07/19/2012, Update: Ouya has contacted us directly to clarify their position about the original Develop interview which is being discussed this post (it has been updated since). Although the original interview published made it sound like to us that Ouya was looking for additional funding, they are in fact not seeking additional funding. The confusion had spread to many news articles, and after speaking with Ouya’s communications team, we can now […]
07/19/2012, Earlier today we wrote about the POP – a portable charger that lets you charge up to 10 iPhones on a single charge. While it is useful, it’s not exactly something that you can bring with you everywhere you go. What if you wanted something more portable and convenient, something along the lines of the ClearShot tripod for the iPhone? Well, here’s where ChargeCard comes in. While it’s not going […]
07/19/2012, In today’s smartphone world, most of us can’t go beyond a full day without having to charge our devices at least once. This makes our chargers one of the most important accessories to have. Well, what if you have multiple devices that don’t share the same charging cable? You usually end up with a whole mess of chargers sticking out from ports all over your office/house. Well, POP aka POrtable […]
07/19/2012, Just last week we announced that the OUYA Android-powered video game console hit $2 million on Kickstarter, and as of today that number has increased by a lot. At this time of writing, the Kickstarter fund stands at $5,135,349, towering over OUYA’s initial goal of only $950,000. Over 33,000 people have forked out $99 to pre-order the console – which shows how much interest there is in such a console […]
07/16/2012, If you like the idea of broadcasting messages from space, the SkyCube might just be your cup of tea. The makers of SkySafari astronomy apps have just launched their latest project on Kickstarter called SkyCube. Basically it’s a nano-satellite that will be shot out to space and will orbit the planet for 90 days and then shoot back down to earth. When the satellite is in space, it can broadcast […]
07/16/2012, If you like making music and creating weird video collages, you’re in luck – there’s an app just like that. It’s called Bodies and Beats for iOS devices but unfortunately, it’s still in its funding stage right now so there’s a chance that it won’t make it to the virtual shelves of the App Store. Bodies and Beats is a music making app that lets you compose a song and […]
07/16/2012, Unless you own a pair of AirPlay speakers or audio devices, docking your iPhone/iPod to a speaker dock is probably one of the ways you resort to in order to stream songs from your device. While there’s really nothing wrong with that solution, it does hinder your ability to make calls, reply text messages, surf the web or play games. Depending on what kind of user you are, it might […]
07/16/2012, No thanks to the grime on our fingers and the oil on our faces, our touchscreen smartphones usually end up being quite a mess and requires a constant wipe down to maintain that shine. Unfortunately not all of us bring cleaning cloths with us while on the go, but this new Kickstarter project for an iPhone case dubbed Swipe might help solve your smudged-screen woes. As pictured above, Swipe looks […]
07/10/2012, Large robotic cranes made out of metal just weigh too much these to be convenient for the average joe. That’s where the Cardboard Robot crane comes into play. The crane is programmable through your computer(connects via USB) and can perform several tasks for you depending on the arm attachment you are using.
07/10/2012, Despite all the technology that goes into our phones these days, there’s one thing it can’t stop us from doing: taking bad photographs because of our shaky hands. Sure, image stabilization can help a bit but a lot of the times it’s not that great – especially in low light conditions.
07/04/2012, Anyone who has had played one of those retro titles on the iPhone, iPod or iPad would realize that nostalgia does have its fair share of value, but then again, playing something old school on a new device is not exactly the best way of getting around it, although it is far more mobile than being tethered to an old NES console, no? Well, there is just something about a […]
07/04/2012, Little girls normally love playing make believe, waiting for their prince to turn up one fine day to sweep them off their feet, while loving all and everything pink in between. Dollhouses too, are also a mandatory toy for your little princess, and if you want to tech things up a little bit, here we are with the Roominate – currently a Kickstarter project that is being funded, where it […]
07/04/2012, While we all know that Apple is probably never going to release an iPhone that features a physical keyboard, there are plenty of solutions available on the market to rectify this issue. It looks like we might have one more to add to the mix. Created by SoloMatrix, the Spike is a unique iPhone case that protects your phone as well as provides it with a physical keyboard. However, it […]
07/04/2012, Nobody likes wearing shirts to work, especially on hot days. While it’s usually a company dress code and there’s not much you can do about it, the folks over at Ministry of Supply have come up with a solution to help make it better. Called Apollo shirts, these clothes are made from Phase-change Materials that pull heat from your body, keeping you cool when you’re in hot weather.