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It’s good to see that Roku isn’t letting Google’s Chromecast streaming gadget take over the “simple’ end of the market uncontested.  Roku’s HDMI Streaming Stick claims to provide more streaming options than any other device. Just like the Chromecast, the Roku Streaming Stick uses your TV’s HDMI port and your wireless network for content delivery.  Resolution will be as high as 1080p and US users will have access to more than...

Just when you were feeling all warm and fuzzy about the purchase of your new 4K TV, you start hearing about 8K TV.  Yep, Japanese broadcasters at NHK are testing out 8k TV (aka Super Hi-Vision).  In a test by Japanese broadcaster NHK, an uncompressed Super Hi-Vision signal was sent about 17 miles over the air to a receiver, while occupying just...

Posted on Jan 22 2014 - 9:08am by Lisa C.
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Believe it or not, the iPotty training toilet for kids is a real product.  The iPotty holds the iPad securely, and more importantly covers it with a clear protector.   All jokes aside, I can't think of a better way to keep your kids on the toilet, during training, for more than a few seconds.  Video of the iPotty after the bathroom break. ...

If you have Apple TV look for the over-the-air update that will bring some pretty cool new apps including Disney Channel, Disney XD, The Weather Channel, VEVO Music Videos, and Smithsonian.  The one catch, which isn’t anything new, is that you will have to be a cable subscriber to these services in order to watch/record them.  Apple has been busy lately… this update is right on the heals of the last update that included HBO GO, ESPN, and...

While most games seem to have migrated to the iOS app store and specifically the iPad, some games just don't fit a flat screen.  While there are Pac Man style games on the iPad, the Joystick is better suited for that style of game.  Same thing goes for Foosball.  You just need...

The Pebble E-Paper SmartWatch is about to hit the market (later this month?) for $150.  The watch shares data and tech with your iPhone or Android phone and has the ability to install watch apps. Say you are a bicyclist, you can...

Remember the waterproofing company Liquipel from last year?  Well they just got some competition from a new company named HzO. The HzO coating is called WaterBlock and claims...

Posted on Jan 8 2013 - 9:12am by Robby S.
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Watch out Nintendo and Sony, NVIDIA is coming for you with their latest gaming gadget, Project SHIELD.  Project SHIELD runs full PC games over Wi-Fi, has a 5-inch display, and can run Unreal Engine 4 tech.  If the 5-inch display isn't large enough you can output to your TV at 4k resolution. The NVIDIA Project SHIELD starts off with a beefy Tegra...

Not feeling the watch-based movement and health trackers? Check out the Withings Smart Activity Tracker ($TBA). Able to slim into a pocket or into the included belt clip or arm band, it tracks heart rate, steps taken, strides run, distances covered, calories burned, and quality of sleep, all in...

  Arriving in the United States this March is LG’s Hecto Laser TV, a 100-inch two-piece  projector (screen and projector) that can work from as close as 22-inches.  The LG Hector Laser Projector has a contrast ratio of better than 1,000,000:1 and a lighting system with five times greater life than standard lamp-based projectors. The Hecto delivers...