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It doesn’t really matter how old you are, who doesn’t  being a gamer?!  Video games have come a long way from Super Mario Brothers (although it’s still in our top 5) and so has the sound and interactive playing options, which means you need the ultimate gaming headset, but which one exactly?  There are a […]
Nanoleaf has unveiled a new square-shaped variation of its light panels. Now you can turn the panels on and off, dim them up and down, or change their color just by tapping on them. Yes, of course, there’s also a music sync microphone and motion sensor capable of lighting the panels up whenever you walk by. 
Let us take you on a journey of the world. Each issue of the Gear Patrol Magazine comes packed with adventures, guides and stories exclusive to the magazine. Stunningly designed, printed on high quality stock and ready for your coffee table. Subscribers received 15% off the GEAR PATROL STORE. Biannual. $35.
Because now Alexa can actually show you how to do things instead of just telling you!  Watch your video flash briefings, listen to music or watch videos, enjoy hands free face-to-face calling, hook it up to your home security cameras or monitoring systems and simply ask Alexa to “show you the front door” to see who’s there. It can basically do everything that your first echo could do, but now way more!
This wireless Bluetooth beanie hat answers the constant question, “Do you know where my phone is?” With 18 hours of standby time and a range of 33 feet, all that is needed is this beanie hat. With the ability to answer the phone and skip music, coupled with its Bluetooth capability, you can do everything without a phone in hand. Nonetheless, you can even throw it in the laundry as long as the actual set is taken out. Who needs a phone with this all-in-one wearable tech solution?
The centerpiece of Kohler’s connected bathroom, the new Verdera lighted mirror has an Alexa-enabled speaker built into the bottom in addition to two front-facing microphones that receive your voice commands. You get touch controls to adjust sound and light levels, a night light and motion sensors that raise the light levels when someone stands in front of it.
What could be a better way to perk up your kitchen routine than with this classic style Tivoli radio? Behind that charming facade lies an advanced piece of technology with ultra-fine AM/FM tuning in addition to Bluetooth capabilities to play music from a smartphone or mp3 player.
A new Samsung C-Lab project called S-Ray lets you to listen to your devices without disturbing others by beaming sound straight into your ears. The company says the technology could be used with a number of different devices including a Bluetooth speaker, a phone cover and a personal neckband. Though the prototype’s audio quality wasn’t stellar, it was impressive to hear music — without headphones — over the tremendous din of Las Vegas. 
These cute little robot-like monkeys have over 40 cool (and quite funny) animations and sound effects like kissing sounds, fun monkey babble, opening and closing their eyes, kisses, hanging by their tails and a ton more. Learn more about everything else they can do here.
4. Smart glasses (again). They’re back, and now they’re better and a whole lot better-looking, too. Vuzix Blade Smart Sunglasses promise to augment reality by providing hands-free mobile computing and connectivity. The wearer can “reach out and manipulate virtual 3-D objects overlaid in the real world,” according to the manufacturer. At about $1,000, these specs will be available midyear.
This dinosaur fossil cookie cutter and embosser kit creates divots where the bones should be. They look awesome with or without added frosting. These cookie cutters would make a great gift for a parent, teacher, or archaeology enthusiast.
It’s the annual trade show for companies to debut their newest tech products to the media as well as to each other. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) covers all types of electronics, from games and 3D printing to self-driving cars and products in the health and wellness industry.
Mophie is the bomb for those with an iPhone. Mine keeps my phone charged all day into the night (and sometimes the next day). Each juice pack comes  in a variety of colors and is perfect for the girlfriend who always seems out of battery. You can get it for a variety of iPhone models at Apple for $100 or for $60 on Amazon.
One more thing to remember is that geeky gadgets can give rise to technical questions before sales. As a good seller, you should answer your customer’s questions promptly. To help you do this it is a good idea to get samples of what you are selling. Then you can familiarize yourself with the new technology.
