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Showcased at CES 2015, the Sony SmartEyeglass SDK (Developer Preview) is a new accessory designed to extend the functionality of Android mobile devices. In addition to the binocular head-mount display, a wired controller communicates with a host Android mobile device via Bluetooth or WLAN. The eyewear has a camera, compass, accelerometer, gyroscope, and brightness sensor. The controller has a...
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More than 40 years after Polar created the first wireless heart rate monitor, the company recently debuted the new A300 fitness watch at the International CES 2015, in Las Vegas. The slim, waterproof wrist-worn activity tracker joins the full line of heart-rate monitors and wearable sports devices. But in addition to the A300’s small form factor, it packs the kind of robust functionality that you...
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Building upon the concept of a curved TV screen, Samsung has unveiled a 105" curve-on-command set. At the press of a button on the TV’s remote control, you can control how far it bends. The TV has an aspect ratio of 21:9 with 4K resolution, and as part of Samsung’s new SUHD (Smart Ultra High Definition) line, it also has:
  • Quantum-dot technology for improved, accurate color
  • A  “re...
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Preserving family videos is an important task, because no one wants to lose the precious memories of their loved ones. Recently, my family started the process of converting several VHS tapes to DVD format. My mother had been thinking about doing this for years; however, since she doesn’t consider herself to be especially tech-savvy, she was intimidated and kept postponing the job. However, after...
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The first iPhone has come a long way since its first release in 2007. There are now eight generations of the phone, with the latest iteration being the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which hit the market on September 19, 2014. The iPhone 6 has a 4.7" 1344 x 750-pixel display, a faster A8 processor, an improved built-in camera, faster Wi-Fi and LTE, and more onboard storage. Stepping it up, the iPhone 6...
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Anyone who remembers what life was like in the 1980s may recall the huge, wood-paneled home hi-fi systems, and the boxy, D-battery draining boom boxes of the day. Times certainly have changed. Today, wireless technologies allow us to connect our mobile devices to ultra-compact speakers that are equipped for on-the-go sound. Following the trend of always being connected, we can now keep our music...
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Think about the last birthday party you attended; the last sporting event you went to; the last time you went out to dinner. How did you capture these special moments? Chances are, you pulled out your smartphone, snapped a picture, and maybe posted it to Facebook and Instagram for the entire digital world to see.  Today, many of us use the camera that’s smallest and easiest―the one that’s already...
Original iPod
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In 2001, digital music players were large and bulky or small, with sub-par user interfaces and little functionality. On October 23, 2001, Apple announced the release of the iPod―the company’s first portable music player. While the price tag was $400 and the scroll wheel was unconventional at the time, this device made its way into the pockets―and hearts―of many music lovers over the years. The...

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Join Larry Becker and Brian Hynes, Product Marketing Manager for MeFOTO Tripods, for a look at the newest addition to the MeFOTO tripod family. The SideKick360 Smartphone Adapter features an Arca Swiss base, three 1/4"-20 threads, and one 3/8"-16 thread for attaching to any tripod. It also mounts on any MeFOTO Arca Swiss tripod without the need for an extra plate, and features a no-slip, dual-...
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