - there’s an app for that.

The United States Navy Now Owns A Tablet-Controlled Robot Helicopter

The Office of Naval Research today announced that it's created the future of combat support - a robotic helicopter, linked up to a simple touchscreen tablet that a soldier can use to send the chopper into missions too perilous for human pilots.

StoreDot Has Nanodot Battery That Can Charge Your Phone In 30 Seconds!

An Israeli tech startup, StoreDot, has come up with a cell phone battery that charges your phone in 30 seconds!  In its prototype stage right now, it joins several other proprietary products in StoreDot's stable of yet-to-be-released inventions that are based on the properties of biologically available nanodots.

Jays A-Jays Five Earbud Review

Earbuds are a fickle thing. When you have to fit so much tech into a little earbud, something is going to have to suffer. Whether it is comfort or sound quality, sacrifices have to be made. The Jays a-Jay Five has tried to fit everything into one package. Available for the iPhone, Android, and Windows devices, how does the a-Jay Five stack up to other earbuds on the market?

Portable, All Purpose Bluetooth Speaker By Abco Tech - Product Review

With a handful of DIY remedies and a large amount of costly options, taking your tunes on the go --or even in the shower -- are limited, until now.  With The All Purpose Bluetooth Speaker by Abco Tech, you can get an all-in-one convenient, Bluetooth speaker system that is both portable and highly audible, all at a pretty decent price.

The Lumo Lift: A Little Bling For Better Posture

The Lumo Lift is little, but it does a lot to better your posture. The small clasp attaches to your collar near the shoulder and lets you know when you need to straighten up. It's time to bling out those shirts instead of being scolded by our mothers for slouching. Check out the details on how it works...

BioLite CampStove Could Make You A Happy Camper

Grill some hot dogs while charging your smartphone. Brew coffee and read your Kindle without worrying about the battery dying. With the BioLite CampStove, these things are possible. The CampStove burns wood and, through a thermoelectric generator, sends power to a USB port.

Wave Of New Intel Tablet CPUs Coming Soon

Intel is rather serious about making a mark in the slate PC market. Serious enough, in fact, that it will soon augment its lineup of Atom processors with nine or so new ones. Even the partial specs list we've gotten a hold of is confusing, so allow me to untangle it for you.

FiLIP Gives 4 Year Olds Cell Phone Security

While it may seem a bit ridiculous to get a 4 year old his/her own phone, there are times when it would come in handy and give parents added peace of mind. Enter the FiLIP.

Touch Time Is The Simple Smart Watch

Smart watches are all the craze right now. From Pebble to Samsung, everyone is trying to get a piece of the wrist real estate. But what do most of these smart watches have in common? They need a smart phone to connect to them. That's where Phosphor's Touch Time is different. The Touch Time requires no connectivity to a phone, and doesn't need to be charged like a phone or traditional smart watch.