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Dec 292015
 

Jorno Tri-Folding iPhone and Android Bluetooth Keyboard

Whether you’re a freelancer working from coffee shops, you’re a sales agent always on the road or you simply want to boost your productivity on your smartphone and tablet, the Jorno Bluetooth foldable keyboard is here to help!

ALSO CHECK the Microsoft Universal Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard and the Star Wars R2D2 Virtual Keyboard we featured earlier.

The Jorno is a tri-fold portable compact keyboard with full QWERTY key layout, that connects to iOs, Windows and Android devices via low energy Bluetooth, sports a Micro-USB rechargeable battery, comes with an integrated case that transforms into a phone/tablet stand for your convenience and is available in 3 color versions: black keys, gunmetal grey backing.

$99 | BUY NOW
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Aug 182015
 

Microsoft Universal Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard
Looking for a lightweight, portable keyboard to help you ease your work and play on iPad, Windows and Android tablets?

ALSO CHECK the Star Wars R2D2 Virtual Keyboard and the TextBlade Ultimate Minimalist Portable Keyboard we told you about earlier.

Well, look no further! Microsoft’s new foldable keyboard is a universal typing device designed to work on most Bluetooth enabled gadgets, is feather light and only 5mm thick, it’s small enough to fit in your bag, purse or even in your pocket, sports a full sized keyset, it’s liquid spill resistant, features a rechargeable battery that provides up to 3 months of usage on a full charge and allows you to connect and type on any two mobile devices by easily switching between them with a single touch.

$74.99 | BUY NOW

 

May 282015
 

Maingear Pulse-17-MS-001BLK 17-in Gaming Laptop
The MAINGEAR Pulse 17 Signature Edition is lightweight gaming laptop on steroids!

ALSO CHECK the Razer Blade Gaming Laptop we featured aerlier.

Weighing only 6.3lbs (2.86 kg) and being only 0.85 inch (2.15 cm) thick, the Pulse 17 features a full HD 17″ screen, a powerful 2.40GHz Intel Core i7-4700HQ CPU with Turbo Boost Technology up to 3.40 GHz for fast paced games, 16GB DDR3 1600 MHz of RAM, a 256GB SSD for fast game loading and a 1TB HDD @ 7,200 RPM to extend it’s storage, a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 870M with 3GB graphics memory and a Sound Blaster Premium 2.1 channel with 4 speakers and subwoofer audio system! Pretty impressive for such a light package, isn’t it?

$1978.99 | BUY NOW
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Nov 112014
 

Microsoft Band Fitness Tracker

Microsoft Band is the software behemoth’s latest try to enter the physical gadgetry market! The Band is a dust and splash-resistant smartwatch combined with health and fitness tracker powered by the new Microsoft Health software and designed to work as an addon for your existing Windows 8.1, iPhone or Android smartphone.

On the fitness tracking side, the Band tracks heart rate (HRM), steps, calorie burn, UV index, distances and running tracks as well as the UV index. On the smartwatch side, the Band does just about anything other competitors do: text messaging, notification and social media updates, receiving and placing calls and, if paired with a Windows phone, allows direct access to Cortana and it’s wide array of voice activated controls.

$199 | BUY NOW
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Dec 272013
 

Microsoft Research Bra Sensors Could Monitor Overeating
Recent studies show that over one third of the adult US population suffers of obesity and more than half of them complain eating more when they are stressed.

As technology enters more and more in our lives, it was just a question of time until the overeating and obesity issue gets tackled by tech developers. Researchers from Microsoft Research invented a stress monitoring bra that keeps ‘en eye” on the wearers moods and helps regulate stress eating. The sensors are powered by a 3.7-volt battery, feature an EKG analyzer that captures heart rate and respiration, electrodermal activity, skin conductance and even general movement via an accelerometer and gyroscope – also check the Radiation Emergency Sensor Bra and the The Booze Sneaking Bra.

The collected data is streamed to a smartphone app and PC software where it’s analyzed to predict physiology changes that accompany eating and stress, including whether the subjects were happy or angry.
We’re looking forward to see this technology available “at large” as well as a masculine alternative for the Microsoft Bra Sensors!

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Oct 232013
 

The Shocking Truth About The iOS7 Design - Check How It Might Have Been Designed

Here’s an interesting thought … Could Apple have used Microsoft Word to design the looks of the iOS7?
While we can (almost) surely say NO, check out this cool vid by Vaclav Krejci who builds all iOS7 design elements in Microsoft Office Word!

It’s hard to believe that Apple’s chief designer Jonathan Ive, which, by the way, probably has unlimited budget, used Word to finish the iOS7 looks. But still, Vaclav’s vid shows what a clunky word processing program is able of in the capable hands of an experimented user.

MORE: MEDIA | IOS | APPLE

 

Sep 262013
 

How Corporate Logos Evolve

Corporate logos evolve during time like anything else.
TheLogoCmpany.net did a cool infographic representing some of the most famous logos around and their evolution during the years. Pepsi, Shell, Xerox, BMW, IBM, Can0n, Kodak, Volkswagen, YMCA, Apple, Mercedes-Benz and Microsoft Windows logos are covered from the their early years until our days.
If you’re interested in this subject, there’s a cool hardcover on Amazon called Logo Life: Life Histories of 100 Famous Logo that explains the stories behind 100 famous logos and when, how and why they changed during the years.

Check out the Logos Evolution Infographic after the break … and let me know your take on it.

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