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While this isn't necessarily new technology it’s still technology near and dear to a lot of us.  We can all remember sitting in high school math classes bored and either doodling or playing around on a calculator.  I was so happy the first time I could play Super Mario on my TI-89 as it was a fun distraction.  Now a new generation has the...
We have already profiled Polaroid’s answer to the GoPro with a $100 cube but now HTC is now jumping into the fray as well.  Better known for producing Android phones HTC has come up with a $199 Re Camera a standalone that works with Android of iPhone.  Unlike the GoPro this is not designed for action junkies or people that need the rugged...
Seek has unveiled their new thermal imaging camera for smartphones.  This unique device uses a sensor with over 32,000 thermal pixels to create a visible image.  It allows you to see people in the dark or spot a leak of some kind no matter the lighting available.  Made for both iPhone and Android and at only $200 it’s not an essential item...
This cross between a sleek alarm clock and 8th grade science project is an alarm clock that allows you to wake up to freshly brewed coffee.  This works by filling a beaker with water before you go to bed.  Then when the alarm goes off the beaker heats up and sends steam out of the top of the where it condenses into a funnel over coffee...
With the launch of the iPhone 6 today there are scores of eager customers lined up around city blocks all over the world.  Somewhat lost in the commotion is Apple Pay which is Apple’s largest push into the world of digital wallets.  iPhone 6 and 6 plus will have a chip to allow wireless payments at some retail stores along with the ability...