Is it a watch? Is it an activity monitor? Is it a smartwatch? In fact, the Nokia Steel HR is all of those things. This all-singing, all-dancing, all-tracking hybrid watch that mixes analogue styling with digital health monitoring. It comes with continuous heart-rate monitoring, automatic activity tracking, smartphone notifications, a Heath Mate app to analyse your data, plus wellness programmes to improve your well-being, but it looks like a smart, sleek French-design timepiece. It also has a best-in-class rechargeable battery that will keep the time and the technology running for up to 25 days.
Brighten the day of your favorite geek in your life with a subscription to Loot Crate. Loot Crate offers monthly, customized boxes shipped directly to you in a theme of your choice — anything goes, from gaming to DC comics. Past crates have included boxes centered around the Walking Dead, Deadpool and the Fallout video game franchise.
It has a knife, bottle opener, scissors, Phillips head, flathead screwdriver, nail file, LED light, and a RETRACTABLE BALLPOINT PEN! All in a ridiculously compact form factor. I’m reasonably sure I’ll never have a set of keys without one of these on it ever again. —axj66
Say goodbye to cable. With a 60-mile range, the Smartenna+ will pick up the signal and then optimize your reception automatically. It works with the new Stream+, which features dual tuners, Android TV support and a free channel guide — all without a subscription.
If you love nature but aren’t exactly the “roughing it” type, or are intrigued by culture and history but not at the expense of modern amenities and comforts, then the Mirror Houses might be just the place for your next adventure. Designed by Italian architect Peter…
…because when you’re down to the wire you’re going to need a little help.  Time to get creative!   Ho ho huh?  With dozens of people to buy for, there’s always going to be someone who you inadvertently forget.  Don’t worry, there’s still some time to place that order on or run to that store. […]
Garmin remains a serious contender in the smartwatch market. The flagship Vivoactive 3 boasts GPS run tracking, optical heart-rate sensors, basic notifications, guided workouts, mobile NFC payments and even packs a proud battery life of up to seven days. It’s durable, customisable and with that kind of battery life you can work out all week without recharging.
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Because now he can track workouts, heart rate, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes and steps. Plus, monitor how long and how well you’ve been sleeping (YES!) and can even receive texts and calls at a glance when you’re on the move. Oh, and did we mention the battery life last for 7 days?!
If you need a little help getting around, this is one bad-ass personal electric vehicle. The Whill Model Ci has a max speed of 5 mph and a battery range of up to 10 miles; the integrated lithium-ion battery takes between 4 and 5 hours to charge. Though it’s not an all-terrain vehicle, it can handle inclines and a variety of surfaces — and the accompanying app allows family members to check battery level and location remotely. 
Del Conte said many of the women she polled on Twitter said they wanted the new Storm. People love their BlackBerries, but want a touchscreen phone like the iPhone. Also, Verizon customers wanted a touchscreen option as well because they weren’t willing to leave AT&T. The Storm is only about 2 weeks old and it is really popular so far. It is sleek and shiny and it is a great messaging phone altogether. The touchscreen is different because you have to actually push down the phone to activate a function. It also is able to run several applications at once, which is something the iPhone can’t do.
These wireless cans make listening to your favorite jams a whole lot more fun — without getting wires caught on every door knob. They are super lightweight, and the sturdy, reinforced headband is adjustable for any sized head. The battery is big enough for up to eight hours of music and up to 12 days on standby.

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  • Margarita says:

    1. Devil Oven Pull ($3): One of the most annoying parts about baking is pulling out the tray or dish from the oven. Mitts can be clunky and always wind up in the food, but it’s just too hot to handle without ‘em. That’s where this pull comes in: Just hook the heat-resistant devil’s mouth to your dish or rack while your hands stay nice and safe on the other end of the handle.
    Brush teeth, kill monsters, prevent cavities. Wait, go back one. The Magik smart toothbrush uses computer vision technology, motion tracking and your phone’s front-facing camera to power an augmented reality gaming app. Sounds like fun.

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