There are plenty of iPhone cases out there that do double duty as an extra battery pack. This kickstarter campaign plans to add a storage and charging solution for your AirPods as well. The Power1 iPhone Case ($99) has a 3000 mAh battery for an additional 34 hours of talk time (for iPhone X/XS) or up to 30 AirPod charges. Pretty clever. Power1 constantly monitors your devices and provides power...

Posted on Jul 2 2019 - 10:36am by gchoe
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Imagine being able to take a 12-ounce scolding hot cup of tea and being able to cool it down in under 60-seconds. That is the idea behind the Elemental Beverage Snapchiller. Cool but I’m not sure it is $6,000 cool. Ouch.

The Elemental Beverage Snapchiller uses a stainless steel evaporator coil to quickly chill hot liquids at a rate of 12-0unces per minute.

Posted on Jul 1 2019 - 10:49am by drakaal
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Delorean Hovercraft

If you have $19k kicking around, this 2008 Delorean Hovercraft can be yours. It is currently listed on the Facebook Marketplace and is located in San Francisco. What else can I say that hasn’t already been said? More pictures of the Delorean Hovercraft after the break. (more…)

Here it is, the most powerful production Ford ever made, the 2020 Mustang GT500. For somewhere between $74,000 and $95,000, you can get in line for this 760-horsepower beast. The Mustang Shelby GT500 comes with a supercharged 5.2-liter engine, a Tremec seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, active suspension, and a 0-60 time in the mid-three second range. ...

Bosstown Dynamics Robot Fights Back

You have likely seen the Boston Dynamics robotic videos on the interwebs. They are getting better at performing all kinds of tasks. There are videos of them being kicked while walking to show off their stability and adaptability. Pretty amazing stuff.

Well, it was only a matter of time before another spoof video made its way online. This one is dubbed Bosstown Dynamics and shows a robot fighting back. Video after the break. (more…)

Posted on Jun 3 2019 - 8:49am by Steve M
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There are the traditional dog muzzles = boring. Get yourself a Werewolf Dog Muzzle for your dog and video peoples reactions. Please send me the videos. This scary dog muzzle comes in three sizes (26cm, 31cm, and 35cm). This means you can even put one on your tiny rat dog. Halloween is quite a ways away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t rock this scary dog muzzle all year long. ...

Retevis RT45 Backlit LCD

Haven’t heard of Retevis? Give it time, you will. Retevis is making quite a name for themselves stateside with their high quality and low priced line of radios. They have everything from low to high-end radios from 0.5-watts up to a full 10-watts! On to the Retevis RT45 FRS/GMRS review. (more…)

If you have ever opened a glass bottle of soda, water, or beer and needed to reseal it, you need a Monopol Hermetus. This gadget was given to me as a gift and I and have grown to rely on it for opening and resealing bottles. The Monopol Hermetus is made of steel, has a rubber surface for an air-tight seal, and is made in Germany. Pretty slick, get a couple here for just $9.99.   ...

Another day, another Apple speedbump. This one, however, is pretty big as the latest 15-inch MacBook Pro now comes with an Intel 8-core (9th-generation) processor. In real-world tests that means it should be two times faster than the previous 4-core version. Take that and mix in, the Retina display, SSD hard drives, the T2 security chip, Radeon graphics cards, and all-day battery life and you have yourself a very capable laptop. Very capable and very expensive as well. [

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I have spent quite a bit of money making my homes lighting situation a bit smarter. I am an Apple guy, mainly because I value my privacy, so naturally, I went with solutions that were Apple HomeKit enabled. My house is a bit older and doesn’t have neutral wires run, which means most of my light switches are the Lutron Caseta PD-6WCL. They work great (I have given up on the sh*tty Leviton switches).

I was always intrigued by the Philips Hue bulbs but never pulled the trigger because they have a huge flaw. If anyone turns off the light switch, which people do all the time, the bulb is no longer accessible on the network and goes from “smart” to totally “dumb”. Because of this, I opted to replace my dumb lightswitches with the Lutron Caseta switches. This route takes a bit more work, but ultimately it works very well and I don’t have to worry about the “Philips Hue problem”. Read on for details. (more…)