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DryFlush Saves Water, Will It Save The Planet?

04/24/2014, With the world’s population closing in on 7 billion rapidly, it goes without saying that life on the planet is starting to get all the more suffocating, unless someone is able to solve the problem of space and resources which will be enough for...

Samsung Stops Selling Paid Applications Through Smart TVs

04/22/2014, Samsung has announced that it is no longer going to distribute paid applications through its smart TVs and connected Blu-ray platforms. The company notified users of this change through an email. It is also issuing refunds to customers who had already...

Nest Thermostat Is Now Available From The Play Store

04/22/2014, Nest launched its very first thermostat back in 2011. The product quickly became popular due to its ability to adjust itself after “learning” the user’s habits. Earlier this year in January Google announced that it has acquired Nest for...

Hydro-electric Toilet Helps You Generate Electricity With Each Flush

04/21/2014, A hydroelectric dam is always a good idea when it comes to generating green power, but there are case studies which show that there will also be a largely negative environmental impact if large swathes of the forest is chopped down and cleared to make way...

Nest Thermostat Briefly Spotted On Google Play

04/21/2014, A couple of years ago, former Apple SVP of the iPod, Tony Fadell, launched his own company and a new product called the Nest learning thermostat. The device, for those unfamiliar, will learn your habits at home and will be able to adjust the thermostat...

Sony’s New 4K TVs Will Be Released In The U.S. This June

04/16/2014, Sony announced an impressive lineup of 4K Ultra High Definition television sets at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 back in January. The company has finally confirmed pricing and availability details. People who have been waiting for them to hit the...

Amazon Fire TV Review

04/09/2014, Amazon has just released a highway to its video and music services with a TV box  the Amazon Fire TV, a relatively powerful device that can stream HD video, run (some) Android apps and even rnu high-end Android games. Amazon’s arrival into this scene...

ALYT Smart Home Manager Debuts

04/09/2014, Now here is an Indiegogo project that you might want to look into – the ALYT Smart Home Manager, where it requires $100,000 in funds in order to deliver a cutting edge Android-powered platform to the masses. ALYT stands for Affordably Link Your...

Philips HomeSafe Wireless System Offers Access To Lifeline

04/07/2014, Philips’ HomeSafe Wireless System offers yet another advantage for those who are interested – access to Lifeline, which happens to be Philips’ leading medical alert service, targeting families who do not happen to have a home phone line....

Nest Protect Sales Temporarily Halted Over Safety Concerns

04/03/2014, Back in 2013, Nest announced the Protect which is basically another product by the company with regards to technology at home. Previously Nest was known for its smart thermostat and with the Protect, expanded its lineup. For those unfamiliar with the Nest...

Amazon Fire TV Announced

04/02/2014, Amazon has finally introduced their Amazon Fire TV, where it has been touted to be the easiest, no-brainer method to watch Netflix, Prime Instant Video, Hulu Plus, WatchESPN, and others on your living room’s big screen TV. With the Fire TV, the adage of...

JoyCarpet Introduces Your Baby To Tech Early On In Life

03/31/2014, When is it too early to introduce your baby to the world of consumer electronics? Never I suppose, as you can see how young kids are able to make use of technology despite some experts in the industry claiming that one should not expose kids to stuff like...

Philips Hue Tap Switch Runs On Kinetic Energy

03/27/2014, The world is definitely taking on a green slant these days, and there are no two ways about it. After all, renewable energy makes plenty of sense considering the limited amount of fossil fuels that we have underneath the earth, and nuclear power might not...