San Francisco-Based Aether Things, a company comprised of high-level designers and engineers, has just debuted their first product, The Cone. The company calls it a “thinking music player” that attempts to figure out what you like as you listen. This $400 Wi-Fi speaker is powered by Rdio for music and Stitcher for radio and podcasts, with more partners to come in the future. Cone’s claim to fame is it’s complex algorithm, which it uses to monitor what, when, and where you listen to music. Then it builds on your habits to make choosing music easier.
Bushnell is synonymous with top-line golf rangefinders. Ask any PGA Tour pro. The company’s latest flagship model, the Pro X7, builds on previous versions, offering a brighter display, faster processor, better notification, and of course, how can we forget the patented technology, JOLT, which sends vibrating bursts through the device when it locks on a flagstick.
While many proponents scoff at the idea that online gambling and online casinos does nothing but harm communities and foster individual gambling addictions, if we look at it from an economic standpoint, you’d be surprised at the benefits the practice can generate. When we talk about online gambling, generally speaking, we’re including vegas-style card games, slots and even internet sports gambling, and for the economy, it happens to be a good thing.
NuVo’s new flagship wireless audio player, the P200, brings you streaming audio anywhere in your home to multiple rooms simultaneously. The P200, which lists for a whopping $599, is a wireless stereo amplifier and media hub, which supports dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi and MIMO. It is also capable of transmitting up to 16 simultaneous streams at 600Kbps each. Finally, because it’s an amplifier, you can hook up any pair of passive speakers that will sound exceptional.
No one is without some bad habits, and the new Pavlock device aims to curb your worst ones. How? This latest Indiegogo product sends a small shock to you whenever you engage in a bad habit you’d like to break. All you have to do is input whatever it is you’d like to stop doing into the accompanying app and then wear it.
Take a gander at iHealth’s Wireless Blood Pressure Monitors, a fully wireless, Bluetooth enabled blood pressure monitor that’s portable and lets you use your iPhone as your wireless user interface.
Getting out and moving your body during the warmer months is seriously beneficial. In addition to clearing your head, relieving stress and enjoying the beautiful weather, physical activity is associated with weight loss and disease prevention, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). But when you pound the pavement or do laps at the local pool, how do you know exactly how much energy you’re exerting?
Amazon is still a huge player (obvious)… but what was NOT obvious to us is the sneaky Amazon country property lurking across the pond: Amazon.de (Germany).
If you’re new car isn’t equipped with an infotainment system, check out the iBolt xProDock Connect for NFC-enabled Phones. For $39.95, the kit contains everything you need to be able to create your own infotainment system using your smartphone, including the xProDock, ROCK2 Mount, ChargingArm, 6-ft. cable and a Dash Disc. It’s designed to fit most Android […]
“There’s an app for that” couldn’t be more true with this latest edition to the mobile arena. It’s called the Bellabeat, and it’s a fetal tracking app and connected system that allows pregnant women to monitor their pregnancies, listen to their growing babies’ heartbeats and even share the sounds with friends. Bellabeat’s free Android or iTunes […]