If you drink more wine than you do water, you know how difficult opening a bottle of wine can be, especially if you don’t want to get any of the cork in the wine. The Oster Electric Wine Bottle Opener makes opening wine bottles as simple as pushing a button. It also comes with a foil cutter which helps cut the foil evenly for a good pour. So, you simply use the cutter to cut the foil, place the electric opener over the cork, press the down button, and you’re wine bottle is opened, without a broken cork (which also means you can re-cork the wine when you’re done with it).
Today I will be listing off some of the world’s most loved DIY projects in the tech field, all which will give your home some personality. They are DIY, which will make it that much more fun to see on your wall… READ MORE
With Smart Wheel, safety challenges can be solved by technology with main functions. Firstly, it will snap onto any steering wheel and use patented sensing technology to encourage safe driving and help drivers stay focused on the road. Additionally, Smart Wheel’s real-time feedback will also make drivers be aware of distracted driving behaviors before a potential accident.
Amazon Echo is now eons ahead of what it was when it launched last year. Now, it works with so many more apps, including Dominos, Uber, Amazon Radio, Pandora, Spotify, Accuweather, Audible, and so much more. It’s one step closer to a Her sort of home automation solution. The Echo is there to give you a hand when your hands are full, or when you don’t want to get up off of the couch. It has the ability to control lights, switches, Nest, Wink, Insteon and other smart home products that you probably already have. It has a loud, uniquely designed set of speakers that surrounds the device to fill your room with audio, and its microphones can easily pick up your voice from across the room. What’s more, Amazon is continually adding new features and apps to perfect the device.
This is a user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing alternative to the bulky and often cumbersome phone holders. It is literally what it says it is: a magnetic phone holder. It is easy to install; just place it on the dash of the car and stick your phone on top. While it is a magnetic holder, the magnetic values are kept so low that it will not interfere with the circuitry of the phones themselves. This means that it is completely safe to use. It also works well with all phones, regardless of make and model, as long as it has metallic components to adhere to the mount.
I live for shenanigans of the PC Prankster variety. No, not because I’m devious and mean-spirited, because I have great empathy for others. I know as well as anyone how it feels to reach a level of frustration with a…
Name and image defines that it is a Hand bag which is stylish but as it listed on this to 14 then there may be some speciality in it right. Yes, there is special thing that in built in it that is very useful to most of the smart gadget users.
Another option: The V.ALRT personal alert button ($40) is a waterproof black device the size of a silver dollar. It can be worn in a rubber wristband, as a pendant or popped into a clip — and similarly contacts family or friends in moments of distress, sending them your location via GPS. Plus, it uses a watch battery that lasts for up to a year.
The True Mirror idea is simple (and old; it was first patented in 1887): place two mirrors at right angles and have a look-see. Its effect, though, elicits the complexities of realization spanning everything from Whoa!…
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.
protection is very important. To keep our gadget safe we need to cover them. Hence we listed this in top 14 gifts. This Tablet cover will keep small tablets like the iPad mini safe between its covers. It also looks very stylish and keeps the gadget very safe.
The Stylish: Looking a bit more sleek than the DJI, this drone comes from the brand’s chief competitor. And it’s a solid (and much cheaper) option. It features a fisheye 14 megapixel camera that can capture video in 1080p, has a flight time of 25 minutes, and has a rear-mounted LED for use in low light situations.
Braava has two cleaning modes to choose from depending on the job you need done. In sweep mode, Braava dry mops your floors moving in straight lines using dry cleaning cloths. In mop mode, Braava uses a special back-and-forth mopping action and damp cleaning cloths to lift surface dirt and grime off your floors.
You’ve seen her around town, that cool girl with the cool girl fanny pack, with its shimmering gold sequins blasting bad beats as she rides her bike down the street. She’s not afraid to shine (or let her fanny pack fly) and neither will you and your girl gang with this fun accessory. Available at Jammypack for a sweet $60.
There’s a countably infinite supply of noise-cancelling headphones at CES, but these manage to rise above the noise. You can set the Hero headphones to allow certain voices through and block everything else; while Sidekick is a version of them that you fit on your existing headphones. This is what the future should sound like.
This incredibly versatile Every Day Carry (EDC) Kit comes with everything you could possilby need on the road. The S-Biner is loaded with handy tools like an inchworm, a peanut lighter and a multitool, capable of opening bottles, turning screws or cutting through thick materials.
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 on the phone to activate a function. It also is able to run several applications at http://markets.financialcontent.com/townhall/news/read/35871325 which is something the iPhone can’t do.
So far my favorite part about the NEGG boiled egg peeler is 18 seconds into the demo video. That’s when a patient-looking grandma hand gets frustrated with her old-fashioned egg-peeling efforts and squashes the whole…