Gadgets

VR add-on to make Oculus and Vive headsets Wireless

Atlanta based company KwikVR is confident they can deliver a wireless VR headset device that is capable with both the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift. The device is less than a pound and is attached to your belt. ...

Ubiquiti’s Amplifi – What a mesh!

  The Amplifi system is best for those large homes struggling to get strong Wi-Fi connection throughout. Not only is the Amplifi a competent router with a firewall integrated, but it can also be used as a ...

Low Profile iPad Pro Mechanical Keyboard Case

At $169 a pop this mechanical keyboard case for the iPad Pro resembles a briefcase with a handle. The keyboard employs a new switch called the “Ultra-Low-Profile Mechanical Switch” with true actuati...

Tiny Lenses Turn Smartphone into Microscope

Smart Micro Optics, a spin-off from the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), has developed two lenses called Blips, that for the small price of $17 transform a mobile device’s camera into a digital micr...

The verdict is in…2-in-1 vs. tablet

Just the other day I tried relentlessly to convince my mother than a PC with tablet capabilities would significantly improve her work flow. She brought up the usual restrictions associated with tablet use, &#82...

Earbuds that cancel specific noises, enhance others

Doppler Lab’s noise filtering earbuds, The Here One earbuds, are truly the coolest earbuds on the market right now. The debuted on Kickstarter and made their way to Coachella this past spring, where 10,00...

Can entering a password be as easy as taking a selfie?

Most of us have heard of two-factor authentication, but photo login? This is an entirely new concept. Cloud-based security solution, LogMeOnce, has released PasswordLess PhotoLogin which allows users to sign in...

Big Monitors conquer Big Workloads

From experience I can vouch for the benefits of having more surface area to complete tasks, and the digital world is no different. Just like when I’m cooking dinner at home, I need room to work. I need mu...

200 petaflop supercomputer from IBM – coming early 2018

  The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory is expected to take delivery of a new IBM system, Summit, in early 2018. Summit will be capable of 200 peak petaflops, making it twice as fa...

With Algorithms comes Voice, with Voice there is No Offline

The device in your hand, the one that half of you are most likely using to read this blog post, has been so fantastically adapted to the preferences of the user that sometimes we tend to read over how that devi...