The concept of smart/digital photo frames aren’t new, but earlier this year at CES 2020, Lenovo took the wraps off their Smart Frame. This particular digital photo frame is admittedly one of the more stylish models we’ve seen to date, and based on the photos, could easily pass off as being an actual photo frame.
Listen, nobody likes cleaning the toilet and we get it, but unfortunately, unless you don’t mind a dirty toilet, someone’s got to do it. However, thanks to the advancement in technology, perhaps we don’t have to. This is where Shine comes in, where with the bathroom assistant, it will automatically clean your toilet for you.
As more companies are starting to ditch the headphone jack, there is a rise in the creation of wireless headphones. However, the problem with wireless headphones is that they run out of battery, something that most wired headphones do not suffer from. However, it seems JBL is looking to solve that problem.
When we think of printers, chances are you might be thinking of those big and bulky gadgets sitting in offices and in the corners of our homes. While they might be perfect for where they are, it also means that printing on the go is essentially out of the question, or is it? That’s the problem that the PrinCube is trying to solve.
Canon has introduced a small clippable camera called the Ivy Rec. Meant for outdoor use, the camera is built into a keychain carabiner and is roughly the size of a USB drive. It can connect to a mobile device wirelessly through Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and show a live preview. The company is crowdfunding this project through Indiegogo.
All of us have at some point or the other experienced a bad night’s sleep. There are many factors that can impact how good of a sleep you can get, but in case you’re experiencing bad nights more often than not, a device by the name of URGOnight claims that it will help you get a better night’s rest.
Some of you might remember that earlier this year, an Energizer-branded smartphone, known as the Energizer Power Max P18K, was unveiled at MWC 2019 where it came with a massive 18,000mAh battery. It generated a ton of interest, for sure, and the company behind it, Avenir Telecom who licensed the Energizer brand, decided to launch it on Indiegogo.
There has been a growing movement against vaccines in recent years with parents in some communities across the country refusing to vaccinate their children. This can cause an outbreak of diseases like measles among others when someone picks it up, often from a visit overseas. Measles is contagious and can even be fatal for children. Some tech platforms are now doing their bit in preventing this and Indiegogo has joined […]
Remember the Meizu Zero? The Chinese manufacturer unveiled this device last week. It’s a unique phone in that it has a grand total of zero buttons and ports. It doesn’t even have speaker holes and a SIM card slot. Meizu did say that it wasn’t a concept and that it would sell the device. It’s doing that now but through Indiegogo for the price that you’d pay for a MacBook.
The AirPods come with a charging case that is meant to provide the user with additional battery if they need it. It also helps keep the earphones in place securely so that users don’t lose them. However an Indiegogo campaign for an accessory called the Air.Wear might be of interest to those who’d rather not bring a case around with them.
One of the main reasons behind the resistance of adopting a smartwatch can probably be attributed to battery. After all a regular watch doesn’t require daily or weekly charging, plus there’s also no worries about your watch dying on you mid-day and leaving you with a gadget that can’t even tell the time.
Over the past few decades, there have been waves of diet trends, with each trend claiming to be better and more effective. In recent times, one of the more popular trends is the Keto diet which is essentially a diet that is high in fat and low in carbs, which ironically enough is supposed to be better for burning fat.
We know that pledging support on a crowdfunding platform can be a bit scary. This is because it’s hard to tell if what you’re backing is the genuine item, and whether or not it will be successfully delivered, and if the funds you’re pledging will actually go towards its production as there have been stories of how some creators have run off or squandered their money.
Some crowdfunding campaigns have left a bad impression because even though they racked up millions in contributions, the actual products never shipped. Backers lost their money in some cases and got nothing to show for it. Indiegogo, one of the two most widely used crowdfunding platforms, has taken notice of this and is now looking to change the very concept of crowdfunding.